Fossil ButteNM – hunt in the cold sagebrush desert and
flat-topped ridges to see some of the world's best preserved fossilized fish,
insects, plants, reptiles, birds and mammals from an ancient sub-tropical
The Great Salt Lake – swim and float offthe
white sand beaches ofAntelopeIsland. Observe antelope, deer, bobcats,
coyotes, birds and some 600 American Bison, introduced to the island in 1893.
Yellowstone NP, America's first national park, home to grizzly bears, wolves,
bison, and elk. Experience Old Faithful’s
eruption fist-hand.See the world's most
extraordinary collection of geysers and hot
springs. Explore the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone. Attend an evening fireside ranger-led
program to learn more about the wonders of Yellowstone.
Grand Teton NP –
see the spectacular landscape rich with majestic mountains, pristine glacial lakes
and extraordinary wildlife. See waterfalls, swim in JennyLake and take a polar bear plunge in SurpriseLake
after an alpine walk half way up Grand Teton.
Buffalo Bill Historic Center boasts of five inter-connected museums all under one
roof depicting the rich history of the American West, including the life of
W.F. "Buffalo Bill" Cody.
Minnetonka Cave SF is a fascinating
9-room cave of stalactites, stalagmites and banded travertine
that was originally found by grouse hunters. Three stalagmites, over
10 feet high, have diameters of nearly four feet.
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