43 days from

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Trek Code:
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Best of Trek:
  • > Cover 26 states and 7 National Parks!
  • > Explore Las Vegas, LA, San Fran and Chicago
  • > Discover the Deep South and cowboy country
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Tour Overview

Over six non-stop weeks you'll travel from coast to coast and back again. From towering mountains to white sand beaches, from the top of skyscrapers to the bottom of canyons, this fast and furious loop highlights the best of the USA. North to South and East to West the Grand Trek is what adventure is made of!

Included Highlights
  • Locally guided cycling tour of eclectic Chicago
  • Guided tour of San Fran, including the Golden Gate Bridge
  • Overlook breath taking Niagara Falls
  • Meet the Amish community in Shipshewana
  • Visit moonlike Badlands National Park
  • See the famous presidents at Mount Rushmore
  • Experience cowboy country in Cody & Jackson
  • Old Faithful geyser & wildlife in Yellowstone
  • Explore alpine lakes and scenery in Grand Teton
  • Relaxation & sightseeing in Lake Tahoe
  • Hike Yosemite's towering granite peaks
  • Visit the sparkling Californian coastline, including Monterey, Santa Barbara & Big Sur
  • Stroll along the Walk of Fame on a guided tour of LA
  • Locally guided bike tour of Washington DC, including Lincoln Memorial, White House & Smithsonian
  • Explore red canyons and hanging gardens of Zion
  • Dip your toes in the refreshing waters of Lake Powell
  • Awe inspiring sunset / sunrise over the Grand Canyon
  • The scenery and Navajo culture of Monument Valley
  • The sweet sounds of Nashville, New Orleans & Austin
  • Visit the homeland of Elvis Presley in Memphis
  • Hiking the lush trails of the Appalachian Mountains
  • Philadelphia's famous 'Rocky' steps and Liberty Bell
  • Cruise the Las Vegas Strip in a super-stretch limo
  • Admission to nine national parks & monuments
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  • Services of a TrekAmerica tour leader (leaders change mid tour)
  • Private transportation with free Wi-Fi
  • All accommodation - 32 camping, 6 hotel & 4 hostel nights.
  • All camping equipment (except sleeping bag)
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Who travels with TrekAmerica?
Who travels with TrekAmerica

Our tours are aimed at young international travellers from around the world, aged 18 to 38, all with a sense of fun and a keen desire to explore. If you're travelling alone, don't worry... over 70% of our passengers are solo travellers and you'll soon be surrounded with like-minded people of a similar age who will quickly become your new best mates. Plus there are no single supplements.

Our tour price includes your own tour leader plus all transport and accommodation, so all you have to pay for are food, drinks and optional activities. Take a moment to add up all the costs of doing it yourself, and it soon becomes clear that a TrekAmerica trip offers fantastic value for money!

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Flexible Itinerary

Our routes have been carefully chosen to include the best night stops, highlights, and included experiences, but with lots of optional activities to choose from, stops at some of your leaders favourite places and occasional changes in local conditions no two Trek trips are ever the same so come ready for a unique adventure.

Optional Activities (paid locally)

There are loads of exciting optional activities for you to choose from during your trip giving you the flexibility to do the things you want to and leave out the things you don't. Below are the main optional activities for this trip, these can be arranged once you are on tour via your Tour Leader and are paid for locally.

  • > Whitewater rafting on the New River US$70-$90
  • > New Orleans jazz clubs US$10-$20
  • > Mississippi steamboat ride US$30-$80
  • > Smithsonian National Museums US$FREE
  • > Grand Canyon helicopter flight US$274
  • > Navajo guided 4x4 tour of Monument Valley US$55
  • > Western Saloons US$varies
  • > Grand Canyon IMAX Theater US$15
  • > Las Vegas clubs & casino shows US$10+
  • > Bike rental in Yosemite US$12-$34
  • > San Francisco cable car ride US$5-$13
  • > Willis Tower in Chicago US$20
  • > Native American Museum US$FREE
  • > Lake Tahoe sunset champagne cruise US$53
  • > Cedar Point Amusement Park in Ohio US$40-$50
  • > Lake Tahoe casinos US$FREE
  • > Sun Studio in Memphis US$12
  • > New Orleans Voodoo & Graveyard tour US$20
  • > Whitewater rafting on the Snake River US$77-$124
  • > New Orleans School of Cooking US$28-$150
  • > Cody Western Rodeo US$18
  • > Civil Rights Museum in Memphis US$13
  • > Float trip on the Merced River in Yosemite US$31
  • > Las Vegas rollercoasters US$4-$30
  • > Bike rental in San Diego US$8-$32 (Tour from $65)
  • > San Francisco Bay sunset sailboat cruise US$40
  • > Horseback riding in Jackson US$65
  • > Chicago - Baseball Game from US$20
  • > Blues clubs in Chicago from US$15
  • > Alligator swamp tour, New Orleans US$23-$30
  • > Las Vegas VIP Club Tour (includes 4 clubs & limo) US$100
  • > Get married in Las Vegas (not legally binding) US$221
  • > San Francisco's Alcatraz Prison (must be booked in advance directly with Alcatraz Cruises) US$30-$37
Tour Itinerary

