Yellowstone Hiking & Backpacking Tours
Join us in Yellowstone for the hiking adventure of a lifetime! We offer guided Yellowstone hikes that are all-inclusive, expert-designed and expert-led. Our offerings include Yellowstone backpacking trips, Yellowstone llama treks, basecamp Yellowstone hiking tours, inn-based Yellowstone hiking tours, Yellowstone winter tours, and Yellowstone day hikes.
Yellowstone's backcountry offers a stunning array of highlights including abundant wildlife; geysers, mud pots and hot springs; vast meadow systems; pristine rivers, streams and lakes; towering mountain peaks; and a tangible, invigorating sense of wildness. All of our expert-guided trips are designed to show you the magic of America's first national park and to make your visit unforgettable!
Check out our array of available Yellowstone day hikes and backpacking options below to find the perfect hiking tour for you.
Top Yellowstone Hiking Tours
- Top Early Season - Spring Trekking Adventure
- Most Popular - Bechler River Traverse
- Best Weekend Trip - Heart Lake-Mt Sheridan
- Guides Choice - Heart Lake-Snake River Loop
- Most Family-friendly - Tuolumne Meadows
- Most Remote - Thorofare Trek
- Most Adventurous - Gallatin Skyline
- Fastest Growing - Llama Treks
- Top Winter Trip - Yellowstone Snowshoe Tour
- Top Inn-based - Best of Yellowstone Tour
- Top Camping - Yellowstone Basecamp Tour
- Top Day Hike - Bunsen Peak
Why Hike Yellowstone with Us?
More Information About Yellowstone Trips
The Yellowstone Wilderness Experience
When you think of a wilderness, you might think about miles of fields lined with trees stretching to the sky, gorgeous snow-capped peaks, exquisite wildlife or flowing waterfalls. With over 1,000 miles of hiking trails, Yellowstone National Park has it all. Millions of visitors trek across the vast expanse of Yellowstone National Park each year to enjoy flora and fauna, exquisite views, and rich cultural history — and Wildland Trekking is here to help you experience it.
Whether you want to take a well-traversed path through the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone or experience the deep solitude of Bunsen Peak, our experts will take you to some of the most phenomenal views in America. Each of our day hikes and overnight backpacking adventures offers a unique look at the real Yellowstone — the flower-filled fields, luxurious hot springs, expansive woodlands and so much more — as it was meant to be experienced, and at a skill level that's right for beginners and experienced backpacking experts alike.
Experience Yellowstone With an Expert-Guided Tour
Our expert-guided hiking and backpacking trips allow you to explore the vast regions of Yellowstone more profoundly and safely than you could on your own. Because many trails are more than 7,000 feet above sea level, most areas remain snow-covered until June or July. Many paths also require fording cold, deep rivers. Our experts are trained according to high safety standards to guide you through these areas at a pace that fits your needs. You can relax and enjoy all that Yellowstone National Park has to offer while we take care of the rest.
Not only will our professionals help you explore Yellowstone more intensely and safely, but they'll also offer you unique learning opportunities as you discover the vibrant history behind the park, as well as the area's geology, ecology and impressive facts that make Yellowstone unique. You won't find such a rich and comprehensive learning adventure anywhere else.
Book Now to Begin Your Yellowstone Adventure
If you've always wanted to explore the vast wilderness of Yellowstone but weren't sure where to begin, look no further than Wildland Trekking and our vast range of affordable Yellowstone hiking tours and backpacking options.
At Wildland Trekking, we do more than offer guided hikes across Yellowstone — we take the stress of planning out of your entire vacation. Sit back and enjoy the gorgeous views as our guides provide all the meals, top-quality gear, local transportation, expert knowledge, and comprehensive risk management you'll need throughout your time at the park.
If you need any more information or have questions for our team, we're happy to help. Contact us today or book one of our Yellowstone hiking tours now to begin your once-in-a-lifetime journey with Wildland Trekking!
Why Join a Guided Hiking Trip in Yellowstone?
Yellowstone is a huge national park (it's bigger than some states!) with literally countless options for hiking and backpacking trips. It also has significant objective hazards including grizzly bears and other potentially aggressive wildlife, geothermal features, potentially extreme weather, river crossings and more. By going with a guided tour company, you can choose from proven trips that were selected by experts, and enjoy those trips with a maximum level of safety. You also don't have to travel with gear, worry about permits, plan menus, or figure out local transportation. You can show up stress-free and focus 100% on enjoying your Yellowstone hiking vacation!
What Type of Trip Should I Join?
We offer Yellowstone backpacking trips, Yellowstone llama treks, inn-based and basecamp hiking tours, ski and snowshoe tours, and day hikes. That's a lot to choose from! If you want to experience the deep wilderness of the Park and sleep under the stars, then consider a backpacking trip or llama trek. If you want an all-around experience of all Yellowstone has to offer, we recommend an inn-based or basecamp tour. If you're visiting in winter, or want to experience Yellowstone in its most pristine season, a ski or snowshoe tour is the way to go. Finally, if you're in Yellowstone for a short time and want to maximize your visit, a day hike is a popular choice.
When is the Best Time to Hike Yellowstone?
Yellowstone is an excellent destination for a hiking vacation from May through October, with the prime months being July, August and September. Early season, May and June, is an excellent time for backpacking trips in certain areas of the Park, as well as inn-based and basecamp tours. July through October is wonderful for all trip styles, and September and October are particularly nice with much thinned out crowds and active wildlife. Yellowstone ski and snowshoe tours are best in December, January and February.