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!
|Circle of Fire – 2016 Estimated Dates & Rates|
|Pick Up Location||Operating Dates||Days of the Week||Check-In||Return Time||Adult Rate||Child Rate (3-11)|
|Canyon||6/4/16 – 9/17/16||Daily||7:45am||4:15pm||$75||$37.50|
|Fishing Bridge RV Park||5/28/16 – 9/17/16||Daily||9:15am||6:00pm||$75||$37.50|
|Lake Hotel||5/28/16 – 9/17/16||Daily||9:30am||6:15pm||$75||$37.50|
|Bridge Bay Campground||5/28/16 – 9/4/16||Daily||9:45am||6:30pm||$75||$37.50|
|Old Faithful Inn||5/28/16 – 9/17/16||Daily||8:15am||4:30pm||$75||$37.50|
|Grant Village||5/28/16 – 9/17/16||Daily||9:15am||6:30pm||$75||$37.50|
*Children Under 3 Free.
good overview tour
Nice overview of the highlights of the park. The guide was knowledgeable and engaging. We were a bit short on time in the park so having someone take us around and not having to find places on our own made it more enjoyable. Definitely recommend.
good tour-great guide
We didn't want to have to drive far around the park, so we took this bus tour. We enjoyed it a lot. The best part of it was our guide Mihail --very knowledgeable, helpful and polite. We thought that we could have skipped or spent less time at Madison, and we would have loved to have stopped at the Norris Basin.