As this tour departs at 0730 we recommend that you book pre-tour accommodation. Please request hotel details at the time of booking.

  • Day 1: New York Area & Cayuga Lake

    You're in the Big Apple so why not stay a couple of nights before the tour departs and explore this iconic city? Head to the top of the Empire State Building or take a stroll through the beautiful Central Park, there is something for everyone here. Next up is Cayuga Lake where nothing can beat tasting some of the region's best wines in one heck of a stunning setting.
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 2: Niagara Falls & Lake Erie

    Niagara Falls is three waterfalls all rolled into one, so you can only imagine how epic it will be to witness this natural wonder with your own two eyes. Get as close as you dare to the booming cascades of Niagara Falls on an optional Maid of the Mist cruise, just be prepared to get wet. After an awesome day at the falls you'll head over to Lake Erie where you'll spend the night.
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 3: Cedar Point, Ohio

    Travelling further on up the road you'll cross over into the state of Ohio, ask a `Buckeye' to tell you all about their beloved state nut. Still on the shore of Lake Erie you'll head over to Cedar Point, where you'll find `The Best Amusement in the World' and you'll soon see why as the parks roller coasters dominate the skyline as far as the eye can see. After a day full of excitement and thrills, you'll be pleased to rest your weary head for another night next to the beautiful Lake Erie.
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 4-5: Chicago

    Visit the Amish community in Shipshewana, Indiana who maintain a more traditional way of life, and make a brief stop in Gary, Indiana for a photo of the house that Michael Jackson grew up in; then it's into Chicago - the "Windy City", home to some of the greatest blues music in America. Soar up Willis Tower for dizzying views over the Windy City. Trawl the upmarket malls of Magnificent Mile before taking to pedal power on the included famous "Bobby's Bike Hike" tour. For awesome views of the city skyline head down to Lake Michigan taking in the laid back city vibes and then go and grab yourself a slice of Chicago's deep-dish pizza, yum!
    Accommodation: Hostel included

  • Day 6: Wisconsin & Minnesota

    Wisconsin is known for cheese, and today and you have a taste of Wisconsin before saying hello to the Jolly Green Giant Statue in Blue Earth. Head out across the great prairies of America's original western frontier. Resident coyotes may utter the occasional howl as you settle back for some shut-eye under canvas.
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 7: Badlands National Park

    All signs lead to Wall Drug - the renowned drug store in the little frontier town of Wall, it's so big you need a map to get around and it's also your last stop before heading into the Badlands. Touching down here feels more like a moon landing due to the bizarre lunar landscape of low slung buttes, chiselled spires and saw tooth ridges. The rugged beauty draws in people from all over the world and you may even see bison, bighorn sheep and prairie dogs.
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 8: Mount Rushmore

    It's not every day you get to see the faces of America's presidents peering out from the granite face of Mount Rushmore. The sculpture features presidents George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln and it is pretty darn huge with 60 foot high faces, 500 feet up. Close by, another rock-carved epic is shaping up: the Crazy Horse monument, a memory to the famed Lakota Indian war leader, very impressive and a sight not to be missed.
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 9: Cody

    Wild Wyoming is up next and you'll head to Cody in the heart of cowboy country. Embrace the cowboy roots, shake a leg and try some two-step as the buckin' bronco rears its massive head! Nothing says Wyoming more than a good dose of rodeo and a Stetson, so why not indulge yourself in a summer rodeo. Enjoy an included visit to Old Trail Cowboy Town.
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 10-11: Yellowstone National Park

