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Rocky Mountain Frontiers

Classic Package, Escorted Tour, Adventure Enthusiast
From £1625 per person
08 May 2021 - 11 Sep 2021

Rocky Mountain Frontiers Tour Highlights

  • 4 Complimentary breakfasts*
  • Enjoy a welcome reception where you will meet your fellow travelers
  • Travel along the America’s highest highway through Rocky Mountain National Park
  • Go back in time to the wild west with a visit to historic Fort
  • Travel along the famed Oregon trail, the route many pioneers traversed
  • Capture a moment in front of Mount Rushmore, a mountain carving of four American Presidents
  • Discover the vast natural bounty and majesty world’s first National Park: Yellowstone
  • Witness the stunning rugged peaks of the Grand Teton Mountain Range
  • Experience Salt Lake City including Temple Square, home to the Mormon Tabernacle
  • Capture the unique landscapes of Arches and Canyonlands National Parks
  • Traverse the ancestral and present day lands of the Navajo tribe
  • Take in the spectacular scenery of red rocks while discovering Colorado’s ‘Garden of the Gods’
  • Experience the diverse culture, cuisine, and landscapes of the American Rockies and Southwest
Quick facts
Duration: 15 Days / 14 Nights
Holiday Type: Escorted Coach Tour
Grade: Standard/Superior
Start / Finish: Denver
Flights: Additional Cost


Day 01 / Sat:
Denver Arrival
Welcome to Denver. With the impressive Rocky Mountains as a backdrop, Denver effortlessly blends the city’s Old West heritage with today’s modern skyscrapers and urban energy. Upon arrival at Denver International Airport, transfer independently to your hotel will you will meet your Tour Director.

Day 02 / Sun:
Denver – Rocky Mountains – Cheyenne
This morning, enjoy a short city tour of the “Mile High City”, including the gold-domed State Capitol whose 13th step on the west side of the building is exactly 5,280 feet above sea level – one mile high. A short distance from Denver you’ll enter Rocky Mountain National Park where you’ll feel like you’re on top of the world. Here, 415 square miles encompass and protect spectacular mountain environments. And if you thought the journey to the park was beautiful, just wait until you experience Trail Ridge Road. Known appropriately as the “Highway to the Sky”, and offering incomparable views in every direction, Trail Ridge Road winds past countless peaks, through tundra high above the treeline and crosses the Continental Divide at 12,183 feet. Continue to Cheyenne, Wyoming’s capital city that embodies the spirit of the Old West. Considered the nation’s railroad capital, Cheyenne is home to a collection of steam engines, including Old Number 4004, the world’s largest steam locomotive and one of the eight remaining Big Boys on display throughout the country.

Day 03 / Mon:
Cheyenne – Mount Rushmore – Rapid City
Your journey begins this morning with a visit to Fort Laramie National Historic Site. Originally established as a private fur trading fort, this “grand old post” evolved into the largest and best known military post on the Northern Plains and witnessed the entire sweeping saga of America’s western expansion. Continue through the majestic beauty of South Dakota’s Black Hills to Mount Rushmore National Memorial where you’ll come face to face with George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt, Abraham Lincoln, and America’s rich heritage.

Day 04 / Tue:
Rapid City – Bighorn Mountains – Cody
Today, crossing back into Wyoming en route to Cody, you’ll travel through Bighorn National Forest where undisturbed rolling hills, alpine lakes, craggy cliffs, thick pine forests and the Bighorn Mountains dominate the landscape. Upon arrival in Cody you’ll visit the Buffalo Bill Museum. Celebrating the spirit of the American West, including the culture and art that bring the heritage of Wyoming alive, the Buffalo Bill Museum focus’ on the life and times of William F. “Buffalo Bill” Cody, the town founder and a living legend. In the evening enjoy attractions that include rodeos, gun fight re-enactments and cowboy music

Day 05 / Wed:
Cody – Yellowstone
Today, take an unforgettable journey into America’s first national park and nature’s wonderland … Yellowstone National Park. Here, the Earth is in action with geysers, mountain ranges and rivers, waterfalls, and ancient volcanoes. The iconic spots – Old Faithful, Mammoth Hot Springs and Yellowstone Canyon – will be familiar from photographs, but seeing them in person is a humbling experience. They’re not just as good as you’ve heard – they’re better. This mountain wildland is also home to eagles, grizzly and black bears, buffalo, elk and much more, so you’re bound to see wildlife wherever you go.

