The Great Outdoors

Looking for a little space? You’ll find it in the Western U.S. Take in the breathtaking Grand Canyon and wind your way along a river in an open-air tram at Zion National Park. Geysers and hot springs await you in Yellowstone, and spectacular views at Pike’s Peak (accessed by cog railway, of course!). Glide through Lake Tahoe on a yacht cruise and revisit the Gold Rush era in Old Sacramento. Are you ready for adventure?

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Western U.S. Tours

America's National Parks & Denver

14 Days | 20 Meals

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$5,599 pp*

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Painted Canyons of the West featuring Utah’s Five National Parks

9 Days | 11 Meals

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$3,299 pp*

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The Colorado Rockies featuring National Parks and Historic Trains

9 Days | 12 Meals

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$2,999 pp*

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California Dreamin': Monterey, Yosemite & Napa

8 Days | 12 Meals

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$3,199 pp*

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Fun facts about the Western U.S.

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Denver, Colorado is known as the “Mile-High City” because it’s officially one mile above sea level.

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Yellowstone National Park is America’s first national park, signed into existence by President Ulysses S. Grant in 1872.

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Lake Tahoe is the deepest lake in the U.S. – deeper than the Empire State Building is tall!

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