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Canada to Yellowstone National Park - Guided Motorcycle Tour
This once in a lifetime 2,748 mile journey takes you from Seattle through the visual splendour of the Cascade Mountains before ascending the Canadian Rockies to Lake Louise and Banff.
From Canada you will cross back into the USA through Glacier National Park and the majesty of Yellowstone National Park. Your journey culminates with a ride through one of the most stunning landscapes, Rocky Mountain National Park, before ending in the mile high city of Denver.
Per person price based on various bike/rider options off-peak from: Two people/one bike sharing one room £5249 Two people/ two bikes sharing one room £6395 One person/ one bike in single room £7995
Guided tour includes:
Flights from the UK to Seattle/return Denver
Hotel accommodation for duration, daily breakfast on tour and Welcome & Farewell dinner
Guaranteed 1st choice of bike and maximum 12 riders per group
Unlimited mileage, fuel and oil
Whitewater rafting adventure
Helmets for driver and passenger plus custom riding jacket
Professional Tour Leader plus support vehicle with room for additional luggage
National Park entrance fees, hotel parking fees and one way transfer fees (when applicable)
Transfer between hotel and EagleRider depot
The highest available levels of liability, accident, theft, damage and holiday interruption protection
Tour departure dates:
2017: July 12; August 2, 16; September 6
Day 1 : Seattle, Washington
Welcome to one of the most beautiful cities in the United States, Seattle, Washington. Enjoy a long leisurely stroll down the famed Seattle waterfront. Enjoy a ferry ride on Elliot Bay, visit the Space Needle, or try your hand throwing salmon at the world famous Pike's Place Market. Tonight you will take in a great dinner at a local landmark restaurant.
Day 2 : Seattle to Winthrop
Distance: 198 miles
Say goodbye to the Emerald City of Seattle and quickly make our way to some of the most beautiful back roads in the State of Washington. Highway 9 is a Northwest treasure that winds through the carnation and tulip fields as we head north towards the Mt. Baker and North Cascades National Parks. Highway 9 drops us off at the North Cascades Loop as we head east through, what is quite literally, some of the most stunning scenery south of the Canadian Rockies. Our stop for the night is the small western town of Winthrop.
Day 3 : Winthrop to Kamloops
Distance: 170 miles
Enjoy morning coffee along the river before heading north and crossing the border into the heart of Canada's wine country, Oliver, B.C. You will experience the quiet roads that wind through the grape vines. Soon you will be riding along the shores of Canada's beautiful Lake Okanogan and one of her great waterfront cities, Pinticton. You can see the majestic mountains rising in the distance as you make your way to Kamloops, B.C where you will enjoy some great live music and Canadian hospitality.
Day 4 : Kamloops - Jasper
Distance: 276 miles
Alberta Canada, the gateway to the Canadian Rockies, is a haven for adventure travellers from around the world. This four season destination boasts some of the best hiking, mountain biking, whitewater rafting and skiing in North America. Our ride today will take us to the heart of Jasper National Forest and the great mountain village of Jasper, Alberta. Jasper holds a special place in our hearts as it marks the beginning of Canada's amazing Route 93, or Icefield Highway, that runs from Jasper to the breathtaking lakeside village of Lake Louise, Alberta.
Day 5 : Jasper - Banff
Distance: 179 miles
Get ready to ride a stretch of highway that would rank among the top ten motorcycle rides in North American. Canada's Highway 93, also known as the Banff - Jasper Highway, takes you along glacial peaks and across some of Canada's most stunning icefields. This day promises to be on of the great riding days of the tour. Enjoy the vibrant Rocky Mountain village of Banff, Alberta, known for friendly people, good food and great nightlife.
Day 6 : Banff to Waterton Lakes National Park
Distance: 250 miles
Waterton Lakes National Park is on the Canadian side of Glacier National Park is one of the most visually stunning places in North America. In Waterton you will enjoy a quiet, serene afternoon and evening on the glassy waters of a crystal clear lake.
Day 7 : Waterton Lakes National Park to Whitefish
Distance: 126 miles
What better way to enter back into the United States than with a ride through the amazing vistas of Glacier National Park. For motorcycle enthusiasts, it is simply an assault on the senses and offers some excellent riding terrain. Traffic is light in Glacier National Park, especially on the undiscovered roads where the only delay likely to be a herd of Bighorn Sheep crossing the road.
Day 8 : Whitefish to Fairmont
Distance: 240 miles
As you leave the Glacier National Park, northwest toward Bozeman Montana you will pass through areas that for thousands of years were ruled by Native American tribes.
Day 9 : Fairmont to Red Lodge
Distance: 255 miles
Hit the road then stop for lunch at the old railroad town of Livingston, Montana. Enjoy a Montana size steak sandwich before starting your climb towards the mountain town of Red Lodge, your stop for the night.
Day 10 : Red Lodge to Cody
Distance: 113 miles
There is simply no way to put into words what lies ahead today. Cruising at a nice easy speed with plenty of stops to capture awe inspiring photos of the scenery and glimpses of wildlife. Tonight we stay in Cody, Wyoming, the classic western town that was once home to Buffalo Bill Cody. After dinner take in the local Cody Rodeo.
Day 11 : Cody
Distance: 131 miles
The ride from Cody into the southeast entrance of Yellowstone National Park comes with all of the majestic views and wildlife sightings that one expects when they think of America's oldest National Park. The mileage is short today with leisurely stops to fully experience your surroundings.
Day 12 : Cody to Jackson, Wyoming
Distance: 152 miles
Your home tonight is nestled in one of the most famous and exclusive ski resort areas of the United States, Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Jackson is home to sprawling cattle ranches, celebrity estates and roaming herds of buffalo. Enjoy the vibrant nightlife of Jackson Hole with a relaxed start the next morning.
Day 13 : Jackson to Rock Springs
Distance: 180 miles
Our time together is drawing to a close in a few days, but the scenery along this route is just as uplifting and amazing as every day before. Tonight is all about relaxing and enjoying the company of our new found friends. Rock Springs is a great place for our tour leaders to break out the guitars and treat the group to some great music around a crackling fire under a blanket of the brightest starts you will ever see.
Day 14 : Rock Springs to Steamboat Springs
Distance: 275 miles
Steamboat Springs, Colorado has to most certainly be one of the most beautiful small mountain town in the United States. We will ascend through the heart of the Rocky Mountains on our way to this bustling village that comes alive in the summer months with hikers, mountain bikers and people looking for a quiet place to unwind and recharge their batteries.
Day 15 : Steamboat Springs to Denver
Distance: 203 miles
Your ride is coming to a close, but you finish in spectacular fashion in Rocky Mountain National Park. Tonight enjoy one another's company for the last time at your Farewell Dinner.
Day 16 : Denver Departure
It's time to head back to the UK, unless we can persuade you to stay longer? Park the bike and head to the beach for a few days?
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