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 Yellowstone & Rockies Loop

Explore Yellowstone and the Rockies on this 18 day self-drive holiday

Flying to and from Denver in Colorado, you’ll drive a loop visiting the stunning Yellowstone, Grand Teton, Canyonlands and Arches National Parks, Jackson Hole, Salt Lake City and Mount Rushmore.

All our road trips can be shortened or extra nights added or modified with upgraded hotels, car etc. We love building tailor made trips!

Includes flights from UK, car hire and accommodation
Fly into and out of Denver
You’ll drive approximately 1950 miles in total
 Includes Mount Rushmore, Yellowstone and Salt Lake City
Your trip can be tailored to suit your needs. Extra days can easily be added or we can shorten the trip if preferred
 Your full road trip pack and itinerary will be sent to you
 Your entire package is ATOL protected
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Your Itinerary

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Days 1 & 2:
Denver (2 nights)

Fly into Denver, known as the Mile High City and stay here for your first two nights. Spend an evening in Lower Downtown, knows as LoDo. While you’re here you might want to visit the nearby Red Rocks Amphitheatre

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Denver,
CO

4 Star
Hotel

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Day 3:
Cheyenne

Your first overnight stop will be in Cheyenne, the Wyoming state capital. With a rich history in the old west there are plenty of attractions here, two of our favourites are the Cheyenne Frontier Days Old West Museum and the Wyoming State Capitol Building.

100
miles

Cheyenne,
WY

3 Star
Hotel

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Days 4 & 5:
Mount Rushmore (2 nights)

You’ll head up to South Dakota today and stay in Keystone which will be your base for the next two nights. You’ll have a full day to visit Mount Rushmore, the famous rock sculpture of four former presidents. You may also want to visit the nearby Badlands National Park with its dramatic and rugged landscape

270
miles

Keystone,
SD

2 Star
Hotel

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Day 6:
Sheridan

Head west to Sheridan, making a little detour to see the amazing Devils Tower National Monument before arriving at your overnight stop near Bighorn National Forest. Downtown Sheridan is worth a visit too.

265
miles

Sheridan,
WY

3 Star
Hotel

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Day 7:
Cody

Today you’ll head into Cody, founded by William "Buffalo Bill” Cody in 1901. There are plenty of Buffalo Bill museums and signs of the old west in this wondeful town which is located just 50 miles from Yellowstone’s east entrance.

150
miles

Cody,
WY

Historic
Hotel

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Days 8 -10:
Yellowstone NP (3 nights)

Enjoy the scenic drive into Yellowstone, the US’s first national park. Established in 1872 it is home to hundreds of species of wildlife including bears, wolves, bison, antelope and elk. Staying here for three nights gives you time to explore the park and its forests, rivers, hot springs and geysers including Old Faithful.

120
miles

Yellowstone
NP, WY

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Days 11 & 12:
Grand Teton NP (2 nights)

Drive through the wonderful Grand Teton National Park to Jackson. This makes a great base for exploring the parks, lakes, forests and hiking trails.

105
miles

Jackson,
WY

3 Star
Hotel

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Day 13:
Salt Lake City

Tonight you will stay in Salt Lake City, founded by Mormon settlers and home of their world HQ. Sitting between the Great Salt Lake and Wasatch Range, this wonderful city is also the state capital of Utah.

235
miles

Salt Lake
City, UT

3 Star
Hotel

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Days 14 -15:
Canyonlands & Arches (2 nts)

Moab will be your base for the next two nights and is the perfect location to visit Canyonlands and Arches National Parks. Both of these have wonderful rock formations and an abundance of wildlife inhabit each of these parks.

235
miles

Moab,
UT

3 Star
Hotel

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Day 16:
Denver

You’ll take the long drive back to Denver today for the final evening of your holiday. Get back in time to enjoy Lower Downtown and the selection of restaurants and bars on offer.

355
miles

Denver,
CO

4 Star
Hotel

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Days 17 & 18:
Denver & Fly Home

Make the most of your final morning in Denver, take a bike ride or visit some of the many attractions that you may have missed at the beginning of your trip. This evening you’ll catch your overnight flight back to the UK..

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Home

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Rocky Mountain National Park, CO

The Rocky Mountain National Park is home to wildlife including elks and bears and has many hiking trails to explore. Estes Park, at the entrance to the national park is a relatively short drive from Denver. We can add this as an extra day between Denver and Cheyenne.

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Extra night in Cody, WY

You’ll stay in Cody for one night before you enter the East entrance to Yellowstone National Park. We can add an extra day or two for you to stop and enjoy this old west town. The Buffalo Bill Center of the West has 5 museums where you can learn about William F Cody’s life.

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Monument Valley, UT

About 150 miles south of Moab is the Magnificent Monument Valley which is well worth an overnight stop. As you approach the  area you’ll notice the famous view used for countless western films. Make sure you arrive in plenty of time for the sunset, it’s astonishing!

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