Circle of Fire

All Day Adventure

It’s easy to spend a week touring Yellowstone, and if you did you’d still never see all the features that combine to make the world’s first national park. About 70% of the famous features lie along the lower loop of the Park’s figure-8 road system, and the best way to spend one day taking in all you can on this route is on the Circle of Fire. This is the Park’s senior (and signature!) tour, being offered for decades longer than any other. Your driver-guide will pack the day full of all of Yellowstone that he or she can, including showing you Old Faithful Geyser, Yellowstone Lake, Hayden Valley (with stops for wildlife as available), the Upper and Lower Falls of the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, and the Fountain Paint Pot Nature Trail (where all four types of Yellowstone’s thermal features may be seen). For the classic tour of Yellowstone, ride the Circle of Fire!

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Circle of Fire – 2017 Dates & Rates
Pick Up Location Operating Dates Days of the Week Check-In Return Time Adult Rate Child Rate (3-11)
Canyon 6/3/17 – 10/7/17 Daily 7:45am 4:15pm $82 $40
Fishing Bridge RV Park 5/27/17 – 9/16/17 Daily 9:15am 6:00pm $82 $40
Lake Hotel 5/27/17 – 10/7/17 Daily 9:30am 6:15pm $82 $40
Bridge Bay Campground 5/27/17 – 9/10/17 Daily 9:45am 6:30pm $82 $40
Old Faithful Inn 5/27/17 – 10/7/17 Daily 8:15am 4:30pm $82 $40
Grant Village 5/27/17 – 9/30/17 Daily 9:15am 6:30pm $82 $40

*Children Under 3 Free.

 

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Ring of Fire - Fantastic tour!

Jul 06, 2017 by Tari and Sam Pierce

We are first timers in Yellowstone and while we drove ourselves to a few spots, we wanted to take a tour as well to learn about the area. We contacted Yellowstone and heard about the Ring of Fire full day tour and jumped on it. And we were glad we did! Jackie was our tour guide and she was incredible... she knew answers to all of our questions! She was a great driver that was able to get us into parking areas, regale us will little known facts and show us additional spots that are some of her favorites. We really enjoyed the history of the area and all of the facts she knew for all of the spots we stopped. We saw a lot of animals - from American Bison to Elk and a lot of geysers, mudpots, springs, steam vents, water falls, lakes and more. Such a good tour - worth the money!

Circle of Fire tour

Jun 04, 2017 by Elissa Longfellow

This is the absolute best way to see the lower loop of the park. You learn so much and hit the major highlights: West Thumb Geyser Basin, Grand Canyon of Yellowstone, Kepler Cascades, Old Faithful, Yellowstone Lake, and we got a special stop at Brink of the Upper Falls. Nic did an amazing job making sure we saw everything and had a great time! Well worth it!

Ring of Fire Tour

Oct 02, 2016 by Valenda Berreman

Our guide, Rob, had knowledge, passion and enthusiasm during our time. Great history of the park and allowed us to take pictures and plan our next day visit to the park. We were hesitant about an 8 hr tour but well worth the time and monies spent. Highly recommend!!

Yellowstone National Park Lodges, Wyoming , USA 4.7 5.0 7 7 We are first timers in Yellowstone and while we drove ourselves to a few spots, we wanted to take a tour as well to learn about the area. We contacted Yellowstone and heard about t
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