23408
Wyoming

Hike, Raft and Ride: The Wyoming Wilderness With Your Grandchild

Venture into the wilderness with your grandchild to whitewater raft, horseback ride and hike together. Pick up survival tips along the way while connecting with nature and each other.
Rating (5)
Program No. 23408RJ
Length
6 days
Starts at
1,749 / ADULT
1,149 / CHILD

At a Glance

See if you and your grandchild have what it takes to become a true mountain man or woman while hiking, rafting and horseback riding your way through the wilderness of Wyoming. You won’t even need your phone while staying at our authentic lodge just outside of Yellowstone National Park. Instead, find your calling as wilderness warriors by learning key survival tips in an exciting team challenge. Then, become one with the great outdoors as you paddle your raft on white-water rapids and gallop through Northern Yellowstone National Park on horseback with our experts. Alongside your grandchild, you’ll have a great time as you both yippee-ki-yay along with live Western entertainment, and learn about amazing wildlife in the great mountains of Wyoming.
Activity Level
Outdoor: Spirited
Hiking up to 4 miles on uneven rocky trails, 2 hours of rafting, and a 2-3 hour horseback ride. Some standing in a museum. Elevation 6,700’ to 7,000’.
Small Group
Small Group
Love to learn and explore in a small-group setting? These adventures offer small, personal experiences with groups of 10 to 24 participants.

Best of all, you'll ...

  • Hike through Yellowstone’s Northern Range with an expert to learn about the plants and animals that call this region home.
  • Alongside local experts, experience a Class II-III whitewater adventure through the red rock canyon.
  • Enjoy an exciting horseback riding adventure across the Northern portion of Yellowstone to experience nature like never before.
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Nora Dalimata
As a native of northwest Montana, Nora Dalimata has been exploring the natural world around her for her entire life. She attended The University of Montana, focusing on forestry and recreation management. Currently, Nora lives in southwest Montana where she can be found playing on the rivers or hiking and skiing in the many amazing mountain ranges! She has joined the Road Scholar staff this year and is looking forward to the adventures that await her.

Please note: This expert may not be available for every date of this program.

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