Day 1: Seattle
Arrive at any time. There are no activities planned until an evening welcome meeting.
There's a lot to see and do in Seattle, and we recommend spending extra time here if you'd like to explore the city.
Day 2: Seattle/Mount Rainier National Park
Drive to nearby Mt Rainier National Park. Explore the park on one of the many hiking trails, including the Skyline, Nisqually Vista, or Bench/Snow Lake Trail.
Day 3: Mount Rainier National Park/Wallace
Continue east through the state of Washington. Check out scenic Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, en route to the quirky, small town of Wallace.
Day 4: Wallace/Glacier National Park
Enjoy the drive into Montana, and head to Glacier National Park for the first night of camping in Big Sky Country.
Day 5: Glacier National Park
Explore Glacier NP with its many glaciers, lakes and streams. Opt to drive Going-to-the-Sun Road and reach the Continental Divide.
With over 20 glaciers and 200 lakes and streams, Glacier National Park is a must see. Choose from 730 miles of hiking trails to really enjoy this majestic park.
Includes: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Day 6: Glacier National Park/Bozeman
Drive south to the university town of Bozeman, Montana. Enjoy a hotel and a night on the town before carrying on to Yellowstone.
Includes: Breakfast, Lunch
Day 7: Bozeman/Yellowstone National Park
Spend the day driving through the northern section of Yellowstone National Park. The ride can be slow-going due to all the stopping for bears, elk and bison that may cozy up to the road. Soak in the scenery of waterfalls, fumaroles, and geysers, take short hikes, and lay eyes on Old Faithful.
Includes: Lunch, Dinner
Day 8: Yellowstone National Park
Continue exploring more sections of the park, home to the most wild animals in the U.S.. Check out waterfalls, take short hikes and lay eyes on Old Faithful.
Includes: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Day 9: Yellowstone National Park/Jackson
Spend the morning driving through Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks before reaching the fun, cowboy town of Jackson Hole. Opt to check out some hikes nearby, go shopping, or relax in a cool café. In the evening, opt to wet your whistle at a cowboy bar.
Cross the Continental Divide, and enjoy the view of more than 12 peaks that make up this beautiful drive. Stop at Grand Teton National Park and take in the tranquil surroundings.
In the late afternoon, reach Jackson and marvel at the town square’s elk antler arches. In the evening, enjoy a night out with a true wild western atmosphere at the One Million Dollar Bar.
Day 10: Jackson/Boise
Start heading west to Boise, Idaho, stopping at Craters of the Moon National Monument en route.
Day 11: Boise/Bend
Continue on to Bend, Oregon, consistently voted one of the best places to live in the U.S.. Arrive in time to explore a bit of the town.
Day 12: Bend/Eugene
Leave early to spend a few hours at gorgeous Crater Lake National Park. Enjoy a short hike in the area before continuing on to the university town of Eugene.
Day 13: Eugene/Portland
Drive north to the city of Portland. One of the most popular cities to visit north of California on the West Coast, Portland is artsy, funky and full of great eating and drinking options. Spend the afternoon getting to know this charming city.
Day 14: Portland/Seattle
Enjoy the morning in Portland before travelling back to Seattle. Opt to go for a final dinner with the group.
Day 15: Seattle
Depart at any time.
With so much to see and do here, opt to extend your stay and see more.