The Rockies feature an array of stunning scenery: from the snow-covered mountains of Rocky Mountain and Grand Teton National Parks, to the the otherworldly, volcanic beauty of Yellowstone, the turquoise lakes of Glacier National Park, and the Badlands of South Dakota.
Our trips explore the geological, ecological, and human histories of these diverse lands
Yellowstone National Park
The world’s oldest National Park sits atop a super-volcano and features Earth’s largest collection of geothermal features. Encounter the superlative beauty of Yellowstone.
Grand Teton National Park
The Tetons contain some of the oldest rock in North America – 2.7 billion-year-old metamorphic gneiss. Although the mountains themselves are much younger, their jagged beauty has been inspiring people for thousands of years.
Rocky Mountain National Park
Rocky Mountain National Park in northern Colorado lies upon the Continental Divide. It includes stunning mountains, forests and, alpine tundra where wildlife like bighorn sheep, moose, bears, and mountain lion thrive.
Glacier National Park
Glacier is known for spectacular alpine lakes and rugged mountains, but it also features pristine forests, alpine meadows as well as historic chalets and lodges. With something for everyone, Glacier is the perfect place for families and adventure seekers alike.
Just a few hours outside the Northern Rockies, South Dakota is no less rugged. With National Parks, National Monuments and more, South Dakota is a destination you won’t want to miss.