There has been huge interest in national park vacations since the pandemic. On the one hand, this is great – we like to see people getting into nature and enjoying our national parks. On the other hand, national parks are BUSY. With a population in the United States of over 334 million people, a slightly Continue Reading →
Montana and Yellowstone Flooding Update
There has been devastating southern Montana and northern Yellowstone floods causing widespread damage in Southern Montana and northern Yellowstone National Park, including in Red Lodge, Zephyr’s headquarters. Thankfully, our staff in Red Lodge are safe along with their families and homes. Current Conditions Red Lodge was severely impacted, with people losing their homes, bridges washing Continue Reading →
Experience the Wolves of Yellowstone!
The gray wolf is a major predator that had been missing from the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem for decades until its restoration in 1995. The reintroduction of wolves to Yellowstone National Park has been the single most amazing event regarding National Parks in our lifetime. The wolves have had an impact on everything, not just the Continue Reading →
Yellowstone Wolf Adventure Featured in Condé Nast Traveler Magazine
“When you go wolf-spotting … you likely won’t get close enough to behold their beauty with the naked eye, as you might the animals on an African game drive, or even the bison and moose right here in Yellowstone. But that’s part of the magic of watching them; it’s peering through a keyhole into their Continue Reading →
The Wolves of Yellowstone
Watching the wolves of Yellowstone has become one of the premier activities of our nation’s first and many call best national park. The gray wolf was eradicated from the entire Rocky Mountains region in the early 1900s, with the last wolf in Yellowstone killed in 1926. At the time, wolves were considered pests and a Continue Reading →
Hot or Cold? Which do you prefer?
If you love to get away from the crowds, see wildlife in their natural habitat, and take in Mother Nature as you’ve never seen her before, we have two incredible adventures that fit the bill – our Yellowstone Winter Multisport Adventure, February 27 – March 2, 2020, OR our Mexico: Baja Kayaking Adventure, March 24 Continue Reading →
Family Vacations for All Types of Families
The reality is, many of us still presume “family” equates to the standard nuclear definition: mom, dad, and two kids. Our Colorado Family Tour scheduled for this June 25 – 29 is decidedly, instead, fit for families of all types. Here are a few examples: Yes, two-parent families will love the tour. The structure of our Continue Reading →
Embarking On The Ultimate Family Vacation – Yellowstone!
All of us at Zephyr Adventures love Yellowstone. It is truly an amazing national park and, located as it is in the backyard of our headquarters in Red Lodge, Montana, we think it is the single best park in the world. Geysers, mudpots, wild animals, and beautiful scenery all combine to make it a wonderful Continue Reading →
Zephyr Announces New Beer Marketing & Tourism Conference
Zephyr today announced a brand-new Beer Marketing & Tourism Conference, which will take place March 28-30, 2017 in Asheville, North Carolina. As you might or might not know, we at Zephyr have two sides to our business: tours (here at Zephyr Adventures and with our sister company Taste Vacations) and conferences (run by Zephyr Conferences). Continue Reading →
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 →