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NORTH AMERICA | Yellowstone National Park, Big Sky | 7 Days / 6 Nights

Montana

A tent on a field as the sun sets The limestone beauty of Mammoth Hot Springs Terraces A geyser erupts at Yellowstone National Park Several bison in a field A cowboy hands a Guest the reins of a horse A lodge surrounded by pine-covered mountains
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Journey to the Old West of Montana and Yellowstone National Park and witness spectacular beauty and awe-inspiring natural wonders. Stay at a rustic dude ranch and go glamping under a star-filled sky. Feel yourself come alive on this active Adventures by Disney vacation that features the great outdoors with horseback riding, fly fishing and more!

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Bozeman and Gardiner, Montana

Meal(s) Included: Dinner

Accommodations: Yellowstone Village Inn

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Arrive in Bozeman

Head from the airport to your hotel in Gardiner, Montana, located at the northern gateway to Yellowstone National Park. Your Adventure Guides will discuss what lies ahead on this adventure into one of the most exciting areas in the world.

Yellowstone Village Inn

Make yourself at home in this rustic lodging that has been a beloved stop for Yellowstone visitors. The Yellowstone Village Inn is located near the Roosevelt Arch, known as the first entry to any National Park ever built. Step outside and explore the grounds, which are set against a backdrop of majestic mountains and are teeming with a variety of wildlife.

Mammoth Hotel Dining Room

Enjoy a hearty dinner in this casual restaurant with a view of Fort Yellowstone’s parade area.

Mammoth Hot Springs Terraces

After dinner, be awed by these dramatic limestone terraces on a privately-led tour with a Yellowstone naturalist. With the look of caves turned inside out and striped with spectacular colors, these formations were formed when a combination of water, heat and limestone pushed through a rock fracture system. Current geothermal activity is the creative force behind their ever-changing looks.