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Yellowstone: The Great Caldera

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7 Days | 6 Nights
ACTIVITY LEVEL: Active
Love to learn in a small-group setting? This collection of programs has at most 10-24 participants.
See our Small Group programs.
EasyFor people looking to exercise their minds more than their bodies. There’s minimal walking and not too many stairs.
ModerateThese programs get you on your feet and include activities such as walking up to a mile in a day through a city and standing in a museum for a few hours.
ActiveFor people who enjoy walking as much as two miles a day, perhaps to explore historic neighborhoods or a nature trail.
Moderately ChallengingFor hardy explorers who enjoy a good physical challenge, spending most of their days on the go.
ChallengingGet ready to keep up with our highest-energy group. These demanding — and rewarding — programs are for seasoned outdoor enthusiasts.
Elevation Note
Site elevation 5,260'. Activities take place at elevations ranging from 5,260' to 9,000'.

Equipment Requirements
Bring binoculars, durable water bottle (At high altitudes you are more susceptible to dehydration and altitude sickness. Carrying a water bottle with you and drinking plenty of water is of utmost importance to avoid these sometimes dangerous problems.), sturdy, comfortable shoes and fanny or day pack. Bring your walking stick if you use one.

Itinerary for Aug 9 — Aug 15, 2015

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Type: Motel

Description: Lodgings are located on Gardiner's main street, Park Street, on Yellowstone's northern boundary. Yellowstone's northwest entrance at Roosevelt Arch is three blocks from motel. The Gardiner Arch was dedicated in 1903 by Theodore Roosevelt. Meals served at local restaurants; sack lunches in the field. Please be aware that the single dietary requirement or preference that can be accommodated at this site is vegetarian - no meat. You may wish to bring supplementary items. Questions? Call UM-Western Road Scholar (406) 683-7302.

Contact info:
14 Park Street
Gardiner, MT 59030 USA
phone: 888-797-4837
web: www.yellowstonerivermotel.com

Room amenities: Refrigerator, microwave, in-room coffee, wireless internet, satellite TV, phone, air conditioning.

Facility amenities: Quiet, though one block from downtown. Grassy patio overlooks the mighty Yellowstone River. Within walking distance of shopping, ice cream, deli, lattes. Hair dryers, iron, ironing board available upon request

Smoking policy: No
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Additional nights before: varies
Seasonal rates; call Yellowstone River Motel for information.

Check in time: 4:00 PM


Day One: Sunday, August 09 - Arrival and Check-In / Program Registration / Wel...
Arrival and Check-In / Program Registration / Welcome Dinner / Orientation

Note: Note: Hotel check-in from 2:00 p.m.; Walk up to 4 blocks to dinner.

Afternoon: Program Registration: After you have your room assignment, come over to the Road Scholar table to register with the program staff and get your welcome packet containing your name-tag, up-to-date schedule that reflects any last-minute changes, and other important information. If you arrive late, please ask for your packet when you check in.

Dinner: From the hotel, we’ll walk to a local restaurant for a plated 3 course meal, water coffee, and tea; other beverages are available for purchase.

Evening: Orientation: The Group Leader will greet everyone and lead introductions. We will review the program theme, the up-to-date Daily Schedule and any changes, discuss safety guidelines, emergency procedures, roles and responsibilities, and answer any questions you may have.

Indicated times are approximate. Program activities, schedules, and personnel may need to change due to local circumstances. In the event of changes, we will alert you as quickly as possible. Schedules can change on a day-to-day basis due to extraneous circumstances including weather, thermal activity, and wildlife activity. Thank you for your understanding.

This program will be lead by both the Group Leader and an Instructor, who is an expert naturalist and will lead the educational portion of the program. All transportation will be provided via private motor coach unless specified otherwise. Remember to bring your own water bottle. Ice water will be available in coolers on the bus during field trips, from which you may fill your water bottle; disposable cups will not be available. Southwest Montana and Yellowstone National Park are considered high desert, very dry. At high altitudes you are more susceptible to dehydration and altitude sickness. Carrying a water bottle with you and drinking plenty of water is important to avoid these unpleasant and sometimes dangerous problems. Walk up to 2 miles per field day except Day Four walk up to 3 miles.

