"Competetitive rates compared to other private tours. A storm chaser and atmospheric modeler."


Chasing.Tours is a tour company that primarily offer private tours, on-call tours, media tours and not scheduled group tours.

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Phone 505-220-7518
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Tour guides Robert Edmonds,
Vehicles used This tour operator only operates tours where you provide your own vehicle (as well as fuel costs, hotel etc).
Why choose Chasing.Tours?
  • Tornado intercept rate more than 2X higher when compared against an MU survey.
  • A less expensive option for a small group.
  • Private individualized attention to your interests.
Company name: Storm Chase Guide

Private and personalized tours

Tour Name Price (USD)
2 week tour 2394 Per tour (but NOT per person) Price ONLY includes tour guide
1 week tour 1197 Per tour (but NOT per person) Price ONLY includes tour guide

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Name: Bill
Tour: 1 week tour
Year: 2011
Rating: 5 of 5

General review

I was fortunate enough to have robert call me up on a extremely rare chase day. there were going to be tornadoes everywhere according to the spc. Im no meteorologist, but i know enough to know a good chase day. We went out together and i felt like we were old friends. he is very good at what he does and i know because i have been out many times with others and that was exactly what they were, chasers. Robert is very adept at placing himself in position, not chasing. i felt comfortable enough with him to let him stay in my home. my only regret was my kids were not with me to see the 4 twisters we saw that day. He is a great guy, very humble. I would choose him above all others. i recommend him to anyone i know that wants to have a successful day of chasing. Call him first.


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    Robert Edmonds 11 months ago

    Hope you enjoy the photo Pauline!

    Pauline Travers 12 months ago

    Could you please tell me how I can get in touch with Robert Edmonds?? I am interested in a photo he took in the Loreburn, Saskatchewan area of the multiple tornado funnels. I was wondering how I might be able to get a digital image that I could use to produce a larger scale print without distorting the image. I think that shot is so amazing. I just love it!!!

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