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Camping Yosemite & Yellowstone

  • 15 Day(s)
  • Trip Code : GANUSF

Imagine a land of lava and geysers, bears and bison, mountains and glaciers-now open your eyes to the possibilities of Yosemite, Yellowstone and Glacier National Park. This ultimate journey through these iconic national parks offers the outdoor enthusiast plenty of time to spot wildlife, soak in the scenery and experience the bubbling, gushing wonder of it all-there is more geothermal activity in Yellowstone than anywhere else in the world. Even when you close your eyes, you can sense the immense beauty surrounding you.

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Day 1 Seattle

Arrive at any time.

Arrive to our joining hotel at any time. Welcome meeting in the evening.

Day 2 Coeur D'Alene (1L, 1D)

See all the hype on an orientation tour of Seattle. Enjoy the scenery en route to Idaho with its beautiful mountains, rivers, and valleys.

Our journey begins in Seattle, a magnificent city with a modern skyline of glass skyscrapers. Enjoy an orientation tour, including famous Pike Place Market, the waterfront park and the Pioneer Square. Idaho welcomes us with beautiful lakes, mountains, rivers, and fertile valleys that glaciers of the last great ice age left behind. In the evening light up a campfire and experience the first night out under the open sky! Approximate Distance: 500 km Estimated Travel Time: 7 hrs (including stops)

Day 3-5 Glacier National Park/Helena (3B, 3L, 3D)

Enter Montana and enjoy a picnic lunch at Flathead Lake. Explore Glacier NP with over 50 glaciers and 200 lakes and streams. Enjoy a boat tour of a Lewis and Clark landmark.

Explore rugged mountains, picturesque river valleys, high desert plains and distinctive small towns and historic districts as we enter the state of Montana. While driving, learn about the American bison that has one of the most dramatic stories regarding human impact on the environment. In the seventeenth century, an estimated 60 million bison roamed the plains of North America yet with the arrival of settlers, the bison were pushed out of their native land and ruthlessly hunted until, by 1890, less than 1,000 animals survived. Chill out and enjoy a picnic lunch at the largest natural freshwater lake west of the Mississippi, Flathead Lake before we enter Glacier National Park and the day with a sunset over the mountains. Approximate Distance: 450 km Estimated Travel Time: 8 hrs (including stops)

Day 6-8 Yellowstone National Park (3B, 3L, 3D)

Travel to Yellowstone, home to the most wild animals in the US. Tour the Northern Loop-Mammoth Hot Springs, Norris Geyser Basin and the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone. Take the South Loop including Old Faithful, Lake Village and Grant Village.

With over 50 glaciers in the park and over 200 lakes or streams, Glacier National Park is a must see! Chose from over 730 miles of hiking trails to really enjoy this wonderful park.From July to August, take a shuttle across the Going to the Sun Road, a spectacular 50-mile highway that clings to the edge of the world as cars and bikes cross over the Continental Divide at Logan Pass. At the end of the day as you pass through the gates and leave Glacier National Park, you may also be a changed person.

Day 9-10 Grand Teton National Park/Jackson/Salt Lake City (2B, 2L)

Enjoy the view of more than 12 peaks and take an optional boat ride on Jenny Lake. Opt to visit an authentic cowboy bar for Western line dancing or go rafting. See the sights of Salt Lake City on an orientation tour.

Today we visit "The Gates of the Mountains", one of the most widely recognized landmarks of the Lewis and Clark expedition located in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains! Great towering walls of limestone still stand guard over the river as we board a comfortable open air boat to discover what nature has to offer. Keep your eyes open for Bighorn sheep and Mountain Goats, Ospreys, Golden or Bald Eagles, vultures and falcons. Approximate Distance: 345 km Estimated Travel Time: 7 hrs (including stops)

Day 11 Tonopah (1B)

Drive the 'Loneliest Road in America' before arriving to the silver mining town of Tonopah.

Discover the wonders of Yellowstone, the world's first National Park! Yellowstone is beyond special. Geysers, waterfalls, wildlife and scenic beauty are around every corner for you to explore. In fact, Yellowstone National Park is a super volcano with the world's largest active geyser field, boasting more than 10,000 geysers. The Park is also home to more wild animals than almost anywhere else in the U.S., including roaming bison, gray wolves, elk, black bears and of course the famous grizzly bear! Get a glimpse of these fantastic animals as you don't leave a stone unturned in spectacular Yellowstone! Approximate Distance: 350 km Estimated Travel Time: 7 hrs (including stops)

Day 12-13 Yosemite National Park (1B, 2L, 2D)

Marvel at spectacular views of Yosemite's peaks and granite domes. Take hikes to majestic waterfalls, lakes, meadows and amongst giant sequoias.

Today explore the Northern Loop in Yellowstone National Park which features beautiful scenery, exciting wildlife and spectacular hydrothermal features. Discover Mammoth Hot Springs, Norris Geyser Basin and the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone! Estimated travel time in park: 4 hrs

Day 14 San Francisco (1B, 1L)

Catch a glimpse of the Golden Gate Bridge on the way into one of America's most popular cities. Take an optional cable car ride over the steep hills, or set sail to the setting sun.

More highlights await you as the South Loop goes through some of the most famous landmarks of Yellowstone, including Old Faithful, Lake Village and Grant Village. Estimated travel time in park: 4 hrs

Day 15 San Francisco

Depart at any time. We highly recommend booking post-tour accommodation to enjoy more of the city.

Drive to Grand Teton NP and view more than twelve peaks at elevation greater than 12.000 feet. Stop at beautiful Jenny Lake and take an optional boat ride across the lake to discover Hidden Falls and Inspiration Point. Grand Teton National Park highlights are numerous and each offers a better understanding of this natural phenomenon. In the afternoon we reach Jackson. Jackson's Town Square offers unique and upscale modern and western shopping opportunities and marvel at the Square's elk antler arches. Wildlife watching is easy here; elk, deer, and many other small mammals can be found throughout the valley. In the evening step back in time and enjoy a night out with a true Wild Western atmosphere at the One Million Dollar Bar, known world wide for its western dancing and live entertainment. Approximate Distance: 230 km Estimated Travel Time: 6 hrs (including stops)

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  • Trip Style: 18-35s, Small Group Adventures
  • Comfort Level: Camping
  • Physical Demands: There'll be some light walking and hiking. Suitable for most fitness levels. Nothing too challenging.

What's included?

Entrance fees to all national parks, state parks and national monuments with hiking and walking excursions. Orientation to Seattle. Boat tour at the “Gates of the Mountains.” All transport between destinations and to/from included activities.

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