Best Adventurous Things to Do in Livingston

THE BEST Adventurous Things to Do in Livingston

Best Adventurous Things to Do in Livingston

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  • Nick J
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    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    We contacted Chris for a tour of the North of Yellowstone for my wife and I and our 17 year old son. We spent the day with Chuck, who had loads of knowledge of the park and lots of great stories about his time in the area.

    We saw a pack of 5 or 6 wolves (our main reason for coming to the park), as well as bison, pronghorn, elk, coyotes, white tail deer, eagles. Chuck also showed us some great scenery and geothermal features.

    A great trip. Thoroughly recommended. Thank you.
    Written 8 April 2024
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  • Grace W
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    My husband and I took a hike-in guided fly fishing trip while on vacation in Yellowstone with David. It was by far our favorite excursion the whole trip! Our guide tailored the trip to our wants and needs perfectly. We enjoyed a beautiful 2 mile hike in to a great fishing spot and saw lots of wildlife along the way. After getting to the Yellowstone River, David gave us a quick tutorial based on our previous knowledge. We caught a beautiful cutthroat trout on the very first cast. We spent a gorgeous day on the river, having both been well attended to. Lunch was provided for us, and our guide got us out just in time for an afternoon shower to roll through. We each caught about 12 trout that day, and David was more than willing to help snap pictures along the way so we could remember this fantastic trip. Would most definitely recommend (the company) to any and all interested in fly fishing while in Yellowstone.
    Written 11 December 2023
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  • Kelsey J
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    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    This was the highlight of our trip!!!!! My mother and I went to Livingston for a mother-daughter trip. Among other things we wanted to go fly fishing. Neither of us had any experience, but had watched my grandfather enjoy it over his lifetime. We wanted to connect with him, nature and learn the skill and art. Will, our guide, has his work cut out for him. He didn't treat us like a bunch of "silly tourists." He truly taught us the basics, we caught multiple fish, and we had the most fun, beautiful trip down the river. I know these guys will provide serious anglers a phenomenal trip, but I will be forever grateful that they were able to create an exceptional experience for two novices. It was worth every was priceless!
    Written 11 September 2022
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  • Jennifer S
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    My family (including 10 year old kiddo) had a wonderful time exploring Yellowstone with Carl a few weeks ago. We booked our day with him while the park was still in the process of reopening after the flooding, and he was very flexible about traveling all the way to the West gate to meet up with us (once the North gate opened to tour operators, we mutually agreed to meet up at Norris Geyser Basin instead). His vehicle was clean and comfortable, and well stocked with drinks and snacks.

    As we started driving we chatted, and found out that Carl used to be a smoke jumper, and had worked in anti-poaching enforcement in Africa and the US. His passion for wildlife and the preservation of the park were really evident. Seeing him interact with the park staff and other guides, it was clear that they liked and respected him and were all happy to share their own wildlife sightings with our group.

    Within a few minutes of meeting up Carl pulled off into a small lot and found us a wolf with his scope! Tons of other tour vehicles went right past us in a rush to get to Hayden Valley or Tower Road - we were immediately impressed by Carl's "eye for wildlife." Throughout the day he consistently picked out great vantage points for us, near the action but away from crowds. We did mostly wildlife viewing, except for quick stops at Tower Falls the Artist Point to see the Lower Falls. We never felt rushed along, and he patiently readjusted scopes to get the best views of the animals and scenery.
    Written 26 August 2022
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