Tour Two

Beartooth Highway and
Yellowstone National Park Tour
6 riding days and 7 nights lodging
1210 miles

After a restful night in downtown Salt Lake City, day one takes you north through high Utah mountains, a scenic bird refuge and into Jackson, Wyoming where you will stay near the historic downtown area and have several outstanding dining and entertainment options.

The next day, you pass through Grand Teton National Park stopping for the incredible views across Jenny Lake to the Grand Teton mountain range. You immediately travel north into Yellowstone National Park to experience the eastern side including Jackson Lake and West Thumb Geyser Basin. That night puts you in Cody, Wyoming for the best steak dinner in the state and, if you choose, you can take in an evening PRCA sanctioned rodeo.

Day three will take you to the most northern part of your trip through the Chief Joseph Highway and onto the incredible 11,000 foot Beartooth Highway which has been called “The most beautiful drive in America” by the late Charles Kuralt and voted the best motorcycle road in the United States by the American Motorcycle Association. After lunch in Red Lodge, you will backtrack over the Beartooth Highway to Cooke City, Montana for a fun evening in a small mountain town (population 150). Trust us, you will love it!

On day four you will exploring the eastern side of Yellowstone including Upper and Lower Falls in the "Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone". Crossing to the western side, you will visit Norris Geyser Basin and spend the evening in the fun town of West Yellowstone.

Day five takes you to one of the most classic icons of the USA, Old Faithful. You will have he time to spend there because there are several other predictable geysers in the area which is acknowledged as the most thermally active region in the world! A classic place to spend some time. After that, a cruise back into Jackson with enough time to spend wandering this historic western town.

The last riding day takes you through Wyoming valleys, plains, and Utah mountains back to Salt Lake. The trip is about 1200 miles with only 15 freeway miles on the entire route.

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Beartooth Highway

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