Yellowstone Lake Twilight Guided Kayak Tour

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  • Live Guide
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  • Group Tour
  • E-Ticket

Escape the crowds in Yellowstone and come kayak on crystal clear snowmelt on North Americas largest alpine lake! Yellowstone is extremely busy, and for good reason, it is an amazing place. However, the crowds can take away from the enjoyment of the place. By booking with Prismatic, you will be the first group on the water and it will feel like you have the park to yourself. We specialize in small groups, keeping the experience intimate and personal. Come discover the wild side of Yellowstone today!

Itinerary Details

This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: West Thumb Geyser Basin

Our Twilight Paddle is a 4 to 5 mile journey and usually takes about 3 hours. After a brief orientation, thorough safety talk and interactive kayak instruction, the group will paddle North West along the shore of Yellowstone Lake. Depending on weather conditions and the group ability, our guides will safely escort the group to West Thumb Geyser Basin. After touring the Geyser Basin, where dozens of geothermal features are visible above and below the water's surface, we will return along the same route, stopping for refreshment and a chance to explore along the shore of the lake, arriving back at our Launch Point in Grant Marina before the sun sets. Return time may vary depending on group size, weather, fitness, and of course the time the sunsets.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Yellowstone Lake

Our Day Paddle is a five to seven mile journey and usually takes about five hours. After a brief orientation, thorough safety talk and interactive kayak instruction, the group will paddle North West along the shore of Yellowstone Lake. Depending on weather conditions and the group ability, our guides will safely escort the group to West Thumb Geyser Basin and beyond, often continuing to Potts Geyser Basin, a rarely seen area of the park only possible to view by non-motorized boat. We take multiple breaks at scenic points along the route to stretch our legs and experience the grandeur of the lake. After touring the Geyser Basin, where dozens of geothermal features are visible above and below the water's surface, we will return along the same route, stopping for refreshment and a chance to explore along the shore of the lake, arriving back at our Launch Point in Grant Marina between 12pm and 1pm. Return time may vary depending on group size, weather, fitness, etc.

Duration: 5 hour
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