Rocky Mountain High
BOOK WITH CONFIDENCE AND EXTRA FLEXIBILITY
- 7-nights accommodation in premium hotels with a private bath and/or shower
- Services of a professional multilingual Tour Manager throughout
- Enjoy a welcome reception where you will meet your fellow travelers
- Travel along America’s highest highway through Rocky Mountain National Park
- Go back in time to the wild west with a visit to historic Fort Laramie an important military outpost during America’s westward expansion
- Travel along the famed Oregon trail, the route many pioneers traversed to settle the American West
- Capture a moment in front of Mount Rushmore, a mountain carving of four American Presidents of Washington
- Discover the vast natural bounty and majesty world’s first National Park: Yellowstone
- Witness the stunning rugged peaks of the Grand Teton Mountain Range
- Experience Salt Lake City including Temple Square, home to the Mormon Tabernacle
- Transportation by a comfortable air-conditioned motor coach equipped with Wi-Fi throughout
- Hotel, state and local taxes, service charges, and porterage service (limit one piece of checked luggage per person)
- Information kit
- Airfare unless specified in the tour itinerary
- Meals are not included in order to allow for more flexibility
- Laundry, telephone, optional excursions and other items of a personal nature
- Travel Insurance
- Pre and Post Accommodation
- Airport Transfers
- Everything that is not mentioned in included
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- From price is CAD per person, based on double occupancy, and for travel in low season
- The final price will vary and is also based on the month of travel
- Prices are subject to change
- Hotel services in the United States customarily do not include breakfast. If you do not wish to have breakfast at the hotel restaurant (where available), you may frequently find coffee shops and restaurants close by which serve good and inexpensive breakfasts. Some hotels do offer a continental breakfast. Usually, this continental breakfast is basic and contains coffee and pastries. Variations between the different hotels may result in the following also being available, cereal, cheese, fruit, etc
- Each passenger traveling on an escorted tour is allowed one piece of checked baggage per person due to space limitations. Additional luggage will be charged at $7.00 per person per day (price is subject to change)
- Due to the nature of this holiday, bags are handled many times, so a durable, reasonably sturdy, and clearly labeled bag is required. The Tour Manager will issue you a special luggage tag which should remain on your customer’s bag at all times to help ensure the bag is delivered to, and retrieved from, the hotel room at each destination
- All coaches are equipped with air-conditioning and an onboard lavatory. Additionally, coaches may have the following onboard amenities: wi-fi, footrests, luggage nets, movable seats, individually adjustable air conditioning, etc
- Complimentary breakfast may be offered by a hotel and discontinued at any time with or without notice
- Child 11 years and under with 2 adults sharing existing bedding with minimum child age is 7 years (child rates are on request)
- We can not accept bookings on motorcoach tours for children less than seven (7) years of age. For all tours, children and young adults under the age of 21 must be accompanied by and share their room with an adult at least 21 years of age. Some hotels may also require that at least one of the room occupants is 21 years of age or older
- Hop aboard a covered wagon ride and enjoy a cowboy cookout while in Jackson Hole, Wyoming
- Take in the panoramic views of Temple Square during a rooftop dinner in Salt Lake City
- All optional excursions are subject to change and availability. Optional excursions are to be booked with the Tour Manager
- Pre and post accommodation
PRIVATE GROUP TRAVEL
All United States escorted tours are available for exclusive groups with a minimum of 10 rooms. Please contact us for dates and prices.
DAY 1: DENVER ARRIVAL
Upon arrival at Denver International Airport, transfer independently to your hotel and you will meet your Tour Director.
Accommodation at the Doubletree by Hilton Denver Cherry Creek, Denver, or similar
DAY 2: DENVER > ROCKY MOUNTAINS > CHEYENNE
This morning, enjoy a short city tour of the "Mile High City", including the gold-domed State Capitol whose 13th step on the west side of the building is exactly 5,280 feet above sea level - one mile high. A short distance from Denver you'll enter Rocky Mountain National Park where you'll feel like you're on top of the world. Here, 415 square miles encompass and protect spectacular mountain environments.
