Zion National Park Guide

TrekAmerica takes you to the real North American wilderness. Visiting all the popular and lesser known national parks across the USA, Canada and Alaska. Unlike other coach tours and bus trips we take you into the national parks to get a first-hand experience of the abundant wildlife and spectacular scenery that you will encounter.

Take a national parks tour with TrekAmerica and experience the wonders of some of the best US national parks on offer such as Yosemite, Zion, Yellowstone, the Grand Canyon, Arches, Death Valley, Bryce Canyon, Badlands and the Everglades. If you feel a bit more adventurous why not try out some of the national parks in Canada or Alaska such as Banff, Yoho, Jasper, Acadia, Denali and Wrangell-St Elias to name but a few.

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Visit North America's stunning scenery
  • USA:
    Yellowstone National Park

    The world's first national park, Yellowstone National Park is located in the states of Wyoming, Montana and Idaho. Yellowstone is also well known for its various geysers, hot springs, bubbling mudpots and other geothermal features. It is also home to a diverse range of wildlife including grizzly bears, wolves, bison, elk, and of course Yogi Bear.
  • USA:
    Grand Canyon National Park

    Probably the most well known National Park in America, this amazing natural wonder covers 1,218,375 acres of Northern Arizona and is the deepest canyon in the world. At 277 miles long, varying between 10 to 18 miles wide and a staggering vertical mile deep, nothing can really describe how you feel the first time you stand at the rim of the magnificent Grand Canyon.
  • USA:
    Yosemite National Park

    Enclosed by near-vertical, mile-high cliffs the glacially carved valley of Yosemite NP is truly one of the world's most dramatic geological spectacles. Here you'll find some of the world's tallest waterfalls, groves of the giant sequoia tree and arguably some the most pristine alpine wilderness. Yosemite Valley is regarded by many to be, quite simply, the most dramatic piece of geology to be found anywhere in the world!
Yellowstone Bison Beside Geyser Grand Canyon Yosemite Valley
  • CANADA:
    Banff National Park

    Canada's first national park is the crown jewel of the Canadian Rockies. Boasting green pine clad forests, magical turquoise lakes, timeless glaciers, waterfalls, an opportunity to see wildlife and above all accessibility, it's apparent why Banff is an outdoor enthusiasts' dream. In this recreational paradise there truly is something for everybody.
Banff National Park
  • ALASKA:
    Denali National Park

    Home to North America's tallest mountain, Mount McKinley, stretching 20,320ft into the heavens. This vast national park, covering more than six million acres, is also a protected habitat for grizzly bear, moose, Dall sheep, caribou, fox and many other animals. Denali National Park is world renowned for its incredible scenery, opportunities to view wildlife and for wilderness experiences.
Denali National Park Entrance
A choice of adventures...
  • TrekAmerica specialise in small group tours for 18-38 and every year thousands of young people from all over the world find that our small group tours offer a great value, easy and dependable and fun way to explore North America.

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  • Our great sister company, Grand American Adventures offer a huge range of small group tours for travellers of all ages. With dedicated active, cultural, walking and family tours to North America, along with adventure holidays in Central and South America, these tours will get you under the skin of the Americas.

    See www.grandamericanadventures.com

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  • CANYON ADVENTURE

    10 days from LAS VEGAS

    May-Sep from

    USA West - Camping

    The name says it all! Experience 5 amazing and diverse national parks with loads of time to enjoy them; plus a once in a lifetime overnight 4x4 desert adventure.

    Highlights: Amazing Canyons | Our Most Adventurous Trek

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  • ROCKY MOUNTAIN HIGH

    20 days from SEATTLE

    Jul-Sep from

    USA West - Camping

    This tour's right up there, literally! High-altitude, high-adrenaline adventure starts in the evergreen Cascades and rolls along the Rockies. Touch down again in the Southwest where you'll find sun-drenched landscapes. Rarely is the thrill of the open road greater.

    Highlights: 7 National Parks | Western Ranch Stay | Las Vegas

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  • CANADIAN PARKS WEST

    17 days from VANCOUVER

    Jun-Aug from

    Canada - Camping

    Experience 5 national and provincial parks which dazzle with the mind-blowing good looks you'd expect of Canada's Rockies. Add big-hearted boomtowns and river rafting, energising hot springs and whale watching for a bunch of larger-than-life experiences.

    Highlights: Canadian Rockies | Pacific Rim National Park

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  • ALASKAN WONDER

    13 days from ANCHORAGE

    Jun-Aug from

    Alaska - Camping

    Amazement and your thrill-seeking compadres make great travel buddies on this tour. In the land of the midnight sun mountains soar, rivers churn and glaciers gleam electric blue. Glassy lakes and fragrant pine play their part too. The result is, well, wonderful.

    Highlights: Denali | Kenai Peninsula | Wildlife Boat Cruise

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  • NORTHERN TRAIL

    21 days from NEW YORK AREA

    May-Sep from

    Cross Country - Camping

    One almighty scenic sweep stretches from ocean to ocean. Experience old frontiers and sacred Native American lands to cowboy towns and cosmopolitan cities. And fear not, hardy souls, the outdoor pursuits come thick and fast across the northern States.

    Highlights: Cities, Plains & Mountains | Hollywood

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