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Yellowstone National Park: Self-Driving Audio Guided Tour

1. Yellowstone National Park: Self-Driving Audio Guided Tour

Get the most out of Yellowstone with this all-in-one tour, audio guide, and map. Go at your own pace and discover the towering geysers, prismatic hot springs, and astonishing wildlife which captivate the American imagination. Follow the Grand Loop accompanied by your audio guide. Marvel at incredible points of interest along with the way. Hear the stories and history of this fascinating place, and enjoy additional text and video to make each stop come alive. Discover how to get up close and personal with geysers like the world-famous Old Faithful. Marvel at jets of boiling water bursting from the earth, and hear the geological science behind this phenomenon. Visit steaming hot springs like Grand Prismatic. See radiating bands of brilliant color, bubbling paint pots like Fountain, and sparkling waterfalls like the Gibbon Falls. Get the inside track on birdwatching, as well as the best places to catch elk, bison, grizzlies, or wolves. Let your expert audio guide be by your side as you discover the wildlife and nature of this incredible place.

Wyoming: Grand Teton National Park Self-Guided Driving Tour

2. Wyoming: Grand Teton National Park Self-Guided Driving Tour

Embark on a self-guided tour of Grand Teton National Park using an app that functions as your guide, audio tour, and map. Discover the park's most spectacular lookouts, learn about its history, and get to know the local wildlife. Start your adventure by downloading the app that will serve as your personal guide throughout this trip. Then, head to the Jackson Hole Visitor Center where you'll find everything you need to start your journey. From here, make your way toward Teton Village while you learn about the unusual history of Jackson Hole and the formation of the Tetons themselves. Your drive will take you through the Laurence S. Rockefeller Preserve, a 1,106-acre refuge within the park. See landmarks like the Chapel of the Transfiguration, a relic of a bygone era, and Mount Moran, rising a staggering 6,000 feet above the lake at its base. Drive through Colter Bay, one of the premier camping spots in the park and a great place to stop if you plan to spend the night. Visit Cattleman’s Bridge and marvel at the views from Oxbow Bend. Discover one of the clearest lakes in the whole country and take an optional ferry across the lake to a lovely lookout point. End your tour of the park at the National Elk Refuge, home to the biggest herd of elk on earth.

Grand Teton and Yellowstone: Self-Driving Tour Bundle

3. Grand Teton and Yellowstone: Self-Driving Tour Bundle

Jump into Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks and marvel at the natural beauty and fascinating history of the area. See Cattleman's Bridge, Old Faithful, hot springs, Dunraven Pass, the infamous "Zone of Death", and much more on this tour. The tour has been developed by local guides, curated by creative writers, and narrated by professional voice artists. Many stops along the tour have animated videos, enhancing the already stunning visual aspect of the tour through snapshots from earlier centuries, interior rooms, and more. Experience the Grand Teton National Park and begin at the Jackson Hole Visitor Center after downloading the app that serves as a personal guide and map. Head toward Teton Village while learning the history of Jackson Hole and the formation of the Tetons. Continue to the splendid Taggart Lake Trail, a hike that loops around a pristine glacial lake. Take in the park's largest and most impressive glacier at the spectacular Teton Glacier turnout. Next on the Grand Teton section, see the shores of Jenny Lake, one of the clearest lakes in the whole country. Pass Mount Moran, which rises a staggering 6,000 ft. above the lake at its base. Cross over the Jackson Lake Dam, which provides a stunning perspective of the true size of the mountain. Find Cattleman’s Bridge, a remnant of the days when ranchers grazed cattle in these mountains, before reaching Oxbow Bend, one of the best overlooks and opportunities for photos in the whole park. Crossing the Pacific Creek, you enter the Teton Wilderness, officially the most remote place in the contiguous US. Find the Snake River Overlook here, where one of the most famous photographs of all time was taken. Arrive at the last stop of the Grand Teton National Park portion of the tour at National Elk Refuge, home to the biggest herd of elk on earth. Adventuring through Yellowstone on this tour can begin at any one of the five entrances that follow the Grand Loop, a massive figure-eight path that goes around the entire park. Journey through the stunning West Thumb, one of the park’s largest geyser basins. Peer deep into the Abyss Pool and the many geysers, and hear accounts of how fishermen used to cook their catch in the Fisherman’s Cone. Next on the Yellowstone section, marvel at the world-famous Old Faithful geyser and the spectacular frequently occurring natural eruption. Admire the Grand Prismatic, the shockingly vibrant and largest hot spring in the USA. Stop by the Fountain Paint Pot, an incredibly colorful mud pot, and contemplate the secrets of Yellowstone’s “Zone of Death.” Continue to the tremendous Gibbon Falls and the Norris Geyser Basin, Yellowstone’s hottest basin. Cross Yellowstone’s very own Golden Gate Bridge to reach the Mammoth Hot Springs, the easiest place in the park to spot a herd of elk. Marvel at a tree so old that it has completely turned to stone over thousands of years. Crest the summit of Dunraven Pass 9,000 ft. above sea level and be rewarded with staggering views of the park, then admire the wildlife in the Lamar Valley. Finally, visit Yellowstone’s Grand Canyon and finally relax by the shores of the enormous Yellowstone Lake while watching for moose who come to drink from its waters.