And if you thought the journey to the park was beautiful, just wait until you experience Trail Ridge Road. Known appropriately as the "Highway to the Sky", and offering incomparable views in every direction, Trail Ridge Road winds past countless peaks, through tundra high above the tree line, and crosses the Continental Divide at 12,183 feet. Continue to Cheyenne, Wyoming's capital city that embodies the spirit of the Old West. Considered the nation's railroad capital, Cheyenne is home to a collection of steam engines, including Old Number 4004, the world's largest steam locomotive and one of the eight remaining Big Boys on display throughout the country.
Accommodation at the Red Lion Hotel & Conference Center Cheyenne, Cheyenne, or similar
DAY 3: CHEYENNE > MOUNT RUSHMORE > RAPID CITY
Your journey begins this morning with a visit to Fort Laramie National Historic Site. Originally established as a private fur trading fort, this "grand old post" evolved into the largest and best-known military post on the Northern Plains and witnessed the entire sweeping saga of America's western expansion. Continue through the majestic beauty of South Dakota's the Black Hills to Mount Rushmore National Memorial where you'll come face to face with George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt, Abraham Lincoln, and America's rich heritage.
Accommodation at the AmericInn by Wyndham Rapid City, Rapid City, or similar
DAY 4: RAPID CITY > BIGHORN MOUNTAINS > CODY
Today, crossing back into Wyoming en route to Cody, you'll travel through Bighorn National Forest where undisturbed rolling hills, alpine lakes, craggy cliffs, thick pine forests and the Bighorn Mountains dominate the landscape. Upon arrival in Cody you'll visit the Buffalo Bill Museum. Celebrating the spirit of the American West, including the culture and art that bring the heritage of Wyoming alive, the Buffalo Bill Museum focus' on the life and times of William F. "Buffalo Bill" Cody, the town founder and a living legend. In the evening enjoy attractions that include rodeos, gun fight reenactments and cowboy music (seasonal).
Accommodation at the AmericInn by Holiday Inn Cody, Cody, or similar
DAY 5: CODY > YELLOWSTONE
Today, take an unforgettable journey into America's first national park and nature's wonderland - Yellowstone National Park. Here, the Earth is in action with geysers, mountain ranges and rivers, waterfalls, and ancient volcanoes. The iconic spots - Old Faithful and Yellowstone Canyon - will be familiar from photographs, but seeing them in person is a humbling experience. They're not just as good as you've heard - they're better. This mountain wildland is also home to eagles, grizzly and black bears, buffalo, elk and much more, so you're bound to see wildlife wherever you go.
Accommodation at the Yellowstone Park Hotel, Yellowstone, or similar
DAY 6: YELLOWSTONE > GRAND TETON > JACKSON HOLE
An exquisite mountain landscape where jagged peaks tower more than a mile above the Jackson Hole valley, Grand Teton National Park is located just south of Yellowstone. Rising above a scene rich with extraordinary wildlife, pristine lakes and alpine terrain, the Teton Range dominates the park's skyline and stands as a monument to the people who fought to protect it. A stop will be made at the Snake River Overlook, a location made famous by Ansel Adams, where views of the Snake River flowing along the mountains puts the size of the Tetons into perspective. Continue to Jackson Hole, an area encompassed on all sides by mountain barriers.
Accommodation at the 49'er Inn and Suites, Jackson Hole, or similar
DAY 7: JACKSON HOLE > SALT LAKE CITY
Today's journey takes you through scenic Southern Idaho to Salt Lake City, the Mormon state of Utah's capital & most populous city. Upon arrival, enjoy views of the State Capitol Building & downtown's historic Temple Square, home to the 6-spired Salt Lake Temple & domed Tabernacle of the world-famous Mormon Tabernacle Choir, prior to arriving at your hotel. This evening we recommend dining at The Roof Restaurant (optional). The Roof offers an extravagant buffet & inspiring views of the Salt Lake Valley & Temple Square.
Accommodation at the Hampton Inn Salt Lake City Downtown, Salt Lake City, or similar
DAY 8: SALT LAKE CITY DEPARTURE
Your tour ends upon check out from your hotel. We hope you have had a memorable journey on our Rocky Mountain High tour!