Lodging: Yellowstone River Motel

Meals Included: Dinner
Type: Motel

Description: Lodgings are located on Gardiner's main street, Park Street, on Yellowstone's northern boundary. Yellowstone's northwest entrance at Roosevelt Arch is three blocks from motel. The Gardiner Arch was dedicated in 1903 by Theodore Roosevelt. Meals served at local restaurants; sack lunches in the field. Please be aware that the single dietary requirement or preference that can be accommodated at this site is vegetarian - no meat. You may wish to bring supplementary items. Questions? Call UM-Western Road Scholar (406) 683-7302.

Contact info:
14 Park Street
Gardiner, MT 59030 USA
phone: 888-797-4837
web: www.yellowstonerivermotel.com

Room amenities: Refrigerator, microwave, in-room coffee, wireless internet, satellite TV, phone, air conditioning.

Facility amenities: Quiet, though one block from downtown. Grassy patio overlooks the mighty Yellowstone River. Within walking distance of shopping, ice cream, deli, lattes. Hair dryers, iron, ironing board available upon request

Smoking policy: No
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Additional nights before: varies
Seasonal rates; call Yellowstone River Motel for information.

Check in time: 4:00 PM


Day Two: Monday, August 10 - Lecture on Yellowstone’s Unique Geologic Features...
Lecture on Yellowstone’s Unique Geologic Features / Yellowstone Historic District Field Trip / Natural History Learning Session

Note: Several moderate walks, up to two miles total, on established trails, asphalt paths, boardwalks and stairs at elevations ranging from 5,260' to 9,000'.

Breakfast: In our meeting room located in the church’s basement a short walk from the hotel, enjoy a hot box breakfast with a hot entrée and sides, plus water, coffee, tea.

Morning: We’ll enjoy a presentation led by our expert instructor on the unique nature of Yellowstone National Park. Established in 1872, Yellowstone was the first National Park in the world, created by President Ulysses S. Grant. Known for its geothermal activity and diverse ecosystems, Yellowstone spans almost 3,500 square miles of lakes, valleys, canyons, rivers, and mountain ranges. Home of the highest concentration of wildlife in the lower 48 states, the park is the center of one of the last undisturbed ecosystems in the Earth’s temperate zone.

Lunch: In our meeting room in the church basement, enjoy a buffet including soup, salad, and sandwiches, plus water, coffee, tea; other beverages may be purchased at local stores in town.

Afternoon: We’ll depart via private coach for Fort Yellowstone and the Mammoth Hot Springs Historic District. Walk the Mammoth Terraces to observe her ever changing, graceful travertine beauty; boardwalk, asphalt path and several hundred stair steps (downhill). About two tons of travertine are deposited daily as hot, mineral-laden water wells up from beneath the earth's crust to add to terraces that began building thousands of years ago.

We’ll continue with a visit to the Albright Visitor Center and Museum, built by the U.S. Army during Fort Yellowstone times. The center offers history themed and predator-prey themed exhibits, the Moran and Jackson Galleries, theatre and Yellowstone Association bookstore. Explore historic Fort Yellowstone and the Mammoth Hot Springs Historic District, which "began" in 1872 when Yellowstone National Park was established. Fort Yellowstone was protected by civilian superintendents, but immediately came under threat because of their inexperience, lack of funds and manpower. In 1886, the U.S. Army was called on to stop the exploitation of poachers and developers and to help develop and protect the parks resources and visitors. After years of struggle, the Calvary realizing there was no end in sight, the first guard tower was built in 1891 quickly followed by more buildings that became Fort Yellowstone. Returning control of Yellowstone back to the civilians in 1916, Fort Yellowstone became the administrative center for the park.

