Native American Traces Tour – Tour Guide Training

Native American Traces Tour – Tour Guide Training

It was the day after the storm had passed. Three, or maybe four days of harsh spring winds had subsided and the day promised to be glorious - and it was. Starting in January, we schedule tour guide training days for Tour Yellowstone in advance, not knowing whether or...
Yellowstone in summer: Great for hikes

Yellowstone in summer: Great for hikes

Now that it’s past the Fourth of July, that means summer has finally arrived to Cody/Yellowstone country. The days of snow are safely behind us and it’s time to start making summer memories with our clients. Bears and other wildlife are a bit harder to...
What is a Step-On Guide?

What is a Step-On Guide?

We often get calls wondering about the difference between hiring a guide and hiring a step-on guide. A step-on guide is a tour guide that’s hired to join a tour group on their bus/motorcoach and give the tour. Many of our tour guides are willing to also be...
Get the most from your photography tour

Get the most from your photography tour

You certainly don’t need to be a professional photographer to take advantage of a photography tour. All you really need is the desire to get some great shots of your vacation. WHAT’S THE BEST CAMERA TO BRING? The one you know. If you use the camera on your...
Hiking in Yellowstone

Hiking in Yellowstone

  Is hiking in Yellowstone on your bucket list this year? There are a few things you might need to consider to make it as enjoyable as possible. GET IN SHAPE It may seem obvious, but many people are caught by the altitude in Yellowstone. The average altitude is 8000...