Whether you’re visiting for the first time or a seasonal summer visitor we have a cornucopia of summer activities and tours to choose from in Yellowstone.
Grizzly Bear Wilderness Helicopter Tour
On this exciting helicopter flight you’ll fly over Eagle Peaks summit at 10,000 and down the craggy and scenic mountain range to discover the lakes and rivers that feed the entire Yellowstone ecosystem. You’ll encounter some of the oldest homestead farms and scenic backcountry in the USA and fly over ancient Native American winter camp locations. Greater Yellowstone’s location at the convergence of the Great Plains, Great Basin, and Plateau Indian cultures means that many tribes have a traditional connection to the land and its resources. For thousands of years before Yellowstone became a national park, it was a place where Indians hunted, fished, gathered plants, quarried obsidian, and used the thermal waters for religious and medicinal purposes.