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The Backroads Of Yellowstone - Flying Tour

The Backroads Of Yellowstone - Flying Tour

Travel with Wolf's to see the majestic Grand Tetons and enjoy a scenic float trip down the Snake River (pending water levels). After a wonderful day in the Grand Tetons, you will travel to Yellowstone and it's all about the geo-thermal springs from Old Faithful to the Fountain Paint Pots. The geo-thermal springs are incredible and hopefully you will see some wildlife too. Then, on to Cody Wyoming, to get a taste of the west from the rodeo and the Buffalo Bill Historic Center.


Travel with Wolf's to see the majestic Grand Tetons and enjoy a scenic float trip down the Snake River (pending water levels). After a wonderful day in the Grand Tetons, you will travel to Yellowstone and it's all about the geo-thermal springs from Old Faithful to the Fountain Paint Pots. The geo-thermal springs are incredible and hopefully you will see some wildlife too. Then, on to Cody Wyoming, to get a taste of the west from the rodeo and the Buffalo Bill Historic Center.

Package Includes:  6 Nights' Lodging, 6 Breakfasts, 2 Lunches, 4 Dinners, Gratuities for Included Meals, Fully Escorted with Tour Guide*, Visit Temple Square and Enjoy Tabernacle Choir Rehearsal (Schedule Permitting), Explore the Frontier Town of Jackson Hole, WY, Guided Scenic Float on the Snake River (Pending Water Levels), Roundtrip Jenny Lake Boat Shuttle , Visit Jackson Lake Lodge, Sightseeing in Yellowstone National Park, Visit Old Faithful and Explore Fountain Paint Pots, See the "Grand Canyon of Yellowstone", Drive Through Scenic Hayden Valley, Admission to Cody Cattle Company, Admission to a Cowboy Rodeo, Admission to Buffalo Bill Historic Center, Tour of Wyoming Dinosaur Center and Dig Sites, Admission to Wind River Wild Horse Sanctuary, Admission to the Museum of the American West, Roundtrip Airport Transfers and Motorcoach Transportation.


**Roundtrip Airfare - NOT INCLUDED IN PACKAGE PRICE. Pricing is to be announced in October 2024. Once pricing is announced, payment for the airfare is due and is NON-REFUNDABLE.


*Tour Guide and Motorcoach Driver gratuities are not included in the package price. If you feel that they have performed well, the customary gratuity for the Tour Director is $8.00-$9.00 per person per day. Driver gratuity is suggested to be $6.00-$7.00 per person per day. Gratuities are typically extended on an individual basis at the conclusion of the tour.


**Airport Baggage Fees are NOT included in the above package price. Airport Baggage Fees will be announced one month prior to the trip along with the departure locations and times**



Copy of Valid Passport or REAL ID Driver's License is REQUIRED - Passports must be valid for six (6) months after the RETURN date of any tour requiring a passport for travel. It is the responsibility of each passenger to verify that your passport or REAL ID driver's license is valid for your trip and that you have it with you on the day of departure. Passport cannot expire before January 20, 2026. Please provide a legible copy of your Passport or REAL ID Driver's License to Wolf's Bus Lines when making a reservation.



Travel Documents - Passenger names MUST match Travel Identification exactly. Name corrections, after final payment due date or after tickets have been issued, will result in additional fees being assessed.



Travel Insurance - Wolf's Bus Lines HIGHLY recommends that you consider purchasing travel insurance for this trip due to the strict non-refundable policy. Travel insurance is available through our partnership with Allianz Global Assistance. For more information, to get a quote or purchase a policy, please contact our tour department.



The Trip Payment Schedule is as Follows:


1.  This trip requires a $500 per person deposit within 14 days of booking a reservation

2.  Payment for Airfare is due when price is announced and is NON-REFUNDABLE at that time

3.  A second deposit of $1,500 per person is due by February 5, 2025

4.  The trip must be paid in full by April 1, 2025, and becomes NON-REFUNDABLE as of this date




**Please Note: This tour requires average physical activity, but participants should be in good health, able to climb stairs and walk reasonable distances, possibly over uneven ground or unpaved trails. This tour covers areas of higher altitudes including overnight locations above 6,000 ft and touring above 8,000 ft. Comfortable walking shoes are a must.





Today you will travel to the airport via Wolf's motorcoach to begin your journey out west to explore The Backroads of Yellowstone for an experience that blends the thrill of the wild west and the majestic beauty of the landscape for a "Bucket-List Worthy" tour. Upon arrival in Salt Lake City, Utah, you are transported to your host hotel (TBA) where you will have some time to settle in and then join together for an included welcome reception and dinner. Next, the option is yours to remain at the hotel to relax and unwind for the remainder of the night or visit Temple Square for a chance to hear the world-famous Tabernacle Choir (schedule permitting) during their weekly evening rehearsal. For more than 100 years, the Tabernacle Choir has given voice to the hopes, joys, trials and triumphs of people around the world. The public is welcome to enter the historic Tabernacle once a week to delight in the sounds of this 360-member chorus of men and women sometimes referred to "America's Choir" because of their high standard of popular choral music. At the conclusion of the rehearsal, you return to the hotel to turn in for the night.



Following breakfast included at the hotel and check-out, the lure of the West beckons you this morning along with the call of the wild as you board the motorcoach and make your way to the frontier town of Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Along the way, you travel past jewel-like Bear Lake renowned for its stunning turquoise color and scenic beauty enroute to Star Valley and the wild west town of Jackson. Jackson Hole is famous for its skiing, fishing, rafting, ranches and more. As a matter of fact, you will experience a thrilling, yet leisurely, scenic float trip on the Snake River (pending water levels) and dinner included. **Please Note: You will have about a 15-minute walk on uneven terrain to get to the rafts at the waters edge. Witness the awe-inspiring views of the Teton Range as your river guide points out wildlife, explains the geology of the area and tells stories of local history and folklore. It is an adventure that you will not soon forget. There will be some time to explore the saloons, dance halls and the wide variety of shops and boutiques that are open late in Jackson Hole. Afterwards, you check in to your host hotel (TBA) for the night.

