Montana, Yellowstone & The Grand Tetons

Shining mountains, pristine lakes and a big volcano.
Overview

The Big Sky Country, the geysers of Yellowstone and the less well known delights of the Grand Tetons, this makes great walking country.

We start in the Flathead Valley and Glacier Park bordering Canada. Reputed to have 2,000 lakes and 1,000 miles of river,
we have a lot to see. Wildlife abounds, grizzlies are occasionally seen along with Big Horn sheep and mountain goats.

In Yellowstone, the world’s first (and probably most famous) national park, spectacular coloured Yellowstone canyon,
geysers, hot springs and swirling mud-pots enrich our walks along with a chance to see buffalo, elk, moose, chipmunks, marmots, squirrels, eagles, pelicans and the occasional bear! Grand Teton Park offers dramatic scenery, rising to nearly 2000m above sparkling lakes, mountain meadows, pine forests and the Snake River – an area of outstanding beauty enjoyed by walkers and photographers alike.

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06 Sep 14
15
Rich in Wildlife Grade D/SS
London (Heathrow)
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£4,230

  
Paul Sackin
John Knott
Helen Nelson
Debbie Leftwich
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