TRAILBLAZER

63 days from

Western Cowboys
DEPARTS LOS ANGELES to LOS ANGELES
Trek Code:
TL
Destination:
Cross Country
Departs:
Mar-Aug
Accommodation:
Camping
Age Range:
18-38
Best of Trek:
  • > Cross 28 US states & 2 Canadian provinces
  • > Miami, Grand Canyon, Seattle & Chicago
  • > Explore Las Vegas, LA & San Francisco
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Tour Overview

One word - EPIC. Not much more to say about a trip which is so jam-packed full of Americana from east to west, north to south. And if that isn't enough, we have even thrown in the crème de la crème of Canada as well. Crossing 28 US States and 2 Canadian Provinces, a multitude of the most sizzling national parks, big-hitting cities, included activities, opportunities to see wildlife and chance to experience North America in the most pure way...on a good old fashioned cross country road trip! So hit the national park trails, dance in southern clubs, cozy up around the campfire and bag yourself a whole heap of memories.

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Included Highlights
  • Niagara Falls Maid of the Mist cruise
  • New Orleans' Bourbon Street Jazz & Blues bars
  • San Antonio's Riverwalk (2014 only)
  • Alien spotting in Roswell
  • Walk the Golden Gate Bridge & Haight-Ashbury
  • Scenic walks and hikes
  • Walk amongst Giant Sequoias in Yosemite
  • Louisiana swamp tour (2014 only)
  • Visit the Amish community in Shipshewana, Indiana
  • Two nights in Key West on the Florida Keys
  • See the iconic granite faces at Mount Rushmore
  • Wildlife viewing opportunities
  • Tours of Philadelphia, Key West, Hollywood, LA & San Francisco
  • Hiking in the Colorado Rockies
  • White sand beaches of Florida
  • Limousine tour of Las Vegas (2015 only)
  • Visit iconic Dead Horse Point & Horseshoe Bend
  • Hike amongst Giant Redwoods in Redwood National Park
  • Canada's stunning mountains & lakes
  • Explore the California Coast - Monterey, Big Sur & Santa Barbara
  • Sightseeing in Charleston, St. Augustine, Miami, Florida Keys, Santa Fe, Hollywood LA, Seattle, Chicago & Vancouver
  • National Parks - Carlsbad Caverns, Arches, Monument Valley, Grand Canyon, Bryce, Zion, Badlands, Mount Rushmore, Crazy Horse, Yellowstone, Grand Teton, Glacier, Banff/Lake Louise, Redwood and Yosemite
  • Guided bike tour of Washington DC's Monuments (2015 only)
  • Visit the stunning Antelope Slot Canyon (2015 only)
  • Experience Austin, Texas, the music capital of America (2015 only)
  • Visit Alcatraz Prison in San Francisco (new for 2015)
Plus you get...
  • Services of a TrekAmerica tour leader
  • Private transportation with free Wi-Fi (USA only)
  • All accommodation - 49 camping, 8 hotel & 5 hostel nights.
  • All camping equipment (except sleeping bag)
Free Wi-Fi on the road
Wi-Fi Enabled

You can now check your email and update Facebook, Twitter and TrekAmerica Live while on the road with our wi-fi enabled vehicles. (Maximum 5 users at a time. Fair usage restrictions may apply. Only available in USA).

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.

  • > Theme Parks in Orlando US$50-$100
  • > New Orleans jazz clubs US$10-$20
  • > Mississippi steamboat ride US$60-$70
  • > Smithsonian National Museums US$FREE
  • > Grand Canyon helicopter flight US$254-$284
  • > Navajo guided 4x4 tour of Monument Valley US$45-$55
  • > Mountain biking in Moab US$45-$110
  • > Grand Canyon IMAX theater US$15
  • > Las Vegas clubs & casino shows US$10+
  • > Limo ride in Las Vegas US$25-$30
  • > Mountain biking in Jasper CAD$8-$75
  • > Aerial gondola/tramway in Banff CAD$35
  • > Seattle Space Needle US$21-$29
  • > Float trip on Colorado River US$43-$85
  • > Bike rental in Yosemite US$12-$32
  • > San Diego Zoo US$44
  • > Watersports in San Diego US$10-$75
  • > San Francisco cable car ride US$5-$13
  • > Willis Tower in Chicago US$18
  • > Cedar Point Amusement Park in Ohio US$36-$55
  • > Bike rental in Stanley Park CAD$10-$65
  • > New Orleans Voodoo & Graveyard tour US$20
  • > Bike rental in Washington DC US$15-$35
  • > New Orleans School of Cooking US$25
  • > Cody Western Rodeo US$18
  • > Float trip on the Merced River in Yosemite US$30
  • > Bobby's Bike Hire in Chicago US$35
  • > Las Vegas rollercoasters US$4-$30
  • > Baseball game in San Francisco US$15-$40
  • > Bike rental in San Diego US$5-$15
  • > Western horseback riding at cowboy camp US$65
  • > Extreme off-road hummer tour in Moab US$79-$91
  • > San Francisco Bay sunset sailboat cruise US$40
  • > Chicago - Baseball Game US$15-$40
  • > Blues clubs in Chicago US$10-$45
  • > Sunset cruise at Panama City Beach US$50
  • > Canoeing on Lake Louise CAD$45 per hour
  • > Sulphur Mountain hot springs, Banff CAD$7
  • > Alligator swamp tour, New Orleans US$23-$49
  • > Visit the Alamo in San Antonio US$free
  • > Get married in Las Vegas (not legally binding) US$221
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.

