Wyoming’s adventure town of Jackson, with its old western style boardwalks and charm, is the gateway to memorable adventures at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort and the Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks. Discover the stunning jagged Tetons, glacier lakes, rivers and abundant wildlife on your adventures.
With its 2.2 million acres, Yellowstone National Park offers sightseers and explorers the famous Old Faithful and hundreds of geysers, hot springs, lakes, rivers, valleys, forests, mountains and diverse wildlife.
Moab, a small resort town in Utah, is the base camp for an abundance of activities and sightseeing surrounded by red rocks, arches and the Green and Colorado rivers. Moab is the gateway to the scenic Arches National Park featuring over 2,000 natural sandstone arches and the massive adventure playground Canyonlands National Park.
Moab visitors, locals and dogs love the Negro Bill Canyon hike. The Moab Rim trail and the Corona Arch Trail are impressive slickrock trails with stunning views. Hidden Valley boasts spectacular hiking, bouldering, mountain biking, petroglyphs and rock climbing. The White Rim is the ultimate bike adventure for all levels.
Explore more of Utah! Nine Mile Canyon showcases over 1000 panels and 10,000 images of petroglyphs and pictographs. The Nebo Loop scenic byway, a must see during Fall, offers views of red rock formations, alpine lakes and the Wasatch Mountains. For summer hiking in the Utah’s mountains, head to the stunning Brighton and Alta Ski Resorts.
Park City, in Utah, is a destination summer and winter town ranked as best town in 2013 by Outside Magazine. Well known as a ski town with top ranked ski resort, Deer Valley Resort and the upcoming largest single ski area in country, Park City Mountain Resort, with the connection of Park City Mountain and Canyons for the 2015/16 season. Park City is also tops for summer adventures in mountain biking, hiking and outside activities.