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Permitted Skiing and Snowshoeing Service Providers

A commercial business permit is required to guide trips in Yellowstone National Park. The table below lists guided skiing and snowshoe touring businesses that have permits to operate in Yellowstone National Park.

A Naturalist's World
(406) 848-9458
Adventure Yellowstone, Inc.
(406) 585-9041
Alta Expeditions
(702) 800-3556
Beartooth Powder Guides
(406) 838-2097
Buffalo Bus Touring Company
(800) 426-7669
Hawkridge Outfitters, LLC
(406) 222-9550
Lone Mountain Ranch
(406) 995-4644
Matthews Expeditions
(406) 223-5134
National Outdoor Leadership Schools (NOLS)
(307) 332-1425
Off the Beaten Path
(406) 586-1311
Otago, LLC,
(802) 453-6218
Rockin HK Outfitters
(406) 333-4505
Safari Yellowstone
(406) 222-8557
The Wildland Trekking Company
(800) 715-4453
Wildlife Expeditions of Teton Science Schools
(307) 733-2623
Xanterra Adventures, Inc.
(406) 655-4591
Xanterra Parks & Resorts
(866) 439-7375
Yellowstone Safari
(406) 586-1155
Yellowstone Tour Guides
(888) 493-2260 or 406-995-2399
Yellowstone Wolf Tracker
(406) 223 6778

Did You Know?

Seventh Cavalry Ensignia Pin.

Prior to the establishment of the National Park Service, the U.S. Army protected Yellowstone between 1886 and 1918. Fort Yellowstone was established at Mammoth Hot Springs for that purpose.