from € 2.330 Included flights
In the saddle of your motorcycle you will follow in the footsteps of famous Indians and cowboys, you will have a taste of how they lived and you will retrace the historical places where they faced the bloodiest battles of the old West. A journey through The Big Sky Country to visit countless historical sites. We start from Denver and head north to the Rocky Mountains and the capital of Wyoming, Cheyenne. You’ll go to Hot Springs, South Dakota, to see the world’s largest mammoth research facility. You will see the Crazy Horse Memorial and Badlands National Park on the way to Rapid City. You will board the 1880 Train and visit Mount Rushmore before continuing on to Devils Tower and Sheridan. From Sheridan you will take the scenic route on Bighorn Pass to Cody. You will visit the first American national park, Yellowstone. You will continue south to Jackson Hole, a picturesque town located in one of the most beautiful natural areas before returning to Denver, Colorado. A beautiful itinerary to discover the beauties of Wyoming on motorcycle!
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Departure from Rome or Milan with British Airways flight and arrival in Denver. Free transfer to the hotel. Denver has the charm of an urban city and at the same time the mystery of the Old Wild West. Located just over 1 kilometer above sea level the capital of Colorado was one of the first settlements not to have been built in a navigable body of water or close to a functioning railway. Here a grain of gold was discovered which led many avid seekers to settle there although such a large gold discovery had never been made, William H. Larimer arrived in 1859 and devised a plan for the city. Today the city of Denver is a thriving commercial and financial center but the light it shone at its dawn has not yet gone out.
Collection of the rented motorcycles and departure from Denver in the morning to the Rocky Mountain National Park. Here the Mountains cast their gaze into the wonderful landscape at their fee, with pine and coniferous forests and fields of wild flowers that create a spectacular panorama. The park is home to American deer, mule deer, beavers, coyotes, river otters, moose, Rocky Mountain sheep and many singing birds. Trail Ridge Road, west of the park is considered one of America's largest scenic state roads. It was designated All-American Road in 1996, one of the top 6 in America. The exhibits at the Alpine Information Office at the Fall River Pass about 3.5 km above sea level illustrate the life of the Alpine tundra.
Overnight stay in Cheyenne
Departure for Rapid City passing through the 4 figures carved out of stone at Mount Rushmore which represent the first 150 years of American history. The faces of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln and Theodore Roosvelt, the visionaries who contributed individually to the foundation of the United States are represented on stone.. In addition to the granite sculptures you will find an amphitheater, a museum / theater, an info-point, a gift shop, a bookshop and refreshment facilities. To complete your experience in Rushmore we recommend the evening light show and a visit to the Crazy Horse Memorial, home to the largest mountain sculpture exhibition in the world, still in progress. The Memorial tells the story of the greatest and patriotic Native American hero Crazy Horse who died in 1877. The structure of the Memorial includes over 3500 square meters the reception center and theaters, the Indian Museum of North America, the Native American Educational & amp; Cultural Center, the sculptor's workshop, outdoor and indoor galleries, the museum's gift shop, the dining area and a veranda with a wide view.
Overnight stay in Rapid City
Rapid City is the connecting city of some of the most famous attractions in the United States such as Mount Rushmore, the Crazy Horse Memorial and the Black Hills national forest, as well as the Custer state Park, the Badlands and the Devil's Tower.
Wherever you turn you will find yourself in front of breathtaking views, a combination of crystal clear lakes, mountains and grazing buffalo.
You can enjoy a full day on a motorcycle starting from Rapid City for a trip to the Badlands National Park and the nearby town of Wall, for a visit to the Wounded Knee Museum. For millions of years, wind, water and erosion have created chiseled spiers, deep gorges and jagged hills. With its 244000 acres, Badlands National Park is one of the largest protected grasslands in the U.S. The park is home to a wide variety of wildlife such as the Rocky Mountain sheep, the bison, the American fox and the black-footed ferret, threatened with extinction. Antelopes and deer are often spotted near the roadways or picnic areas. Dedicate the first hour of visit to viewing the informative video and visiting the exhibition at the information office; drive along 240 Loop Road (approximately 60 minutes) and take a few stops to take photos. Leaving Badlands via I-90, head to the city of Wall for a visit to the Wounded Knee Museum. We recommend you to stop for lunch at Wollies, a restaurant known by many in the area, which you can find along the way. At the Wounded Knee Museum, exhibitions and photographs provide a clear picture of the events of the battle of Wounded Knee. The museum offers an authentic storytelling behind the legendary massacre. Overnight stay.
You continue our way on the old tracks of the American Cowboys; from Rapid City to the Devil's Tower National Monument. The almost vertical monolith, better known as the Devil's Towerstands 386 meters above the Belle Fourche River. Known by the tribes of the northern plains as "the bear lair" it is a sacred place of prayer for many American Indians. Arrival in Sheridan, take to the east of Wyoming and overnight stay.