This tour also departs from New York area

  • 2015 TOUR ITINERARY

    The following itinerary is applicable for all 2015 departures. For the 2014 itinerary, please scroll down.

  • Day 1-2: Los Angeles & Las Vegas (2015)

    Kick start your epic cross country American road trip in the 'City of Angels'. Visit Hollywood Boulevard for a stroll down the Walk of Fame and a photo of the gigantic Hollywood sign. For the more laid back vibe head to Venice Beach and see where all the cool kids hang out. This are about to get a whole hotter as you travel to desert city of Las Vegas. 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

  • Day 3: Zion National Park (2015)

    Kick back and relax beside the gentle flow of the Virgin River, cutting its way between sheer red rock cliffs. For the best views in the park hike to the famous Angels Landing which offers 360 degrees of the entire park, it is definitely worth the effort. If you prefer to take the low road explore `The Narrows' with its soaring walls, sandstone grottos, natural springs, it truly is a unique experience with great views of Zion from the valley floor.
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 4: Bryce Canyon National Park (2015)

    If you want awesome rock formations to gawk at then you're definitely in the right place. Famed for its hoodoos, you're in Bryce Canyon National Park. You're probably thinking "What's a hoodoo when it's at home?" Actually, hoodoos are weird and wonderful rock spires arranged in rows. "Mysterious", "breath-taking" and "out of this world" are only a few of the descriptions offered by past visitors to Bryce Canyon National Park. Native Americans believe these crazy shapes to be `Legend People' who were turned to stone for their sins, but we'll let you decide. For close up views you'll have plenty of time to take advantage of the park's incredible system of trails. Wherever you walk, you will encounter a kaleidoscope of colours and a fantasy land of rock spires that will leave you searching for your own way to describe this 'indescribable' place.
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 5: Lake Powell & Antelope Canyon (2015)

    The scenery just keeps getting better with a stop at Antelope Canyon, explore incredible curved canyon walls, don't worry you're not being abducted they are just shafts of light coming down through the rocks, Antelope Canyon is one seriously incredible place. After all that exploring wash off the desert dust in the refreshing waters of Lake Powell. Straddling the border of Utah and Arizona, Lake Powell is desert paradise with a long list of things to do. Go for a swim in the crystal clear waters or simply sit by the shore and relax.
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 6-7: Grand Canyon National Park (2015)

    Without a doubt one of the most beautiful viewpoints in the Southwest, Horseshoe Bend makes for an impressive stop. Just when the scenery seems unbeatable, journey to the Grand Canyon, one of the Seven Wonders of the World. With two days you have more than enough time to hike the rim trails for those incredible views looking down into the vast desert canyons. Why not hike down the snaking trails to reveal a very different side, and become one of only 5% of visitors to venture inside, or opt for a flight over the Grand Canyon for a bird's eye view! The best bit? Perhaps awaking to the most stunning sunrise nature can summon as the rocks change colour in celebration of a new day.
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 8: Monument Valley (2015)

    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 9-10: Arches National Park (2015)

    With some 2,000 gravity defying sandstone arches striking a pose, Utah's undisputed adventure capital guarantees non-stop fun. With two days here you'll have plenty of time to explore this incredible place. Take a sunset stroll and watch as the sun sets over Delicate Arch or for the action lovers, hire a mountain bike for some adrenalin pumping cycling along Moab's slick rock path. For the ultimate adventure head down the Colorado River on an optional float trip and see this stunning place from a different perspective.
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 11-12: Colorado Rocky Mountains (2015)

    Adventure is definitely well truly out there in the Colorado Rockies, so get out there and get amongst it. Walking and biking in the craggy scenery will blow your mind as you walk some of the worlds most loved hiking trails and if at the end of the day you're feeling a little tired, the nearby hot springs will provide you with some welcome relief for your weary bones.
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 13: Santa Fe (2015)

    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 14: Carlsbad Caverns National Park (2015)

