Chillinâ€™ with Rocky Mountain Vacations
The Great Rocky Mountain range extends from New Mexico up into Canada. Early American settlers encountered the Rocky Mountains on their way west, and Rocky Mountain vacations have been a major travel destination as long as there's been trans-continental transportation available. "The Rockies" form the Continental Divide, determines which rivers flow east and which flow to the west. They also witnessed a lot of excitement in the Gold Rush.
Away Up North One of our great Rocky Mountain family vacations takes you to northern Montana, just south of the Canadian border. Trekking in the Rockies allows you an excellent opportunity to see the places and animals native to the area. A part of the fun is the bike ride through Flathead Valley to Whitefish Lake. Be on the lookout for the rich variety of wildlife and plants. Include a gondola ride up Whitefish Mountain to view the glory of Glacier National Park from the air.
Yellowstone National Park and Old Faithful For as long as history has been documented, Old Faithful in Yellowstone National Park has erupted on a fairly regular basis. Visit this geyser and learn how different it is from the other hot springs in the area. You will see what other interesting natural creations are located in the area including Mammoth Hot Springs, Tower Falls, and Grand Prismatic. Quite a few of our tours of the Rocky Mountains feature Yellowstone National Park and Old Faithful.
In Winter, Too Montanaâ€™s Paradise Valley combined with Yellowstone National Park is an extraordinary trip, especially in the winter. It offers days full of wonder, snowshoeing, skiing, and exploring snow-covered paths that a majority of people see only in the summertime. A warm lodge with hot cocoa at the end of the day and lessons in mushing help make up this thrilling Rocky Mountain tour. Kick the blahs by planning a Rocky Mountain vacation package. Award-winning Austin-Lehman Adventures can help you find the trip that is perfect for you and help book your exciting vacation. Call 800.575.1540 or go to AustinLehman.com to find out more
The Great Rocky Mountain range extends from New Mexico up into Canada. Early American settlers encountered the Rocky Mountains on their way...