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What To Do?

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    Touring and Wildlife Viewing

    Catch a glimpse of Yellowstone’s abundant and diverse wildlife with 67 known species of mammals, 330 species of birds, 4 amphibians, and 6 reptiles.
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    Hiking and Mountain Biking

    Rent a bike or bring your boots! There’s an incredible selection of different landscapes and over 1,000 miles of trails for you to explore on two wheels or on your own two feet.
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    Horseback Riding and Llama Packing

    Take a tour on horseback and experience the national parks from a while new perspective. Trained rangers and guides can show you things you wouldn’t typically see.
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    Fly Fishing and Boating

    Relax with a casual fishing day or get active with a boating experience in some of the nearby lakes and rivers. Whether you’re in the mood to catch some fish or just catch some sun, this is the place to be.
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    Camping and Picnicking

    Enjoy an outdoor meal and take in the gorgeous Idaho landscape, or if you’re feeling adventurous plan a multi-day hiking trip into Yellowstone and relax at Eagle Peak before and after.

Owner Recommendations

Without a doubt, one of the best experiences while visiting is going to Mesa Falls for the spectacular views.

The other thing I would highly recommend is driving to to the Bechler River to experience the serene landscape, this is also available via horseback.

Chuck Huerta

Quaint Community