    Head on to New Mexico and Carlsbad Caverns National Park to explore one of the largest cave systems in the World. Gnarled limestone stalactites hang from the ceiling like icicles and stalagmites that look like twisting totem poles reach upwards, creating a unique and interesting experience for all who walk through this incredible place. Did you know that when bats fly out of their cave they always turn left? Put this fact to the test with an optional Bat Flight Amphitheatre visit tonight.
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 15: West Texas (2015)

    The second biggest state has plenty of cacti, cowboys and southern hospitalities to offer, there really is nowhere else like it.
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 16-17: Austin, Texas (2015)

    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 18: Louisiana, Texas (2015)

    Look for gators on our included Louisiana swamp tour through the mysterious bayous of Cajun country. Then don your Stetson and toast marshmallows as the Lone Star bids you a big-hearted welcome for four nights in the mighty Texas. The second biggest of the states has plenty of oil, cowboys and southern hospitality. Feel that tumbleweed vibe at the Alamo in San Antonio and don't forget to check out the Buckhorn Saloon and Museum, crammed with cowboy curiosities.
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 19-20: New Orleans (2015)

    Now we're talking all that jazz! Hear the real deal at Preservation Hall or do the Huckleberry Finn thing as you chug along the Mississippi River. New Orleans simmers with Deep South charm so grab a Po-Boy, a bowl of Gumbo or some home cooked Jambalaya and pull up a chair in the French Quarter to watch the world go by. If the food of the Deep South gets your mouth watering why not join a cookery course at the New Orleans School of Cookery. By night, explore the bars in Frenchman Street for live music and dancing without the crowds.
    Accommodation: Hotel included

  • Day 21-22: Panama City Beach (2015)

    After all the partying in New Orleans it's now time to chill out and what better place to do so than on 27 miles of pristine white sand beaches along the turquoise waters of the Gulf of Mexico. Enjoy lazy beach days lying in a hammock or try your hand at windsurfing or jet skiing out in the water. Make sure you pack your dancing shoes as well as your flip-flops as you hit the hottest haunts on the Gulf Coast. So kick back and relax in this stunning, chilled out city.
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 23-24: Orlando (2015)

    Embrace your inner child as you explore Orlando's theme and water parks. The thrills and excitement come in thick and fast as you hit up Disney's Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, Wet `n Wild and Universal's Harry Potter World. Orlando is one big playground and after a full day satisfying your thirst for fun, you'll sleep like a baby.
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 25-26: Key West (2015)

    Explore the crystal clear waters of Key West with some awesome snorkelling and diving opportunities. The amount of fun water based activities to get involved in here is endless. If you simply want to kick back and relax then you are definitely in the right place. End your day at the famous Mallory Square and let the celebrations commence as you watch the glowing pink and red sun set on what has been an awesome day.
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 27: Miami (2015)

    The wonderful city of Miami beckons with miles of golden sand beaches and palm trees; it is easy to see why people flock here every year. Seek out SoBe (aka South Beach) and stroll along the art deco seafront or pose with the beautiful people on sugary sand and in ultra-cool nightspots, you'll never tire of seeing the palm trees blowing in the summer breeze.
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 28: St Augustine & Daytona Beach (2015)

    St Augustine is more commonly known as the "Nation's Oldest City" and has a strong European influence. Wander down the narrow lanes, visit the many museums and explore some of the cities iconic landmarks such as the Plaza de la Constitucion and the `Fountain of Youth'. Next it's time to feel the sand between your toes on Daytona Beach, visit the famous pier and take stroll along the boardwalk where you'll find roller-coasters, a Ferris wheel and to top it off join your fellow trekkers for a sunset dinner.
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 29: Charleston (2015)

    The oldest city in South Carolina, this places just oozes character and what better way to experience it than with a stroll along the coast. Take photos of the Morris Island Lighthouse that stands several hundred feet offshore or jump aboard an optional Charleston water taxi, where you could spot some interesting wildlife. Experience the ultimate taste of the south with a Charleston Nasty Biscuit; a chicken biscuit (which is actually more like a scone) covered in gravy. Sounds gross, right? But, we hear it's delicious and a favourite with the locals
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 30: Carolinas (2015)

    As mountain views morph into swamps, plantations and palms in this colourful area of the USA. Watch the beautiful scenery fly by your window before bonding with your new buddies and devouring s'mores around the campfire.
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 31-32: Washington DC (2015)

    Then it's onto Washington DC for an introduction to the political, social and cultural history of the United States of America. Take time to explore the very best of America's capital city by people watching in one of the many green parks or explore the Smithsonian National Museum. Hit the bars and clubs of Georgetown and discover not only the treasures of this town by day, but also by night. A great way to pack in all of the city highlights is by renting a bike and riding around at your own pace.
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 33-34: Philadelphia & New York Area (2015)