    Pitch up in the world's first National Park, Yellowstone. View the iconic explosive Old Faithful Geyser and colourful waterfalls whilst keeping your eyes peeled for the abundant wildlife that the roam park such as, Bison, bear, moose and elk. If after all that exploring of this beautiful park you're a little tired, why not make the most of the nearby Boiling River for a well-earned soak in the hot spring?
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 12-13: Jackson & Grand Teton National Park

    Next up are the wonderful views and hikes that await in the majestic Grand Teton National Park. With few foothills to speak of, the jagged peaks here rise like teeth from lush, flat meadows against bright blue sky. We recommend taking the ferry across Jenny Lake with a hike up to Inspiration Point for sensation views of the valley, lake and forest below. Next you visit the truly western town of Jackson, Wyoming. Rafting the raging Snake River rapids, one of America's last great untamed rivers, should definitely get that adrenaline pumping but, if you prefer to stay on dry land how about a shot of 'Red-Eye' Whiskey at the Silver Dollar Saloon?
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 14-15: Elko, Nevada & Lake Tahoe

    Sit back and enjoy the scenery as you and your travelling posse continue westward across the Northern Great Basin. You'll bite off a big chunk of Nevada desert today, but when you arrive in Tahoe you are sure to be blown away by the stunning crystal clear waters and the incredible vistas that surround it, making this the perfect opportunity to go for a quick swim or just chill out. Top the day off with an optional sunset sailboat cruise and then try and win big at one of the nearby casinos.
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 16-17: Yosemite National Park

    Heading through Central California we take a scenic drive into the Yosemite National Park, here you will get the opportunity to hike or bike through the extraordinary landscape of glacier-carved granite monoliths and spectacular waterfalls. Once inside Yosemite, keep your eyes peeled and your cameras at the ready for some incredible wildlife sightings. Bears often frequent the area and when the sun goes down listen out for coyotes howling amidst the pines and sequoias. This is a paradise for any lover of the outdoors and whatever activities you get up to in Yosemite, you're sure to have a blast.
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 18-19: San Francisco

    Come fog or shine this city is awesome! Start with a tour of Haight-Ashbury a street oozing with hippy vibes and plenty of quirky shops and cafes. The highlights keep coming thick and fast with an included and guided tour of San Francisco's famous China Town and North Beach, helping you scratch beneath the surface of the 'City by the Bay'. Head down to Pier 39 to see the resident sea lions who flock there in their hundreds and then grab yourself a delicious crab roll at Fisherman's Wharf. You can't go all way to San Francisco without a stroll across the iconic Golden Gate Bridge and better yet why not set sail on an optional sunset sail cruise for a different perspective of the famous bridge.
    Accommodation: Hotel included

    If you are interested in visiting Alcatraz we recommend you book your tickets well in advance direct with Alcatraz Cruises. For this tour you should book your ticket for day 19 (1pm onwards). See Tour Extras tab for more information.

  • Day 20: Monterey, Big Sur & California Coast

    With each passing mile on California's most famous road, the Pacific Coast Highway the shore grows yet more spectacular, as Redwood forested mountains lean down towards beautiful sandy beaches and the pounding Pacific swell. Stick close to the coast and soak up the chilled-out vibe in historic Monterey. Whales and sea lions frequent this area from April-October so keep your eyes and cameras at the ready. As the highway snakes further south, get away from it all amongst the pristine wilderness of Big Sur and stop for that iconic photo viewpoint of McWay Falls before settling in for a night under canvas on the California Coast.
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 21: Santa Barbara & Los Angeles

    Enjoy a free day in sunny Santa Barbara to explore the pier, shop or relax on the beach. Known as 'The American Riviera', you'll find no shortage of palm trees to sit beneath - perhaps with a glass of local wine? Want more adventure? This quirky town is surrounded by mountains and offers some great hiking, kayaking and boogie boarding. This is grade-A California right here! We then roll into LA with a tour including Hollywood Boulevard, stroll the Walk of Fame and photo of the massive Hollywood sign.
    Accommodation: Hotel included

  • Day 22: Los Angeles

    A free day to explore the city at your own pace. Relax on the beach, check out Santa Monica Pier or take on the rides at Universal Studios.
    Accommodation: Hotel included

