SADDLE & PADDLE ADVENTURES
in the GALLATIN HEADWATERS
|1.||Half Day Guided Saddle Horse or Mule Trips in YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK – 9:00 am to 1:00 pm|
|2.||Half Day Guided Raft Trips on the GALLATIN RIVER – 1:30 to 4:30 pm|
|3.||Cost / $214 per person with Lunch included / Reservations Required|
|4.||Bring long pants, No opened toed shoes, Water bottle, Layered warm clothing, hat, camera, etc.|
|1.||2 Hour Guided Saddle Horse or Mule Trips in YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK – 10:00 AM to Noon|
|2.||Half Day Guided Raft Trips on the GALLATIN RIVER – 1:30 TO 5:00 pm|
|3.||Cost with a 6 person minimum is $184 per person with Lunch included / Reservations Required|
|4.||Bring long pants, No opened toed shoes, Water bottle, Layered clothing, camera, etc.|
The Saddle Adventure will meet at the Fawn Pass Trail Head located in Yellowstone National Park along highway 191 and mile marker 22, just 22 miles North of West Yellowstone Montana. Coming from Big Sky Montana, No Problem! you are only 30 minutes away traveling South on highway 191. Experienced certified Yellowstone Guides will lead you into Yellowstone’s Backcountry along the Gallatin Headwaters. Diverse in wildlife, we have often seen Moose, Elk, and Grizzly Bear along with River valleys and Mountain views. Our half day Trips have a lunch break around 11 am, and this is a good time for group discussion with our Guides about the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. After your trail ride you will be driving North on highway 191 to your pre-scheduled Paddle Adventures with Geyser Whitewater. Geyser Whitewater operates on the Gallatin River under a special use authorization permit with the Custer Gallatin National Forest.
The Paddle adventure will meet at mile marker 46 along highway 191 Near Big Sky Montana. This is the Home of Geyser Whitewater Rafting Trips. Experienced certified Guides will lead you on a whitewater adventure down the Gallatin River.
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Yellowstone Mountain Guides is a Montana professional licensed Outfitter & Guide service permitted in Yellowstone National Park and Custer Gallatin National Forest.