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    Yellowstone

    National Park ID,MT,WY

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Permitted Overnight Backpacking Businesses

A commercial business permit is required to guide trips in Yellowstone National Park. The table below lists guided-overnight backcountry trip providers which have permits to operate in Yellowstone National Park.
 
Big Wild Adventures
(406) 848-7000
Dead Drift Adventures
(406) 539-4239
Fish the Fly Guide Service and Travel
(307) 690-1139
Fitpacking
(781) 773-1115
Geyser Kayak Yellowstone LLC
(307) 413-6177
Greater Yellowstone Flyfishers
(406) 585-5321
Hawkridge Outfitters, LLC
(406) 222-9550
Jackson Hole Kayak School
(307) 733-2471
Lillard Fly Fishing Expeditions
(828) 577-8204
Menogyn
(612) 822-2267
National Outdoor Leadership Schools (NOLS)
(307) 332-1425
Outpost Wilderness Adventures
(512) 731-7596
Overland Travel, Inc.
(413) 458-9672
Rendezvous Outfitters
(406) 848-7967
Sun Valley Trekking Company
(208) 788-1966
Teach a Man To Fish LLC.
(205) 410-9103
Teton High Adventure Base
(307) 733-8242
The Wild Side
(406) 223-6778
The Wildland Trekking Company
800-715-4453
Wilderness Alternative Schools
(406) 854-2832
Wilderness Inquiry
(612) 676-9400
Wilderness Ventures
(307) 733-2122 or 800-533-2281
Yellowstone Guidelines
(406) 599-2960
Yellowstone Safari
(406) 586-1155
Yellowstone Tour Guides
888-493-2260 or 406-995-2399

Did You Know?

Bear Cubs

Even though the animals of Yellowstone seem tame they are still wild. Feeding the animals is not permitted in any way, and all visitors must keep 100 yards away from wolves and bears, and 25 yards from other animals.