Your host reveals over 60 years of personal experience in Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks. Set up section by section as you drive your car through the parks so you won't miss anything. Know where and when to see bears, wolves and other wildlife. Discover easy yet virtually unknown trails that lead to hidden back country pools, mud pots and waterfalls where you will have the entire place to yourselves. See Old Faithful from the best vantage point and also catch Grand Geyser which is the largest predictable geyser in the world and get sprayed with water that hit the ground as rain over 400 years ago from Beehive. Visit the Upper and Lower Falls and the gorgeous Grand Canyon of Yellowstone and see them from the best and most historic vantage points including the famous Moran bench. Take a mountain bike ride to hidden waterfalls and back country geysers and visit a petrified forest where you will see 50 million year old trees. I will even tell you how and when to visit the seldom seen Bechler region of the park which holds 70% of the parks waterfalls and where you can swim in hot pools and walk behind 200' tall waterfalls.You will also learn the best day hikes and biking opportunities in Grand Teton as well as the not to be missed stops along the way. I will also give you info on where to stay and dine in Jackson Hole and West Yellowstone so listen up if you want to explore Yellowstone like a local!
July and August 2021 in Yellowstone & Grand Teton-what to expect when you arrive this summer.
This podcast covers what to expect when you arrive in Yellowstone this summer for vacation.
We cover how busy the parks are as well as West Yellowstone and Jackson Hole. We cover the vitally important tips from the guidebook that you MUST follow to have a nice enjoyable vacation this summer.
We then go over the new additions to the guidebook about how to be good Stewards of Yellowstone Park and our new Explorer Skills Challenge where you can get a free t-shirt and notoriety on our website when you solve some really fun riddles and puzzles and send us some pics of the places you visit in the parks.
We have 3 levels; easy, moderate and the really tough and interesting Teddy G level. And if you solve all 3 levels, you can even win a cash prize to enjoy as well as a t-shirt of your choice.
We also cover how the Firehole and Boiling River Swimming areas are closed for 2021 but hip you to all the other places you can swim in Yellowstone. As well as some changes we made to our website and why and when you can book your fall nix spring 2022 tours with us.
What's open and closed in Yellowstone and Grand Teton in 2021 as well as new flights into West and how to beat the crowds and info on parking your RV.
This podcasts covers when the parks open and more importantly when you should plan on arriving. We cover what will and won't be open in the parks this summer as far as dining and visiting public buildings and attractions. We also cover your flying options this summer with the new flight options from United Airlines right into the West Yellowstone airport and the shortage of rental cars those added flights have caused.
We also cover what to expect as far as crowds go this year and how to beat those crowds on a daily basis regardless of when you arrive.
And for those of you that are arriving with a camping trailer in tow or are driving a motorhome and looking for a place to park it, I cover that here as well.
Hiking in Yellowstone and Grand Teton. Get right up into the spires of the Tetons. Find the best places to day hike and get away from all the crowds in Yellowstone then soak in a hot pot and walk behind a huge waterfall and also the best hikes for kids.
This podcast covers hiking in both Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks. I first cover hiking in Grand Teton and get you right up into the craggy spires of the Tetons where the peaks are shooting up all around you and even get you to a glacier you can slide down if you like. I'll tell you the 3 best hikes for this and also tell you a few hikes to avoid.
Then we cover the best of the best day hikes in Yellowstone where you can get off the beaten path and away from all the crowds and explore some of the best hot pools and geysers in the Yellowstone backcountry where you will have the entire place to yourself and most of these great spots are not shown on any maps but I'll tell you how to get there and what your going to see.
We then cover longer and overnight hikes in Yellowstone and then finish off with the beautiful Bechler Region of Yellowstone also known as the Cascade Corner section of the park where 75% of the parks waterfalls are located and where you can soak in a hot pot all afternoon at the base of a huge waterfall or swim in Mr. Bubbles, the largest natural hot pot in the park and then get you to a spot where you can swim in a hot stream after you got soaked at the base of Union Falls which is the largest double falls on earth and is shown on the cover photo of this podcast.
I cover what maps you will need and how to reserve a backcountry campsite and tell you the best ones to get and where to hike when most of the park might be snowed in and I also give you a bunch of hikes which are suitable for small children who are big hikers.
Important Tips that will help you have the best vacation possible to Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks.
