Pioneer Adventures of the Old West

8 days

Pioneer Adventures of the Old West
The legends of Billy the Kid and Butch Cassidy are never far as you awaken your inner cowboy on this National Parks tour. See your Family Fun included highlights and must-sees in the itinerary below.
Sightseeing highlights
  • Explore the Grand Canyon with 'Canyon Tim', local geologist
  • Visit Sedona, Grand Canyon National Park, Historic Cameron Trading Post, Lake Powell, Zion National Park, Bryce Canyon National Park, Wild West Junction, Flagstaff and Page
  • Scenic Drive in Red Rock Country, Oak Creek Canyon and Desert View in Arizona, Grand Canyon Railway journey through the Kaibab Forest
  • Iconic Train journey aboard the historic Grand Canyon Railway
Iconic Experience
  • Sedona: Take the scenic route down into the serene, artistic town of Sedona to take in the surrounding red rock and pine forests.
  • Flagstaff: Get a bird’s eye view from the Flagstaff Extreme Adventure Course walking among the tall Ponderosa Pines 15 to 60 feet off the ground. Get your adrenaline pumping and see the sights as you adventure on suspended bridges, swings, obstacles, nets and ziplines.
  • Grand Canyon National Park: Explore Grand Canyon Railway and view Kaibab National Forest on your way to The Grand Canyon.
  • Grand Canyon National Park: Meet Canyon Dave, who shares fascinating stories about this extraordinary feat of nature and its development over the past 40 million years.
  • Zion National Park: Unlock geological history as you walk the paths and trails of Zion National Park, following in the footsteps of Native Americans and the earliest pioneers. The lush vegetation, wild rivers, roaring waterfalls and towering cliffs of this park will have you reaching for your camera over and over again. You’ll even drive through the amazing 1.1-mile, sandstone Zion-Mount Carmel Tunnel built from the late 1920s through 1930, when it was the longest tunnel of its type at the time.
  • Bryce Canyon National Park: Hello, hoodoos. As you arrive at Bryce Canyon National Park, enjoy seeing the pink, orange and rusty-red limestone spires, known as hoodoos, rise up from the valley floor. Explore the visitor center to learn more about the history and geology of the park before a scenic drive along Bryce Canyon Road with possible stops at Sunrise Point, Sunset Point and Inspiration Point. You’ll love seeing how Bryce Canyon, home to the largest collection of these spires in the world, is in a league of its own.