    Leaving the nations' capitol behind we travel onto Philadelphia where we have the chance to break a sweat climbing up the famous 'Rocky' steps, see the symbol of American independence the Liberty Bell and be amazed by Independence Hall. It was here that brave men gathered at the Pennsylvania State House and defied the King of England, an event which helped shape the U.S. Constitution and eventually created one unified nation. Why not hit the Reading Terminal Market to sample everything on offer or opt to tuck into a Philly cheese steak lunch. Then it's off to New York Area where we have the next two nights to explore New York 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 back out west.
    Accommodation: Hotel included

  • Day 35: New York Area & Niagara Falls (2015)

    From the New York area to the edge of Lake Ontario, the sensation of crashing water is stupendous, the noise immense, at America's greatest national attractions, Niagara Falls. Wait 'til until you're down on the water aboard the included 'Maid of the Mist' cruise, where the cascades pound, churn and foam right before your eyes. That's what you call a front row seat! Your leader will take you back to the falls at night where the light show reveals the falls in a very different light.
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 36: Cedar Point, Ohio & Lake Erie (2015)

    Ask a "Buckeye" to tell you all about their state nut or how cool they think Cedar Point Amusement Park's rollercoasters are! Ride the Millennium Force - the greatest roller coaster in the world!
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 37-38: Shipshewana & Chicago (2015)

    Our next stop is a visit to the Amish community in Shipshewana who maintain a more traditional way of life, and in some cases without electricity, cars and travelling by horse and cart. From here we make a brief stop to Gary, Indiana for a photo of the house that Michael Jackson grew up in, before arriving to Chicago - the "Windy City", home to some of the greatest blues music in America. Why not soar up Willis Tower for dizzying views over the Windy City or trawl the upmarket malls of Magnificent Mile and grab a slice of Chicago's deep-dish pizza before taking to peddle power on the famous "Bobby's Bike Hike" tour (optional).
    Accommodation: Hostel included

  • Day 39: Wisconsin & Minnesota (2015)

    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 40: Badlands National Park (2015)

    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 41: Mount Rushmore (2015)

    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 42: Cody (2015)

    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 43-44: Yellowstone National Park (2015)

    Pitch up in the world's first National Park, Yellowstone. This is a superb wilderness of spouting geysers, waterfalls and simmering mud pools. A-grade American stars grace the trails - keep your eyes peeled for this abundant wildlife. Large herds of bison and elk roam the park and if you're lucky, you may even see bear or wolf. Yellowstone is a park so varied in its offering and it will leave you open-jawed as you see lush valleys, bubbling geysers including Old Faithful, petrified forests and towering waterfalls. Yellowstone ticks all the boxes!
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 45-47: Montana & Glacier National Park (2015)

    Montana is often referred to as 'Big Sky Country' because of its numerous stars, but it is also a trekkers' paradise. With two days in Glacier, you'll have plenty of time to explore the alpine meadows, snow-streaked cliffs and shimmering lakes. This area sure adds a healthy dose of the wow factor. Glacier is well-known for the high chances to see black bear, and the incredible walking trails which are blessed with wild flowers in the spring and incredible vistas.
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 48-49: Banff National Park (2015)

    Explore show-stopping trails with picturesque switchbacks, chiselled canyons and mirrored lakes, and even hover above by helicopter for a bird's-eye view. One dunk in the hot springs and a drink or two later, you'll be sleeping like a log.
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 50-51: Lake Louise & British Columbia (2015)

    A nickname like the "gem of the Rockies" is a lot to live up to, but it's no sweat for Lake Louise. The imposing chateau looks on as mountains cluster round the turquoise surface. As for you, well, you could always hike out to the Plain-of-Six-Glaciers or inspect the scene by paddle power on an optional canoe trip. Heading through BC, appreciate the mirrored lakes, grizzled peaks and spectacular scenery as dark conifers and shadowy summits drift by.
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 52: Vancouver (2015)

    Along the highway, prime vistas escort you right into Vancouver. With its stunning combination of mountains and coastline, the city boasts outstanding views. Take to Stanley Park on two wheels, then regain your inner city slicker around A-grade museums and galleries or bustling Granville Market. Why not check out the city nightlife in Gas Town or the eclectic "Robsonstrasse" tonight.
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 53-54: Seattle (2015)

    Beam yourself up! A beautiful green city and former home of the singer Kurt Cobain there is loads to fill your time. Take the glass-fronted elevator up the iconic Space Needle and gaze out over the Puget Sound, visit Pike market where you can see market stall holders 'toss the Pike fish', visit chewing gum alley, or hit the nightlife which Seattle has come to be known for. It is also the founding city of Starbuck's coffee but be prepared to queue.
    Accommodation: Hostels included

  • Day 55: Florence, Oregon Coast (2015)

