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Permitted Day Hiking Businesses

A commercial business permit is required to guide trips in Yellowstone National Park. The table below lists day hiking businesses that have permits to operate in Yellowstone National Park.

Adventure Yellowstone, Inc.
(406) 585-9041
Adventure Travel West, Inc.
(303) 697-6688
Alta Expedition USA
(702) 800-3556
AVR Ventures, LLC
(307) 690-6106
Backroads, Inc.
(510) 527-1889
BrushBuck Guide Services, Inc.
(888) 282-5868
Buffalo Roam Park Tours
(307) 413-0954
Buffalo Bus Touring Company
(800) 426-7669
Dead Drift Adventures
(406) 539-4239
Cindy Goeddel Photography
(858) 848-4150
Environmental Adventure Company
(406) 222-5660
Far and Away Adventures
(208) 726-8888
Flying Pig Raft Company, LLC
(406) 848-7510
Greater Yellowstone Guides
406-587-9080
Greater Yellowstone Flyfishers
(406) 585-5321
Hawkridge Outfitters, LLC
(406) 222-9550
Grub Steak Expeditions, LLC
(307) 527-6316
Jackson Hole Adv. Center
(307) 413-9679
Joseph Van Os Photo Safaris
(206) 463-5383
Lava Creek, The Yellowstone Adventure Company
(406) 646-5145
Lone Mountain Ranch
(406) 995-4644
Matthews Expeditions
(406) 223-5134
Naturalist's World
(406) 848-9458
Otago, LLC
(802) 453-6218
Paradise Adventure Company
(406) 220-2272
Off the Beaten Path
(406) 586-1311
Overland
(413) 458-9672
Safari Yellowstone
(406) 222-8557
See Yellowstone Tours
(800) 221-1151
Shurr Adventures Inc.
(219) 242-4248
Spirit Mountain Tours
(307) 250-7605
Tamarack Camps/Fresh Air Society
(248) 647-1100
Taylor Outfitters
(307) 455-2161
The Wild Side
406 223-6778
The Wildland Trekking Company
(970) 903-3719
RLT, dba The World Outdoors
(303) 413-0938
Timberline Bicycle Tours
(303) 368-4418
Timberwolf Tours
(780) 470-4966
Trail Guides
(406) 595-1823
Wild Bear Adventures, LLC
(406) 848-9445
Wilderness Inquiry
(800) 728-0719
Wildlife Expeditions
(307) 733-2623 or (888) 945-3567
Xanterra Adventures, Inc.
(406) 655-4591
Xanterra Parks & Resorts
(866) 439-7375
Yellowstone Alpen Guides
(800) 858-3502
Yellowstone Guidelines
(406) 599-2960
Yellowstone Horizons
(406) 222-8235
Yellowstone Luxury Tours
(406) 995-4895
Yellowstone Mountain Club
(406) 600-5152
Yellowstone Outdoor Adventures
(406) 763-5117
Yellowstone Outfitters (Hubbards)
(406) 848-7755
Yellowstone Safari
(406) 586-1155
Yellowstone Tour Guides
(406) 995-2399

Did You Know?

Dog Hooked to Travois for Transporting Goods.

Some groups of Shoshone Indians, who adapted to a mountain existence, chose not to acquire the horse. These included the Sheep Eaters, or Tukudika, who used dogs to transport food, hides, and other provisions. The Sheep Eaters lived in many locations in Yellowstone.