Hiking in Yellowstone National Park is an amazing experience, but being comfortable on the trail will enhance your experience. The weather in Yellowstone can change up to 40 degrees in a matter of hours, even in July and August, so being prepared will help you both on our tours and during the rest of your stay. Alli and I always start with layers and peel them off as it warms up, putting them back on as necessary. Cotton is not a good idea here, we suggest shirts and pants that dry easily and packing more than needed just in case. If you don't have hiking boots, tennis shoes that have good grip can work but if it rains you will be soaked, so wool socks are a must. Feel free to call or email with any other questions you might have regarding what to wear and bring.
What to bring on our Hiking Tours
- Hiking boots or tennis shoes with good traction.
- Long johns under lightweight pants, fleece, wicker shirts, full rain gear
- light gloves, baseball camp, stocking camp, smart wool socks,
- 1 liter water bottle, sunscreen, chap stick SPF, sunglasses
- inhalers, epi-pen, and any medications