    The Florence Oregon Coast is the perfect place for relaxation and fun. You'll find beautiful evergreen forests, the sparkling Pacific Ocean and towering dunes for you to spend time climbing and rolling down. Take time out swimming and having fun in the Oregon sunshine
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 56-57: Redwood National Park (2015)

    You will amazed to walk amongst the towering forest giants of Redwood National Park - home to the tallest trees in the world and some of the most spectacular coastal scenery on the Pacific Coast. Leave footprints on what is virtually your private Pacific beach or traipse between gigantic Redwoods, feeling like ants in their mighty shadow.
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 58-59: San Francisco (2015)

    Next, "Everybody's Favourite City", San Francisco. This town will blow you away. Sunlight on the bay, wispy fog around Golden Gate Bridge, cable cars climbing steep streets: it's a 24-carat stunner. Included is a tour of San Francisco visiting Golden gate Bridge with the chance to walk across, followed up by a visit to Haight-Ashbury which inspired a generation of hippies and some of the best music from the 1960's and 70's. Maybe view the Bay and Alcatraz on an optional sunset sailboat cruise, then the party people can flock to trendy bars and clubs in North Beach or Haight-Ashbury and that friendly vibe gets even better.
    Accommodation: Hotel included

  • Day 60-61: Yosemite National Park (2015)

    Heading east through California's gold country we continue our scenic drive into the Yosemite National Park region with the chance to hike or bike, through the extraordinary landscape of glacier-carved granite monoliths and spectacular waterfalls. Either way, this park rocks! Once deep inside Yosemite, keep your eyes peeled for black bears. Coyote roam freely as well and when the sun goes down, their howling often echoes amidst pines and Giant Sequoias. Admit it, this is what clicks the spirit of the great outdoors up a notch or two.
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 62: Big Sur & California Coast (2015)

    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.
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 63: Santa Barbara & Los Angeles (2015)

    From coastal California to Hollywood, its hill-perched sign waits as you embark on one final fling with this incredible and diverse continent to the 'City of Angeles'. Along the way we stop for the iconic view of McWay Falls at Big Sur State Park and enjoy a lunch stop in Santa Barbara. Upon reaching LA we visit the Hollywood Walk of Fame with views of the massive Hollywood sign. This epic tour ends upon reaching the hotel leaving you with a bag full of memories and new friends!

    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 22:00 hrs.

  • 2014 TOUR ITINERARY

    The following itinerary is applicable for all 2014 departures. For the 2015 itinerary, please scroll up.

  • Day 1-2: Los Angeles & San Diego (2014)

    Kick starting our epic cross country American road trip in the 'City of Angeles' we hit Hollywood Boulevard for a stroll down the Walk of Fame and photo of the gigantic Hollywood sign. Next up we sink our toes into the warm California sand and see the colourful people strut their stuff before heading down the coast to San Diego on day one. This city is all about the beach: bronzed bodies, big shades and baggy shorts. Wow fellow beachgoers on your surfboard or let the world-famous San Diego Zoo steal the limelight. As the sun goes down the music starts playing so dust off those glad-rags and head out dancing.
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 3-4: Las Vegas (2014)

    Next, Las Vegas - the greatest show on earth! The Strip, the shows, the casinos, the clubs; Sin City's glitziest and brashest spots are sure to impress as you cruise the Las Vegas Boulevard on an optional limo ride! Hop onto one of the world's highest thrill rides at Vegas' Stratosphere and it won't just be your head that's spinning. And if that's not enough, take a helicopter flight down The Strip, see the free lightshow at the Fremont Experience or just gamble the night away in one of the world class casinos.
    Accommodation: Hotel included

  • Day 5: Zion National Park (2014)

    Zion National Park provides your first fix of top-notch trails and the chance to really stretch your legs for rewarding views. Swim and explore the hidden canyons or maybe hike to the top at Angels Landing for incredible views of the valley below; also doubles as an excellent lunch stop as you admire the views around you and see condors circle. Okay, so getting up there can be devilish at times, but the famous trail puts on a 360-degree display of this magnificent national park.
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 6-7: Bryce Canyon National Park & Lake Powell (2014)

    Bryce is next with its knobbly hoodoos striking their crazy poses as your camera clicks away at a perfect sunset. What's a hoodoo when it's at home? Actually, Hoodoos are weird and wonderful rock spires arranged in rows as far as the eye can see. They will leave you searching for your own way to describe this 'indescribable' place. Now it's time for some stunning R&R, basking in the clear blue waters of Lake Powell ringed by deep red rock. Swim, horse-ride in the desert 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 8-9: Grand Canyon National Park (2014)

