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Rocky Mountain Frontier

Rocky Mountain Frontier 14 days / 13 nights

  • Whether you’re a history buff, a culture enthusiast or a nature lover, this multiple day tour to the Rocky Mountains will enthral one and all! Starting from Denver, the tour will take you to some of the most fascinating natural, cultural and historical attractions in the USA. On the tour, you will explore incredible natural attractions, admire glorious historical sites and witness a unique cultural fervour. Some of the highlights of the journey include exploring the city of Denver, driving along the Trail Ridge Road, visiting Fort Laramie National Historic Site, and discovering rich flora and fauna at Yellow National Park and Grand Teton National Park.

    Tour Nights

    • Denver: 1 nights
    • Cheyenne: 1 nights
    • Rapid City: 1 nights
    • Cody: 1 nights
    • Yellowstone: 1 nights
    • Jackson: 1 nights
    • Salt Lake City: 1 nights
    • Moab: 2 nights
    • Chinle: 1 nights
    • Albuquerque: 1 nights
    • Santa Fe: 1 nights
    • Colorado: 1 nights
  • Summary

    • Tour code: STUSM09
    • Accommodation Grade
    • Group Tour

Your Tour Itinerary

Day 1: Denver Arrival

Arrive in Denver, the capital of Colorado and among the largest cities in the Rocky Mountains. With an intriguing blend of modern architecture and rich cultural heritage, Denver is a renowned tourist destination. Upon arrival at Denver International Airport, transfer independently to your hotel where you meet your ATI Tour Director. Overnight stay at hotel in Denver. Read More

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Day 2: Denver – Rocky Mountains - Cheyenne

Today, you’ll explore Denver with a short city tour in the morning. Enjoy a visit to the Colorado State Capitol Building and take a look at the famous 13th step on the west side of the building that’s exactly one mile above sea level. Thereafter, head to the iconic Rocky Mountain National Park and feast your eyes on fascinating natural vistas. On your way to Cheyenne, experience the beauty along the Trail Ridge Road, which is famous as the “Highway to the Sky”. In Cheyenne, the beautiful capital of Wyoming, visitors are impressed with the amalgamation of the old and the new. The city is also famous for its collection of steam engines. Read More

Day 3: Cheyenne – Mount Rushmore – Rapid City

Start your excursion by visiting the majestic Fort Laramie National Historic Site. Explore the architectural beauty and historical significance of one of the largest and most renowned military posts on the Northern Plains. Later, head to the Mount Rushmore National Memorial and admire a massive sculpture that features 60-ft.-high granite faces of the USA Presidents George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln. Read More

Day 4: Rapid City – Bighorn Mountains - Cody

Enjoy your journey through Bighorn National Forest on your way to Cody. Take in the breathtaking views of undisturbed rolling hills, alpine lakes, craggy cliffs, and thick pine forests. In Cody, visit the Buffalo Bill Museum – a great place to learn about the history and heritage of Wyoming. Opened for the public in 1927, the museum houses objects depicting the life of William F. “Buffalo Bill” Cody (1846 – 1917), a great guide, scout, actor and entrepreneur. Read More

Day 5: Cody - Yellowstone

Explore the Yellow National Park - the USA’s first national park and one of the world’s most remarkable natural attractions. Spread across 2,219,789 acres, this nature reserve is home to many dramatic canyons, alpine rivers, hot springs and gushing geysers, making it a haven for nature buffs and adrenaline junkies alike. Wildlife in this part of the USA is fascinatingly diverse. Here, you can spot hundreds of animal species, including wolves, grizzly and black bears, buffaloes, elks, bison, and antelopes. Read More

Day 6: Yellowstone – Grand Teton – Jackson Hole

Visit the fascinating Grand Teton National Park. Located just south of Yellowstone, Grand Teton National Park has a magnificent mountainous landscape, exquisite wildlife and pristine lakes, which allure nature enthusiasts from far and wide. At the Snake River Overlook, you’ll enjoy the breathtaking views of the Snake River winding along the mountains. Next, you will head to Jackson Hole, an area between the Teton Mountain Range and the Snake River. Jackson Hole is widely known to be one of the most scenic places in the USA. Read More

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Day 7: Jackson Hole – Salt lake City -

Get ready to discover Salt Lake City! However, your journey to the city from Jackson Hole is no less enthralling. Upon arrival in Salt Lake City, you’ll be taken to the famous State Capitol Building and the historic Temple Square. The surrounding area is home to many modern skyscrapers that never fail to astonish. Enjoy the evening at leisure. We recommend dining at The Roof Restaurant, which serves an array of local and international delicacies. Stunning views of the Salt Lake Valley and Temple Square make dining here all the more delightful. Read More

Day 8: Salt Lake City – Arches National Park - Moab

This morning, drive to the beautiful Arches National Park. En route, you’ll pass through Provo, a charming city of Utah County. Arches National Park, with its amazing landscape and rich biodiversity, promises you a wonderful experience. Here, you can explore many natural stone arches, hundreds of soaring pinnacles and giants rocks.

