We go the extra mile to learn what you want to see on your lifetime adventure out West.
Intense birder looking to check off a new bird on your lifetime list? Earth scientist who has never seen the Rocky Mountains’ youngest range? A foodie who wants to savor the wild game of Wyoming? Someone who just loves sun and laughs?
We will take care of you.
I have been guiding guests through the parks and mountains of the west for the last twenty years. From rivers just outside Denali National Park to ski areas in Colorado and Wyoming, giving guests an amazing adventure in nature is what I love to do! The Rockies have many special places but Western Wyoming stands on its own.
After guiding for many great companies over the years, I am now living the dream of creating my own tour business. These lands hold so many histories of people and animals; you could spend a lifetime exploring them. Let’s go get it.
You will most often find me working behind the scenes to make every trip run without a hitch.
I started guiding on rivers in Montana and Idaho almost 20 years ago. Aaron and I met as river guides in Denali National Park, Alaska, and we have been working together ever since.
I am a certified English teacher and taught middle school in Wyoming and Alaska.
I am currently working on my Wyoming Master Naturalist certification through the University of Wyoming, and love developing the educational side of the tours.
This year, in partnership with the National Park Service, we will provide a Jr. Ranger program to every kid on our tours.
I am always around to answer questions, offer itinerary ideas, or suggest some good food.
Chris is a certified master naturalist from Florida. He grew up in Fort Myers, FL, and learned what it is to love nature from his father. His father showed him to appreciate the depth of the living world and see it holistically.
When asked what his favorite animal is, Chris answered, “Whichever one I am looking at.”
His guiding experience includes kayak guiding in the Everglades and Big Cypress Swamp as well as designing active tours for an inn on Sanibel Island in South Florida.
He also served for 15 years in the US Army as a Calvary Scout and was deployed to Iraq four times.
He was drawn to the West in the military, after being stationed in Colorado Springs, CO, and spending a few years in the Rockies.
Chris is a “red meat guy”; he loves dogs and country music.