National Park Vacations
Yellowstone National Park Tours & Vacations
Welcome to Yellowstone National Park. Signed into law by President Ulysses S. Grant on March 1, 1872, Yellowstone not only became America’s first – but also the world’s first national park. Vacation once in Yellowstone and you’ll quickly understand why.
Bison seem a whole lot bigger when you pedal past them on a bike in Yellowstone National Park. A cowboy song just sounds better sung atop a horse as you climb Dome Mountain. A dip in a hot tub is a lot more refreshing when the tub is actually a natural hidden hot spring. And at the end of a backcountry hike, there's nothing sweeter than stumbling upon the 308-foot Lower Falls of the Yellowstone River.
Yellowstone is immense: 2.2 million acres – an area bigger than Rhode Island and Connecticut combined. Mountain peaks soar, reaching for the sky. Canyons, a palette of earth tones are peppered with geysers, fumaroles, steam vents and mud pots. Rushing rivers feed pristine lakes. Mighty forests make a comfortable home for grizzly bears, moose, elk, bison, wolves, deer, coyote and eagles.
Venture off the beaten path, away from the crowds – on foot, by bike, by raft, snowshoe, cross-country skiis and by horse – on one of Austin-Lehman's several Yellowstone National Park vacations & tours.
Austin-Lehman's Yellowstone National Park Vacations:
|Yellowstone National Park
Yellowstone vacations allow you to leave the city behind and explore nature in its purest form. Enjoy this Yellowstone with the worldwide leader in adventure travel and active vacations. Read More >
|Yellowstone National Park Family
Yellowstone family vacations featuring hiking, rafting, and horseback riding with the leader in Yellowstone vacation packages. Read More >
|Wyoming | Yellowstone/Teton
Austin-Lehman's Yellowstone Vacations make for a beautiful getaway for the family. Experience first-class service and adventure with #1 tour operator, Austin-Lehman Adventures. Read More >
|Montana | Big Sky, Yellowstone & Paradise Valley
Montana vacations the whole family will love. Explore nature's paradise from the leader in adventure vacation packages and tours. Read More >
|Wyoming Family | Yellowstone/Teton
Wyoming Family Vacations - Soak up the wild west in Yellowstone and Grand Tetons while hiking, biking and rafting. Discover hidden wonders that only Austin-Lehman Adventures takes you to. Read More >
Explore Yellowstone in the heart of winter! Cross-country ski, snowshoe, dog sled and dicover the beauty of Yellowstone in the winter. Read More >
|Montana Family | Big Sky, Yellowstone & Paradise Valley
Montana family vacations in Big Sky, Yellowstone and Paradise Valley featuring hiking, biking, horseback riding and rafting. Enjoy nights under the stars in the most beautiful lands on earth. Read More >
|Montana Camp Family
Cowboys, canyons and campfires Craving a true taste of the Wild West? This unique adventure offers the perfect balance of deluxe camping and rustic lodging in the heart of Montana’s Big Sky Country, Yellowstone National Park and Paradise Valley. Read More >
|Big Sky | Winter Getaway
Austin-Lehman offers ski & snowboard vacation packages to Big Sky Montana. Guest also get to ride snow machines and dog sled through the beautiful Big Sky Country Read More >
Did You Know?
- Yellowstone National Park contains approximately one-half of the world’s hydrothermal features. There are over 10,000 hydrothermal features, including over 300 geysers, in the Park.
- Yellowstone's Steamboat Geyser erupts without much warning and with no discernible pattern, and when it does, it rockets a column of scalding water 300-400 feet into the air. The last eruption was in April of 2003. When active, the geyser can erupt as frequently as every four days, but it has been known to be stagnant for 50 years.
- There were no wolves in Yellowstone in 1994. The wolves that were reintroduced in 1995 and 1996 thrived and there are now over 300 of their descendents living in the Greater Yellowstone Area.
- The 1988 fires affected 793,880 acres or 36% of Yellowstone National Park. Five fires burned into the park that year from adjacent public lands. The largest, the North Fork Fire, started from a discarded cigarette. It burned more than 410,000 acres.