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NORTH AMERICA | Jackson Hole, Brooks Lake, Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks | 7 Days / 6 Nights


People in cowboy hats riding horses in a row along a trail near towering mesas 3 women and 2 men with reels in hand are fly fishing Steam rising from a mudpot with pine trees nearby 2 boys run through a field near snow dusted mountains Bison graze in a field next to a wooden barn surrounded by mountain peaks 5 teenagers paddle in a whitewater raft down a river
People in cowboy hats riding horses in a row along a trail near towering mesas
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Hit the trails on a scenic horseback ride in Wyoming, the "Cowboy State."
Call us at (800) 543-0865^ or contact your Travel Agent.

Head into the great state of Wyoming and bask in the rugged beauty of the West. Explore Yellowstone National Park and other spectacular sites by horseback, whitewater raft and on foot. Feel your spirits soar in this land filled with natural wonders!

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Brooks Lake

Meal(s) Included: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Accommodations: Brooks Lake Lodge

A boy and 2 adults paddle down a river in a rowboat

Breakfast at Brooks Lake Lodge

Start off your day with a tasty breakfast.

Horseback Trail Ride*

Hop in the saddle and hit the trail on a horseback ride through the splendor of the countryside that surrounds the lodge.

Ranch Lunch

Head back to the ranch to dig into a real cowboy lunch.

Afternoon Activities at Brooks Lake

Bring the family together and explore everything the wilderness has to offer. Saddle up for a trail ride, go fishing or canoeing or see how well you hit the target on the archery range!

Hike Up the Pinnacles or to the Top of Brooks Mountain

Hike up the Pinnacles or Brooks Mountain and stand atop the Continental Divide! Follow a naturalist guide through the forests and meadows to learn about the wild fauna and flora that call this place home.

Farewell Dinner at the Ranch

Toast to the adventure of the past week, and chow down on one last cowboy meal. Relive your time together and share the memories that your family will cherish for a lifetime!

* To go horseback riding, you must be at least 7 years old and weigh less than 250 pounds (113 kilograms).