Yellowstone National Park

Montana & Wyoming

Join us as we explore Yellowstone Country together and are challenged by some of North America’s most dazzling cycling terrain.

Tour Dates


  • August 20 – 25
  • August 27 – September 1  * Tour a go!


  • August 18 – 23
  • August 25 – 30

Tour Details

  • Duration: 7-days
  • Ride Type: Road
  • Difficulty: Intermediate / Advanced
  • Average Daily Mileage: 36 – 57
  • Price from: $2,850

A Yellowstone National Park bike tour is an otherworldly experience especially if you happen to enjoy wildlife, geysers and fabulous landscapes!

This tour spends three days in the National Park and then four days in the lesser known, but equally compelling Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. We consider Day-7’s Beartooth Pass to be one of the top three climbs on any of our 30 USA bike touring itineraries!

Although our Yellowstone tour is a great tour for the upper-intermediate rider level, it’s optional rides offer BIG challenges for the every-freak-inch (E.F.I.) type rider. For example, in the five years that we have run this Yellowstone itinerary, only five riders have ever ridden E.F.I. of this tour!

NOTE: Quite a few more riders would have ridden E.F.I., but a combination of rain and wind shut down a group outside of Cooke City on Day-6 a few summers ago.

Tour Itinerary

DAY 0 – Arrival in Bozeman
Riders either drive to fly to Bozeman, Montana. If flying, the airport is Yellowstone International Airport (BZN).
DAY 1 – Bozeman to Madison River
Standard: 34 miles with up to 1,350 feet of climbing
EFI: 62 miles with up to 2,895 feet of climbing
DAY 2 – West Yellowstone to Grant Village
56 miles with up to 3,280 feet of climbing
DAY 3 – Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone
78 miles with up to 3,775 feet of climbing
Shorter ride options are available
DAY 4 – Grant Village to Cody, Wyoming
101 miles with up to 3,255 feet of climbing
Shorter ride options are available
DAY 5 – Layover Day- Cody, Wyoming
Optional 52 mile ride and/or hike
DAY 6 – Chief Joseph Scenic Byway
Standard: 47-miles with 3,000-feet of climbing
EFI: Option: 77 miles with up to 7,300 feet of climbing
DAY 7 – Beartooth Pass to Red Lodge, MT
Standard: 44 miles with 4,200-feet of climbing
EFI: Option: 64-miles with up to 5,400 feet of climbing

Upon arrival in Red Lodge, we end at Red Lodge Ales to toss back a few celebratory brews and then pack up to shuttle back to Bozeman to end the tour.

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  • Gallatin River Canyon
  • Yellowstone National Park
  • Old Faithful and Upper Geyser Basin
  • Yellowstone Lake
  • The old west town of Cody, Wyoming
  • Chief Joseph Highway
  • Beartooth Highway


  • 7-days of guide service 
  • 6-nights of lodging
  • Meals: 5-dinners, 6-lunches & 6-breakfasts
  • Mechanical support
  • Support vehicle
  • Entrance fees
  • Energy food, snacks, and non-alcoholic refreshments

(Our group) completed the Yellowstone ride last week, it was a typical Lizard Head tour, pretty tough but doable, with some outstanding majestic scenery. (I wish) to comment on the outstanding team that lead our tour, DeAnn and Emily were such great guides, both pitched in to make sure that everything went smoothly, they are very professional and I did not hear one complaint from the group about the support. And it also helps to ride behind one of them after 5,000 plus feet of climbing.

– Bill W.

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