Best Yellowstone Tours for Fall

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The fall season at Yellowstone is one of the park’s best kept secrets. While summer welcomes the highest number of visitors every year, autumn rewards those willing to visit outside of peak season. Thanks to wildlife migrations and fewer visitors, some of the best Yellowstone tours are available during the fall season. Here are a few tips and tricks for people planning a trip to Yellowstone this fall.

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Wyoming 4x4 Adventures

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Scenic Safaris offers the ultimate Yellowstone Park adventure. See the mountainous areas that surround this force of nature from the comfort of a late- model ATV or off-road vehicle. A Wyoming 4x4 expedition that features an experienced guide is an adventure you'll never forget. Fabulous flora, entertaining wildlife, and the quiet serenity of one of America's last unspoiled places are all combined to make this year's vacation a spectacular trip into a unique world.
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Obsidian Cliff: Yellowstone What to See

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If it's your first trip to Yellowstone National Park, make sure you take time to see the magnificent, natural attraction Obsidian Cliff. Of the best sights to see in Yellowstone this amazing sight will only take a small chunk of time out of your busy sightseeing day. 
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Yellowstone Adventures: Eagle Peak (Yellowstone's highest point)

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Six miles east of Yellowstone Lake’s southeastern edge, Eagle Peak rises on the horizon to a prominent point. Reaching an elevation of 11,367 feet, Eagle Peak is the highest point in Yellowstone National Park. This distinctive landmark in the Yellowstone Lake skyline was formed from a combination of violent, volcanic activity and slow erosion.

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Best Yellowstone Park Activities for First-Time Visitors

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If it's your first visit to Yellowstone National Park, you may to be tempted to try and see everything this wilderness area has to offer in just a few days’ time, but in reality that simply isn't possible. Yellowstone stretches on for nearly 3,500 square miles, and you couldn't see everything it has to offer if you spent a lifetime inside the park, let alone a single weekend.

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Must-See Yellowstone Attractions: Riverside Geyser

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Located in the Upper Geyser Basin, alongside the Firehole River, you'll find the Riverside Geyser. This natural attraction is a favorite among the Yellowstone geysers as it shoots superheated water in an arc that can reach as far as 75 feet. On a good day, when the conditions are right, the Riverside Geyser stretches from one side of the river to the other, forming a colorful rainbow that's a rare sight to see. 

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Best Yellowstone Tours For Any Season

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There's more than one way to explore Yellowstone National Park. In fact, the best Yellowstone tours are the most comfortable. When you elect to explore this vast wilderness with Scenic Safaris, we'll make sure your sightseeing expedition includes all the comforts of home as well as the most up-front and personal opportunities to capture that once-in-a-lifetime photo.

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Yellowstone Grand Canyon Hikes | Fun Facts

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Yellowstone National Park has always been a popular destination for families with children. Since its inception in 1872, the geysers, hot springs, wildlife, vistas, and wildness of the area have offered beauty and recreation to millions of visitors each year. One of the biggest attractions of them all is Yellowstone's very own Grand Canyon. If you've never experienced this modern miracle of nature, it is definitely something to see.

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Brooks Lake Lodge & Scenic Safaris

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Today, Brooks Lake Lodge and Spa, in the heart of the historic Shoshone National Forest, is a luxury western resort for visitors en route to Yellowstone National Park and points west. It’s a great place to stay if you’re coming to Yellowstone for a Scenic Safaris adventure.

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Grand Teton Hikes | Beauty & History

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Our Grand Teton hikes take you right into the thick of the vast wilderness area that was given its name by French trappers who, it’s rumored, originally christened the mountain range Les Trois Teton.

Reports vary, however, depending upon whom you ask; some say the Shoshone Indians were first with a name for this area of the Rocky Mountains, calling it Teewinot, which means "Many Pinnacles." Others will tell you it was named after the Teton Sioux Indians. Regardless of which story you choose to believe, you're still going to love exploring this area with a seasoned guide who's well versed in all the lore. Some areas of the Tetons today are just as fascinating and primitive as they were in the 1800s, and our Scenic Safaris' Grand Teton Hikes offer you the opportunity to take that perfect step back in time.

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Grand Canyon Tours...in Yellowstone!

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Breathtaking, awe-inspiring, inspirational: Scenic Safaris' Grand Canyon tours provide you with an unparalleled experience in one of America's most amazing locales. But, this Grand Canyon may not be the one you’re thinking of, our Grand Canyon is located in the heart of Yellowstone National Park, and it has a natural beauty all its own.

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Granite Hot Springs Awaits You

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A half-hour southeast of Jackson, Wyoming lies the natural phenomenon known as Granite Hot Springs. In 1933, this naturally occurring spring was enhanced by the Civilian Conservation Corps when a pool was built to catch and contain the naturally heated water. Since then, this popular swimming hole has been the go-to place for adventurers to relax after a long, hard day of hiking through Yellowstone's tough terrain.
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What to Wear When Backpacking in Yellowstone

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Dressing for success takes on a whole new meaning when your day includes backpacking in Yellowstone. The backcountry wilderness of this national park includes some of the most scenic, wild areas of America, but if you're not dressed appropriately, your enjoyment could be short lived. Learn how best to dress for a day spent on a Scenic Safaris hike into the picturesque wilds of Yellowstone.
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Exploring Park Geology with Alpine Guides in West Yellowstone

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The expansive Yellowstone National Park sits atop a high plateau about 8,000 feet above sea level, surrounded on all sides by mountain ranges including the Grand Tetons, Gallatin, Madison, Beartooth, and Absaroka Mountains. The best way to explore these higher elevations is to book a tour with one of Scenic Safaris’ alpine guides in West Yellowstone. Greater Yellowstone is the last intact temperate ecosystem left in the world, and because of this, the geology of this amazing place and West Yellowstone specifically, is unique.

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West Yellowstone Montana

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West Yellowstone, Montana, features high elevations, stunning vistas and tons of places for visitors to hole up when they're visiting the wilds of Yellowstone National Park. But West Yellowstone itself is far from just a lay-over town as this booming area lays claim to numerous spectacular places that are way too good to miss.

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Old Faithful in Yellowstone | Interesting Facts

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Three million people from all over the world tour Yellowstone National Park each year. Many of them come specifically to see the magnificent Old Faithful, a hydrothermal feature that has enchanted awestruck visitors since the park's inception in 1872. The interesting details behind this most famous of geysers will still wow you today. Learn all about them when you book a Yellowstone tour with Scenic Safaris. In the meantime, here are a few quick facts for your visit:

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Yellowstone Park Guide | 10 Things to Do Here

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You've never experienced spring until you've experienced the vernal season in Yellowstone National Park. Home to 1,500 varieties of plants and 67 different species of mammals alone, this wild area that stretches throughout Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho offers up some of the most amazing sights you'll ever see. When you schedule a Yellowstone Safari from Scenic Safaris in Jackson, you'll have the added convenience of a skilled Yellowstone Park Guide to narrate your visit as you experience all this park has to offer:

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