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Backcountry Glamping in Yellowstone National Park

West Yellowstone, Montana to Jackson Hole, Wyoming

Active + Outdoors

Disconnect and get out on the trail as you adventure through the backcountry of Yellowstone National Park. With so much to see, you’ll be glad to have an extra long weekend to experience it all.

Photo by Yellowstone National Park Lodges/Xanterra

Backcountry Glamping in Yellowstone National Park

West Yellowstone, Montana to Jackson Hole, Wyoming

Active + Outdoors

Disconnect and get out on the trail as you adventure through the backcountry of Yellowstone National Park. With so much to see, you’ll be glad to have an extra long weekend to experience it all.

Photo by Yellowstone National Park Lodges/Xanterra

Backcountry Glamping in Yellowstone National Park

West Yellowstone, Montana to Jackson Hole, Wyoming

Active + Outdoors

Disconnect and get out on the trail as you adventure through the backcountry of Yellowstone National Park. With so much to see, you’ll be glad to have an extra long weekend to experience it all.

Photo by Yellowstone National Park Lodges/Xanterra

Backcountry Glamping in Yellowstone National Park

West Yellowstone, Montana to Jackson Hole, Wyoming

Active + Outdoors

Disconnect and get out on the trail as you adventure through the backcountry of Yellowstone National Park. With so much to see, you’ll be glad to have an extra long weekend to experience it all.

Backcountry Glamping in Yellowstone National Park

West Yellowstone, Montana to Jackson Hole, Wyoming

Active + Outdoors

Disconnect and get out on the trail as you adventure through the backcountry of Yellowstone National Park. With so much to see, you’ll be glad to have an extra long weekend to experience it all.

Photo by Yellowstone National Park Lodges/Xanterra

Backcountry Glamping in Yellowstone National Park

West Yellowstone, Montana to Jackson Hole, Wyoming

Active + Outdoors

Disconnect and get out on the trail as you adventure through the backcountry of Yellowstone National Park. With so much to see, you’ll be glad to have an extra long weekend to experience it all.

Backcountry Glamping in Yellowstone National Park

West Yellowstone, Montana to Jackson Hole, Wyoming

Active + Outdoors

Disconnect and get out on the trail as you adventure through the backcountry of Yellowstone National Park. With so much to see, you’ll be glad to have an extra long weekend to experience it all.

Photo by Yellowstone National Park Lodges/Xanterra

Backcountry Glamping in Yellowstone National Park

West Yellowstone, Montana to Jackson Hole, Wyoming

Active + Outdoors

Disconnect and get out on the trail as you adventure through the backcountry of Yellowstone National Park. With so much to see, you’ll be glad to have an extra long weekend to experience it all.

Photo by MT Sobek

Backcountry Glamping in Yellowstone National Park

West Yellowstone, Montana to Jackson Hole, Wyoming

Active + Outdoors

Disconnect and get out on the trail as you adventure through the backcountry of Yellowstone National Park. With so much to see, you’ll be glad to have an extra long weekend to experience it all.

Photo by Yellowstone National Park Lodges/Xanterra

Backcountry Glamping in Yellowstone National Park

West Yellowstone, Montana to Jackson Hole, Wyoming

Active + Outdoors

Disconnect and get out on the trail as you adventure through the backcountry of Yellowstone National Park. With so much to see, you’ll be glad to have an extra long weekend to experience it all.

Photo by MT Sobek

Backcountry Glamping in Yellowstone National Park

West Yellowstone, Montana to Jackson Hole, Wyoming

Active + Outdoors

Disconnect and get out on the trail as you adventure through the backcountry of Yellowstone National Park. With so much to see, you’ll be glad to have an extra long weekend to experience it all.

Photo by Yellowstone National Park Lodges/Xanterra

Backcountry Glamping in Yellowstone National Park

West Yellowstone, Montana to Jackson Hole, Wyoming

Active + Outdoors

Disconnect and get out on the trail as you adventure through the backcountry of Yellowstone National Park. With so much to see, you’ll be glad to have an extra long weekend to experience it all.

Photo by Yellowstone National Park Lodges/Xanterra

Backcountry Glamping in Yellowstone National Park

West Yellowstone, Montana to Jackson Hole, Wyoming

Active + Outdoors

Disconnect and get out on the trail as you adventure through the backcountry of Yellowstone National Park. With so much to see, you’ll be glad to have an extra long weekend to experience it all.

EXPERIENCE DETAILS

Highlights

  • Spend five days in the world’s first national park, Yellowstone
  • See many of Yellowstone’s most iconic landmarks including the geyser basins, Grand Prismatic Spring and Old Faithful
  • Take a two night, pack-horse supported trip into the wilderness of southern Yellowstone
  • Explore for an afternoon at nearby Grand Teton National Park
  • Float down exhilarating rapids through the Snake River Canyon on a whitewater rafting trip
On March 1, 1872, Yellowstone became the world’s first National Park, preserving thousands of square miles of lakes, canyons, rivers, valleys, geothermal features and wildlife for millions of people to enjoy since that day. As wondrous as it is complex, take five days to explore all this land has to offer with opportunities to see its iconic landmarks as well as disconnect from it all in its rugged backcountry. 

