Enjoy breathtaking scenery, iconic American attractions, wonderfully diverse cities and quaint small "Norman Rockwellian" towns during this fun-filled expedition!
Beautiful scenery and parts of the Wild Wild West which aren’t quite so wild anymore are all part of this great varied tour.
Salt Lake City
History, culture, restaurants, and over twenty art galleries all located just in the downtown area alone makes Salt Lake City the perfect spot to relax, enjoy and explore. Make plans to tour the Natural History Museum and the Utah Museum of Fine Arts. Or marvel at the wonderful aquatic wildlife found at the Living Plant Aquarium.
A thirty five acre complex located in the middle of downtown Salt Lake City and owned by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, daily tours are offered by Missionaries and Docents.
Spend some time exploring this exciting city full of fantastic restaurants, shopping, museums and more. Or hit the slopes for a day of fun in the snow.
Grand Teton National Park
Marvel at jagged snow covered peaks, pristine roaring streams and see majestic elk, bald eagles and bears up close.
Yellowstone National Park
Home to the majority of the world’s geysers including Old Faithful, Yellowstone National Park is one of the last natural ecosystems available for touring and exploring.
Approximately every half hour Old Faithful erupts with a blast of steam and scalding water shooting over 60 feet into the air. The attraction also has a snack bar, gift shop and petting zoo featuring the famous Tennessee Fainting Goats.
Mammoth Hot Springs
Consisting of an extensive complex of hot springs, it was created thousands of years ago as hot water from the springs cooled and formed calcium carbonate deposits. The springs flow over a hill of travertine terraces, many of which change form daily due to the force and flow of the water.
1 ½ days aboard the Montana Daylight Train
Ride the rail along the famous Northern Pacific route through the magnificent Montana Rockies. You’ll ride in style in restored 1940’s and 1950’s rail cars on a trip that is both scenic and historical!
Located in the Grand Teton National Park, Colter Bay is part of the Jackson Lake and along with an eco-friendly resort there are lake tours, horseback riding, a wonderful museum and miles of hiking trails.
Settled around 1860, Missoula is often called “the Garden City” because of its lush green forests and landscape. Plenty to do in Missoula from exploring local breweries to panning for gold, Missoula will surprise you with all it has to offer.
Spokane is surrounded by sparkling lakes so there are plenty of wonderful water activities including boating and fishing when spending time here. Centennial Trail is perfect for walking or biking. There are also numerous great courses for the golfer in the family. Make sure you explore Riverfront Park and the Bing Crosby Theater.