    Today we visit the stunning view at Horseshoe bend before we come face to face with the most awe-inspiring national park of them all, the Grand Canyon. Nothing you have ever seen before will prepare you for this spectacular site! With two days at the park you have time to hike the rim trails looking down into the canyon floor, as well as hit the snaking trails down into the belly of the canyon to Plateau Point for incredible views of the Colorado River. If this isn't enough to leave you open-jawed, why not take a helicopter flight above it all and marvel at the brilliant colours. One thing's for sure though, this place looks incredible from any angle, especially walking along the rim at sunset or sunrise.
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 10: Monument Valley (2014)

    Navajo legends rise from crimson flats at Monument Valley. The only things to pre-date the origins of Native American culture are the massive towering rock formations which dominate the awe-inspiring landscape. Take the opportunity to experience it close-up with an optional Navajo guided 4x4 ride before setting up camp on the edge of Monument Valley. What a place to swap campfire stories and songs. Monument Valley isn't America's most photographed monument without good reason.
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 11-13: Arches National Park & Colorado Rocky Mountains (2014)

    Arches - the park's name says it all. Some 2,000 orange sandstone arches strike their poses. The scenery here is breath-taking and a sunset stroll to Delicate Arch tops most 'to do' lists. Take on the famous "Slick Rock" mountain bike trail, float down the Colorado on a scenic rafting trip or tackle the terrain high above on a guided jeep tour. Your leader will take you to the impressive Dead Horse Point State Park for iconic views of the Colorado River snaking through the canyons below. Next, distant peaks sport snowy caps and pines huddle together as you pit yourself against amazing hiking and biking trails in the Rockies.
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 14-15: Mesa Verde National Park & Sante Fe (2014)

    Explore the ancient dwellings of Ancestral Pueblans cut into the cliff face in Mesa Verde National Park on an optional ranger led hike; viewings are highly recommended! Next, soak up the artsy vibe high up in the desert foothills, in one of the oldest US cities, Santa Fe. We visit Canyon Road, home to art galleries, cultural treasures (hand-woven Navajo rugs and south western wood carvings), historic adobe buildings, vibrant restaurants and generally quite a colourful place to explore.
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 16: Carlsbad Caverns National Park (2014)

    Check out the International UFO Museum and Research Centre (and gift shop!) in Roswell! They say Aliens crashed to Earth and they have proof! Then onto Carlsbad Caverns National Park. Do you know your stalactite from your stalagmite? Carlsbad Caverns is one of the largest cave systems in the world and boasts over 100 limestone caves sporting bizarre rock formations. In the evening you have the option to return to the park and see the flight of the bats; did you know when bats fly out of a cave they always turn left?
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 17-20: West Texas & San Antonio (2014)

    Don your Stetson and toast marshmallows as the Lone Star bids you a big-hearted welcome for four nights in the mighty Texas. The second biggest of the states has plenty of oil, cowboys and southern hospitality. Feel that tumbleweed vibe at the Alamo in San Antonio and don't forget to check out the Buckhorn Saloon and Museum, crammed with cowboy curiosities.
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 21-22: New Orleans (2014)

    Now we're talking all that jazz! We head into the enchanting French Quarter of New Orleans! Hear the real deal at Preservation Hall, echoing with chirpy trumpet and smooth sax or sample a Hurricane at Pat O'Brien's! New Orleans has more than just food, drink and music to offer. Do the Huckleberry Finn thing as you chug along the Mississippi River. Then look for gators on an included Louisiana swamp tour through the mysterious bayous of Cajun country. Every music fan should make the pilgrimage to New Orleans at least one time in their life! For something different, why not opt for the Voodoo and Graveyard tour with a visit to Marie Laveaus House of Voodoo.
    Accommodation: Hotel included

  • Day 23-24: Panama City Beach (2014)

    Dream of lazy beach days or windsurf and jet ski the afternoon away. The heat of the beach simmers beyond sundown in this undisputed good-time town. Pack dancing shoes with your flip-flops as the party spirit simmers far into the small hours at the hippest, hottest haunts of the Gulf Coast.
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 25-26: Orlando (2014)

    It's not far from strip malls and souvenir shops to the Magic Kingdom. Escape from it all with an optional day at Universal Studios or Disneyworld. Forget your age; it makes a big kid of one and all. Who wants to grow up anyhow?
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 27-28: Florida Keys (2014)

    Over Key lime pie, admire a crimson sunset and swap tales from teeming reefs, before celebrating with a sunset party! Your leader will take you on a walking tour finishing at Ernest Hemmingway's former house and now a museum where you have the option to visit. There are endless water based activities during the day or you can simply relax on the beach, but once the sun dips Key West comes alive as a party town. Mallory Square is a great meeting place to wander around at sunset and try conch fritters.
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 29-30: Miami & St Augustine (2014)

    SoBe (aka South Beach) has it all! Stroll the art deco seafront or pose with the beautiful people on sugary sand and in ultra-cool nightspots. Magnificent Miami beckons with miles of white beaches and palm trees swaying in the breeze. Then move on to soak up the Spanish vibe of the Sunshine State old timer, St Augustine.
    Accommodation: Miami hostel & camping included

