Majestic West

September 17th - September 23rd, 2020

Majestic West

Utah, Wyoming, Montana

Enjoy stunning views of the American West as you make your way through Grand Teton National Park, Yellowstone National Park, and Big Sky Country on this great American adventure. Spend two nights in the cowboy town of Jackson Hole, Wyoming, the crown jewel of the Northern Rockies.

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Tour Inclusions:

13 Meals

6 Breakfast 2 Lunches 5 Dinners

Transportation

Transfers & Transportation included on tour.

Roundtrip Air

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What you'll do

Enjoy stunning views of the American West as you make your way through Grand Teton National Park, Yellowstone National Park, and Big Sky Country on this great American adventure. Spend two nights in the cowboy town of Jackson Hole, Wyoming, the crown jewel of the Northern Rockies. Marvel at Grand Teton National Park’s towering peaks, marked with mountain glaciers. Experience the Wild West as it once was at Yellowstone National Park, home to an incredible array of wildlife and Old Faithful. Search for free-ranging herds of buffalo and check off one of life’s must-dos with the thrill of seeing Old Faithful erupt.

Attractions

  • Temple Square tour with dinner
  • Jackson Hole, WY
  • Teton Scenic Float Trip
  • Grand Teton National Park
  • Yellowstone National Park
  • 320 Ranch
  • Big Sky, MT
  • Wagon Train Pig Roast

Your Itinerary

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Day One - Thursday Sept 17, 2020 - Salt Lake City - Doubletree by Hilton

Arrive Salt Lake City, the start of the “Majestic West” tour! In Salt Lake City, you will experience the beautiful landscape and historic buildings of Temple Square – one of Utah’s top tourist attractions.  Just four days after arriving in the Salt Lake valley following an arduous trek across the Great Plains, Mormon pioneers designated the location where they would build their church’s first temple in this valley. Although the Salt Lake Temple took 40 years to complete once ground was broken, the area surrounding the temple became the center of the city, due to activity at the tabernacle and ongoing construction on the temple. Salt Lake’s gridded street system places Temple Square as its origin; each address is an indication of how many blocks north, south, east or west that address lies from Temple Square.  Tonights welcome dinner reception will be at “The Garden Restaurant” with views of Temple Square and downtown Salt Lake.

(Welcome Dinner Reception)

Day Two - Friday Sept 18, 2020 - Snake River Lodge & Spa

Today we traverse the beautiful country of Wyoming on our way to Jackson Hole. Our home for the next two nights is the Snake River Lodge and Spa. This resort is situated at the base of Jackson Hole Mountain in the heart of Teton Village, just 300 feet from the world-famous Jackson Hole Mountain Aerial Tram and one mile to Grand Teton National Park.

This evenings dinner experience takes us to the Bar J Chuckwagon Western and Music Show. From early in the 1800’s cowboys rode the western range. On the cattle drive, every long, hard day in the saddle was followed by an evening meal, tall tales and music around the chuckwagon.  Originated on a working cattle ranch, the Bar J Chuckwagon takes you back to the spirit of the old west with a relaxing atmosphere,  rib stickin’ meal and authentic cowboy entertainment. 

(Breakfast & Dinner)

Day Three - Saturday Sept 19, 2020 - Snake River Lodge & Spa

Todays is certainly a bucket list experience, a scenic float trip down the majestic Snake River in the Tetons. This 13 mile float trip affords fantastic views of the Teton and Snake River Mountain Ranges and offers a variety of wildlife viewing opportunities. This area is renowned for its abundant Bald Eagle population. You will definitely see these magnificent creatures and you may also see Osprey, Great Blue Herons, Sandhill Cranes and a variety of hawks and falcons as well as our resident population of White Pelicans, a rare sight this far from the ocean. 