This podcasts is designed to be used in partnership with ALL my other podcasts. It is basically the Introduction to all the podcasts and how they work in conjunction with the guidebook. And you only need to listen to this podcast one time but it is vital that you do.
In this podcast I cover all the very important tips you simply must follow in order for you to have a successful trip to the parks. Things like your cell phone won't work when you enter the gates, how to break down Yellowstone into manageable bites, what you need to do before you enter the gates and how to follow the rules as set forth by the NPS.
Everything you need to know so you have a successful and really fun and enjoyable trip to Yellowstone and Grand Teton is in this podcast.
Fun things to do outside the parks. Riding ATV's, Fly Fishing, Mountain Biking, Kayaking, Rafting, Hiking and the best Golf Courses.
This podcast covers all the fun things you can do just outside of Grand Teton and Yellowstone parks. We cover how West Yellowstone is the Fly Fishing capital of the world and why movie stars, sports stars and now you flock to West Yellowstone to go fly fishing. We then cover all the golf courses in the area including golfing right in front of the Tetons and how to dodge a moose while golfing and then get you to a great Arnold Palmer designed golf course up at Big Sky.
We then cover where to rent and ride ATV's including the new and very safe side by side units including riding on the unbelievable Idaho Dunes where you can ride a bad ass unit up and down 500' tall sand dunes that are only an hours drive from both Jackson Hole and West Yellowstone.
Then we jump on a mountain bike and ride along the wildflower strewn meadows of the CDT Trial and we also cover and advanced mountain biking tour to the very seldom seen Goose and Otter Lakes.
We then go over the best places to raft. We cover the Gallatin River where they filmed the movie A River Runs Through It with Brad Pitt and its super fun rapids topped off with a dip in a hot tub. We also cover a leisurely float down the world famous Madison River with a picnic lunch on its banks along the way and a stop at the Grizzly Bar on the way back to town.
We then cover padding your own SUP or kayak on the calm turquoise waters of Wade Lake which look like you are in the Caribbean and then boating on Lake Hebgen where you can find a couple rope swings to get wet on a warm day.
We also cover where you can navigate your own kayak down the South Fork of the Madison River as it exits Yellowstone Park and have a great chance to see a moose along the way.
We then cover Lake Henry's where I grew up as a kid every summer for 40 years where you can catch a trophy trout that is worth mounting in your home.
Where to Hot Pot, Get under a Huge Waterfall, Cliff Jump and Swim in Yellowstone Park.
This podcast covers all the places that you can swim, get in a hot pot, get under a huge waterfall and swim in Yellowstone Park.
We cover the Roaring Springs area up by Mammoth/Gardiner and the Firehole swimming area near Madison Junction which are the only two places the NPS advertises on their website that you are allowed to swim in Yellowstone.
But for all my Explorers out there, I also cover where you can get right into and underneath 4 huge waterfalls and have their thermally heated water pouring all over you. Where you can soak in a hot pot and where you can cliff jump and do it all legally within the NPS rules.
I also cover the best and safest spot to take small kids who want to take a dip while they are on their Yellowstone vacation.
I also explain exactly what you are NOT supposed to do so no one gets hurt.
Must have for Yellowstone park.
These podcasts and the guidebook that goes along with them are a total must have for any trip to Yellowstone national park. Not only will teddy get you to the coolest spots in the park (and with the least amount of people), but he also gives you the best Info for lodging, eating, and shopping during your trip. Every place he has sent me both in the park and out have been amazing, I can not recommend it enough, If you what to have a amazing time in Yellowstone make sure you listen and pick up the guidebook.
Don’t go to Yellowstone without listening to these podcasts and buying the book!
We have thoroughly enjoyed listening to these podcasts for the past six months leading up to our trip to Yellowstone and of course purchase the book. I can’t say enough good things about this. My husband and I have thoroughly enjoyed listening to all of the podcasts and reading the book. Our trip has been vastly improved over what we would’ve done if we didn’t have Teddy’s knowledge! We celebrated our 31st wedding anniversary at one of his recommended restaurants and even went out to Wade Lake and kayaked today and it was absolutely beautiful! Thanks for putting this all together for us!
Best Yellowstone podcast
I love this podcast and can’t wait to go later this year! I’m also hoping I run into him in town so I can sit down and buy him a bear.