After arrival, meet your MT Sobek guide who will personally escort you into Yellowstone National Park. Spend your afternoon taking short walks to see some of Yellowstone’s most famous spots, including the geyser basins, Grand Prismatic Spring and Old Faithful. If you don’t see wildlife today, stay tuned, there’s plenty of opportunities to come. The next day, the real adventure begins.

Meet your backcountry guide and wrangler in the morning, and set off on a two night, pack-horse supported trip into the wilderness of southern Yellowstone. Ride six miles to the backcountry camp located near Snake River Hot Springs, your home base for the next three days of hiking, fishing, and relaxing in the springs as you keep your eyes peeled for wildlife. Each activity can be fully customized to suit your preferences, with a hearty meal prepared by the camp chef and enjoyed around a campfire each night. 

After leaving camp on the morning of Day 4, take the rest of the afternoon to explore another nearby wonder, Grand Teton National Park. Spending the night in Jackson sets you up perfectly for your final activity the next morning, a whitewater rafting experience on the Snake River through exhilarating rapids and a canyon rich in geological history and wildlife. 

With so much to see, it’s hard to fit Yellowstone in a long weekend. But with this getaway, you’ll do so much more than most. 

ITINERARY

Day One
  • Picked up from home via black car
  • Depart Denver via private aircraft
  • Arrive to Yellowstone Airport
  • Meet your MT Sobek guide who will escort you into Yellowstone National Park
  • Explore many of the park's iconic features through short guided walks and a driving tour 
  • Check into your room at the Old Faithful Snow Lodge 
  • Dinner at the historic Old Faithful Inn
Meals:Dinner
Day Two
  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Meet your backcountry guide at the trailhead and pack up your horse
  • Begin a 6-mile ride to the backcountry camp 
  • Picnic lunch along the trail
  • Finish the ride and take time to explore around the campsite 
  • Dinner prepared by the camp chef
Meals:Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Day Three
  • Breakfast at camp
  • A full day to design your own itinerary with options including horseback riding, hiking, fishing and relaxing in the hot springs
  • Dinner prepared by the camp chef
Meals:Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Day Four
  • Breakfast at camp
  • Ride out of the wilderness
  • Take a scenic drive through nearby Grand Teton National Park
  • Check into your room at the Hotel Terra Jackson Hole
  • Dinner in downtown Jackson
Meals:Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Day Five
  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • A whitewater rafting experience on the Snake River with exhilarating rapids through a canyon rich in geological history and wildlife
  • Lunch in downtown Jackson
  • Depart Jackson Hole via private aircraft
  • Transported home via black car
Accommodations, activities, and restaurants are subject to change in the travel industry. Any necessary modifications will be updated here and Manifest will ensure the modifications are in keeping with the original intention and quality of the outlined trip.
Meals:Breakfast, Lunch

WHAT’S INCLUDED

    • Black car service between your home and a private terminal at Centennial Airport
    • Round-trip flights on private aircraft to West Yellowstone and from Jackson Hole
    • All transportation in Montana and Wyoming as per the itinerary
    • One night at the Old Faithful Snow Lodge
    • Two nights in the backcountry at camp
    • One night at the Hotel Terra Jackson Hole
    • All meals, activities, fees, and gratuities as per the itinerary

ACCOMMODATIONS

    • One night at the Old Faithful Snow Lodge, one of the most modern hotels in Yellowstone National Park where each room is full of Western lodge-style charm
    • Two nights at MT Sobek Camp Yellowstone in a scenic location, often near treeline, and staffed by a camp chef, with comfortable wall tents furnished with sleeping bags, pillows, Thermarest mattress pads and fleece sleeping bag liners
    • One night at the Hotel Terra Jackson Hole located in Teton Village just one mile from Grand Teton National Park, with vibrant décor, natural materials and contemporary Western style as well as beautifully appointed and upscale accommodations

WHAT TO BRING

    • 4 Days active attire
    • 2 Outfits for in town dinners
    • 2 Warm outfits for evenings at camp
    • Layers as desired
    • Versatile footwear including hiking shoes and river appropriate shoes
    • Personal toiletries including sunscreen and bug repellent
    • Swimsuit(s)
    • Hat
    • Water bottle
    • Camera

FAQ

Do I need any backcountry experience? 
This trip is designed to be enjoyed by people of all skill levels and abilities, with options customized to suit your needs and preferences. If you want to hike and explore, your guides will make that available to you, or if you’d prefer to relax and soak in the hot springs, that is fine as well. 

Should I bring my own backpacking gear?
All the necessary gear and supplies will be provided for you by your backcountry guides. 

Will I be sharing a hotel room?
For this trip, two guests will share a room with one king or two queen beds. If you’d prefer not to share a room with two queen beds or a single king bed, then please let us know, and we can make that adjustment. Any additional incurred expense would be your responsibility. 

dollar 8,190 pp

double occupancy (members only trip)

Jul 22 - Jul 26,

2021

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