Jackson Hole: National Museum of Wildlife Art Entry Tickets

4. Jackson Hole: National Museum of Wildlife Art Entry Tickets

Complete your trip to Jackson Hole with a visit to the National Museum of Wildlife Art. Discover a museum that seeks to impart knowledge and inspire appreciation of humanity’s relationship with wildlife and nature through art and education. Enjoy 14 Masterwork Galleries, the Children's Gallery, the outdoor Sculpture Trail, and the museum shop and restaurant. The museum is only 2.5 miles (about 4 kilometers) north of Jackson Town Square, and 2 miles (3.2 kilometers) from the gateway of Grand Teton National Park. Upon arrival, marvel at the museum's award-winning architecture known for its amazing synergy with the Jackson Hole landscape. Inspired by the ruins of Slains Castle in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, the 51,000-square-foot (4,738-square-meter) building overlooks the 25,000 acre National Elk Refuge. Once inside, explore a collection featuring more than 550 artists and over 5,000 cataloged items of animal art. Admire works by prominent artists — such as Georgia O’Keeffe, Andy Warhol, Robert Kuhn, John James Audubon, and Carl Rungius — and learn about the artworks with an included audio guide available in English and Spanish.  Dating from 2500 B.C. to the present, the collection chronicles much of the history of wildlife art, focusing primarily on European and American painting and sculpture. It has a particularly strong collection of American art from the 19th and 20th centuries that records European exploration of the American West. Many of these works predate photography, making them vital representations of the frontier era in the history of the United States.

From Salt Lake City: Yellowstone and Tetons Parks in 4 Days

5. From Salt Lake City: Yellowstone and Tetons Parks in 4 Days

Day one Grand Tetons National Park The Grand Tetons Mountain Range rises above a scene rich with abundant wildlife, pristine lakes, and spectacular mountain peaks. Take a walk to Inspiration Point or enjoy a scenic stroll around Jenny Lake while gazing up in awe at the surrounding landscape. Have a picnic, spot and moose or even a grizzly bear and enjoy the serenity of this remarkable place. Camp inside Grand Teton national park. Day two Yellowstone National Park The crown jewel of the National Parks! The world’s first national park. A mountain wilderness, home to grizzly bears, wolves, and herds of buffalo and elk. Visit Old Faithful and the Grand Prismatic Pool, Yellowstone Canyon, explore geysers throughout both the North and South loop. Spend two days exploring this huge and fascinating national park with your expert Guide. Don’t forget your bathing suit for a soak in Mammoths natural hot springs! Camp inside Yellowstone national park. Day three Yellowstone National Park Continue to discover Yellowstone with your guide. Go on hikes ranging from easy to moderate and 2 to 5 miles (3 to 8 km) in length, and see more spectacular volcanic features. Your guide will tailor hikes to your group's abilities and interests. Camp inside Yellowstone national park. Day four Yellowstone National Park and Rocky Mountains Get up close and personal with some wildlife with a fun and educational visit to the Yellowstone Grizzly Bear and Wolf Discovery Center this morning. This afternoon head back to Salt Lake City for your drop off at approx 4pm. This tour departs and ends in Salt Lake City.