  • Day 31-32: Charleston & Carolinas (2014)

    Historic Charleston is next. This place oozes old world charm, especially the gaudy mid-1700 houses of Rainbow Row. Then mountain views morph into swamps, plantations and palmetto palms in the Carolinas, time to enjoy a cozy campfire.
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 33-34: Washington D.C (2014)

    Washington D.C. is the social, cultural and political history of the United States. Explore D.C.'s parks by day and monuments by night. Explore the best of America's Capitol - from the Smithsonian Museum to the Lincoln Memorial on a self-guided tour of Washington's illuminated monuments. 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 35-36: Philadelphia & New York Area (2014)

    Leaving the nations' capitol behind we travel onto Philadelphia where we have the chance to break a sweat climbing up the famous 'Rocky' steps, see the symbol of American independence the Liberty Bell and be amazed by Independence Hall. It was here that brave men gathered at the Pennsylvania State House and defied the King of England, an event which helped shape the U.S. Constitution and eventually created one unified nation. Why not hit the Reading Terminal Market to sample everything on offer or opt to tuck into a Philly cheese steak lunch. Then it's off to New York Area where we have the next two nights to explore New York 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 back out west.
    Accommodation: Hotel included

  • Day 37: Niagara Falls (2014)

    From the New York area to the edge of Lake Ontario, the sensation of crashing water is stupendous, the noise immense, at America's greatest national attractions, Niagara Falls. Wait 'til until you're down on the water aboard the included 'Maid of the Mist' cruise, where the cascades pound, churn and foam right before your eyes. That's what you call a front row seat! Your leader will take you back to the falls at night where the light show reveals the falls in a very different light.
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 38: Ohio (2014)

    Ask a "Buckeye" to tell you all about their state nut or how cool they think Cedar Point Amusement Park's rollercoasters are! Ride the Millennium Force - the greatest roller coaster in the world!
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 39-40: Shipshewana & Chicago (2014)

    Our next stop is a visit to the Amish community in Shipshewana who maintain a more traditional way of life, and in some cases without electricity, cars and travelling by horse and cart. From here we make a brief stop to Gary, Indiana for a photo of the house that Michael Jackson grew up in, before arriving to 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 and grab a slice of Chicago's deep-dish pizza before taking to peddle power on the famous "Bobby's Bike Hike" tour (optional).
    Accommodation: Hostel included

  • Day 41-42: South Dakota & Badlands National Park (2014)

    Head out across the great prairies and America's original western frontier. We pass though Wisconsin, the American home of cheese where your leader will introduce a taste of Wisconsin into your meals. We also make visits to the famous Jolly Green Giant Statue in Blue Earth before settling in for the night. Resident coyotes may utter the occasional howl as you settle back for some shut-eye under canvas. Then never mind the "bad lands", touching down here feels like a moon landing. Low-slung buttes, chiselled spires and saw-tooth ridges have a bizarre lunar quality as you swap some photos. En route we enjoy a visit to Wal-Drug, so large you need a map to wander around for that 'only in America' experience.
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 43-44: Mount Rushmore & Cody, Wyoming (2014)

    You'll agree with the Lakota people; from afar the pine-coated hills do appear black. Mount Rushmore's next and the uniquely sculptured faces of our four greatest Presidents. Close by, another rock-carved epic is shaping up: the Crazy Horse monument, a nod to the famed Lakota Indian war leader, very impressive! Next, it's into Wild Wyoming, the heart of cowboy country, and this is what Cody is all about. Named after William Cody (aka Buffalo Bill), the old west is alive and literally kicking here. After all, "Cody is rodeo", with nightly summer shows.
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 45-46: Yellowstone National Park (2014)

    Pitch up in the world's first National Park, Yellowstone. This is a superb wilderness of spouting geysers, waterfalls and simmering mud pools. A-grade American stars grace the trails - keep your eyes peeled for this abundant wildlife. Large herds of bison and elk roam the park and if you're lucky, you may even see bear or wolf. Yellowstone is a park so varied in its offering and it will leave you open-jawed as you see lush valleys, bubbling geysers including Old Faithful, petrified forests and towering waterfalls. Yellowstone ticks all the boxes!
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 47-49: Montana & Glacier National Park (2014)

    Montana is often referred to as 'Big Sky Country' because of its numerous stars, but it is also a trekkers' paradise. With two days in Glacier, you'll have plenty of time to explore the alpine meadows, snow-streaked cliffs and shimmering lakes. This area sure adds a healthy dose of the wow factor. Glacier is well-known for the high chances to see black bear, and the incredible walking trails which are blessed with wild flowers in the spring and incredible vistas.
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 50-51: Banff National Park (2014)

