Our route takes us deep into the Yellowstone canyon, across the river and onto Coyote Creek, where we make camp. On the second day, we take a ride along the Yellowstone river through an area that can be ripe with all types of wildlife.
Although wildlife is not a given, in past years we have seen wolves, black bears and grizzlies as well as elk, pronghorn and all sorts of varmints. This portion of Yellowstone is especially good black bear habitat, and it is home to the Geode Creek wolf pack.
There is something for everyone on this trip, excellent fishing on Coyote creek and beautiful scenery for horseback riding. Our camp is in the shadow of Hell Roaring mountain, and day rides can feature a portion the Black Canyon, Knowles Falls and the Garnet Hill Loop.
This trip has a stationary Base Camp. The cost is $1,800 per person, and the trip lasts 4 days.
You can compare the routes and prices of all our trips on our Horse Pack Trips- Maps and Prices page.
Be sure to check out the number one selling CD in Yellowstone by your guide, Jett Hitt. It is a full scale violin concerto recorded by the Slovak Radio Symphony.