  • Day 23-24: Las Vegas

    With the California sunshine on your face we head into the desert to the neon city of Las Vegas - the greatest show on earth. Watch out though, some dub this place 'Lost Wages'! With so much to see and do why not start with an included cruise down "The Strip" in a super-stretch limo and afterwards indulge in an all-you-can eat buffet, take in a show or just watch the amazing crowds and neon signs as the glitzy hotels try to outdo each other with spectacular attractions. And if that's not enough, take a helicopter flight back down The Strip, or just gamble the night away in one of the world class casinos. Oh and don't forget, "What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas."
    Accommodation: Hotels included in tour price

  • Day 25: Zion National Park

    Onwards to Zion National Park where you can explore the hidden canyons and take a walk through the incredible Narrows, but for the ultimate view of the entire national park, hit the Angels Landing trail and even though the hike can be strenuous at times, the full 360-degree display of this magnificent national park, will definitely be worth it.
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 26: Lake Powell

    Time to wash off the desert dust in the refreshing waters of Lake Powell. Swim the deep blue water or just sit back on the shore and soak up the powerful rays of this beautiful and surreal man-made desert oasis.
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 27-28: Grand Canyon National Park

    Without doubt one of the most beautiful viewpoints in the Southwest, Horseshoe Bend makes for an impressive
    stop before the big event. No trip west is complete without a stop at the mighty Grand Canyon to experience the grandeur of one of the Earth's natural wonders. Pack your boots and don't forget your camera for a sunrise/sunset hike along the rim. For the more ambitious take the long hike down Bright Angel Trail to Plateau Point or take to the sky and see the Grand Canyon in all its glory on an optional helicopter flight. The Grand Canyon is magnificent from any angle, but one thing is for sure you will never forget your first glimpse of the canyon, whether it be from a walk along the rim or the ultimate birds eye view.
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 29: Monument Valley

    On the road again and off to one of North America's most iconic landscapes, used as the set for countless Western movies, including the recent remake of The Lone Ranger. Immerse yourself in the native culture on an optional guided jeep tour of the Navajo Reservation and back roads. As you marvel at the sight of towering buttes and mesas which dominate the awe-inspiring landscape during the day, wait till the sun goes down and you're swapping camp fire stories under a blanket of stars.
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 30: Santa Fe

    For all the art lovers out there Santa Fe is the one for you, visit Canyon Road, home to art galleries, cultural treasures such as hand-woven Navajo rugs, historic adobe buildings and a vibrant restaurant scene. Santa Fe will definitely win you over with its laid back charm and with tons of festivals and events throughout the year, you're bound to stumble upon something interesting.
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 31: North Texas

    A state which is larger than some countries is the biggest state in the continental USA and is also home to plenty of delicious Mexican-American cuisine, `Tex-Mex', spicy fajitas and tacos. Hitch up in Fort Stockton and opt for a historical tour of this frontier army post, active from 1867-1886. If you want to cover more ground, Balmorhea is a great place to stop to enjoy the crystal-clear water of the world's largest spring-fed swimming pool. Swim, scuba dive, or just relax under the trees.
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 32-33: Austin Texas

    The music keeps on flowing as you arrive in Austin, another place which vies for the title of capital of America's music scene. Austin is an electric, cultural and artistic city which packs a punch. Live music can be heard almost any night of the week, so after a day of exploring, hit up the city for a dose of top shelf music and of course as the drinks start flowing, lots and lots of dancing.
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 34: East Texas & Louisiana

    We say farewell to the biggest state of continental USA, and goodbye to the home of 'Tex-Mex' cuisine and a big hello to Louisiana, the home of gumbo stews and all that jazz and a place every music lover should visit at least once in their life.
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 35-36: New Orleans

    We hit Louisiana and can search for gators on our optional swamp tour through the mysterious bayous of Cajun country (a must do!) Next up is the home of the Big Easy & Bourbon Street - New Orleans. Head into the enchanting French Quarter and hear the real deal at Preservation Hall, before tucking into some classic and delicious Southern cuisine. If you don't want to stop at just eating the likes of gumbo and jambalaya, why not take part in an optional New Orleans cookery class and really impress the folks back home. Make a beeline for the notorious nightlife of Bourbon Street, where almost anything goes. New Orleans is a place full of life and is a place you won't forget in a long, long time.
    Accommodation: Hotels included in tour price

  • Day 37: Memphis

    Turn up that radio you're about to hit Memphis, the birthplace of Rock `n' Roll! With that in mind why not visit Sun Studios the home of Rock `n' Roll which opened in 1950, a place where many great names have passed through. Stroll along Beale Street where the electric atmosphere will keep you entertained for hours as you listen out for some of the best Jazz and Blues music in town. There is more to Memphis than just music, pay a visit to the National Civil Rights Museum located in the former Lorraine Hotel and see the place where Martin Luther King was assassinated.
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 38: Nashville

