There is no better way to learn about and enjoy Buffalo Bill’s Cody / Yellowstone Country than to participate in a tour provided by a knowledgeable and professional tour company. Or choose to go at your own pace on a self-guided tour exploring the treasure of the Old West. Downtown Cody and Powell are both listed on the National Register of Historic Districts.
cody trolley tour
The Cody Trolley Tour utilizes two live narrators, poster-sized historical photos, pass-around relics and entertaining audio clips to share the story of world-famous William F. “Buffalo Bill” Cody, while historic sites, scenic vistas, geology, wildlife and old and new attractions are highlighted. Give them an hour, they’ll give you 100 years!
Mid-May through late September, daily. Tours at 11:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. with an additional 9:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. during peak season.
Trolley leaves from the porch of the Irma Hotel.
Phone: (307) 527-7043
red canyon wild mustang tours
Your adventure begins approximately 22 miles outside of Cody, at the McCullough Peaks Wild Mustang Area. This is a 2 to 2 1/2 hour wild mustang safari where you can learn the fascinating history of the wild mustang and see them in their natural environment. It’s the West at its best! Our adventure provides knowledgeable guides, beautiful scenery, and other birds and wildlife for your viewing and photographing.
Hiking boots are recommended, binoculars furnished. Don’t forget your camera!
May through September, daily 8:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. tours.
Phone: (307) 587-6988
hidden treasure charters
Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day.
Tours Friday and Saturday, 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. or 6:30 p.m. sunset cruise, subject to availablility.
Phone: (307) 899-1401
kirwin ghost town tours
Step into the past on this one-of-a-kind adventure into the ghost town of Kirwin. The town dates back to 1885 and some structures are still standing, thanks to the U.S. Forest Service and the Wyoming State Preservation Office.
Kirwin is located approximately 34 miles southwest of Meeteetse, Wyoming. Enjoy beautiful scenery, learn fascinating history and view a variety of wildlife. Have lunch near the cabin that Amelia Earhart had started before her disappearance. This tour requires walking throughout the area and is high in elevation. Beverages, snacks, lunch and binoculars are provided. For further information about this tour or one of our other tours including the Wild Mustang Tour, Yellowstone Wildlife and Photo Tour, or a Red Canyon Rafting Trip, please contact:
Cody Wyoming Adventures
Phone: (307) 587-6988
powell Agriculture Tours
Nestled between the picturesque Big Horn and Absaroka mountain ranges of northwest Wyoming, Powell is a community historically rooted in agriculture. The Powell Chamber of Commerce can help you learn more about the agriculture industry in and around Powell by customizing a tour for you or your group. Learn more about area crops, livestock production, irrigation systems and more from local ranchers and farmers. The Chamber offers customized agricultural tours for groups, organizations, families and individuals. Area farmers and ranchers who participate in our agro-tourism ventures realize the value that consumers place on visiting rural settings where food is produced, and they strive to provide tours that are informative, pleasurable and inspiring.
For reservations and pricing please contact:
Powell Valley Chamber of Commerce
Phone: (307) 754-3494
meeteetse area tours
Meeteetse Museums hosts several annual tours throughout the year:
Legend Rock Tour
The second Saturday in June. Free guided tour of Legend Rock State Archaeological Site. Led by archaeologist Dr. Larry Todd and features nearly 300 individual petroglyphs created up to 10,000 years ago.
Historic Double Dee guest ranch Tour
The third Sunday in July. Free guided tour of the former historic Double Dee Guest Ranch, which operated in the 1930s. Many famous guests stayed there including Amelia Earhart. The tour is led by Jim Dunrud, whose family owned the ranch.
The second Saturday in August. The tour offers an up-close and personal look at the abandoned mining town located in the high Absaroka Mountains. Explore numerous historic structures, mines and alpine scenery. The proposed summer cabin of Amelia Earhart is a short hike away.
