Favorite Gear for Your Yellowstone Vacation

After many trips to Yellowstone, Grand Teton, Glacier and the Black Hills, we've created the ultimate packing list. Use it to spend more time outside and less time shopping for items you forgot.
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Yeti Rambler Tumbler 20 oz

Yeti Tumblers

Keep your hot drinks hot and your cold drinks cold for hours and hours with this amazing insulated tumbler. Plus, it helps you reduce your trash footprint in the park. 

$29.99; www.yeti.com

Lowa Locarno GTX Lo

Lowa Locarno GTX Lo

New from LOWA in spring 2018, you can wear these comfortable day hiking shoes to dinner, on the Grand Prismatic boardwalk and up Mount Washburn. They are available in three colors. 

$190; www.lowaboots.com

Chaco Z/2 NPF Grand Canyon

Chaco Mens Sandal in Grand Canyon Design

Chaco partnered with National Park Foundation for this design. These ultra-comfortable sandals with thin double straps make them dry quickly and feel light. 

$130; www.chacos.com

Patagonia R1 Fleece Hoody

Patagonia Fleece Hoody

This midweight layer treated with odor-reducing Polygiene is great for huge temperature swings. Light and warm, it proved to be an essential layer for our testers in four national parks. 

$159; www.patagonia.com

Montbell Power Head Lamp

Montbell Headlamp

With four settings, one a blinking light, this head lamp features a double-click button that prevents it from accidentally turning on in your daypack or pocket. 

$34; www.montbell.us

Smartwool Merino 250 Baselayer Crew

Smartwool Merino Crew Shirt

You'll never want to take off this super-soft baselayer. It's great for cool morning hikes and around the campfire. But you'll find yourself wearing this versatile top in and around town. 

$95; www.smartwool.com


The Roosevelt Arch at Yellowstone's north entrance at Gardiner, Montana

How Much Does Yellowstone cost?

Entrance to see Old Faithful, the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone and other wonders of America’s first national park comes with a small price tag.