08/26/2018 - 09/03/2018

HIGHLIGHTS: Terry Bison Ranch, Mt Rushmore, Crazy Horse Memorial, Custer State Park, Western Town of Deadwood, One Night on a Wyoming Guest Ranch, Little Big Horn Battlefield, Cody & Buffalo Bill Museum, Yellowstone National Park, Grand Tetons & Jackson, Salt Lake City, & lots more .. 16 Meals.

AUG 26 ...  Our group flies across America to Denver, Colorado. We will be met at the airport and transfer downtown for a lunch break before meeting a local guide for an interesting tour of "The Mile High City". Heading north to Wyoming, just acros the border is the TERRY BISON RANCH.  We stop here for a Welcome Dinner at the Senator Steakhouse on the ranch.  We overnight in Cheyenne, Wyoming.  (D)

AUG 27 ...  DEADWOOD ... This morning we travel north into South Dakota to the Old Western town of Deadwood. In this gold rush village of over 80 gambling halls, it was here that Wild Bill Hickok was killed while playing poker in the Number # 10 Saloon. He was buried in Mt Moriah Cemetery, along with other infamous characters including Calamity Jane. We will enjoy a narrated tour of this historic town, the cemetery, and have time to stroll down the main street and grab dinner at leisure. Dinner is included in Deadwood before checking into our hotel in Rapid City for 2 nights in South Dakota. (B,D)

AUG 28 ...  MT RUSHMORE & CRAZY HORSE ... Today is a grand experience as we meet our guide for a tour the Black Hills and the inspiring Mt. Rushmore. We’ll travel along the Needles Highway, turn round and round the Pig Tail Bridges, view wild burros and buffalo in Custer State Park, and visit the unfinished Crazy Horse Memorial. Lunch is at the Blue Bell Lodge situated high on the ridges of the Black Hills National Forest. We return to our hotel for the night. Dinner is on your own. (B,L)

AUG 29 ... RANCH AT UCROSS ... Leaving the Black Hills and South Dakota behind, we enter the rugged "Cowboy State" of Wyoming, with antelope grazing peacefully along the roadside. Keep your eyes open to catch a view of Devils Tower, an amazing rock formation rising 5112 feet above sea level, 1267 feet from local terrain. Later in the afternoon, we arrive at our guest ranch, nestled in the mountains beside Piney Creek.  The RANCH AT UCROSS was once a corporate retreat for executives from Apache Oil, and now serves as a very upscale western resort.  Everyone can join one of the wranglers for an assisted horse back ride, or try your luck fishing in the lake or fly fishing in the creek, or even hiking to an old Indian site. You may want to just browse the gift shop. You will have time to settle into one of the cabins before the dinner bell sounds for a wonderful evening meal. Later the group can enjoy some time at the fire pit with a singing cowboy.  (B,D)

AUG 30 ... CODY ... Breakfast on the ranch and we board our motorcoach for a spectacular ride into Montana.  We stop for a visit to the Little Big Horn Battlefield, site of Custer's Last Stand when he met the warriors of Sitting Bull and Crazy Horse of the Sioux Nation.  Lunch is a treat at the Trading Post with Indian Tacos, a local favorite.  Crossing the Big Horn Mountains, we come to the tiny town of Cody, named after its most famous son, Buffalo Bill.  We'll visit the Buffalo Bill Museum and Historical Center, which has the finest collection of western paintings, firearms, and Indian artifacts in America.  (B,L)  

AUG 31 ... YELLOWSTONE ... After breakfast, we travel the narrow winding highway that brings us to America's first National Park, Yellowstone.  We'll tour the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone and raging Yellowstone Falls, twice as tall as Niagara.  With lunch and a narrated tour we see the many highlights of this spectacular area, and keep your eyes open for wildlife. A special stop is made at Old Faithful, before we depart Yellowstone.  Continuing along the lenght of the "Hole" through spectacular Grand Tetons National Park, with its jagged mountains, rising straight up from the valley floor, we arrive in the resort village of Jackson for two nights.  (B,L)  

SEPT 1 .. JACKSON HOLE ... Jackson, Wyoming is shadowed by the Grand Tetons, some of the most spectacular mountains in America.   Enjoy the climate, the scenery, and the village of Jackson Hole.  Tonight a Covered Wagon Cookout is planned as we ride in wagons to a camp and open fire for a tasty western meal. (B,D)  Optional Float Trip on the Snake River ... $65

SEP 2 ... SALT LAKE CITY ... Our trail follows the course of the Snake River through serene valleys of farms, and we cross into Idaho. Riding beside the blue-green waters of Bear Lake, we’ll make a stop for one of the famous Raspberry Shakes and lunch. Crossing the rugged Wasatch Mountains like the pioneers before us, we begin to see the small Mormon villages dotting the hillsides. Later this afternoon, we arrive in beautiful Salt Lake City for a stop at Temple Square. (B,D)

SEP 3 ...  This morning we transfer to the airport for our flight home after a trip long to remember of America and the Old West. (B) 

PRICE:  $2499 per person, double occupancy


With Trip Cancellation/Interruption 

DEPOSIT REQUIRED:   $200 Per person  

FINAL PAYMENT DUE:   July 15, 2018

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