1. Lamar River
40-mile loop Fishing / Riding / Wildlife
This trip is a great opportunity to fish one of the most hailed fisheries in the lower 48. The Lamar River located in the northeast section of the park offers unlimited possibilities for great native Cutthroat Trout fly-fishing. You get to enjoy two different camps and four full days of fishing on the Lamar River. The last night of this trip is spent at a camp near Mist Creek Pass. This high-country camp offers spectacular scenery and wildlife viewing. Elk and wolves along with other species of wildlife inhabit this pass area. A breathtaking 15-mile ride through Pelican Valley concludes this adventure on the last day.
2. Snake River
46-mile Fishing Trip
Here we concentrate on fly-fishing for Native Cutthroat Trout. The Snake River trip offers two wonderful camps along its banks, with a third camp on Basin Creek, allowing you the opportunity to fish another excellent stretch of water. You start your trip at the south entrance of Yellowstone Park and travel along the south boarder between Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks. Stunning scenery will delight you as you slowly make your way through this 46-mile, 7-day “ride”. A variety of wildlife makes their home in this area; including the controversial wolves, elk, grizzly bears, and eagles.
70-90 miles Fishing / Riding / Photography
This trip is the crown jewel of all Yellowstone Park pack trips. It takes you into the most remote area in all of the lower 48 states. This trip travels through the southeast corner of the Park. Excellent fishing opportunities are found in the famed Yellowstone and Snake Rivers along with Thorofare creek and Yellowstone Lake. Accompanying the great fishing is the spectacular scenery and secluded atmosphere. The Trident is the highlight of the 70-90 mile trip, with its 10,000-foot Granite Peaks surrounding your camp as you sit down to a gourmet meal. Unmatched photographic possibilities exist with the beautiful landscapes and high mountain scenery. The chance of photographing the wide variety of wildlife that inhabits this area is great, especially the grizzly bear. Elk, mountain goats, Big Horn Sheep, moose, and many different birds of prey are among the other creatures that crave this seclusion as well. This trip can be done through a variety of different trails and camps; depending on which activities you would like to focus on. Either way this is an adventure your friends and family will not be able to stop talking about!We certainly hope you will allow us to show you Yellowstone in what we feel to be the way Mother Nature intended!