Day 06 / Thr:
Yellowstone – Grand Teton – Jackson Hole
An exquisite mountain landscape where jagged peaks tower more than a mile above the Jackson Hole valley, Grand Teton National Park is located just south of Yellowstone. Rising above a scene rich with extraordinary wildlife, pristine lakes and alpine terrain, the Teton Range dominates the park’s skyline and stands as a monument to the people who fought to protect it. A stop will be made at the Snake River Overlook, a location made famous by Ansel Adams, where views of the Snake River flowing along the mountains puts the size of the Tetons into perspective. Continue to Jackson Hole, an area encompassed on all sides by mountain barriers.

Day 07 / Fri:
Jackson Hole – Salt Lake City
Today’s journey takes you through scenic Southern Idaho to Salt Lake City, the Mormon state of Utah’s capital & most populous city. Upon arrival, enjoy views of the State Capitol Building & downtown’s historic Temple Square, home to the 6-spired Salt Lake Temple & domed Tabernacle of the world-famous Mormon Tabernacle Choir, prior to arriving at your hotel. This evening we recommend dining at The Roof Restaurant (optional). The Roof offers an extravagant buffet & inspiring views of the Salt Lake Valley & Temple Square.

Day 08 / Sat:
Salt Lake City – Arches N.P – Moab
Heading south this morning you’ll pass through Provo, home to Brigham Young University, en route to one of Utah’s Mighty 5, Arches National Park. Once in the park you’ll discover a landscape of contrasting colors, landform and textures unlike any other in the world. With over 2,000 natural stone arches, in addition to hundreds of soaring pinnacles and giant balanced rocks, this red rock wonderland will amaze you with its formations and inspire you with its most unique scenery.

Day 09 / Sun:
Moab – Canyonlands National Park – Moab
Today we visit Canyonlands National Park, we invite you to explore a wilderness of countless canyons & fantastically formed buttes carved by the Colorado River & its tributaries. Rivers divide the park into four districts: the Island in the Sky, the Needles, the Maze, & the rivers themselves. We will visit some of the most scenic spots in the Island in the Sky mesa that rests on sheer sandstone cliffs over 1,000 feet above the surrounding terrain. Return to the hotel in late afternoon.

Day 10 / Mon:
Moab – Canyon de Chelly – Chinle
Crossing into Arizona where traces of a rich history, miles of cacti in every size, shape and style, and natural wonders mark the awesome terrain, you’ll make your way to Chinle, gateway to Canyon de Chelly National Monument. Located entirely on Navajo tribal lands and known for its steep canyon walls dotted with hundreds of ancient pueblo ruins. Here, distinctive architecture, artifacts and picturesque vistas of rocky outcroppings are all remarkably preserved, providing a peek into the lives of the canyon’s earliest inhabitants.

Day 11 / Tue:
Chinle – Gallup – Albuquerque
Leaving Chinle, today’s journey takes you through the Navajo Reservation and dramatic lands of western New Mexico to Gallup. Having barely changed since Route 66’s heyday, Gallup serves up a slice of Americana rarely seen nowadays along with one of the best strips of neon signs you’ll see anywhere on the old route. Stroll the Plaza, dine at one of the many restaurants, shop for unique gifts from the Southwest in one the stores or galleries.

Day 12 / Wed:
Albuquerque – Santa Fe
This morning, venture onto the Turquoise Trail, the National Scenic Byway linking Albuquerque & Santa Fe. Named for the rich turquoise deposits found throughout the area, & offering views of the Sandia Mountains & Cibola National Forest. Santa Fe, the nation’s oldest capital city, is nestled in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, set against a back drop of landscape that inspired its own Georgia O’Keeffe’s startlingly colourful paintings, this is a paradise for history buffs and cultural explorers. Ample leisure time this afternoon provides the perfect opportunity to explore world-renowned art galleries.

Day 13 / Thr:
Santa Fe – Taos – Garden of the Gods – Colorado Springs
Travel from Santa Fe to Taos where you’ll follow alongside the Rio Grande as it winds its way through canyons & red-rock cliffs before rising to a spectacular view of the river gorge & rich landscape of Taos valley. Visit the only living Native American community designated both a World Heritage Site by UNESCO & a National Historic Landmark, Taos Pueblo, whose multi-story adobe buildings have been continuously inhabited for over a 1,000 years. Heading north from Taos back into Colorado; you’ll discover the scenic beauty & favourable climate that has lured visitors to Colorado Springs for years. Stop at Garden of the Gods, where you’ll delight in one of the most photographed landscapes. Imagine dramatic views of the foothills & 300 foot towering red sandstone rock formations set against a backdrop of snow-capped Pikes Peak & brilliant blue skies.

