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Grand Teton Dawn or Dusk Four Hour Tour

BrushBuck Guide Services’ Grand Teton dawn or dusk tours are four-hour tours centered on wildlife observation. Grand Teton National Park encompasses 310,000 acres and is home to numerous large mammals. Elk, moose, mule deer, pronghorn, bison, bighorn sheep, bear, and wolves can all be seen with Grand Teton National Park. Numerous species of birds including eagles, hawks, and owls can also be observed.

This tour also focuses on the human and natural history of Grand Teton National Park as well as the diverse geology within the park.

Private Tour Prices

Parties of 6 or more, please call for pricing.

Party Size 1-2 3 4 5 6
Total Price $400 $475 $550 $625


Public Tour Prices

$125.00 per person with a minimum of 2 guests to operate.

Tour Includes

Snacks, refreshments, binoculars for each guest, spotting scopes, and rain gear *Excludes Park Entry fee. The park entry fee is $12.00 per adult(summer) ($5.00 per adult during winter season Nov 1st-April 30th) (16 and up), good for seven days & is transferable to both National Parks.

Tour Availability

Year Round!

Additional Tour Details

Start time will vary throughout the year (sunrise and sunset times)

Cancellation Policy

Cancellation Policy: 25% of deposit will be withheld outside of 48 hours; within 48 hours the entire deposit will be withheld.


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What They're Saying...

" Our hotel recommended BrushBuck when we were looking for a wildlife tour. Our guide Polly could not have been more knowledgeable and accommodating. She took us to remote places that we never could have found on our own, and even brought along lots of great snacks. We saw herds of bison, coyote and antelope. Polly brought along super powerful binoculars and a stand, and when we saw something great she would set it up so we could watch for as long as we wanted. She has a well-trained eye, so she saw lots of animal action we would have missed. At one point Polly spotted a coyote hunting a herd of antelope, trying to make breakfast out of an antelope baby. We sat and watched the hunt, mesmerized for at least half and hour. We were prepared to leave if the coyote was successful, because we didn't want to witness THAT much nature, but amazingly the alpha female ultimately chased the coyote away. Talk about spell-bound drama. Our morning with BrushBuck & Polly was definitely the highlight of our Jackson Hole trip. "
Timber L - Boston, Massachusetts