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Grand Prismatic Spring & Fairy FallsA magnificent waterfall and backcountry thermal features

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Waterfall, Hot Springs, and Geysers

Your day will begin with an easy hike to the Grand Prismatic Spring Overlook. From above, the spring's multicolored concentric circles are mesmerizing. We'll continue along a path to Yellowstone's tallest frontcountry waterfall, Fairy Falls, which plunges nearly 200 feet over the Madison Plateau.

After enjoying lunch by the falls, we'll continue our journey. We'll follow a stream of thermal runoff until we arrive at two very special thermal features: Imperial and Spray geysers. Once we've had time to explore this backcountry geyser basin, we'll return the way we came.



1-2 ppl: $750
3-5 ppl: $1350
each additional person: $150


1-2 ppl: $500
3-5 ppl: $750
each additional person: $125
please note: half-day tours do not include lunch

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Level 3/10

Here’s what you need


Essential Gear
  • At least three liters of water
  • Backpack. Need a recommendation? Check out Deuter!
  • Weather-appropriate clothing. For a great selection and discounts, visit our partners
  • Sunscreen
Recommended Gear
  • Hiking poles
  • Camera


Essential Clothing
  • Comfortable athletic clothing
  • Hiking boots with non-cotton socks
  • Hat
  • Dress in layers to adapt to changing temperatures

What's Included

  • Expert guides
  • Transportation
  • Lunch
Not Included
  • Park entry fees
  • Gratuity for your guide


Level 3

Easy Active - Perfect for active first timers

Level 3 trips will give you a broad sense of what hiking is all about. Test yourself on intermediate terrain, including light rock scrambles and ascending multiple peaks. The trips will invigorate you and inspire you to continue strengthening your hiking skills.


Three to five hours is standard. Prepare for the trip by jogging three miles or exercising two or three days a week.


Plan on getting starter miles under your belt. You’ll be hiking three to six miles on this trip, the average distance run in an hour-long basketball game.


You’ll be hiking on rolling terrain with bare rock surfaces, steeps, roots and small boulders.

Elevation Change

There could be up to 1,000 feet per day.


Up to 6,500 feet.


We head outside in any weather, as long as we know it's safe, and we don't let a little rain or wind ruin a chance for an adventure. You can contact us at [email protected] if you have any questions about preparing for trail conditions.