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Breathtaking beauty and pristine wilderness is delivered on this Geysers to Glaciers adventure. Your tour begins in Salt Lake City, with overnights along the way in Jackson, Yellowstone National Park, Helena, Kalispell, Spokane, and Seattle. A tour highlight is stunning Glacier National Park with its pristine forests, rugged mountains, alpine meadows, and gorgeous lakes. You’ll board a vintage 1930s Red Jammer Bus and drive along the Going-to-the-Sun Road, one of North America’s most spectacular roadways. Hugging the mountainside, you’ll witness breathtaking scenery along the way. Words and photos cannot capture the beauty—you must experience it in person! Visit Grand Teton National Park for a delightful walk along glacier-fed Jenny Lake. In nearby Jackson with its wooden sidewalks and swing-door saloons, you’ll have plenty of free time to explore on your own. More scenic beauty awaits in Yellowstone National Park, where you’ll see magnificent views of Yellowstone Canyon, Lower Falls, and world-famous Old Faithful Geyser. Overnight in Yellowstone National Park (depending on the time of year) before traveling into breathtaking Montana. This is just a sampling of the many highlights offered on this tour through Glacier National Park. It’s a holiday of a lifetime!

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    DAY 1
    Welcome to Salt Lake City! Your Tour Director is on hand late this afternoon to answer any questions.
    DAY 2
    Salt Lake City is the center of the Mormon religion, where Brigham Young declared to his followers, "This is the place." Our orientation tour will show you the best of the vibrant capital of Utah, including Temple Square with its impressive six-spired temple and adjacent tabernacle. Continue north to the Wild West town of Jackson with its wooden sidewalks and swing-door saloons. Free time to explore the shops and museums of historic downtown. (B)
    DAY 3
    This morning, visit magnificent GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK, one of America's last preserves of wild solitude. Its 13,770-foot (4197 meter) high ridges are crested with snow most of the year. Stroll along the shores of beautiful glacier-fed Jenny Lake before ending the day in America's first national park, YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK.
    DAY 4
    Today, you will see the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone with its Upper and Lower Falls. Watch for herds of bison, and view many of Yellowstone's geothermal sites, including Old Faithful Geyser.
    DAY 5
    Take the west exit out of the park and continue through Montana's Big Sky Country. Travel past bison, see bighorn sheep and elk habitat, and take in views of Hebgen Lake with its crystal-blue water and picture-perfect mountain backdrop. Marvel at the forces of nature unleashed at Quake Lake and visit the CANYON EARTHQUAKE LAKE VISITORS CENTER, where the results of a 7.4-magnitude earthquake and the ghostly shadows of the trees and cabins in the bottom of the lake are visible below the enormous rockslide. Finally, drive through the incredible Madison River valley, where "big sky" comes to life and you will discover the great Western town of Ennis. Overnight in Helena, "Queen City of the Rockies."
    DAY 6
    Today, we make our way to Missoula, a major lumber center and home of the U.S. Forest Service and the Smokejumpers' training center. Stop by the VISITOR CENTER at the 18,450-acre National Bison Range, and watch for bison, elk, antelope, and mountain sheep. Continue along the shores of Flathead Lake, lined with cherry orchards and one of America's largest freshwater lakes. (CB)
    DAY 7
    Upon entering GLACIER NATIONAL PARK board, the famous vintage RED JAMMER BUSES that will take you along one of North America's most spectacular highways: Going-to-the-Sun Road. After crossing 6,664-foot high (2031 meter) Logan Pass, enter a geographical wonderland of alpine scenery, where jagged peaks, deep green forests, pristine lakes, and meadows dominate the landscape.
    DAY 8
    Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, is surrounded by dozens of lakes left behind by the glaciers of the Ice Age. There are more than 55 lakes, but none more scenic than Lake Coeur d'Alene itself. There's time to explore this lakefront town on your own before continuing to Spokane, Washington, for the night.
    DAY 9
    This morning, we make our way to Seattle, the "Emerald City." This afternoon's sightseeing includes the Seattle center, site of the 1962 World Fair and the 605-foot (185 meter) high Space Needle, and a stop at the colorful Pike Place Market.
    DAY 10
    The trip ends this morning with guests departing on individual schedules. Transfers are provided to Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. You can explore Seattle more with extra nights. (CB)
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