DURATION: September 12-21, 2021 | 10 Days
DEPARTING: Des Moines, IA | Council Bluffs, IA | Omaha, NE | Lincoln, NE
PRICE: $1,499 Per Person, Double Occupancy | $1,789 Single
$75 Deposit per person.
PRICE EXCLUDES: Any Private Expenses | Room Service Fees
INCLUDES: 9 Nights’ comfortable accommodations
12 Meals: 9 breakfasts, 3 lunch/dinners | Admissions for Listed Attractions | Tour Coordinator | Touring Motor Coach with Onboard Entertainment | Luggage Handling

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HIGHLIGHTS

Great Platte River Road Archway Monument – Spanning 310′ over Interstate 80, the Archway represents 170 years of America’s westward movement.

National Historic Trails Interpretive Center – Interprets the significant role of the area’s historic trails in the history of the U.S. The Oregon, Mormon, and California trails all converge at this point.

Flathead Lake Boat Tour – Framed by the Mission Mountains to the east & Salish Range to the west, Flathead Lake is a picturesque setting unrivaled.

Glacier National Park Tour – Lake McDonald is the largest lake in Glacier National Park about 10-miles long and a mile wide. We’ll take a scenic tour providing full views of the stunning mountains, so have your camera ready!

Terry’s Bison Preserve – Ride the train out to the middle of the herd.

Montana Grizzly Encounter – in Bozeman – the largest grizzly preserve and sanctuary in the U.S.

Museum of the Rockies – Preserving and interpreting the natural cultural history of the North Rocky Mountains.

Yellowstone National Park – First national park in the world, known for its wildlife & many geothermal features, such as Old Faithful geyser.

Grand Teton National Park – Gateway to Yellowstone, the Tetons rise above a scene rich with extraordinary wildlife, pristine lakes & alpine like scenery, known as the mountains of the imagination.

Conrad Mansion – Beautifully preserved mansion built in the late 19th century, complete with original family furnishings.

Golden Spike Tower – A panoramic view of Union Pacific’s Bailey Yard, the world’s largest railroad yard with 315 miles of track accommodating more than 150 trains.