Jackson: Grand Teton & Native American Petroglyph Tour

Jackson: Grand Teton & Native American Petroglyph Tour

Activity provider: BrushBuck Wildlife Tours

From US$ 275 per person

Enjoy morning wildlife viewing in Grand Teton National Park on the way to visit a Native American Petroglyph site near Dubois, Wyoming. Guests will also view bighorn sheep wintering grounds.

About this activity

Free cancellation
Cancel up to 2 days in advance for a full refund
Covid-19 precautions
Special health and safety measures are in place. Check your activity voucher once you book for full details. Learn more
Duration 8.5 hours
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Live tour guide
Pickup included
Meet your guide in the lobby of your hotel.
Small group
Limited to 10 participants


  • View Grand Teton National Park in winter splendor
  • See Bighorn Sheep in their wintering habitat (possibly hundreds!)
  • Possible wildlife sightings of wolves, elk, moose, bison, bald eagles, and more
  • Visit Native American petroglyph's that are over 2000 years old
  • Learn about the natural history and geology that has shaped the area
Full description
Travel from Jackson Hole and and start an adventure through the breathtaking Grand Teton National Park. Make stops to observe numerous species of wildlife and take in one of the most scenic drives the American West has to offer. Explore with a professional guide who will talk to you about everything you see, and stop for a warming lunch in a small Wyoming town. Your day will include a stop at the National Bighorn Sheep Interpretive Center* (*subject to winter closure due to employee shortages in the area) that features dioramas with full-scale taxidermy mounts that recreate bighorn habitat. Enjoy interactive exhibits about wildlife management and special adaptations of wild sheep, and wildlife films. Have a chance to view bighorn sheep in their wintering grounds. It is not uncommon to see 200 to 300 bighorn sheep during this tour in the winter months. Wildlife viewing opportunities that are often encountered on this tour include bison, elk, moose, mule deer, wolves, bald and golden eagles, pronghorn, coyotes, and bighorn sheep.  After enjoying lunch at a restaurant in Dubois, Wyoming, view prehistoric Shoshone Native American petroglyphs that are thousands of years old.
  • Professional guide
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Restaurant Lunch in Dubois, Wyoming
  • Snacks & Refreshments
  • Entrance into the Bighorn Sheep Interpretive Center (if it's open. Due to national employee shortages, this facility will sometimes be closed without any notice.)
  • Use of binoculars for each guest and scope for group to share
  • National Park Entrance Fees
  • Guide Gratuity (recommended at 10-15% of tour price)
Not suitable for
  • People with mobility impairments
  • Children under 6 years
Covid-19 precautions
Safety measures in place
  • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned

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Important information

What to bring

  • Cash
  • Warm shoes
  • Warm clothing

Know before you go

  • ~ Dress in layers that you can apply or remove as the weather changes
  • ~ Note that elevations range from 6,300-8,950 feet and you may experience as much as a 40-degree fluctuation between nighttime and daytime temperatures
  • ~This tour will take place even when it is snowing, so please dress appropriately.
  • ~The National Bighorn Sheep Interpretive Center is subject to closure without notice due to national employee shortages.
  • ~Customers who do not wish to do the short hike up to see the Native American Petroglyphs can see many of the petroglyphs from the vehicle with the use of provided binoculars.
Customer reviews

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Daniel was an excellent guide. Thankfully the wildlife participated today! We saw moose, elk, bald eagles, mule deer, and a black wolf on the elk preserve. The petroglyphs we saw were spectacular. The landscape didn't disappoint either. Daniel gave us a lot of info on the geology, history and wildlife of the area. We enjoyed eating in Dubois.

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February 8, 2021

April 3, 2021

Product ID: 313698