Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming, USA. Photo credit: Eco Tour Adventures.
Looking for a backcountry wildlife adventure? In the Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming, USA, you can go on a backcountry wildlife tour in a fall lodging-and-tour package with Wyoming Inn.
By day, the fall wildlife tour will track bear, moose, bald eagles and more through the park’s alpine terrain and return to Wyoming Inn at night. Local tour company Eco Tour Adventures will lead the full-day eco tour for two in October and November.
Travelers on a backcountry wildlife tour in Wyoming with Eco Tour Adventures. Photo credit: Eco Tour Adventures.
Through Grand Teton National Park, Jackson Hole’s Eco Tour Adventures will guide guests to off-the-beaten-path wildlife hotspots, following unmarked dirt roads in four-wheel drive vehicles. The area’s diverse wildlife include moose, elk, bison, pronghorn antelope, mule deer, wolves, black bear, grizzly bear, bald eagles, and trumpeter swans.
The tour will lunch at one of the park’s lodges overlooking Jackson Lake at the Signal Mountain Lodge or the Snake River with the Teton Mountain Range in the background.
Grand Teton moose. Photo credit: Eco Tour Adventures.
Based in Jackson Hole, Eco Tour Adventures says it was “created to help people connect with the natural world.” The company employs experienced, professional guides who hold educational degrees ranging from wildlife biology to environmental sciences.
The local sustainable tour company says it fuels its jeeps with biodiesel and maintains a carbon neutral status via Carbonfund.org. Eco Tour Adventures is committed to donating a percentage of every tour’s dollars to local nonprofits through its Dollars for Conservation program.
Find out more at Eco Tour Adventures.