We’ll depart via private motor coach for continued exploration of Norris Geyser Basin. Enjoy a walk in the Norris Geyser Basin and the Steamboat Geyser. Norris Basin is Yellowstone’s oldest, hottest, and most active thermal area and Steamboat Geyser, the tallest Geyser in the world, erupting up to 400 feet. Thermal temperatures were measured at 459 degrees F. and the activity is believed have existed for 115,000 years.

Dinner: We’ll ride to a nearby restaurant, enjoy a plentiful buffet featuring salad, entrées, and dessert, plus water, coffee, and tea; other beverages can be purchased in town and brought into the restaurant.

Evening: In our meeting room, enjoy a lecture on the natural history of Yellowstone, which spans millions of years. The Yellowstone Caldera or “super volcano” located in Yellowstone National Park is still active and changing. In addition to the park’s unique thermal activity, Yellowstone offers many rich human, geological and ecological stories that continue to unfold.

Lodging: Yellowstone River Motel

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Type: Motel

Description: Lodgings are located on Gardiner's main street, Park Street, on Yellowstone's northern boundary. Yellowstone's northwest entrance at Roosevelt Arch is three blocks from motel. The Gardiner Arch was dedicated in 1903 by Theodore Roosevelt. Meals served at local restaurants; sack lunches in the field. Please be aware that the single dietary requirement or preference that can be accommodated at this site is vegetarian - no meat. You may wish to bring supplementary items. Questions? Call UM-Western Road Scholar (406) 683-7302.

Contact info:
14 Park Street
Gardiner, MT 59030 USA
phone: 888-797-4837
web: www.yellowstonerivermotel.com

Room amenities: Refrigerator, microwave, in-room coffee, wireless internet, satellite TV, phone, air conditioning.

Facility amenities: Quiet, though one block from downtown. Grassy patio overlooks the mighty Yellowstone River. Within walking distance of shopping, ice cream, deli, lattes. Hair dryers, iron, ironing board available upon request

Smoking policy: No
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Additional nights before: varies
Seasonal rates; call Yellowstone River Motel for information.

Check in time: 4:00 PM


Day Three: Tuesday, August 11 - Field Trip to Yellowstone National Park Heritage ...
Field Trip to Yellowstone National Park Heritage and Research Center / Yellowstone’s Northern Range

Note: Today's docent-led tour at the Yellowstone National Park Heritage and Research Center includes periods of extended standing in addition to field trip walks.

Breakfast: We’ll walk to a nearby restaurant for a hearty breakfast off of a limited menu plus water, coffee, tea, and juice.

Morning: Enjoy a morning presentation where we will continue to discuss the natural history of Yellowstone.

From the hotel, we’ll visit the Yellowstone National Park Heritage and Research Center for a docent-led exploration. The center houses the Yellowstone Archive, a 5.3 million-item collection, the only national park collection affiliated with the National Archives. The sumptuous gatherings of 130 years of Yellowstone's history are contained under one roof.

Lunch: In the park, enjoy a picnic style box lunch including a sandwich, chips, and fruit.

Afternoon: We’ll have a field exploration to Yellowstone's northern range, a wide-open haven for wildlife. As we ride through the vast expanse of land, our instructor will provide enlightening interpretation to help us truly understand the majesty of this environment. Enjoy expanses of open space and expect to see bison, elk, waterfowl, coyotes and more while considering a magnificent ecosystem and how all its aspects intersect to create a tapestry of life not to be found anywhere else in the nation. Consider wildlife populations, wolf reintroduction, carrying capacity, predator and prey dynamics and more. We’ll review the optics and ethics of wildlife viewing and bring binoculars to put your skills to work.

Dinner: In the Canyon Cafeteria in Canyon Village, enjoy a buffet featuring salad, entrées, and dessert, plus water, coffee, and tea; other beverages are available for purchase.

Evening: Evening return takes advantage of the crepuscular hour for some great wildlife viewing opportunities.

