​DAY 1 Outbound international flight to Denver.

Stay: The Ritz-Carlton, Denver (2 nights)
​DAY 2 Denver

Denver is a great starting point for travelling into the Rockies – it’s home to numerous museums, galleries and restaurants, and you can spend hours exploring the Denver Museum of Nature and Science or the Denver Zoo. For a taste of old-time Denver, spend some time in Larimer Square – also a great spot for sampling some of the city's cuisine and, of course, the beer.
​DAY 3 Denver to Vail
Drive Time: 1 hour, 35 minutes | Distance: 98 miles

Stay: Four Seasons Resort and Residences Vail (2 nights)
​DAY 4 Vail

Vail is the ultimate mountain playground – and not just in winter. From golfing to white-water rafting, summer is one of the best times to enjoy the town and its opportunities for outdoor adventure.
​DAY 5 Vail to Moab
Drive Time: 3 hours, 25 minutes | Distance: 227 miles

If you have time, you can take a detour of just 30 miles and visit the beautiful town of Aspen, with its high-end shopping and excellent restaurants, keep an eye out for fresh peaches in local orchards as you approach Grand Junction, or break up your journey with a stop at the Colorado National Monument for a glimpse of the redrock country you’ll see in abundance over the next few days.

Stay: Sorrel River Ranch (3 nights)
​DAYS 6-7 Moab

Utah is known for its beautiful national parks, and staying at Sorrel River Ranch you’ll have exclusive access to the best of them, with two of the area’s best-known parks – Arches and Canyonlands National Parks –located just an hour’s drive away.
​DAY 8 Moab to Salt Lake City
Drive Time: 3 hours, 50 minutes | Distance: 248 miles

The drive from Moab to Salt Lake City is very scenic and helps you see the best that Utah has to offer. If you have the time, head west and go through the San Rafael Swell – one of the world’s most ruggedly-beautiful terrains – a ‘swell’ in the earth’s surface, formed by tremendous geologic upheavals many moons ago.

Stay: The Grand America Hotel (1 night)
​DAY 9 Salt Lake City to Yellowstone National Park
Drive Time: 5 hours, 20 minutes | Distance: 352 miles

Our preferred route via Jackson Hole is a more ambitious tour than the direct route, and will add a few extra hours to the journey (excluding any stops en-route), but the benefits far outweight the drawbacks. It’s a truly breathtaking drive through lovely little towns, magnificent alpine scenery, and you get an impromptu visit to the stunning Grand Teton National Park too.

Stay: Yellowstone Lodge (3 nights)
​DAYS 10-11 Yellowstone National Park

The awe-inspiring Yellowstone National Park is somewhere everyone should visit at least in their lifetime, and while three nights gives you plenty of time to explore its mountains, forests and lakes, watch the wildlife and witness the drama of the natural world, you can’t leave without seeing Old Faithful, the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone, Yellowstone Lake, Grand Prismatic Spring and Hayden Valley. 
​DAY 12 Yellowstone National Park to Three Forks
Drive Time: 1 hour, 55 minutes | Distance: 107 miles

Today you can take the time to enjoy a leisurely breakfast before heading out off to Grey Cliffs Ranch, one of the most beautiful ranches in all of North America.

Stay: Grey Cliffs Ranch (3 nights)
​DAYS 13-14 Three Forks

For three days you’ll experience pure Montana Magic – in fact pretty much everything you ever imaged about the west: fly fishing, riding horseback into Yellowstone or across the ranch at sundown, hiking, biking and birding, white-water rafting, or checking out living history reenactments in the nearby ghost town of Nevada City.
​DAY 15 Depart Bozeman for your return flight to London Heathrow via Chicago.
​PRICES ​14 nights from £3,350 per person, including flights & car hire













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