Rocky Mountains and Grand Canyon! 8/3-14 2016
Rocky Mountains and Grand Canyon! 8/3-14 2016

08/03/2016 - 08/14/2016

Rocky Mountains & Grand Canyons Trip!

This is a 12-day, 11 night trip that takes you through 7 states.  South Dakota, Nebraska, Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, Utah and Texas.

The itinerary:

August 3— Yankton to Denver
August 4 — Denver to Colorado Springs; ride the cog railway to the top of Pikes Peak.

Click here for pictures of Pikes Peak and the Cog

August 5 — Colorado Springs to Royal Gorge; travel to Durango
August 6 — A day in Durango; Ride the train to Silverton or White Water Rafting

Click here for rafting and/or train pictures

August 7 — Durango to Flagstaff, AZ; Stop at Four Corners, Valley of the Gods and Monument Valley
August 8 — Visit Grand Canyon/Sedona w/step-on guide

Click here for Grand Canyon pictures

August 9 — Visit Apache Trail/Dolly’s Steamboat
August 10 — Visit the wild west town of Tombstone, AZ
August 11 — To El Paso, travel to Roswell, NM
August 12 — Visit International UFO Museum and Research Center in Roswell, NM
August 13 — Travel to Dodge City, KS; visit Boot Hill Museum
August 14 — Headed home, stop over at Pioneer Village in Minden, NE

Go on this trip for $1,499 per person double; $1,399 per person triple; $1,299 per person quad; $1,999 per person single.

To sign up for the trip, call us at 800-843-0089 or email !

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