Guided Adventures

Guided Adventures

Go With the Local Experts


While grabbing your rod and gear and setting out on your own for a fishing adventure in Big Sky Country is the stuff dreams are made of, Montana fishing guides know what's up. They know where the fish are biting and when. They're so fish-obsessed they keep track of river flows so you don't have to. Our advice? Go with a guide.


With thousands of miles of trails to sled and world-class terrain to shred, snowmobiling in Montana is best left to the experts. Go full throttle with plow through some epic powder on a guided snowmobile tour. It's also an incredible way to see the park in the wintertime.

Rock Climbing

Let an experienced guide show you some of the best rock climbing in the Rockies. If you're just learning the ropes, an experienced instructor or guide can help you every step of the way. And if you're an experienced climber, it never hurts to have a local guide you to some epic routes.


Hunting in Montana is a way of life, and that's why taking a guided hunt with the experts in the field is the way to go. Find an outfitter or guide to help you plan a world-class hunting trip in Montana's Yellowstone Country.

Backcountry Skiing

If you're strapping on your skis in the backcountry, you best know what you're getting into. If you don't, always go with a guide. In fact, backcountry ski guides are a good idea no matter what; they know the area and the terrain, and they know the way to the best backcountry out there.


Getting up, over, around, and through mountains is what we do best around here. If you're looking to bag a peak and you need someone to show you the way and carry your gear, go with a guide. You'll be glad you did.

Yellowstone National Park

There's so much to see and do in Yellowstone, planning a trip can be overwhelming. Why not take a guided tour? That way, you can be sure you're hitting the spots you don't want to miss, whether it be a tour of the park's geothermal features, a short hiking trip, a multi-day pack trip, a bus tour, a boat tour or a backcountry trek.

Yellowstone National Park Snowcoach Tours

Sit back, relax and take in the surreal sights of a Yellowstone winter wonderland from a snowcoach (tour bus meets all terrain vehicle). It's one of the best (and one of the only) ways to experience the magic of the park in winter.

Yellowstone National Park Snowmobiling Tours

The park is closed to vehicles during the winter, but you can ride in on a snowmobile and tour this wintry wonder at one of its quietest and most otherworldly times of year. Book a guided snowmobile tour of Yellowstone and you won't be disappointed.

Yellowstone National Park Summer Tours

Whether by boot, bike, boat or bus, there's a tour in Yellowstone with your name on it. From watching wildlife and spotting life-list birds to touring the park's best geothermal features, your great American summer vacation is best left to a guide.

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