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7 Days and Six Nights in Wonderful Wyoming
September 9-15, 2024


Jackson Hole lies in a snug valley between the Gros Ventre and Teton Mountains in Wyoming. This is a stunningly scenic part of America, and it is steeped in frontier history. Two centuries ago Jackson’s Hole, as it was known then, was the site of the annual rendezvous of mountain men and fur trappers. Modern-day Jackson Hole and its surrounding national parks, Yellowstone and Grand Teton, are among Mind’s Eye Travel’s favorite destinations. We are always happy to introduce new visitors to this wonderful area, and to return with old friends, too.

Price per person double occupancy $4,990

Price per person single occupancy $5,990

Please Call 207-542-4438 to check availability for this trip. 


DAY 1, September 9
Jackson hole

Our guides will meet us at the Jackson Hole airport, the only airport in America that’s in a national park, and bring us to the 49er Inn, which (except for one night at the legendary Old Faithful Inn) will be our home for the week and is within easy walk of Jackson Hole’s renowned shops and eateries. This evening we’ll gather for a meet & greet pizza party at the hotel. 

DAY 2, September 10
Grand Teton National Park

After breakfast our coach will pick us up for a spectacular day-long Grand Teton experience with a guide. At the Tourist Information Center we’ll touch furs, antlers, horns and even pawprints of the local wildlife. Then the Rockefeller Preserve Center’s large tactile map will let us “feel” these rugged mountains, dense forests and alpine lakes—and the unique sound chamber will take us through all four seasons. After lunch (weather permitting, a picnic) we’ll take a cruise on Jenny Lake, deep inside the Tetons. Some may prefer to hike the around the lake instead. Throughout the day we’re likely to encounter—at a safe distance, of course—animals such as bison, elk, bald eagles, coyotes, beaver and possibly even bear and wolves.

Day 3, September 11
Jackson Hole

This morning we’ll go to the nearby Greater Yellowstone Visitor Center and the National Elk Refuge, where we’ll ply the docents with questions. No visit to Jackson Hole is complete without our next stop, the town square’s remarkable antler arch, where we’ll pose for the traditional group photo. Then we’ll roam the wonderful shops with their local handcrafts and artworks, outdoor clothing and gear, tasty treats and interesting souvenirs. The last time we were here, we got quite up close and personal with a moose. A taxidermy moose, of course. 

Day 4, September 12
Yellowstone National Park &
Old Faithful Inn

Today’s guided tour will focus on the west side of the Yellowstone, along the Lower Loop Road, where we’ll explore and experience the Yellowstone Caldera’s hissing geysers, bubbling mud pots and steaming hot springs and fumaroles from wooden boardwalks with handrails. Lunch will either be picnic-style or at a park restaurant. The hikers in the group may opt for longer treks through the geyser basins and other park locales. 

Our accommodations tonight are the most sought-after in Yellowstone Park: the world-famous Old Faithful Inn, an enormous log-and-stone structure built in 1903. If you’re wondering about its name, the Old Faithful geyser is just outside the front door. 

day 5, September 13
Yellowstone National Park

Now we’ll explore some of the eastern side of this vast park, including Yellowstone Lake, Sylvan Pass and Mount Washburn. We can walk along the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, taking in the upper and lower waterfalls, and then we’ll admire the lush Hayden Valley and its wildlife. Our guides will teach us about the osprey, ravens, elk, antelope, bears, wolves and buffalo that roam freely here. If we’re lucky, the elk rut, the mating season, will be underway and we’ll hear the majestic bulls bugling, challenging each other for the chance to breed with the cows. Finally we’ll loop back over the Continental Divide to return to Jackson Hole and the 49er Inn. 

day 6, September 14
Grand Teton National Park
& Jackson Hole

Today we’ll have time for some optional activities such as taking the gondola to the top of the Jackson Hole ski area (there is a small fee), hiking in the Tetons or simply wandering around colorful Jackson Hole. Dinner tonight will be a rib-stickin’ meal around the campfire at the Bar T Chuck Wagon. We didn’t spend a long, hard day in the saddle, but that doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy authentic cowboy entertainment including songs, stories, comedy, yodeling, fiddling and more. Of course there's a gift shop too, where we can pick up more souvenirs of our time in the West. 

day 7, September 15

Our wonderful guides will take us to the airport in plenty of time for our flights home.


  • Price per person double occupancy $4,990

  • Price per person single occupancy $5,990

  • A $1,000 deposit per person is required to hold space; the balance will be due 60 days prior to the trip, after which fees will no longer be refundable.

Please Note

  • One sighted guide per two clients

  • If you’d like to have your own sighted guide, please add $1,000

Included in the price:

  • 7 nights’ accommodations, 6 breakfasts, 3 lunches and 2 dinners

  • All activities as described 

  • Airport transfers, ground transportation and park fees

Not included in the price: 

  • Airfares, alcoholic beverages, personal items or guide gratuities. 

  • Additional fees may apply to certain excursions or activities as noted above.  

  • Mind’s Eye Travel recommends trip insurance. 

  • Our trips are non-smoking and not combinable with any other offer.

Book this trip

Please Call 207-542-4438 to check availability for this trip. 

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