16 National Parks Self-Guided Driving Tours Bundle

6. 16 National Parks Self-Guided Driving Tours Bundle

Start any of these tours by downloading the app that will function as your personal guide, audio tour, and map all in one. This bundle includes: Grand Canyon Yellowstone Grand Teton Rocky Mountains Great Smokies and Blue Ridge Parkway Shenandoah Acadia Sequoia and Kings Canyon Joshua Tree Arches Bryce Canyonlands Capitol Reef Zion Grand Staircase Monument Valley Marvel at a mile-deep crack in the earth at the Grand Canyon. Tour the rim, hike eye-popping trails, and learn how this awe-inspiring landscape formed. Watch Old Faithful erupt in Yellowstone, but don’t stop there! See Grand Prismatic, observe the nation’s largest bison herd, get the truth about the Yellowstone supervolcano, and more! Travel to new heights in the Grand Teton mountain range, offering unbelievable vistas, dramatic mountain passes, and tons of history. Explore Colorado’s dramatic Rockies, from gorgeous vistas to the enormous Bear Lake. Plus, learn how this park exists thanks to some very capable women. Discover why Great Smoky is the most-visited national park. Find sparkling waterfalls, verdant hiking trails, and a rich Cherokee heritage. Plus, explore little-known Civil War history at Cades Cove. Cruise through tree-filled mountains on the Blue Ridge Parkway and Shenandoah’s Skyline Drive, both of which offer perfect wilderness sights as well as plentiful wildlife and legends. Get in touch with nature at Acadia, one of the greenest places in the country. Or visit in the fall for a truly unforgettable display of autumn foliage! Visit living giants in Sequoia, home to the largest trees on Earth. Then go beyond those groves to Kings Canyon, boasting dramatic vistas for those seeking the perfect photo op. Cruise through Joshua Tree, where two deserts meet. See great desert hikes, wacky Dr. Seuss-like trees, and some of the best sunsets you’ll ever see. Discover the gravity-defying wonder of Arches, named for impossible rock formations millions of years in the making. Hear how they formed and what they meant to the tribes who lived here. Marvel at the towering hoodoos which dot Bryce Canyon. Dive into the legends behind them, including the harrowing tale of giants who were turned to stone. Visit the staggering beauty of Canyonlands, home to the stunning red desert and more canyons than you can shake a stick at. Stand atop breathtaking vistas, find a piece of history at Aztec Butte, and much more. Tour remnants of a pioneer town in Capitol Reef. Explore striking contrasts as you move from harsh desert to verdant orchards! See why Mormon pioneers thought Zion was heaven on earth! Visit natural wonders from towering rock temples to emerald pools and a hiking trail like no other. Unearth hidden secrets at the Grand Staircase. Visit a petrified forest, sparkling waterfalls, and sweeping vistas. Plus, learn about dino fossils found here! Visit the spot where Forrest Gump ended his famous run at Monument Valley! Explore this valley’s jaw-dropping mesas and spires which made it Hollywood famous.

Gettysburg: 50 Self-Guided Tours across the USA

7. Gettysburg: 50 Self-Guided Tours across the USA

Create your own cross-country trail, following recommended routes between 50 of the best attractions the United States has to offer. Enjoy audio and visual guides that are curated by local experts, creative writers, and professional voice artists, conveniently packed into the Action Tour Guide App. Start your adventure at Gettysburg Heritage Center, and explore the Civil War's most important battlegrounds. See the roots of the revolution in Boston and Philadelphia. Visit Lexington and Concord to imagine the famous “shot heard ‘round the world”. Drive out to Cape Cod or Cape Ann for the unique shoreline and quaint New England towns. Turn back time at the Gilded Age mansions in Newport. Roll down your windows on the Pacific Coast Highway, and take in the majesty of Big Sur. Head west to Utah’s “Mighty Five” national parks, and admire each breath-taking landscape. Swing north to Yellowstone, home to volcanic springs and the Old Faithful geyser. Take your time completing each tour and choosing your ideal route after browsing all 50 options. Stay entertained along the way with texts and visuals that accompany each audio guide. The hardest part is deciding where to start.

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What people are saying about Wyoming

There was a road block, so I had to go around counter clockwise. Then come back clockwise to make the tour work right. But it works great as long as your going in right direction. I paid for 2 and only needed 1. Mistake when getting the app online.

The gallery experience was top-notch. My husband and I make it an activity to visit galleries when we travel. This one has become one of our favorites. The outside sculptures were a surprise, which will make a fun sight for young children.

Housed in an absolutely stunning building in an absolutely stunning location is an absolutely stunning collection of art. This should be part of everyone’s trip to Jackson and it’s surroundings.

We were amazed at all of the displays, sculptures and paintings. We were especially struck by Andy Warhol's section.

The audio for the tour was great. Very interesting!