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Sunrise Wildlife Drive + Hike

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Naturalist Guide
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Knowledgable & friendly
8 Hour Duration
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From pick up to drop off
Wildlife Opportunities
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Bring your camera and keep you eyes peeled!
Great for all ages
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All ages welcome!


Watch the sunrise over the Teton Mountain range as we start the day by exploring the legendary Grand Teton National Park by vehicle to spot wildlife in the early morning light. We’ll visit mixed habitats and look for a wide range of animals, raptors and birds. Then experience a great hike in the mountains surrounding Jackson Hole to look for more wildlife and indulge in the fresh mountain air. Our hike will focus on learning about natural habitats, animal behavior, birds and wildflowers. Naturalist guide, transportation, binoculars, spotting scope, drinking water, waist pack or backpack, light breakfast, picnic lunch and trail snacks are included. A great tour for all ages and those who are hoping to see some great wildlife while visiting the area!

Please note that park fees are not included in this tour. Park fees are an additional $20 per person, to be paid at park entrance.

What's Included

Interpretive Materials
Naturalist Guide
Rain Ponchos
Water & Snacks
Guide Gratuity (20% recommended)

Frequently Asked Questions

Where will I be hiking?
Based on the time of year, trail conditions, and group capabilities you will be hiking on any number of great trails around Jackson Hole. Your guides will communicate with you on the day of your trip and make the best decision of where to hike based on the needs of the group and other factors. Everywhere around here is beautiful and filled with unique flora and fauna!
Jackson or Jackson Hole-- What's the difference?
Jackson is the name of the town itself. While Jackson Hole refers to the entire Valley and includes Jackson and the surrounding towns of Wilson, Teton Village, Moose, Kelly, Moran and Hoback.
When is the best time to visit Grand Teton National Park?
Visiting Grand Teton National Park is a great experience no matter what time of year. Grand Teton in the summer will offer many opportunities for hiking and enjoying the Snake River. Because of the exceptional weather and endless opportunities to experience the outdoors, this is the busiest time of year to visit Jackson Hole. Peak Summer tourism in Grand Teton National Park is in June, July and August. While visiting Grand Teton in the winter will offer a quieter and more intimate time to view wildlife and experience the magic of Jackson Hole in the winter. Peak winter months for winter tours in Jackson Hole are January, February and March.
What is Book Now/Pay Later?
The Book Now, Pay Later option requires a 5% non-refundable deposit at the time of booking. You will see this option during checkout. The remaining balance is automatically processed two weeks before the date of the first tour on your invoice. You will receive an email reminding you of this payment five days beforehand. You must contact us before this date if you need to update your payment method. If your card is declined, your reservation will be canceled.

Know Before You Book

Minimum Age: There is no minimum age to join this tour
Your tour costs are refundable if canceled 24 hours before the tour departure. If booking using the Book Now, Pay Later option, the 5% deposit is non-refundable under all circumstances.

Quick Facts

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