Day 9: Moab – Canyonlands National Park - Moab

For a nature lover, visiting the Canyonlands National Park remains a memorable experience. The park is full of captivating canyons and fantastically formed buttes along the Colorado River and its tributaries. You’ll visit some of the most fascinating sites in the Canyonlands National Park. Enjoy the views of mighty sandstone cliffs and explore the region’s exotic flora and fauna. Return to the hotel late in the afternoon. Read More

Day 10: Moab – Canyon De Chelly - Chinle

Today’s highlights include visit to Arizona on your way to Chinle, the main gateway to Canyon de Chelly National Monument. Enjoy views of countless natural spectacles and see the traces of a rich history of this glorious region in the USA. Canyon de Chelly National Monument is located on Navajo tribal lands and is famous for its steep canyon walls. The place boasts a remarkable collection of distinctive architecture and artefacts, depicting the lives of the canyon's earliest inhabitants. Read More

Day 11: Chinle – Gallup - Albuquerque

You’ll leave Chinle to visit Gallup. The journey will take you through the Navajo Reservation and the splendid landscape of Western Mexico. In Gallup, you get to enjoy a beautiful mix of natural, cultural and historical attractions. The city is an exciting place for shopaholics, with a lot of jewellery and crafts stores selling a variety of unique gifts. Dining at any of the city’s myriad restaurants is another delightful experience. Read More

Day 12: Albuquerque – Santa Fe

Today, head to the famous Turquoise Trail and explore the area’s marvellous natural beauty and the rich turquoise deposits. The scenic trail makes for a perfect day trip linking Santa Fe and Albuquerque. Enjoy the views of the Sandia Mountains and Cibola National Forest. In Santa Fe, one of the USA’s oldest capital cities, you’ll be enthralled by an intriguing mix of history, nature and culture. You can explore some of the city’s renowned galleries or shop at its lively markets. Read More

Day 13: Santa Fe – Taos – Garden of the Gods – Colorado Springs

Move to the city of Taos. Relish the views of mighty cantons and red-rock cliffs alongside the Rio Grande. Traverse through the picturesque Taos valley to visit Taos Pueblo, an adobe settlement that represents the culture of the Pueblo Indians. Thereafter, head to Colorado and enjoy the region’s beauty and pleasant weather. It is designated both a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and a National Historic Landmark. Visit the Garden of the Gods to take in the views of its dramatic landscape and admire its enchanting floral beauty. Read More

Day 14: Colorado Springs - Denver

This is the last day of the tour. You’ll return to Denver to enjoy some of the city’s wonderful attractions. Some must-visit sites in the city include U.S. Mint, 16th Street Pedestrian Mall, and Larimer Square, City Park. The trip ends upon arrival at Denver International Airport.

Tour Highlights

  • Admire the architectural and historical charm of Colorado State Capitol Building
  • Visit the majestic Fort Laramie National Historic Site
  • Learn about the history and heritage of Wyoming at Buffalo Bill Museum
  • Explore rich wildlife at Yellow National Park
  • Marvel at the magnificent landscape and interesting wildlife of Grand Teton National Park
  • Discover Cultural and historical highlights of Salt Lake City
  • Enjoy stunning natural beauty of Canyonlands National Park
  • Experience rich history in Canyon de Chelly
  • Shop and dine to your heart’s content in Gallup
  • Explore the rare Native American Community, Taos Pueblo

what's included?

  •  Services of a professional Tour Manager throughout
  •  Deluxe air-conditioned motorcoach with on-board restroom facilities
  •  Hotel accommodation as specified or similar
  •  Sightseeing as specified
  •  Hotel taxes; service charges and baggage (one suitcase per person)

what's Not included?

  •  International airfares
  •  Inter-island airfares
  •  Airport transfers
  •  Porterage
  •  Tips
  •  Meals

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Prices above are per person in pounds sterling (£) based on twin sharing.