You will certainly have time today to enjoy the complete Jackson Hole EXPERIENCE. You may wish to take the Jackson Hole Mountain Aerial Tram and shoppe in the Teton Village or maybe a visit in town where you can find one of the iconic watering holes, rife with the history of the West which is steeped in cowboy tradition. You can straddle a saddle at the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar and listen to live music while two-stepping and boot-scooting across the dance floor.  Just around the corner from the Cowboy Bar, is the historical Wort Hotel, where more than 4,000 1921 uncirculated Morgan silver dollars are embedded in the bar, which is aptly named: SILVER DOLLAR BAR!  No trip to Jackson Hole would be complete without attending “Sunday Church” at the Stagecoach Bar, where you can dance with a cowboy or cowgirl if you so choose as the famous Stagecoach Band plays on through the night.  (Breakfast & Box Lunch)

Day Four - Sunday Sept 20, 2020 - 320 Guest Ranch

ellowstone National Park day today! Established on March 1, 1872, the park is the world’s first, and is a 3,500 square mile wilderness recreation area atop a volcanic hot spot. Mostly in Wyoming, the park spreads into parts of Montana and Idaho too. Yellowstone features dramatic canyons, alpine rivers, lush forests, hot springs and gushing geysers, including its most famous, Old Faithful. It’s also home to hundreds of animal species, including bears, wolves, bison, elk and antelope. Lower Falls, the biggest waterfall in Yellowstone, is the most famous in the Park, hands down.  In fact, the 308-foot tall waterfall it is most likely the second most photographed spot in Yellowstone, with Old Faithful Geyser being the first.

Next we will experience a 110 year old homestead – reshaped into a Montana guest ranch. Relive the early western atmosphere and down-home hospitality – all in one big beautiful, historic property. 320 Guest Ranch history affords an intriguing window into the early days of Western tourism and Big Sky back in the day. The historical guest ranch journey began in 1898, when Sam Wilson homesteaded 160 acres along the Gallatin River. In 1900, Sam´ s father, Clinton, claimed an adjoining 160 acres and they combined their two properties, naming the stunning parcel the “Buffalo Horn Resort.” On January 16, 1936, Dr. Caroline McGill, a woman far ahead of her time, purchased the ranch from the Wilson family. In addition to being Montana’s first woman doctor and first pathologist, Dr. McGill was an avid hunter and fisher. She believed that time spent outdoors was physically and mentally beneficial and bought the ranch as a retreat for her patients and friends.

Tonights dinner is an old fashion wagon ride and pig roast with some beautiful views.

(Breakfast, Box Lunch & Dinner)

Day Five - Monday Sept 21, 2020 - 320 Guest ranch

Spend a day relaxing at the 320 Ranch enjoying the mountains or join us at the Grizzly & Wolf Discovery Center, the Yellowstone Giant Screen Theatre and the Yellowstone Historic Center. At the Grizzly & Wolf Discovery Center, you will certainly satisfy your wild curiosity. This wildlife park and educational facility offers visitors to Yellowstone a chance to uniquely experience the world of grizzly bears and gray wolves.

The Yellowstone Giant Screen Theatre offers a rare educational opportunity. Through the stunning film “Yellowstone” you can see the true Yellowstone as it is today and as it was in the past and learn about Yellowstone’s fascinating geological wonders.

The Yellowstone Historic Center is dedicated to telling the story of travel to and through Yellowstone National Park, and the Park’s influence on West Yellowstone and the Hebgen Lake Basin. Tonights dinner is at Buck’s T-4, a local favorite. (Breakfast & Dinner)

Day Six - Tuesday Sept 22, 2020 - Big Sky

On our way to Big Sky we will make stop at Soldier’s Chapel. Soldiers Chapel is a non-denominational Christian memorial chapel in Big Sky, Gallatin County, Montana, USA, dedicated in 1955 by the Nelson Story family in tribute to a fallen family member of the 163rd Infantry Regiment. The regiment was part of the Montana National Guard during World War II. Our stay tonight is at the Big Sky Summit Hotel in the heart of their Mountain Village. This evening we will have our farewell dinner in Big Sky with a restaurant with beautiful views.

For those that like adventure, we have an option for you; the Lone Peak Expedition! This expedition will last three hours. It includes a chairlift, expedition vehicle, and a tram with guide for the ultimate scenic view of two national parks, three states, and many mountain ranges at an elevation of 11,166 feet. This option is an extra $95. (Breakfast & Dinner)

Day Seven - Wednesday Sept 23, 2020 - Home

Today we head home with great memories of one of the most majestic areas of the world! (Breakfast)

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