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In the meantime, here are some of our featured trips:

Yellowstone & Grand Teton National Parks

June 8-13, 2016

Visit Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks during the National Park Service Centennial!

Discover incredible Yellowstone National Park with two days of guided tours and time to explore on your own. Take a leisurely float trip down the Snake River through Grand Teton National Park, learning about the wildlife and history. Explore the charming town of Jackson, Wyoming and travel by covered wagon or horseback to a cookout with steaks prepared over open grills.

Stay in two rustic lodges in Yellowstone, including one night at the Old Faithful Snow Lodge, located adjacent to Old Faithful Geyser.

Alaska National Parks Land Tour

June 20-27, 2016

This Alaskan land adventure tour is a great introduction to the national parks of America’s Last Frontier and the state’s most popular wildlife! Visit Kenai Fjords and Denali National Parks during the National Park Service Centennial!

Spend your time in the parks with complimentary activities or splurge for optional tours to river raft, flightsee, take a jet boat safari or visit an award-winning Iditarod dog kennel. Along the way explore Anchorage, Seward and Talkeetna.

Circle Oregon

September 15-22, 2016

Visit Crater Lake National Park during the National Park Service Centennial.

Eat lunch atop Mount Hood above the Hood River Valley, one of the largest fruit-growing regions in Oregon. Visit the city of Astoria, with its hillsides of stately Victorian mansions. See the reconstruction of Fort Clatsop, part of the larger Lewis and Clark National Historical Park, and other sites associated with the Corps of Discovery trail. Travel along the mighty Columbia River Gorge, take a sand dune buggy ride, and walk along beaches on the Pacific Ocean. Spend two nights at the historic lodge in magnificent Crater Lake National Park, complete with a ranger led tour and plenty of free time to explore the park at leisure.

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