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Trip Highlights Archive

Ruby Beach Starfish

Olympic National Park is Full of Life

Olympic National Park is home to six different ecosystems: coastal, lowlands, rain forest, montane, subalpine, and alpine. On our Washington Coast to Cascades tour, we experience all six, but especially enjoy exploring the coastal, rain forest and alpine regions of the park. At the coastal areas of Ruby Beach and Rialto Beach, we’ve spotted many… Read more →

Glacier National Park

Glacier National Park is one of our new favorite places. It is called the Crown of the Continent for a reason. No matter where you hike in the park, you’ll see stunning views of high alpine lakes, towering mountain peaks or “Horns”, meadows filled with wildflowers and of course lots of wild life, like marmots,… Read more →

Flowers at Glacier

Wild Flowers of Glacier National Park

If the stunning peaks, pristine lakes, prolific waterfalls and wildlife of Glacier National Park aren’t enough for you, perhaps you will love the wildflower carpeted alpine meadows and trails lined with every shape and color you can imagine! Pink Spirea, blue forget-me knots, white pasqueflowers and mariposa lilies, magenta monkey flower, yellow buttercups and blanket… Read more →

Grand Canyon on an Adventure Bus Tour

Grand Canyon: A Guest Remembers

Grand Canyon by Dawn Rotella Frequent Adventure Bus traveler and guest blogger “Grandest of God’s terrestrial cities” is what naturalist John Muir (1838 –1914) said of Grand Canyon. Formed by the beautiful and powerful Colorado River and designated as a National Park in 1919, Grand Canyon is referred to as one of the Seven Wonders… Read more →

Grand Teton Cascade Canyon

Hiking in Grand Teton

Snow-capped peaks, moose, wildflowers, crisp clean mountain air, cascading creeks, this is Grand Teton National Park. One of our favorite hikes on all of our national park tours, is Cascade Canyon near Jenny Lake in Grand Teton. We begin this hike with a boat ride across pristine alpine Jenny Lake. A ten minute ride gets… Read more →

Hovenweep National Monument

Situated on the border of Utah and Colorado, Hovenweep is home to unique ruins and cliff dwellings. Hike around Little Ruin Canyon for great views of many ruins like Square Tower. Nearly 500 people lived in the area at one time, departing sometime after 1300AD. Keep watch for beautiful collared lizards which like to hang… Read more →