Number of Participants: Maximum of 4 attendees; ground transportation, lodging, meals and activities provided Starting Point: September 14 at Billings Hotel & Convention Center Ending Point: September 18 at Bozeman International Airport
Transportation: Transportation provided from Billings Hotel & Convention Center; transportation provided for all activities on the agenda from September 14 – 18; transportation provided to departure flights on September 18.
Description: Explore the central part of Montana’s Yellowstone Country in a valley aptly named Paradise. This exciting four-day experience includes hiking, lazy-river rafting, fly-fishing, hot springs, cold drinks, and so much more.
Note: Most of this tour is wheelchair accessible.
A sampling of items on the agenda:
Hike at Pine Creek Falls in Livingston, Montana. This popular, scenic 2-mile roundtrip trail also leads to alpine Jewel Lake and Pine Creek Lake.
Stop at the two of the state’s best craft breweries—Katabatic Brewing and Neptune’s Brewery, both in Livingston, Montana.
Dine at local, charming eateries that will surprise even the most fastidious foodies.
Explore the north-central area of Yellowstone National Park, including Mammoth Hot Springs—home to numerous fascinating individually-named thermal features and hot spring terraces.
Fly-fish the famous blue-ribbon waters of the Yellowstone River in search of brown, rainbow and cutthroat trout.
Zip-line in the Cinnabar Basin and float the Yellowstone River. Satisfy your sense of adventure while enjoying breathtaking landscapes from the air and the water.
Feed your curiosity with a stop at the Yellowstone Heritage and Research Center in Gardiner, Montana—home to several-million artifacts and one of the largest collections of cultural and national history in the National Park Service.