Lodging: Yellowstone River Motel

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Type: Motel

Description: Lodgings are located on Gardiner's main street, Park Street, on Yellowstone's northern boundary. Yellowstone's northwest entrance at Roosevelt Arch is three blocks from motel. The Gardiner Arch was dedicated in 1903 by Theodore Roosevelt. Meals served at local restaurants; sack lunches in the field. Please be aware that the single dietary requirement or preference that can be accommodated at this site is vegetarian - no meat. You may wish to bring supplementary items. Questions? Call UM-Western Road Scholar (406) 683-7302.

Contact info:
14 Park Street
Gardiner, MT 59030 USA
phone: 888-797-4837
web: www.yellowstonerivermotel.com

Room amenities: Refrigerator, microwave, in-room coffee, wireless internet, satellite TV, phone, air conditioning.

Facility amenities: Quiet, though one block from downtown. Grassy patio overlooks the mighty Yellowstone River. Within walking distance of shopping, ice cream, deli, lattes. Hair dryers, iron, ironing board available upon request

Smoking policy: No
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Additional nights before: varies
Seasonal rates; call Yellowstone River Motel for information.

Check in time: 4:00 PM


Day Four: Wednesday, August 12 - Learning Session with Jack Gladstone / Evening En...
Note: Note: Walking distances up to 1/2 mile on uneven terrain.

Breakfast: We’ll walk to a nearby restaurant for a hearty breakfast off of a limited menu plus water, coffee, tea, and juice.

Morning: As we travel by bus, Jack Gladstone, a native interpreter and award winning troubadour from Montana’s Blackfeet Indian Nation, will take us across the cultural bridge revealing the positive influence of the Native perspective as we experience a spiritual, musical and mythological journey in Yellowstone.

Lunch: Box lunches in the Park.

Afternoon: Following the conclusion of the days activities, we’ll return to the lodge.

At leisure until dinner

Dinner: At a nearby restaurant, we’ll enjoy a plated 3 course meal plus, water, coffee, and tea; other beverages available for purchase.

Evening: Enjoy a concert in our meeting room where recent winner of the Native American Music Award, Jack Gladstone will blend an enlightening narrative with his well crafted songs. The concert will include selections from his career, which has spanned three decades.

Lodging: Yellowstone River Motel

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Type: Motel

Description: Lodgings are located on Gardiner's main street, Park Street, on Yellowstone's northern boundary. Yellowstone's northwest entrance at Roosevelt Arch is three blocks from motel. The Gardiner Arch was dedicated in 1903 by Theodore Roosevelt. Meals served at local restaurants; sack lunches in the field. Please be aware that the single dietary requirement or preference that can be accommodated at this site is vegetarian - no meat. You may wish to bring supplementary items. Questions? Call UM-Western Road Scholar (406) 683-7302.

Contact info:
14 Park Street
Gardiner, MT 59030 USA
phone: 888-797-4837
web: www.yellowstonerivermotel.com

Room amenities: Refrigerator, microwave, in-room coffee, wireless internet, satellite TV, phone, air conditioning.

Facility amenities: Quiet, though one block from downtown. Grassy patio overlooks the mighty Yellowstone River. Within walking distance of shopping, ice cream, deli, lattes. Hair dryers, iron, ironing board available upon request

Smoking policy: No
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Additional nights before: varies
Seasonal rates; call Yellowstone River Motel for information.

Check in time: 4:00 PM


Day Five: Thursday, August 13 - All Day Field Trip to Yellowstone’s Thermal Featu...
Note: Note: Getting on/off the motor coach; Walking distances up to 1 mile on boardwalk. Walking up to 2 miles at Old Faithful on boardwalk and paved trail based on interest level.

Breakfast: We’ll walk to a nearby restaurant for a hearty breakfast off of a limited menu plus water, coffee, tea, and juice.

