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Our meeting time of 8:30 is the optimal time as we are one of the first to get on and usually get back before the strong afternoon winds pick up. Kayaking on lake Yellowstone on a old volcano is truly one of the top five things to do while in the park. With our small group tours we are able to personalize the tour and really show our guests this place in a unique way. All of our kayaks have a rudders which is very important on windy days and is a great way to steer with ease. Our naturalist guides/level 3 ACA certified trip leaders are in the top of their field and have years of experience, this helps when talking about Yellowstone as a naturalist and safety as a seasoned guide. Kayaking past the west thumb geyser and Potts geyser basin is a truly special way see this area of Yellowstone lakes thermal features, With our fast and stable kayaks we are able to cover more ground safety to optimize guests overall experience
The nearly 3,500-square-mile Yellowstone National Park—the world’s first—requires truly dedicated adventure, and that’s exactly what you’ll get on this tour. With a maximum of six guests, you’ll travel in the comfort of an SUV or spacious van and discover untamed landscapes that boil, cascade, flow, bubble, and awe. Stopping at all the iconic stops over some 12 hours, you’ll get a deeper, intimate look at this truly wild ecosystem.
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