Oh boy, it’s cowboy country! In this national parks road trip itinerary we’ll take you from Salt Lake City up to a few of the most iconic national parks, but not without passing through a myriad of smaller, more quaint, less-traveled towns that Utah, Wyoming, and Idaho have to offer.
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Having just arrived in Idaho Falls I stepped out and looked at the water then down the path. I couldn’t hear her, but I could see her coming towards me.
She was rocking a hot pink helmet and carving back and forth on a skate board of the same color. Directly behind her were two friends pushing along on scooters. The falls in the background provided a gentle hum to the surroundings. Children cruised back and forth while couples strolled hand in hand with the falls acting as the pulse of the city.
Plan to take the scenic route this spring through Eastern Idaho’s Yellowstone Teton Territory. The valley comes to life during the spring months, yet it’s still a quiet time to enjoy the national parks. During the spring, a few notable events take place in Eastern Idaho, from the Fisherman’s Breakfast to the Mountain Brewer Beer Festival. With this sample itinerary, enjoy spectacular scenery while still finding a way to play outside.
This is a road trip of epic proportions as you travel from sea level to 10,000 ft. And back again. From the Pacific Ocean to the Rocky Mountains, and through a national park or two, this trip will give you an experience of a lifetime.
The Northwest is one of the United States’ great hidden treasures, from rocky coastlines to fog shrouded mountains, desert basins and world-class cities, this trip will give you an experience of some of the best this country has to offer.
This trip will take you through four states and two national parks and one superb national monument. You travel along the Rocky Mountains and down into the High Plains in this classic western road trip.