Morning: We’ll begin our journey on our motor coach with enlightening commentary and stops throughout, as we set out to explore the Great Caldera’s underground plumbing system beginning with a journey via Gibbon River; its graceful falls cascading over the caldera rim then crystal clear Firehole River which drains geyser basin country. Yellowstone National Park’s 10,000 thermal features – hot springs, mudpots and fumaroles – and over 300 geysers are a reminder of the area’s recent volcanic past, which laid the foundation for the worlds most diverse and intact collection of thermal activity in the world.

Our first stop will be at the Fountain Paint Pot area in Lower Geyser Basin, which, at about 18 square miles, is the largest geyser basin in Yellowstone we’ll enjoy the sounds, smell and sight of Fountain Paint Pot, named for the yellows, browns and reds of the “pots.” Your boardwalk discovery here offers beauty, grand vistas and geysers including Clepsedra and Fountain, hot springs like Silex Spring and Celestine Pool and fumaroles or steam vents such as Sizzler.

Lunch: Box lunches in the Park.

Afternoon: Visit the Midway Geyser Basin, nicknamed Hells Half Acre and home to two of the largest hot springs in the world: Grand Prismatic Spring and Excelsior Geyser. Known for its vivid colors, Grand Prismatic Spring is a result of algae and bacteria that live in the different temperature ranges of the spring, which is 200 feet deep. Excelsior Geyser is a dormant geyser which turned into a hot spring following volcanic activity in the 1890’s and now discharges more than 4,000 gallons of boiling water per minute into the Firehole River.

We’ll continue our exploration with commentary in Geyser Hill at one of the most iconic symbols of Yellowstone: Old Faithful. Famous for its height and discharge, Old Faithful erupts every 90 minutes on average and shooting up to 8,400 gallons of hot water between 100 and 180 feet into the air.

After witnessing one of the most predictable geographical features on the planet, enjoy Geyser Hill’s meandering boardwalk around the various thermal springs of the Old Faithful Historical District.

After witnessing the most predicable geothermal event on the planet, you can walk the Old Faithful boardwalk or enjoy the Old Faithful Inn, which was built by Robert Reamer during the winter of 1903-1904 and is one of the last log hotels in the country. Now a National Historic Landmark, it is rich with history.

Dinner: Enjoy this meal in the heart of Yellowstone at the Old Faithful Cafeteria. Using a voucher, choose from a buffet featuring salad, entrée, sides, and dessert, plus water, coffee, and tea; other food and beverages available for purchase.

Evening: Return to Gardiner.

Lodging: Yellowstone River Motel

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Type: Motel

Description: Lodgings are located on Gardiner's main street, Park Street, on Yellowstone's northern boundary. Yellowstone's northwest entrance at Roosevelt Arch is three blocks from motel. The Gardiner Arch was dedicated in 1903 by Theodore Roosevelt. Meals served at local restaurants; sack lunches in the field. Please be aware that the single dietary requirement or preference that can be accommodated at this site is vegetarian - no meat. You may wish to bring supplementary items. Questions? Call UM-Western Road Scholar (406) 683-7302.

Contact info:
14 Park Street
Gardiner, MT 59030 USA
phone: 888-797-4837
web: www.yellowstonerivermotel.com

Room amenities: Refrigerator, microwave, in-room coffee, wireless internet, satellite TV, phone, air conditioning.

Facility amenities: Quiet, though one block from downtown. Grassy patio overlooks the mighty Yellowstone River. Within walking distance of shopping, ice cream, deli, lattes. Hair dryers, iron, ironing board available upon request

Smoking policy: No
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Additional nights before: varies
Seasonal rates; call Yellowstone River Motel for information.

Check in time: 4:00 PM


Day Six: Friday, August 14 - Field Trip to the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone / C...
Field Trip to the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone / Canyon Visitors Education Center / Hayden Valley / Lake Hotel / Natural History of Yellowstone Lecture

Note: Note: Getting on/off the motor coach; Walking distances up to 1 mile.

Breakfast: We’ll walk to a nearby restaurant for a hearty breakfast off of a limited menu plus water, coffee, tea, and juice.