Day 14 / Fri:
Colorado Springs – Denver
Returning to Denver you will have ample free time to explore more of the city’s must-sees, including the U.S. Mint, 16th Street Pedestrian Mall, Larimer Square, City Park, Denver’s largest park offering stunning mountain views, and much more. Tour ends upon arrival at Denver International Airport.

Day 15 / Sat:
Denver – Departure

Transfer independently to the airport for your return flight.


Day City Standard / Superior
01 Denver Sheraton Denver Downtown
02 Cheyenne Fairfield Inn & Suites Cheyenne Southwest/Downtown Area
03 Rapid City First Gold*
04 Cody Buffalo Bill Village/Holiday Inn Cody
05 Yellowstone Gray Wolf Inn/Yellowstone Park Hotel*
06 Jackson Hole The Virginian Lodge
07 Salt Lake City Hotel RL Salt Lake City
08-09 Moab Moab Valley Inn
10 Chinle Holiday Inn Canyon de Chelly
11 Albuquerque Best Western Plus Rio Grande Inn*
12 Santa Fe The Lodge at Santa Fe
13 Colorado Springs Hyatt Place Colorado Springs/Garden of the Gods*
14 Denver Sheraton Denver Downtown

* Complimentary continental breakfast offered by hotel. May be discontinued without prior notice.

Standard Hotels

Standard hotels offer quality, style, comfortable accommodations, yet they are still considered “affordable”. Typically located in central areas.

Superior Hotels

With above-average service, upscale, high quality and comfortable, with a variety of amenities located in town. Rooms will be well furnished to a high standard.

National Parks Accommodations

Please be advised that accommodations near and in the National Parks are rustic in nature and not always of the same level of comfort as accommodations in metropolitan areas.

Info & Extras

Optional Experiences

  • Hop aboard a covered wagon ride and enjoy a cowboy cookout while in Jackson Hole, Wyoming
  • Take in the panoramic views of Temple Square during a rooftop dinner in Salt Lake City
  • Get a little adventurous with jet boat ride on the Colorado River
  • Explore both the natural and manmade beauty of Canyon de Chelly with a local Navajo guide
  • Taste traditional Southwestern cuisine in Albuquerque, New Mexico
International long-haul flights and pre/post tour hotels available at additional cost

Minimum Participation
Minimum participation on all motor coach tours is 20 passengers unless the tour is identified as a guaranteed. For non-guaranteed departure dates, we reserve the right to cancel or operate the departure by van.

Hotel services in the US customarily do not include breakfast. If you do not wish to have breakfast at the hotel restaurant (where available), you may frequently find coffee shops and restaurants close by which serve good and inexpensive breakfasts. Some hotels do offer a continental breakfast. Usually, this continental breakfast is basic and contains coffee, pastries and sometimes cereal, cheese or fruit. Complimentary breakfast offered by a hotel may be discontinued at any time with or without notice.

Each passenger traveling on an escorted motor-coach tour is allowed one piece of checked baggage per person due to space limitations. Additional luggage will be charged at $7.00 per person per day.

Operates & Prices


Saturday Departures – English Narration  
May 8*  August 7*, 14*
June 5* September 4*, 11*
July 10*    

* Guaranteed to operate.

15 Days / 14 Nights
Start/Finish: Denver
Standard/Superior Hotels

From £1625.00 Share Twin/Double

8 Days / 7 Nights
Start/Finish: Denver / Salt Lake City
Standard/Superior Hotels

From £895.00 Share Twin/Double

  • Lead prices per person based on a Twin/Double Room.
  • Single & Triple/Quad Rates on request.
  • Pre/post touring accommodation available
Special Discounted airfares available if booked as part of this package – request a quote.

  • Information kit
  • Services of a Tour Director throughout 
  • Deluxe air-conditioned motor-coach
  • Porterage of one piece of luggage, per person – from the first morning the coach departs 
  • Accommodation, Sightseeing and Excursions as specified in the itinerary
  • All State & Local taxes
  • Long-haul International Flights
  • Meals, admissions and/or optional tours unless specifically mentioned as included in the itinerary
  • Transportation upon arrival to/from airport (available at additional cost)
  • Gratuities to driver and guide at travelers discretion
  • Items of a personal nature i.e. telephone calls, laundry, liquor etc
  • Use of hotel rooms before / after normal check in / out times and resort fees if applicable
  • No refunds for unused services or hotel nights

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