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Epic Adventures with a Real-Life Beerbarian

Main photo credit: Zak Jokela Meet Doug Bailey, resident Beerbarian for Zephyr Adventures and Red Lodge Ales. Doug is a bit of a jack-of-all-trades.  Not only does he know his beer, but he can teach you how to snowboard, wrangle a horse, navigate rapids, and make a mean cocktail, all while wearing a kilt. We had Continue Reading →

Father-Son Travel Duo:The Mighty Pribyl Boys

One of the best parts of our job at Zephyr Adventures is getting the opportunity to meet such wonderful and interesting people. We love hearing about where people are from, the places they’ve traveled, and the experiences they’ve had. With Father’s Day approaching, we thought we would highlight a great Father/Son pair – Gerald and Continue Reading →

Yellowstone in the Winter – Big Animals in Big Sky Country

Zephyr Adventures completed a 4-night, 5-day cross-country ski and snowshoe tour in Montana and Yellowstone National Park in February.  Sub-zero temperatures and tromping through the woods may not be some peoples’ idea of a good time but the rich, inviting beauty of seeing Big Sky country in all its glory and with just a fraction of the Continue Reading →

Yellowstone Winter Adventure Featured in Shape Magazine

Our Yellowstone Winter Adventure that features cross-country skiing and snowshoeing was recently featured in Shape Magazine’s website as one of “7 Travel Destinations That Answer the Call of the Wild”. This is the third press mention we have had in 10 days! The Yellowstone Winter Adventure is truly an awesome and unique active vacation. Yellowstone Continue Reading →

Will Travel For Beer

People travel for a number of different reasons: to hike in a different mountain chain they’ve never been to before; to experience, first hand, a different way of life; to eat and drink like a local.  The burgeoning craft beer scene in the United States affords the beer enthusiast who likes to travel the opportunity Continue Reading →

The Unexpected Friendships of Small Group Travel

I am one of those hyperactive ‘worriers.’ You know the type: those people who run scenarios in their heads anticipating all the crazy things that could happen. So when I set off on my first Zephyr adventure, I worried: 1. I’d be traveling with über athletes and couldn’t keep up; or 2. I’d get lost; Continue Reading →

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