Continuation of the on the road tour through the Bighorn National Forest passing through its thick woods, lush meadows, waterfalls and deep canyons and heading over the ridge of the Big Horn Mountains, until we reach the scenic Bighorn Pass, which leads in Cody in Wyoming whose name derives from the famous Buffalo Bill Cody. Cody is a small typical village in the state of Wyoming, a fundamental stop before crossing the mountains leading to Yellowstone national park. Here is the famous Buffalo Bill Historical Center, museum about the life of the legendary cowboy. Furthermore it is also possible to visit the weapons museum and the ethnographic museum of the Plains Indians. Do not miss the summer rodeos and a stop at the saloon of Irma, sister of Buffalo Bill, a real institution in the city.
The Plains Indian Museum has one of the largest and most beautiful collections of art and artifacts from the Plains Indians across the country, but also European weapons dating back to the 16th century. The library houses collections that include electronic and printed resources and materials, original archives and manuscripts, photographs, microfilm and audio and video recordings.
In the evening a visit to the rodeo show is a must!
Overnight stay in Cody
Departure from Cody to Yellowstone National Park. It was the first national park in the world and the example model on which national parks around the world were created. One of the main attractions of the park is a famous geyser, the Old Faithful, named for its punctuality and predictability; its eruptions always last from 1 to 5 minutes and reach up to 25 meters in height. Yellowstone is also home to herds of wild buffalo, the country's largest nature reserve, a huge lake, the Continental Divide, around 10000 hydrothermal attractions and over 1500 kilometers of trails. Why not explore the park's interesting sites and hydrothermal attractions by walking on the comfortable wooden walkways? The wildlife of Yellowstone is as spectacular as the hydrothermal attractions. Thanks to the remote location of the park and its large size the animals roam free and have the opportunity to live in a natural environment just like their breed has lived for centuries. Elk, buffalo and American deer are the animals that mostly populate the park.
Overnight stay in Yellowstone.
Another full day to spend in Yellowstone National Park. Established in 1872 it is the first national park in the United States. Located between the states of Wyoming, Montana and Idaho it is an area that covers approximately 9000 square km. Wonder of nature, it houses an infinite variety of mammals, about 67 species, 330 species of birds and numerous types of fish that make it one of the main sanctuaries of the world's fauna. It also hosts 7 species of conifers and around 1000 species of flowers.
The park contains approximately half of the world's hydrothermal capacity; there are over 10,000 hydrothermal sources, including over 300 geysers.
Wild animal lovers will be fascinated by the opportunity to spot grizzly bears, deer, elk and wild sheep. The most famous inhabitants of Yellowstone are the majestic bisons, also called buffalos, which have lived in the park for over a hundred years, fighting hunters and resisting the hunger of the winter months. Today there are 3500 specimens. Overnight stay.
Today you will drive through Yellowstone Park in the direction of Jackson Hole where you can pass in front of the Grand Teton Mountains. This mountain chain is about 65 km long and on average there is a snowfall of almost 5 meters. The 4197 m high Grand Teton is the highest peak in the chain. The view of the mountains, often covered with snow is spectacular, it is worth stopping at one of the many views to take some photos. Cowboys come back to life in the city of Jackson Hole, once a place of fur trade. The city is dotted with saloons and it is possible to find authentic works of art in the numerous galleries. It will be possible to visit a local ranch for a delicious outdoor meal and a "Wild West Show". Tourist guides are available for visiting the area on horseback or even in a hot air balloon! The surrounding woods were between 1820 and 1840 a popular destination for hunters of skins. The popularity of these lands had new vigor at the end of the 18th century, when horse thief William C "Teton" Jackson chose them as his hiding place, giving a new radiance to the cowboy tradition typical of the area.
Overnight stay in Riverton.
Departure from Riverton to Laramie where the western tradition is still alive and permeates the atmosphere, so much so that history buffs can also beat the paths of the famous outlaws who preyed on cattle herds, attacked banks and trains. In Hainer, Kid Curry and the famous Sundance Kid and Butch Cassidy were part of the group called The Wild Bunch, the "Wild Pile". Their first hideout was "hole in the wall", a desolate valley in north central Wyoming which took its name from the crack in the cliff for which you entered. It was hidden by a very high wall of red rock, reachable through an impervious gorge full of caves and narrow passages. Laramie's Wyoming Territorial Prison where Butch Cassidy was imprisoned, is now a very interesting museum.
Overnight stay in Laramie.
Restart for Denver. Arrival and return of the rented motorcycle. Check-in at the hotel. Rest of the day at leisure.
Free transfer to the airport for the return flight to Italy. Departure from Denver on a scheduled flight operated by British Airways. Meals and overnight stays on board.
Arrival in Italy in the early morning.
Tariff per person, starting from:
|From 1 January 2018 to 31 December 2018||€ 2,330|
EXPECTED HOTELS or similar
Denver: DoubleTree By Hilton Denver (3 *)
Cheye nne: Radisson Cheyenne (form Holiday Inn) (3 *)
Rapid City: BW Ramkota Rapid City (3 *)
Sheridan: BW Sheridan Center (3 *)
Cody: Comfort Inn Cody (3 *)
Yellowstone: Mammoth Hot Springs (2 * sup)
Riverton: Holiday Inn Riverton (2 * sup)
Laramie: Holiday Inn Laramie(3 *)
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|Hotel Category 3 *
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