Grand Teton, Kayaking and Float trips

View of MT. Moran from KayakA view of Mt Moran on Jackson Lake, Grand Teton National Park WY

 

 

 

Trip Details

Coinciding with our 25th anniversary season, Rendezvous River Sports is excited to offer a unique multi-sport, overnight experience in Grand Teton National Park. On this three day trip you will enjoy touring kayaking in front of the Tetons, private camping on Jackson Lake, hiking near Mount Moran and rafting on the Wild & Scenic Snake River. Grand Teton National Park is at the heart of the Greater Yellowstone - the largest intact ecosystem in the lower 48 states and one of the Worlds largest in a temperate zone. Traveling in quiet kayaks and rafts through this wild location gives us outstanding opportunities to view animals including moose, elk, bison, grizzly and black bear, big horn sheep, mountain goats, beaver, otters, eagles, osprey and other mountain inhabitants.  

Rendezvous River Sports, has the most experienced staff in the region and we are here to help you learn to comfortably paddle your kayak and to help interpret the wonders of the youngest mountain range of the Rockies and the sparkling lakes and rivers that we will traverse. Included with your adventure are all kayaks and gear - featuring kayaks from Current Designs and Wilderness Systems, Aire Rafts, Werner Paddles, Kokatat paddle wear, comfortable PFDs from Astral and more - camping in sites only available to our guests, all group camping gear, outstanding food - with organic and locally grown selections.

While this is an active adventure there will be ample chill time at camp for fishing, stand up paddle boarding or simply relaxing and taking in the mesmerizing mountain views that never get old. Each evening will include a campfire presentation about Grand Teton National Park, other highlights of the Greater Yellowstone and fantastic stargazing under Wyoming's clear skies. This trip also includes a meet and greet event at Rendezvous River Sports the evening before your departure, transportation to and from Jackson Lake and the Snake River, a re-usable Camelbak water bottle and special interpretive activities just for kids. Sleep kits (sleeping bags and pads) and single tents are available for a small additional fee and meals begin and end with lunches on the first and last days. While nearly all dietary restrictions can be accommodated -there may be a small additional fee for specific supplemental menus. Please write info@jacksonholekayak.com for specific itineraries or any questions your may have about this trip, Jackson Hole or the Greater Yellowstone. We hope you join us.

 

Call now to make a reservation (307)733-2471 or write info@jacksonholekayak.com

Jackson Hole Kayak School is a permittee of the Bridger-Teton National Forest and an equal opportunity provider

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