Day 1 Hometown - Grand Junction
Depart hometown for Denver. Arrival before 1:00pm, meet our guide at the baggage claim area and followed by a city tour to visit the State Capitol square and 16th Street Mall. Overnight in Grand Junction.
Day 2 Arches National Park - Salt Lake City (242 miles)
In the morning, head to the world's largest natural sandstone arch concentration - Arch National Park. There are more than 600 natural arched stone bridges scattered around each other. They combine the erosive forces of wind and water to create such a subtle landscape. Then heading south to Salt Lake City, visit Mormon Temple and State Capital. Overnight at Salt Lake City.
Day 3 Salt Lake City - Grand Teton - Yellowstone (313 miles)
Today we will depart early in the morning and drive along the Great Salt Lake basin. The salinity of water here is seven times greater than that of the ocean. You will reach the cowboy state of Wyoming by noon. After lunch, we will visit Grand Teton. In the afternoon, we will drive to the world famous Yellowstone National Park. Spend the night near the Yellowstone.
Day 4 Yellowstone National Park
We will spend the entire day in Yellowstone National Park seeing its most famous sights. Stops on our tour include Old Faithful, Yellowstone Canyon, Yellowstone Waterfalls, hot spring and geysers.
Day 5 Livingston - Devils Tower - Spearfish (354 miles)
In the morning, we are head to the world's first national monument, the Devil's Tower! The Indians call it the bear's residence. The Devil's Tower rises more than 1,200 miles and is spectacular. It attracts countless tourists and rock climbers every year, also the location for the third category of famous movies. Overnight at Spearfish.
Day 6 Spearfish - Mt Rushmore - Crazy Horse - Cheyenne (323 miles)
In the morning visit the world-famous Presidential Stone Statue in South Dakota, which stands in Mt. Rushmore and is the masterpiece of the immortality left by Mr. Borglum. The four presidential statues are Washington, the founding father of the United States; Jefferson, the drafter of the Declaration of Independence; Old Roosevelt, the peace ambassador; And Lincoln, the father of blacks. In the afternoon, we came to the hometown of cowboys in the west and visited the Indian National Heroes Pavilion - Crazy Horse, the largest statue in the world, the nation that the Indians fought for themselves with their hard-earned money and the people themselves. Overnight at Cheyenne.
Day 7 Cheyenne - Rocky Mountain National Park - Denver (144 miles)
Depart in the morning and head to the Rocky Mountain National Park in the north-central part of Colorado, with its magnificent mountains, diverse creatures, and natural environment, and a variety of wild fauna. Then will return to Denver after a memorable trip. Please arrange return flight after 6:00p.m. from Denver.