Yellowstone & Grand Tetons Multisport Beer
Location: Bozeman, MT
Lodging: Magnuson Grand
Activities: Set off for a short hike on the Triple Tree trail enjoying 360-degree views of Bozeman valley. Followed by happy hour at Bozeman Brewing Company.
Location: Big Sky, MT
Lodging: 320 Guest Ranch
Activities: Visit MT State University's Hopyard to learn more about hops & barley. In the afternoon we'll raft down the Gallatin River followed by a blind tasting at Lone Peak Brewing.
Location: Jackson, WY
Lodging: The Lexington
Activities: Hike through Harriman State Park. Enjoy post-hike beers an education course at Grand Teton brewing.
Location: Yellowstone National Park
Lodging: Old Faithful Inn
Activities: Bike through the majestic mountains of Grand Teton National Park and then enjoy a scenic drive through Yellowstone National Park, ending at Old Faithful.
Location: Red Lodge, MT
Lodging: Yodeler Motel
Activities: Hike along the North rim of the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone. Coast your bike down Beartooth Pass into the town of Red Lodge where we will sample local brews at Red Lodge Ales.
Location: Departure Day
Activities: Enjoy one last hike to a beautiful viewpoint in Red Lodge before heading to the Billings airport.
Dates: July 19 - 24, 2013
Trip Length: 6 Days & 5 Nights
Activities: Hiking, Biking & Rafting
Hiking & Biking Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks
Our adventure was featured in Beer West Magazine! Check out the article Peak to Peak
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This tour takes place in the greater Yellowstone ecosystem that includes both national parks and the surrounding areas within Montana, Idaho, and Wyoming.
Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks are two of the most beautiful areas of the United States. In our view, seeing them by foot and from the seat of a bicycle is incomparably better than seeing them from a car window. On this tour, you’ll be doing a fair amount of hiking, some biking and even some river rafting. You’ll wrap up each day at a local brewery. After all, what would a beer tour of Yellowstone be without the beer?
“My favorite moment was watching Old Faithful under the full moon while drinking a beer from the Grand Teton Brewery” (Tony S.)
Each day we generally have easy and hard options, making the tour suitable for everyone. There will be an afternoon hike near Bozeman, and a chance to explore Harriman State Park in Idaho. You’ll also hike the northern rim of the Grand Canyon (in Yellowstone) and do a short walk above Red Lodge, Montana.
You will bicycle on a paved pathway in Grand Teton National Park and do a fantastic downhill cruise on a National Scenic Byway from the top of the Beartooth Pass, which begins at an elevation of 10,947 feet and descends down to Red Lodge (at 5,555 feet).
We visit six breweries in six days in Montana, Idaho, and Wyoming:
- Bozeman Brewing Company in Bozeman, Montana
- Lone Peak Brewery in Big Sky
- Grand Teton Brewing in Victor, Idaho
- Thai Me Up Brewing in Jackson, Wyoming
- Snake River Brewing in Jackson, Wyoming
- Red Lodge Ales in Red Lodge, Montana
We are heavily involved in the craft beer scene because we produce the annual Beer Bloggers Conference and have used this knowledge to create this active beer tour. You don’t have to be a beer expert or a star athlete to enjoy this adventure. Yellowstone National Park, Grand Teton National Park, and the surrounding areas in Montana, Idaho, and Wyoming are among the most beautiful spots on earth. Not surprisingly, taking an active beer tour is a great way to see the area.
Check out this video on our Yellowstone Beer Tour!
We make a giant circle around and through Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks on this tour, staying at five hotels in five towns:
- Magnuson Grand City Center, Bozeman, Montana
- 320 Guest Ranch, Big Sky, Montana
- The Lexington, Jackson, Wyoming
- Old Faithful Snow Lodge, Yellowstone National Park
- Yodeler Motel, Red Lodge, Montana