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Mt. Rushmore, Yellowstone & Western Frontiers
August 14 - 22, 2019                $3295*
                                                               *$100pp Discount if Balance is Made by Check.
                                                                    Deposit can be Charged or Check

Trip # 1965
Deposit:  $300
Final Payment:  5/24/19
Single Sup. +$1100
Optional Insurance:  +$250*

*Must be Paid with Deposit 

Package Includes:
*Round Trip Aire from IAD/DCA/BWI
*8 Mights Hotel Accommodation
*Hotel Transfers
*Baggage Handling
*Motorcoach Transportation
*8 Breakfasts & 4 Dinners

Day 1: Arrive Rapid City - Today arrive in Rapid City, meet your Tour Director check into your hotel for a three-night stay.  Overnight - Rapid City

Day 2: Rapid City - Badlands Nat'l Park - Fort Hays - Today travel to the unusual and well-known Wall Drug Store, famous for its "Free Ice Water". Then drive through Badlands National Park, located between the White and Cheyenne Rivers. The area contains spectacular examples of weathering, erosion, fantastic ridges, cliffs and canyons of variegated color. This evening visit the Fort Hays Dances with Wolves Movie Set to see some of the original buildings used in the Oscar winning film and enjoy a delicious supper with a bit of western entertainment at your Welcome Dinner & Cowboy Cookout.  Meals - (B,D) Overnight - Rapid City

Day 3: Mt. Rushmore - Crazy Horse - This morning visit Mt. Rushmore featuring the awesome sculptures of Washington, Jefferson, Roosevelt and Lincoln. Each face is 60 feet high and is carved into the rugged granite mountainside with intricate perfection.  Continue onto the Crazy Horse Memorial, still in progress. View the giant mountainside sculpture of the famous Indian Chief astride his pony.  Following dinner experience Mt. Rushmore at Night to see this American treasure illuminated in a whole new light.  Meals - (B,D) Overnight - Rapid City

Day 4: Deadwood - Devil's Tower - Sheridan - Today travel to Deadwood, made famous by Wild Bill Hickok and Calamity Jane, both buried in the town's Mt. Moriah Cemetery on Boot Hill. Later stop to visit the "flying saucer" haunted Devil's Tower National Monument, a gigantic volcanic neck rising from the prairie and an area sacred to the Kiowa, Sioux and Blackfeet Tribes. Late afternoon arrive in the cattletown of Sheridan situated at the foot of the Bighorn Mountains and check into your hotel.  Meal - (B) Overnight - Sheridan

Day 5: Sheridan - Cody - Yellowstone - This morning travel to Cody, the town named for Buffalo Bill Cody. Visit the Buffalo Bill Historical Center, an interesting museum of Native American culture, natural history and western art. Later enter Yellowstone National Park, the world's first national park established in 1872. Late afternoonarrive in the Yellowstone Park area for a two night stay.  Meals - (B,D) Overnight - Yellowstone Park Area

Day 6: Yellowstone National Park - Enjoy the day exploring Yellowstone National Park with your Tour Director.  With over 10,000 hot springs, thundering waterfalls, geysers and endless forests, Yellowstone inspires awe. Some of the park highlights include Old Faithful Geyser, Yellowstone Lake and Yellowstone Canyon. The park is also home to an astounding array of elk, bear and buffalo.  Meal - (B) Overnight - Yellowstone Park Area

Day 7: Yellowstone - Grand Teton NP - Jackson - Today travel south through Grand Teton National Park, the 485-square mile scenic park features the Teton Mountain Range, one of the youngest ranges on the continent, lakes, glaciers, wildlife and snowfields. Later arrive in the quiet cowboy town of Jackson for your overnight stay. The city has developed into an amazing getaway for people from all walks of life where the Old West and New are splendidly combined. Be sure to visit the colorful Million Dollar Cowboy Bar with its saddle-shaped barstools.  Meal - (B) Overnight - Jackson

Day 8: Jackson - Salt Lake City - Today travel into Utah. Enroute wind along the shores of beautiful Bear Lake before climbing the Wasatch Mountains. Later arrive in Salt Lake City, "The City of Saints" founded by Brigham Young in 1847. On arrival enjoy a panoramic Salt Lake City Tour featuring Temple Square with its lovely landscaping and famous Tabernacle, the State Capitol, and the University of Utah--site of the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2002 Winter Olympics. This evening enjoy a Farewell Dinner with your fellow travelers.  Meals - (B,D) Overnight - Salt Lake City

Day 9: Salt Lake City - Flight Home - Today depart from Salt Lake City filled with wonderful memories of yourtravel experience.  Meal - (B)

This itinerary is approximate.  The exact times, days and destinations may vary due to unforeseen circumstances.

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