Yellowstone Wildlife Trails Reverse

    United States

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    Explore the land of glaciers, geysers, wolves and bears.


    Start Seattle.

    Coeur D'Alene

    Glacier National Park

    Second day in Glacier National Park.

    Glacier National Park

    Yellowstone National Park.

    Second day in Yellowstone National Park.

    Third day in Yellowstone National Park.

    Fourth day in Yellowstone National Park.

    Grand Teton National Park and Jackson.

    Grand Teton National Park and Jackson.

    Jackson to Salt Lake City; End.

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    In the middle of the Rocky Mountain Range there are three celebrated national parks offering the most varied scenery and wildlife: the spires and azure lakes of Grand Teton, the unique geology and wildlife of Yellowstone, and of course the towering sentinel peaks and broad valleys of Glacier. Specialist local guides will accompany you to spot and track wildlife including bison, bear, wolves, coyotes and eagles. From colourful meadows with wildflowers and mighty canyons to geothermal volcanic pools and glaciated rocky spires, this is a full-on adventure with some seriously dramatic views.


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    Duration: 12 Days
    Starts in: United States
    Group Size: 1-13

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