    Explore show-stopping trails with picturesque switchbacks, chiselled canyons and mirrored lakes, and even hover above by helicopter for a bird's-eye view. One dunk in the hot springs and a drink or two later, you'll be sleeping like a log.
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 52-53: Lake Louise & British Columbia (2014)

    A nickname like the "gem of the Rockies" is a lot to live up to, but it's no sweat for Lake Louise. The imposing chateau looks on as mountains cluster round the turquoise surface. As for you, well, you could always hike out to the Plain-of-Six-Glaciers or inspect the scene by paddle power on an optional canoe trip. Heading through BC, appreciate the mirrored lakes, grizzled peaks and spectacular scenery as dark conifers and shadowy summits drift by.
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 54: Vancouver (2014)

    Along the highway, prime vistas escort you right into Vancouver. With its stunning combination of mountains and coastline, the city boasts outstanding views. Take to Stanley Park on two wheels, then regain your inner city slicker around A-grade museums and galleries or bustling Granville Market. Why not check out the city nightlife in Gas Town or the eclectic "Robsonstrasse" tonight.
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 55: Seattle (2014)

    Beam yourself up! A beautiful green city and former home of the singer Kurt Cobain there is loads to fill your time. Take the glass-fronted elevator up the iconic Space Needle and gaze out over the Puget Sound, visit Pike market where you can see market stall holders 'toss the Pike fish', visit chewing gum alley, or hit the nightlife which Seattle has come to be known for. It is also the founding city of Starbuck's coffee but be prepared to queue.
    Accommodation: Hostel included

  • Day 56: Florence, Oregon Coast (2014)

    The Florence Oregon Coast is the perfect place for relaxation and fun. You'll find beautiful evergreen forests, the sparkling Pacific Ocean and towering dunes for you to spend time climbing and rolling down. Take time out swimming and having fun in the Oregon sunshine
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 57-58: Redwood National Park (2014)

    You will amazed to walk amongst the towering forest giants of Redwood National Park - home to the tallest trees in the world and some of the most spectacular coastal scenery on the Pacific Coast. Leave footprints on what is virtually your private Pacific beach or traipse between gigantic Redwoods, feeling like ants in their mighty shadow.
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 59-60: San Francisco (2014)

    Next, "Everybody's Favourite City", San Francisco. This town will blow you away. Sunlight on the bay, wispy fog around Golden Gate Bridge, cable cars climbing steep streets: it's a 24-carat stunner. Included is a tour of San Francisco visiting Golden gate Bridge with the chance to walk across, followed up by a visit to Haight-Ashbury which inspired a generation of hippies and some of the best music from the 1960's and 70's. Maybe view the Bay and Alcatraz on an optional sunset sailboat cruise, then the party people can flock to trendy bars and clubs in North Beach or Haight-Ashbury and that friendly vibe gets even better.
    Accommodation: Hotel included

  • Day 61-62: Yosemite National Park (2014)

    Heading east through California's gold country we continue our scenic drive into the Yosemite National Park region with the chance to hike or bike, through the extraordinary landscape of glacier-carved granite monoliths and spectacular waterfalls. Either way, this park rocks! Once deep inside Yosemite, keep your eyes peeled for black bears. Coyote roam freely as well and when the sun goes down, their howling often echoes amidst pines and Giant Sequoias. Admit it, this is what clicks the spirit of the great outdoors up a notch or two.
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 63: Monterey & Big Sur (2014)

    Travelling further down the California coastline we reach the city of Monterey where your leader takes you on a guided tour on one of the coastal trails with the chance to see whales and sea lions who frequent the area between April and October. Monterey is a great city to dust off your last clean clothes and head out to explore the city after dark.
    Accommodation: Camping included

  • Day 64: Santa Barbara & Los Angeles (2014)

    From coastal California to Hollywood, its hill-perched sign waits as you embark on one final fling with this incredible and diverse continent to the 'City of Angeles'. Along the way we stop for the iconic view of McWay Falls at Big Sur State Park and enjoy a lunch stop in Santa Barbara. Upon reaching LA we visit eccentric Venice for a spot of people watching, or Venice Beach depending on the traffic. This epic tour ends upon reaching the hotel leaving you with a bag full of memories and new friends!

    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 22:00 hrs.

Itinerary Notes

This trek operates in either direction from Los Angeles. The published itinerary shown here is for departures operating southbound first.

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Please note from 01/01/2015, this tour will be 63 days in duration. The tour will no longer visit San Diego and Mesa Verde but will include visits to Finger Lakes region and the Colorado Rockies. The trip will also include a Las Vegas Limousine ride, visit to Antelope Slot canyon and a Washington DC Monuments bike tour. Also included is a visit to the infamous San Francisco prison Alcatraz and Old Trail Town in Wyoming.



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