reader-travel-tip2A Great Way to See Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks
Each Friday, we’re featuring a reader-submitted tip as our Travel Tip of the Day. This week’s tip comes from reader Sue H., who says:

“We recently visited Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks and rented GaperGuide, a GPS-generated tour. It was an excellent tour with the guide describing the area we were passing through and including several areas we would have missed (even though we did extensive research prior to the trip). We picked up the unit in Jackson and returned it in west Yellowstone several days later.”

As I learned last week on my epic roadtrip, it’s an amazing part of the country, even without a guide. Next time, I’ll have to check out GaperGuide! Thanks, Sue!



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2 Comments On "Reader Travel Tip of the Day: A Great Way to See Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks"
  1. Linda|

    A great timely tip. We are heading thru Yellowstone on our cross country trip back home to Toronto from Vancouver. Will let you know if we try this!

  2. John|

    Thanks for the great tip. We used Gaperguide on our trip to Yellowstone in October and loved it. We rented it in West Yellowstone and dropped it off two days later in Gardiner. I truly believe we would have missed some great sites without it. It was great knowing what was coming up before we got there and the historical facts were really interesting. Another important heads up was given for bathrooms along the way. The lots with buses would be packed but the smaller stops had no waiting.

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