The Greater Yellowstone - A Responsible Travel Journey
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|Trip Length||14 days as shown (actual trip length varies)|
|Price||From $375 per day^|
|If you have questions about this journey or would like to receive a detailed trip brochure, call 800-445-2995 or click here.|
|^The per person price will vary depending upon accommodations, length of stay, activities, and guide service.|
The Lodge at Sun Ranch, Cameron, Montana , Lodge owner, Roger Lang, has created an exciting blend of outdoor recreation and learning opportunities with superb accommodations and fine dining. The Lodge is dedicated to conserving the surrounding natural environment, as well as fostering the health of the economy, culture, and community of the rural landscape and its inhabitants.
Lake Hotel, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, This is the park’s oldest hotel, and reflects the elegance of the railroad’s heyday. After major renovations in the 80s, the hotel stands regally on the shores of vast Yellowstone Lake with its classic white columns and covered driveway entrance. Today efforts are underway to make the hotel, and all operations in the park, “as green as possible.”
O.A.R.S.—Outdoor Adventure River Specialists, Founded in 1969, O.A.R.S. has pioneered the business of river rafting with professionally guided and equipped expeditions. O.A.R.S. donates 10% of its gross profits to protect and conserve natural places. OBP is proud to be associated with this well-respected industry leader.
Hotel Terra, Teton Village, Wyoming, Owned by the Terra Resort Group, Hotel Terra is the company’s first “green” hotel, combining comfort, style, and excellent service, with an environmentally sustainable building and sustainable operating practices. On the premises, you’ll find spa services, swimming and fitness facilities, and excellent dining options. LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification is pending.
J Bar L Ranch, Lima, Montana, This working and guest ranch truly exemplifies the phrase “off the beaten path.” Occupying over 10,000 acres in one of the last undeveloped valleys in the Greater Yellowstone region, the nearest neighbor is well over a mile away! Offering rustic elegance and comfort, guests stay in beautifully restored original ranch homestead cabins.