The Yellowstone Arboretum, in coordination with ZooMontana, is pleased to offer our "Out on a Limb" Walking Tour of the arboretum. This guided tour welcomes the visitor to the workings of an Arboretum. Here you can learn the history of the trees and their survival in our harsh Montana climate. Meet the usual, the not-so-usual, the native trees and the "where did that come from" trees. The Arboretum encompasses 70 acres where the trees connect the Zoo animal habitats and the beautiful gardens that make up ZooMontana, all on paved pathways. Available any season. All groups are welcomed both large and small !
If you have a group or organization that is interested in our "Out on a Limb" tours please feel free to contact the Zoo coordinator to schedule a trip. Special group rates apply making this a special outing for all to enjoy.If you have any tour questions please fill out the contact form below and one of our guides will get back to you.
If you have questions about the tour itself please feel free to contact the Arboretum below.
Here's some of the up close and personal experiences you can expect along the tour!
Photos courtesy of Mary Alice Spencer - Zoo Volunteer
Maple Tree - Lynx Exhibit
Alder Cones - Aviary Exhibit
Linden Trees - Parking Lot
Perhaps the nicest stand of Lindens in the region
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