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Yellowstone Nat'l Park


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Yellowstone Nat'l Park


 “Nowhere else in any civilized country is there to be found such a tract of veritable wonderland made accessible to all visitors, where at the same time not only the scenery of the wilderness, but the wild creatures of the Park are scrupulously preserved..."

-Theodore Roosevelt, 1903

The world's first national park remains the stunning crown-jewel of the American West.  Containing 60% of the world's geothermal geysers and nearly 9,ooo square kilometers of unparalled landscapes, the Yellowstone National Park experience is both uniquely exciting and serene.  

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Gardiner, Montana


Gardiner, Montana


Gardiner, Montana is home to the historic Roosevelt Arch, the North Entrance to Yellowstone Park.  This charming 800-person town hosts some 800,000 annual visitors while maintaining it's quaint and relaxed character.  With the Gallatin Wilderness to the North and West, Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness to the East, and, of course, Yellowstone National Park to the South, Gardiner is literally surrounded by beauty.

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Eat Well


Eat Well


Dreamcatcher offers complimentary morning muffins, breads, and hot afternoon cookies.  For the more ravenous, Gardiner restaurants offer award-winning cuisine from the more sophisticated to the most hardiest of appetites.

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Raft the Yellowstone


Raft the Yellowstone


Spanning the roaring Yellowstone River makes Gardiner the ideal location for whitewater rafting.  Spend the day seeing Paradise Valley from a unique and breathtaking perspective.  You won't regret it.

Yellowstone Raft Company 
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Get Out There...


Get Out There...


From Gardiner to Livingston, MT is a 50 mile stretch of nature and highway known as Paradise Valley.  True to it's namesake, the valley is flanked by the majestic Absaroka and Gallatin Mountain Ranges and home to some of the world's best fishing, hunting, hiking, and photography.  Or, head directly up the Jardine Road (5 miles) to beautiful Bear Creek Trail and beyond, for horse riding and private, primitive camping.