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Roadtrip into the Wild Wild West 

Hit the road in the West, where you can explore frontier towns on your way to Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National Park. Discover fascinating Native American and cowboy cultures, follow the route to famous Mount Rushmore and take in stunning scenery on this incredible road trip.



Trip Infos

  • Immersion into the Wild Wild West

  • Off the beaten path road trip 

  • See the the world famous Mount Rushmore

  • Learn about Native American culture and history 

  • Meet the Wild Horses

Duration:  12 Days / 11 Nights 


  • Day 1-2: Denver - Hotel Born

  • Day 2-3: Cheyenne - Best Western Frontier Inn

  • Day 3-5: Keystone - Mount Rushmore Under Canvas

  • Day 5-6: Sheridan - Best Western Sheridan 

  • Day 6-7: Cody - Holiday Inn Express Cody

  • Day 7-9: Yellowstone - Yellowstone Lake Hotel 

  • Day 9-11: Jackson Hole - The Lodge at Jackson Hole

  • Day 11-12: Salt Lake City - Kimpton Monaco

Estimated Price: $3,290 per person (Based on 2 Adults)



With 300 annual days of sunshine, Denver is a year-round destination that combines urban excitement with rich Western heritage and a passion for the outdoors. Its walkable downtown features chef-owned restaurants, brewpubs, professional sports, shopping, family attractions, arts and culture. Denver is also the premier gateway to the best of the Western USA’s national parks, including Mesa Verde, one of four national parks in Colorado, as well as Yellowstone in Wyoming and the Canyonlands in Utah.

Upon arrival, pick-up your car rental and drive to the hotel

Night at: Hotel Born - King Room 



Today, take the road into the Old West direction Cheyenne. Wyoming’s capital city conjures up romantic images of the Old West – cowboys, rodeos, railroads and the majestic High Plains. Just 145 kilometers north of Denver, Colorado, Cheyenne invites travelers to step back into time when Wild Bill Hickok and Calamity Jane tore through the streets. The legend of Cheyenne exists in the past, but today’s Cheyenne is writing a new story with a diverse music scene, public works of art, museums and a variety of dining and local craft beverage creations.

Night at: Best Western Plus Frontier Inn - King



This morning, take the road again to your next destination; Rapid City. 

While Rapid City is best known for its proximity to national parks and enormous mountain carvings, including Mount Rushmore just 40 kilometers away, visitors to the heart of this Black Hills destination will be enthralled by a plethora of outdoor adventures, a charming and historic downtown and a salute to American Indian heritage in southwestern South Dakota. 

Night at: Under Canvas Mount Rushmore - Deluxe Tent



Day Trip to an unknown yet mysterious National Park; the Badlands. 

Tens of millions of years ago, after layers of sediment – sand, silt and clay – grew in increments, streams and rivers fueled erosion, creating distinctive rock layers of tan, brown, gray, yellow and black, from the peaks to the canyon floor at Badlands National Park. While these geologic wonders attract visitors, the 98,700-hectare park is also home to a mixed-grass prairie that thrives on the clay soil and supports more than 400 species of plants in addition to wildlife, including mammals, reptiles, birds and insects.

Night at: Under Canvas Mount Rushmore - Deluxe Tent



A Day on the road between Natural Wonders and Archeological Sites. Your destination: Sheridan. Sheridan is a painting brought to life. As one of the Mountain West's greatest small towns, Sheridan features an allure that is wholly unique, a place where a one-day visit quickly becomes a two-week sojourn. Sheridan is home to 10 sites listed on the National Register of Historic Places, including some in its charming downtown, thriving with local shops, stunning galleries and delightful restaurants.

Night at: Best Western Sheridan Centre - Queen 



Along the Bighorn Canyon and its wild horses, you'll find your next stop; Cody; the self-proclaimed “Rodeo Capital of the World” Just 84 kilometers from the eastern entrance to Yellowstone National Park, at the foot of the Absaroka Mountains, you’ll find William F. “Buffalo Bill” Cody’s namesake town. The intrepid Western showman moved through this area in the 1870s and loved it so much he came back 20 years later to wrangle a town out of the rugged Rocky Mountain landscape, and what a town it is for you to explore. 

Night at: Holiday inn Express Cody - King

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Today fo deep into one of the most beautiful place on earth; Yellowstone National Park. 

First spotted in 1807 by Lewis and Clark, words can hardly do justice to Yellowstone National Park, one of Mother Nature’s finest creations. Dynamic geothermal forces lurking just below the surface gave rise to its dramatic collection of mountains, rivers, canyons, springs and geysers, all surrounded by a tapestry of animals, from the largest mammals to the smallest birds. Its allure is great, evidenced by the hordes who visit every year, but it’s possible to carve out a space of your very own in this majestic park if you plan your trip wisely.

Night at: Yellowstone lake Hotel - Lakeside Queen



Day at leisure in Yellowstone National park. Yellowstone National Park welcomes more than 3 million visitors each year who come from all around the globe to see Old Faithful erupt, the Mammoth Hot Springs steam and the hundreds of mud pots bubble. The park is beautiful in the summer months, but a visit during the off-season will mean fewer crowds. Another way to find peace and quiet is to stray further from Yellowstone’s expansive network of paved roads. The park boasts hundreds of kilometers of hiking trails meandering through the sprawling Lamar Valley and along the ledges of the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone. The further out you go, the higher your chances of spotting some of the park’s famed wildlife (such as bison, elk and bears) will be.

Night at: Yellowstone lake Hotel - Lakeside Queen



Today, drive though the park to the charming town Jackson Hole 

Enjoy a Rodeo show like no other. Rodeo has been a part of Jackson Hole’s cowboy culture since the first settlers arrived over 100 years ago. Your Jackson Hole vacation would not be complete without experiencing the legendary Jackson Hole Rodeo.

Night at: The Lodge at Jackson Hole - King 


DAY 10

Day at leisure in Grand Teton National park. Few landscapes in the world have the incredible vistas found in Grand Teton National Park. This National Park in Wyoming boasts jagged peaks, crystal-clear alpine lakes and vivid evergreen forests, creating a landscape as beautiful as it is diverse.

Night at: The Lodge at Jackson Hole - King 


DAY 11

Today, drive to the intriguing town of Salt Lake City and discover another geological wonder; the Great Salt Lake. 

Salt Lake City will surprise you. Surrounded by mountains, this lively city has an interesting and unusual past and a bright future. The vibe is friendly and laid-back, and the access to both urban and outdoor adventures creates opportunities for travelers of every ilk.

Night at: Kimpton Monaco Salt Lake City - King


DAY 12

Time to leave this land of wonders. Drop-off your car rental at the airport and  fly to your next destination.

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