Medicine Lodge Creek state archaeological site Tour
The fourth Saturday in August. Tour the Medicine Lodge Creek State Archaeological Site. Archaeologist Dr. Larry Todd leads the tour of this ancient pictograph site near Hyattville. Side tours to the Colby Mammoth Kill Site and the Washakie Museum are offered.
Free annual tour of the historic ghost town of Arland town site and the old Meeteetse cemetery. Arland has a unique and violent past with fascinating tales about the people who lived there. Many of the residents are reported to have died in a “web of lawlessness, romance, intrigue and murder”.
For further information please contact:
Phone: (307) 868-2423
Yellowstone and wildlife tours
For centuries, Buffalo Bill’s Cody / Yellowstone Country has been home to the world’s most spectacular wildlife. Buffalo, deer, moose, mountain sheep, elk, grizzly bears, black bears, eagles and hundreds of other bird species, wild horses, and more, inhabit Buffalo Bill’s Cody / Yellowstone Country. Wildlife viewing tours can add special memories to a Buffalo Bill’s Cody / Yellowstone Country vacation. Many visitors prefer to let others drive while enjoying the scenery, attractions and wildlife of Yellowstone National Park. Experienced drivers knowledgeable in Yellowstone history and facts will insure a memorable and safe journey through the world’s first national park.
Choice Aviation, LLC
Choice Aviation is Cody’s full-service Fixed Base Operator (FBO). Experience Yellowstone/Cody Country by air. Scenic flights, aircraft rental and charter services throughout the region offered. Located at the Yellowstone Regional Airport. Call for reservations and pricing.
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Cody Wyoming Adventures
Yellowstone National Park is a spectacular geological phenomena that is filled with an amazing variety of volcanic activities. It is the first national park, established in 1872, spanning over 2.2 million acres. Our adventures take you to exciting sites such as Old Faithful, the Mud Cauldrons, bubbling paint pots and the hottest volcanic spot on the planet, Norris Geyser Basin. On our tours you can view areas such as the lower and upper falls of the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone River as well as a variety of wildlife that call Yellowstone home. Our 15 passenger van enables your trip to be more personal and provides one on one time with your guide. Park entrance, beverages, snacks, and deli style lunch is included. May – November 3: 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Please call or visit our website for further information regarding this tour or one of our other tours including our Wild Mustang Tour, Kirwin Ghost Town Tour, Red Canyon River Trips, or Surfing in the Rockies Tour.
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East Entrance Yellowstone Snowmobile Tours
Yellowstone National Park is a winter wonderland. From the third week of December to the first of March, Rimrock Ranch guides snowmobile tours into the park. They offer an all day tour which includes Old Faithful, the Gyser Basin areas, Yellowstone Falls, and Yellowstone Lake. Day trips and overnight trips are offered and can be customized to fit your needs. All tours originate from the East Entrance of the Park.
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K3 Guest Ranch Tour Packages
K3 Guest Ranch offers area tours for you to enjoy. All tours depart from the ranch. Yellowstone National Park (9 hours) – Yellowstone National Park opens the first week in May and remains open until the first Monday in November, weather permitting. The drive to Yellowstone National Park is one of the most picturesque drives in the U.S. Visit Yellowstone Falls at Artist Point, the mud pots, geysers and Old Faithful. Chief Joseph Scenic Byway (4+ hours) – Follow a rugged section of the Nez Perce Trail along the route taken by Chief Joseph and a band of Nez Perce Indians in 1877 as they attempted to escape the US Calvary and flee into Canada. Travel over the Beartooth Mountains to the Top of The World. You will travel over mountains and valleys and be able to stop many places to view the gorgeous scenery. Legend Rock (5-8 hours) – Located 50 miles southeast of Cody, Wyoming Legend Rock is one of the oldest and best examples of Dinwoody rock art in the world. Wyoming Dinosaur Museum optional add-on. Call for reservations and pricing.
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Tour Yellowstone/Grub Steak Expeditions
Personalized, private tours of Yellowstone, area landmarks, and Native American sites. Custom designed trips offering wildlife viewing, history, photography, scenic and winter tours. Step-on guides for charter groups and motorcoaches.
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