We visit all these places often, but we also get valuable information from our clients about the latest road conditions, signage, accommodations and fun things to do. Everything that we learn, including the latest on fire and weather conditions that could impact the routes of our clients, gets put into our itineraries so that everyone benefits from the latest information.
What makes us different is our collective knowledge of the places you want to visit. And we work together as a team. While you may have one point of contact through one of our Trip Consultants, nearly the entire staff will have some input into the creation of your “trip-of-a-lifetime”. This is our way of ensuring that we’ve taken care of all details.
great states to visit
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Long drives into the sunset. Short hikes to thundering waterfalls. Secluded campsites with heart-stopping views. Night skies so dark the Milky Way looks like a freeway. Yes – we do get around. Rest assured that if it’s in one of our itineraries, we’ve been there. This happy crew of National Park road trip junkies has more road and trail miles under its belt than most of us like to admit.
But the West is in our blood and we can’t get enough of it. Getting to share our love for these places with other nice people every day, well… We can hardly wait to get to work in the morning. (OK – there are some days…)
Wanderlust is definitely a prerequisite for employment with Tracks & Trails. We get out there and get the real scoop on roads, trails, campgrounds, and restaurants. We also keep tabs on what’s new from our network of people who live and work there. We read everything we can get our hands on: brochures, magazines, blogs, websites. And we get lots of great ideas and feedback from our clients.
All of this knowledge goes into each Tracks & Trails trip, making each one an incredible journey.