Mountain States

Photo by Kim Grant

Mountain States destinations

Around Colorado

Aspen and Snowmass


Breckenridge, Keystone and Copper

Colorado Springs and Southeastern Colorado

Denver and Around

Glacier National Park

Grand Junction and Around


Rocky Mountain National Park and Estes Park

Southwest Colorado

Vail and Beaver Creek


Yellowstone National Park

Mountain States

Mountains march through Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada and Wyoming, creating vast playgrounds for active travelers. But, tucked among the mountain ranges are flatlands with entertaining cities, including culture-rich and sport-minded Denver, and Las Vegas with its frenetic around-the-clock activity.


A playground climbing more than a mile high
Colorado is so much more than a $5B ski industry and legalized cannabis. The views from the top of a 14,000-foot-high mountain are a breathtaking experience in more ways than one. Summer or winter, mountain resort towns including Vail, Breckenridge and Aspen are filled with vacationers. Golf courses -where your balls fly farther in the thinner air  – have exciting elevation changes.  The rivers and streams are great for rafting and gold-medal fishing. Watching elk, deer, moose and other wildlife in their natural setting at Rocky Mountain National Park is memorable. In addition to the state’s natural treasures, Colorado’s sophistication reveals itself in Denver’s world class museums, music and other cultural opportunities. Colorado is a fabulous place to visit.


Blend sightseeing and activities
In the summertime, visitors mingle with locals birding in Glacier National Park and fly fishing in the Great Bear Wilderness. If you’re not into sports, take a sightseeing tour through Yellowstone or the many other parks in the state. In the wintertime, Snowmobilers ride on the white countryside outside the town of West Yellowstone, where there’s also access to the national park.


So many choices for sedentary and  active visitors
Keep your camera handy when traveling in the Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area, or the Buffalo Bill Scenic Byway. Watch the hot springs bubble in Yellowstone National Park. Join (or watch) the climbers challenging the sheer walls in the Grand Teton National Park and the Devils Tower area. Jackson Hole Mountain Resort or Grand Targhee Resort are prime places for downhill skiers, snowboarders and cross country skiers.


An outdoor lover’s paradise
From jet boating through Hell’s Canyon and climbing the Bruneau Sand Dunes, to fine dining after a day on Sun Valley‘s ski slopes and bicycling on the Route of the Hiawatha Rail to Trail, Idaho presents a wide variety of activities for active travelers. Camping in state parks, horseback riding in the wilderness while visiting a guest ranch, and fishing or rafting on the Snake River await outdoor enthusiasts.

What it Costs

Abstract Pricing at a Glance

Prices often fluctuate dynamically depending on capacity, seasonality and deals. We don’t want to lead you astray by quoting exact prices that quickly become wrong. To give you a rough idea for budgetary planning purposes, though, we have indicated general price ranges for all points of interest.

Price ranges are quoted in $US.

See & Do
N/A => Not applicable
$ => Tickets less than $10 per person
$$ => Tickets $11-25 per person
$$$ => Tickets $26 per person

$ => Rooms less than $100 for a double
$$ => Rooms $200 for a double
$$$ => Rooms $300 for a double

$ => $1-15 per person for a meal (without alcohol, tax, tip)
$ => $16-40 per person for a meal (without alcohol, tax, tip)
$$$ => $41 per person for a meal (without alcohol, tax, tip)

N/A => Not applicable

$ => Tickets less than $10 per person
$$ => Tickets $11-25 per person
$$ => Tickets $26 per person