We are actively monitoring the discussions in Congress over federal funding, and the potential impact on our tours visiting Federal Sites & National Parks across the United States.

Without an agreement between the House, Senate and White House, the government will shut down on Saturday September 30, 2023 at midnight. The impact to our Tours will be limited to those visiting some Federal Sites & National Parks across the country. Some states including Utah, Arizona and Colorado have indicated that they will provide the necessary funding to keep the National Parks operating. Other states are considering similar measures.

If we are unable to operate or your tour is altered due to the government shutdown, we will contact you directly prior to departure.

3 reasons to bundle up

3 Reasons to Bundle Up

by John Geysen

July 01, 2016

2 minute read

Sometimes a little chill in the air is exactly what you are after. Imagine yourself standing amid the stillness of Yellowstone National Park in winter. There in the distance, an elk crosses a frozen stream. How many people ever see such a sight in person?

Here are 3 reasons to travel in the winter: 

1. A Canadian Wonderland


Find yourself immersed in a scene clipped from a holiday card in the magnificent province of Alberta. We bring together the glorious natural wonders with two of the regions most incredible hotels – the Fairmont Château Lake Louise, a Victorian style lodge, and The Fairmont Banff Springs, or “Castle in the Mountains.” It’s the very best of Canada.

2. Yellowstone Dressed in White


You may have visited this iconic National Park before but you’ve never seen it like this. In winter, Yellowstone is a land of stark contracts; where a brown buffalo makes its way through a snow drift; where the ice above gives way to geothermal wonders; where busy parts of the park return to their natural state.

3. A Light On Your Bucket List


Like the remains of a forgotten dream, the Northern Lights glow in the distance. This is the moment you have been waiting for, and it might not have happened if you decided to wait. Scientists expect the Northern Lights to fade over the next 10 years. So, if you ever wanted to see them, then now is the time!

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