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Enjoy breakfast included before you pack up and depart for Grand Teton National Park. Please be sure to wear comfortable shoes and clothing today. You will take the inner loop road to Jenny Lake for a pleasant round trip scenic boat shuttle to the other side of Jenny Lake. You can choose to take a short walk to Hidden Falls or just relax and enjoy the scenery. Jenny Lake is one of the most visited areas in Grand Teton National Park. Tucked away at the base of the Teton range, the lake is the centerpiece of the park. Situated near the mouth of Cascade Canyon, Hidden Falls drops roughly 100-feet in a series of steps, thus making it the best waterfall hike in the park. You return on the Jenny Lake Boat Shuttle to board the motorcoach to travel to historic Jackson Lake Lodge which is listed on the National Historic Register and boasts 60-foot floor to ceiling windows that overlook pristine Jackson Lake and the majestic Teton Range. Interesting fact - an agreement between the U.S. and the Soviet governments signed here in 1989 led to the end of the cold war. Lunch is on your own today. There will be some time to enjoy the view, explore the lodge and gather some souvenirs. Afterwards, you continue north and enter Yellowstone National Park, A UNESCO World Historic Site, for sightseeing. The world's first national park is a wonderland of natural beauty and geologic oddities that has delighted and intrigued visitors for over 100 years. It is a mysterious land of steaming geysers, fumaroles, and bubbling mud pots. Today, you visit Old Faithful where you will have time to explore the area and witness an eruption of the world's most famous geyser. Discovered in 1870, Old Faithful was named for its frequent and somewhat predictable eruptions which number more than a million since Yellowstone became the world's first national park in 1872. Enjoy time to also explore more of the geyser basins including Fountain Paint Pots. Although the mud pots are not as picturesque as other hot springs, these turbulent pools of hot, muddy water, and bizarre landscapes are another feature that makes Yellowstone National Park so unique. Your travels continue along the beautiful Madison River enroute to your overnight stay at (TBA). The remainder of the night is free to have dinner on your own and rest up for your next adventure.



Wake to breakfast, included at the hotel, before you check-out and return to Yellowstone for another glorious day of sightseeing. Lunch will be on your own during the day. Your first stop will be at the breathtaking "Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone," with a chance to see both the Upper and Lower Falls, where the mighty Yellowstone River has cut its way through sheer rock to cascade down hundreds of feet to the foaming torrents below. Puffs of steam mark the hydrothermal features in the canyon's walls. Your visit here will be forever etched in your minds! Next, you make your way to Hayden Valley, a vast open grassland famous for large herds of buffalo and other wildlife. The meadow features rolling hills, islands of trees and several major thermal areas. Enjoy magnificent views as you travel along the shores of Yellowstone Lake east bound to your hotel (TBA). Tonight, enjoy an evening of western food and entertainment at the Cody Cattle Company including a chuckwagon style dinner, traditional cowboy music and some laughs. Before the night is over, prepare for an exciting Cowboy Rodeo. You then return to the hotel to turn in for the night.

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Breakfast is included at the hotel before you check-out and board the motorcoach to tour Buffalo Bill Historic Center. The center features five museums under one roof, the Whitney Art Gallery, Plains Indian Museum, Winchester Gun Exhibit, The Draper Museum of Natural History and the William Frederic Cody Wing, there is something for everyone. Lunch is included during your day of touring. Next, you travel through the quaint town of Meeteetse. Known for its hospitality, Meeteetse was where outlaws rode and cattle barons ruled the land, and where wooden boardwalks, hitching rails and water troughs still line the streets. Your travels continue to Thermopolis, Wyoming where you will stop at the Wyoming Dinosaur Center and Dig Sites. You will meet up with a local guide who will walk you through this amazing out of the way museum. The world-class facility displays one of the largest and most unique fossil collections in the world and their dig sites have some of the richest fossil-bearing strata in the western United States. You then head to your host hotel (TBA). Following check-in, you will depart for the local hot springs for a soak in the sun. Soothe your body and soul with a relaxing soak in the hot springs. What an incredible way to end this wild west Wyoming day. Dinner is on your own tonight.

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Start your morning with breakfast included at the hotel before you check out and depart for a drive through rural Wyoming. Nothing is more powerful or inspirational than the picturesque world around us. Enjoy nature at its best, the landscape is full of majestic mountains and gently sloping plains full of intricate features with bold contrasting colors. Your first stop this morning is at the Wind River Wild Horse Sanctuary in Lander. Since 2016, the Sanctuary invites visitors to see the Wild Mustangs up-close, learn about the Native American culture and experience life on a working ranch on the Wind River Indian Reservation. Your next stop is at the Museum of the American West. The museum celebrates the diverse people who shaped Wyoming. Established in 1998, the Museum is a unique, outdoor/indoor complex that educates the public by presenting the unmatched natural and cultural history of the Wind River and Sweetwater Valleys and the South Pass region of the Rocky Mountains. Lunch is included during your day. Following your visit, you Check in to your final hotel of the trip (TBA). Enjoy an included farewell dinner with your fellow passengers to reminisce about your Wild West meets majestic beauty adventure.

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Breakfast is included at the hotel this morning before you check out and depart for the airport to fly back home with the fond memories of your western adventure to brag about to your family and friends.




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Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour.

Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour.

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