    From Honky Tonk bars to The Grand Ole Opry, they don't call Nashville the `centre of the music world' for noth-ing! This place is full of life and you'll be hot footing your way from one country bar to the next. Find out all about the history of music at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, home to the largest collection of country music in the world. Even if Country isn't your thing, there's live bands everywhere you go, so you're sure to be singing along by the end of the day.
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 39: Ocoee, Tennessee

    Next up is the hard-hitting State of Tennessee where you overnight in Ocoee. In 1996 the world's eyes were on Ocoee as it hosted the world's first Olympic white water event and still to this day it boasts some of the world's best rafting. Don a life jacket, grip a paddle and bounce along an exhilarating stretch of white water on an optional rafting trip, but don't forget to look up as you'll fly past some pretty awesome scenery. For those of you not keen on the rapids, there are a number of surrounding trails to explore, so don't forget your camera.
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 40: Appalachian Mountains

    You'll certainly appreciate the grand views of the rolling green slopes of the Appalachian Mountains as you cruise through Virginia. The numerous trails are calling out your name, so strap on your walking boots and stretch those legs with a memorable walk through the lush national forests. With photo opportunities around every bend, make sure you also keep an eye out for Appalachian residents such as cougars, deers, black bear and great horned owl, this really is a magical place.
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 41-42: Washington D.C

    Next up is Washington DC, the social, cultural and political hub of the United States. A great introduction to the city is to make your way central as the sun goes down for a self-guided illuminated view of America's Capitol - from the Smithsonian Museum to the Lincoln Memorial. During the day the city is awash with greenery, so once you're done with sightseeing, go people watching in the parks or take advantage of the great nightlife in Georgetown! A great way to see the city is to explore by bike at your own pace.
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 43: Philadelphia & New York Area

    Leaving the capital behind we head to Philadelphia where you can have your own movie moment with a climb up the famous 'Rocky' steps, see the symbol of American independence the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall, plus opt for an early Philly cheese steak lunch. It's food galore at the Reading Terminal Market, so grab yourself some tasty treats for your journey home. Your final stop on what has been one heck of a journey is New York. Make sure yourself an extra couple of nights to explore this vibrant and exciting city. Splurge along Fifth Ave, hit the top of the Empire State Building, or soak up the trendy, laidback vibe of Greenwich Village before heading home.

    This tour ends at approximately 17:00 hrs. We can book you post-tour accommodation at our gateway hotel if required. If you are planning to fly tonight, please do not book a flight that departs before 21:00 hrs.

Itinerary Notes

This trek can operates in either direction from New York. The published itinerary shown here is for departures operating northbound first.

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For 8 or more travellers, we can organise a totally private departure just for you and your group. We can offer you a departure date of your choice on any of our published itineraries enabling friends, families or organizations to enjoy our classic 'Trek' style of travel. Can't find a trip that suits your needs exactly? Let us tailor one of our traditional trips, or even create a bespoke itinerary. We will work with you to plan your adventure and with the benefit of our in depth knowledge we can build you a unique experience within your budgets and bucket lists!

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Tour Extras

We've offer a whole range of travel extras with everything from city sightseeing, additional hotel nights, insurance and more so you can organise everything you'll need for your trip in one easy place.

Hotels Before and After your tour

Tours begin and end at designated hotels in the departure and arrival cities, starting at 7.30am (check your tour voucher for exact details) and finishing at around 5pm, so it's a great idea to book a room for the night before and after your tour. You can book hotels either online when you book your tour or by call our sales team.

Crowne Plaza Newark

The Crown Plaza offers a free airport shuttle to Newark Airport and boasts a fully equipped gym, indoor pool and on-site 24 hour dining.

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Alcatraz Cruises

Located in San Francisco bay, Alcatraz is best known as one of the world's most legendary prisons.

  • Departing from Fisherman's Wharf, you can connect with Alcatraz via a return ferry where you explore within the concrete walls and cells with an audio headset to learn the history and conditions within the prison.

    Alcatraz tours can sell out far in advance so you will need to book your own ticket ahead of time directly with Alcatraz Cruises. See itinerary tab for the recommended date and time for your tour.

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