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Gary Fales Outfitting

#13 of 30 Tours in Cody
Cody, WY, USA
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Dilyn G wrote a review Mar 2021
4 contributions1 helpful vote
This trip was nothing short of amazing!! Dean, our guide, was a wealth of knowledge and got us through a lot of the park even with it being shut down for plowing. He even helped my now fiancé propose to me by suggesting a great place to do it!! This is a must do trip for anyone wanting to see the beauty of Yellowstone in Winter!!
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Date of experience: March 2021
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Chris M wrote a review Feb 2021
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Wow, what an experience. This was our second time taking the two day trip, East to West and back with Dean. The scenery and experience of the park was of course breathtaking, but I must say the best part of this experience was the personalized, professional, and insightful service provided by Dean. I've made over 50 lifetime visits to Yellowstone Park and thought I knew it well--but two trips with Dean have illuminated me to new experiences, facts, and insights about the park. I highly recommend this experience. Incredible!
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Date of experience: February 2021
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Robert N wrote a review Feb 2021
Welkom, South Africa171 contributions32 helpful votes
What a fun day Terry, our outfitter and guide, provided us on the snowmobile tour. We live 5 miles from Gary Fales Outfitting and frequent Yellowstone National Park monthly but from the experience Terry had, we learn so much more about the park and the area. Gary Fales Outfitting provided us with great information prior to the day and all the gear we needed on the day or our trip including gloves, a helmet, snowmobile bibs and a coat to keep us warm and protected for the day. The snowmobiles ran flawlessly and Terry provided us adequate safety information so there were no accidents. If you want to snowmobile in Yellowstone, this is the best way to do it. Thanks to Gary Fales Outfitting and Terry for a fabulous day.
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Date of experience: February 2021
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Ken F wrote a review Jan 2021
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Our family of (5) were treated to an incredible 2-Day snowmobile adventure, RT from Cody with an overnight in West Yellowstone, MT. We enjoyed evey minute of it! Gary Fales Outfitting took really good care of us, with the proper clothing, surperb machines and a very, PROFESSIONAL guide, Terry. He was patient, answered all our questions, and did all he could to insure that we enjoyed our trip!..........AND WE DID! We COULD NOT HAVE HAD A BETTER GUIDE! We can now mark this off our bucket list with an exclamation! THANK YOU SO MUCH, Terry & Gales Fales Outfitting! Ken, Catherine, Katie, Max, & Daren
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Annette B wrote a review Feb 2020
Powell, United States8 contributions5 helpful votes
We booked a guided snowmobile tour through Yellowstone for our family of 4 with Gary Fales Outfitting. And, we couldn't have been more pleased. Our guide was top notch, the sleds were very comfortable and nice, The communication between ourselves and DeDe were constant and rapid. Seeing Yellowstone in the winter is a definite must do. We live in Cody and visit Yellowstone often during the other seasons but this was a unique, rare opportunity to see the raw nature of our beautiful park with very few other visitors. The tour lasted till roughly 430 in the evening. We took the North route and visited Mud Volcano, Lower Falls and Artist Point. We were able to see bison, fox, swans, elk, and deer up close. Our guide was not rushed which allowed my daughter, a budding photographer, plenty of opportunity to take pictures. Our tour warmed up twice in the Fishing Bridge warming hut and then the Canyon Visitors Center. We were chilly but the suits provided by the outfitting company was very much appreciated. Wear multiple layers, pack snacks and a good lunch, have your driver's license and credit card (for gas) available and enjoy this most amazing place.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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