With the wealth of options for tour operators and shuttle companies, Let's Go Adventure Tours shines a bright spot in Southwest Montana. We’ve been partnering with Let’s Go for years, referring our visitors to them for a local, eco-friendly experience in Montana. Whether you’re looking for a ride from the airport, an insider’s tour of Yellowstone, or a shuttle to Montana’s top ski areas, Let’s Go Adventures has you covered. Here’s what we love about this locally-owned company.
Let’s Go Adventure Tours & Transportation embodies the spirit of the Big Sky, making access to adventure easier than ever. Founded by Bryan Batchelder, this shuttle and tour operator helps connect remote Yellowstone and its gateway communities like Bozeman, Gardiner and West Yellowstone.
Batchelder started his career as a Marine before driving tour buses in Glacier for six seasons, as well as training to be a certified naturalist. Now, as a driver operating in Yellowstone and the surrounding area, he brings his love of the outdoors to every ride.
After a long travel day, sometimes you just need a friendly face to greet you at the airport and a comfortable seat to strap into while you sit back on the way to your accommodation. Or as you head home, don’t stress about getting to the gate on time for an early morning flight. Schedule your shuttle, and know that your travel plans are in good hands.
When you like out-of-the-way adventure, with stops that aren’t on anyone’s list (or you’re traveling with a van-filling crew) it can make the most sense to go with a private driver. Let’s Go can get you there with a customizable private ride. Even if it’s just to hit the town without needing to think about who’s driving home, or a ride with all your adventure gear from one venue to the next, they can help you get there.
Yellowstone in summer holds wildlife aplenty, geothermal features that defy possibility, and views best enjoyed through the window, without having to worry about winding corners or navigating wildlife traffic jams. Stop at the top spots for the photo ops, and learn a thing or two about the area while you’re at it. Just be sure to leave a full 10 hours for your day of adventure and discovery.
While many of the park roads close to standard vehicles in winter, you can still enter from the Gardiner entrance of the park to explore Mammoth Hot Springs and the Lamar Valley. And with that drive come ample wildlife viewing opportunities and winter scenery to soak in. But winter driving isn’t for the faint of heart, so it can be a boon to pass that responsibility off to the drivers at Let’s Go Adventure Tours. You might even be able to sneak in a soak at Chico Hot Springs on the return trip!
If you’re not finding the perfect fit with a predetermined tour, it sometimes makes the most sense to choose your own adventure with a private tour. If you have a specific need for your group, or you just don’t fit the tour mold, a private tour might be the right choice for you. Go where your wanderlust takes you, and enjoy the journey.
Pair your adventure tour with a stay at a Highline Adventures property, where exploration is second nature.