Morning: We’ll take a field trip to the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone for an interpretive walk. Learn the Canyon’s geologic story, of ice and fire, glaciers and eruptions, which created its beautifully tinted canyon walls. While on the lookout for osprey and waterfowl, experience the roar of the upper and lower falls for a combined vertical of 400 feet.

At the end of our walk, take time at the new Canyon Visitor Education Center, which reveals more of Yellowstone’s violent geologic past. With numerous unique exhibits, the Center further explains the processes by which Yellowstone was formed and the influence it has had.

Brunch: Box lunches in the Park

Afternoon: We’ll continue on the motor coach with expert led commentary along the way as we travel up the Yellowstone River to the vast Hayden Valley, a former lake bed. With short interpretive walks we will see that valley is now a grasslands habitat that supports a variety of wildlife from small animals to elk, bison, and grizzly bears. We’ll continue to its source at the Yellowstone Lake, which at 7,733 feet is the lake at the highest elevation in America and lies above significant volcanic activity from the Yellowstone Caldera.

Take some independent time to view stately Lake Hotel - the "Grand Lady of the Lake" – which was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1991, its centennial year. Architect Robert Reamer engineered its renovation in 1903, adding false balconies, ionic columns and extending the roof.

Dinner: In our meeting room, enjoy a locally catered, plated meal plus water, coffee, and tea.

Evening: Enjoy a final presentation on the natural history of Yellowstone and invaluable review to wrap up our Yellowstone discovery.

Lodging: Yellowstone River Motel

Meals Included: Breakfast, Brunch, Dinner
Day Seven: Saturday, August 15 - Program Concludes
Note: Note: Hotel check-out by 9:00 a.m.

Breakfast: Pick up grab and go meal in the hotel lobby featuring a hot breakfast burrito, gogurt, and fruit.

Morning: Independent departures or shuttle for the airport will leave after participants pick up their breakfast. This concludes our program.

We hope you enjoy all your Road Scholar learning adventures and look forward to having you on rewarding programs in the future. We encourage you to join our Facebook page and share photos of your program. Visit us at www.facebook.com/rsadventures. Best wishes for all your journeys!

Meals Included: Breakfast


Free Time Opportunities


Gardiner, MT
HikingOne trailhead 1/2 mile from lodgings; another 3/4 mile from lodgings.
Horseback RidingTrailrides provided by Rendezvous Outfitters in Gardiner, MT (406) 848-7967.
RaftingScenic float or whitewater rafting on Yellowstone River.
For additional information, visit: www.yellowstoneraft.com
Xanterra Parks and Resorts Xanterra Parks and Resorts is Yellowstone's principal concessioner and includes operations of park's lodging facilities, some campgrounds, restaurants, gift shops, interpretive tours, etc.
For additional information, visit: www.TravelYellowstone.com
Yellowstone AssociationFounded in 1933 to assist with educational, historical and scientific programs that would benefit Yellowstone National Park and its visitors. Operates book sale outlets in park visitor centers which supports expanded naturalist training and programs, finances publication of trail guides, books and pamphlets about the Park, helps with funding for museum exhibits and research equipment. The Yellowstone Association Institute sponsors outdoor courses for all age groups, some of which are especially designed for women, families and children. The Institute's purpose is to explore, understand and appreciate Yellowstone.
For additional information, visit: www.yellowstoneassociation.org
Yellowstone National ParkOfficial website for Yellowstone National Park. Information, planning a visit, history, etc.
For additional information, visit: www.nps.gov/yell/home.htm

Important information about your itinerary:
Please know that while we do everything we can to finalize all aspects of our programs well in advance, there are logistics that occasionally must be altered. Our website will reflect the most recent information, and we are committed to providing you with final program details no later than eight weeks prior to the start of programs outside the U.S. and three weeks prior to the start of programs within the U.S. If you ever have questions about your program, please don't hesitate to contact us and we will be happy to assist you.

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6 nights of accommodations
17 meals: 6 breakfasts, 1 brunch, 4 lunches, 6 dinners
4 Expert-led lectures
8 Field trips
1 Performances

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