Grand Tetons and Yellowstone National Park

What better way to watch Winter glide into Spring than a tour of the Grand Tetons and Yellowstone National Park! We will start the tour heading north, spending the first night in Denver, CO. The next day we make our way to Jackson Hole, WY, where we will spend two nights. Because Spring is a beautiful and quiet time of year to visit Grand Teton National Park, we will spend a full day touring the pristine ecosystem and wildlife migration of this number one ranked national park, before heading to West Yellowstone the next day, where we will spend two nights as well. We will tourYellowstone National Park’s dramatic peaks and pristine lakes, hot springs, and volatile geysers (including Old Faithful). While exploring the mountains, canyons, geysers and waterfalls of this breathtaking national park, we will have plenty of photo opportunities of Yellowstone’s permanent residents like buffalo, elk and sometimes even grizzly bears!
Next, we travel the Bear Tooth Highway, one of the most scenic and difficult drives in the U.S., toward Bozeman, MT, with a stop in the historic town of Red Lodge for shopping or site-seeing. The next day we stop in Montana’s capital, Helena, for a trolley tour and time at Gates of the Mountain on the Missouri River, on our way to Kalispell, MT, overnighting west of Glacier National Park. Then we begin heading south, enjoying scenic drives, photo ops, and surprise stops on our way to Idaho Falls, ID, Rock Springs, WY, and finally Colorado Springs, CO as we make our way home.

The cost is $1641 per person/two to a room, $2381 per person/single room, $1414 per person/triple room. A $100 deposit (per person) reserves your space. A $800 deposit (per person) is due no later than March 31, with the remaining due no later than April 25. Cost includes transportation, lodging & breakfast each morning, and activities. Deposit refunds are subject to King’s Highway’s prepaid obligations.

Activity level: medium to high