9 Days - Departs August 5


-Salt Lake City
-Jackson, WY
-Grand Teton National Park
-Yellowstone National Park
-Helena, MT
-Gates of the Mountain Cruise
-World Museum of Mining
-Glacier National Park
-Coeur d'Alene
-13 Meals


Day 1: Salt Lake City
Jet to Salt Lake City, nicknamed the “Crossroads of the West.” The city lies in a spectacular setting at the foot of the Wasatch Mountains. (D)
Day 2: Jackson
Head to Jackson, Wyoming, within the beautiful Jackson Hole Valley filled with lakes, meadows and rugged mountain peaks. The town of Jackson is famous for its Old West atmosphere with raised wooden sidewalks, old-fashioned storefronts. (B)
Day 3: Grand Teton National Park
Travel to majestic Grand Teton National Park with its dozen craggy cloud-high peaks. It is considered to be the most outstanding alpine range in North America. Enjoy lunch in the Mural Room at Jackson Lake Lodge. At one end of the dining room is a wall made of glass providing panoramic views of Mt. Moran and the Grand Tetons. Continue on to Gardiner, Montana which has served as a main entrance to Yellowstone National Park since its creation in 1872.  Spend the next two nights at Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel. (B, L)
Day 4: Yellowstone National Park
Many scenic delights are in store as you tour a portion of America’s oldest and most famous national park, Yellowstone. This magnificent geological showplace boasts more geysers and hot springs than the rest of the world put together. A picnic lunch is included during your tour with a local guide who will provide more insight into these natural wonders including the legendary “Old Faithful.” Return to your hotel for the night. (B, L)
Day 5: Helena
Head to Helena, Montana, the Queen City of the Rockies. The town owes its existence to some prospectors who found gold where the city’s main street now runs. Upon arrival, climb on board the Last Chance Tour Trolley for a narrated tour to see the opulent mansion district, the Cathedral of St. Helena, the State Capitol building and the governor’s mansion. End the day with a delightful cruise. As you sail along, it looks as though the way is blocked by rock walls. Then, as you come nearer, they appear to swing out like gates. Lewis and Clark gave the area the name, “Gates of the Mountains.” Spend the night in Helena. (B, D) 
Day 6: Kalispell
Head to Butte. Once called the Richest Hill on Earth, it began as a mining town in the late 19th century. Learn more about the early days with a visit to The World Museum of Mining, one of the few museums located on an actual historic mining site, “The Orphan Girl Mine.” Within the museum is an extensive collection of historic mining equipment and old photos and a faithfully reproduced 1890's mining town, Hell Roarin’ Gulch. Continue on to Kalispell, surrounded by dense forests, lakes, rivers and mountains, and the gateway to Glacier National Park. T(B)
Day 7: Glacier National Park
Experience Glacier National Park, known as the “Crown of the Continent.” It contains a million acres of the finest mountain scenery in America. Climb on board the popular red buses and wind past forests and lakes on the Going-to-the-Sun Road, acclaimed as “the most beautiful 40 miles in the world.” (B)
Day 8: Coeur d'Alene
Continue on to Coeur d’Alene a beautiful resort on a picture-perfect lake. Twenty-five miles long, it is surrounded by mountains and lush forest. End the day with a Farewell Dinner. Spend the night at the Coeur d’Alene Inn. (B, D)
Day 9: Home
Travel to Spokane, Washington, for your flight home. (B)

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