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Up to 4 Passengers – additional passengers extra
Pay Your Deposit By :
|September 15||October 15||November 15||December 15|
Standard PriceTravel During September
Peak PriceTravel During June, July, and August
Extras / Add-Ons :
|Additional Passenger (maximum of 3)||$600 / each|
|Extra Night at Existing Campsite||$600 / night|
|Optional Add-On Excursions||See Below|
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Overview Of Glacier, Yellowstone & Grand Teton
For those who crave mountain scenery and don’t mind doing some hiking, you’ll visit some of the west’s most incredible landscapes on this trip. Get up close to one of Glacier National Park’s 25 glaciers by boat and foot. Tour in a historic Red Jammer Bus, or take a cultural tour with the Blackfeet Indian tribe, who’ve been watching over this area for centuries. Visit Yellowstone, America’s first National Park, with its geysers, bubbling mudpots, steam vents, and waterfalls. The wildlife watching is incredible, with good chances of seeing bears, elk, bison, deer, mountain goats, and big horn sheep, along with eagles and other birds of prey. Included with this trip is a day with your own private guide to give you a look at “hidden” Yellowstone. Head into Grand Teton National Park for hiking, paddling, floating, and more wildlife viewing. Finish your trip with a night in the quintessential western town of Cody, Wyoming, home of the Cody Nite Rodeo.
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Billings – 1 night
Fly into Billings and check into your hotel where there are bikes you can borrow to go exploring. Visit the Billings Zoo or take a stroll in Billings’ Historic District to visit the train depot, museums, and art galleries.
Billings to Great Falls: 230 miles
Great Falls – 1 night
This is a great stop on your way to Glacier National Park. Learn how to set up and hook up your RV. Visit the Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail Interpretive Center or visit the C.M. Russell Museum.
Great Falls to Glacier: 180 miles
Glacier National Park – 3 nights
Explore magnificent glaciers by boat or historic bus. Watch for mountain goats, the official symbol of Glacier National Park. Go hiking!
Glacier to Helena: 250 miles
Helena – 1 night
Helena is a great stopping point on the way down to Yellowstone. Visit historic museums and trains in Montana’s state capital.
Helena to Yellowstone: 190 miles
Yellowstone National Park (western side) – 2 nights
Yellowstone is the place to see abundant wildlife on a guided private tour (included in trip price), and to marvel at the other-worldly geysers and hot pools.
Yellowstone to Grand Teton: 80 miles
Grand Teton National Park – 2 nights
The Tetons are the perfect backdrop for hiking, paddling, swimming, and enjoying time at Jenny, String, or Leigh Lake. The Cascade Falls hike is worth the effort!
Grand Teton to Yellowstone: 80 miles
Yellowstone National Park (eastern side) – 2 night
In this part of the park, explore the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone. Add on a horseback ride.
Yellowstone to Cody: 95 miles
Cody – 1 night
Spend your last night enjoying the Cody Nite Rodeo in this western town (tickets to rodeo included in trip price).
There are hundreds of guided experiences you could do along the way. These are the ones we think are worth your time and money. Keep it simple or load it up! Your Trip Planner will help you decide which ones are right for you. Prices are below with the descriptions and are subject to change by the suppliers.