Experience the Beauties of the Greater Yellowstone Area with a Professional Guide

For those that don’t get out, can’t get out, or can never get enough!

About Tied to Nature

Tied to Nature is all about exploring and learning in the outdoors. Tied To Nature helps people get out and if they cant get out it is to help then to see what I see, and to experience what I experience. Tied To Nature is a tour company, it is photography, and it is a blog, but it is more than all of that. Tied To Nature is promoting the outdoors, it is smelling the flowers, turning over rocks, looking at the stars, and listening to the birds.  Tied To Nature is a way of life. Tied To Nature offers Yellowstone guided tours, including wildlife tours. 

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Our Tours

Yellowstone

Yellowstone is the world’s first national park and was set aside for the unique geothermal activity found through out the area. Old Faithful, Yellowstone’s and the worlds most famous geyser draws millions of people here a year. As spectacular as Old Faithful is, Yellowstone has a lot more to offer than this single geyser.

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Grand Teton

Stunning views and wildlife, you will see both on this Teton tour. Everywhere you look the Teton and Gross Venture mountain range provide a stunning backdrop. Beyond the staggering views wildlife is abundant look for moose, elk, deer, bison, pronghorn, bears, and other animals that are abundant in Grand Teton National Park.

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East Idaho Trips

Much of East Idaho lies with-in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem and offers endless scenic vistas and the same diversity of wildlife that lies within Yellowstone National Park. East Idaho offers great birding, scenic drives, and endless photo opportunities. If you want to spend some time outside exploring new areas an East Idaho trip may be right for you.

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Why Tied to Nature?

Yellowstone

Yellowstone is about 2.2 million acres that is roughly the size of the state of Connecticut. There are over 10,000 thermal features, 63 species of mammals, 150 species of nesting birds, 900 miles of trails, and 142 miles of road way. Where are you going to start?

Great Reviews

“In addition to being an expert on the Yellowstone and Grand Teton areas, our guide, Adam Brubaker, was extremely knowledgeable and shared information about animals, birds, trees, plants, geology, and photography. My photos taken during the tour and all of my subsequent photos have been greatly improved by Adam’s advice... Adam’s pleasant personality and his gift of exceeding all expectations made the tour seem like long-time friends enjoying a few days together.”

From - Al H Houston, Texas

Once in a Lifetime Trip

This may be a once in a lifetime trip, don't concern your self with watching the road and trying to get your GPS to find you a bear.