Simply put, this tour has it all. Beginning and ending in Jackson Hole, WY, where the majestic Grand Tetons seem to welcome you at the start of your incredible adventure, we’ll be riding through three states, Wyoming, Idaho, and Montana, where you will experience jaw-dropping Scenery, abundant Wildlife, Waterfalls, Mountain Ranges, and Western Towns. Highlights include Grand Teton National Park, Yellowstone National Park, Bear Tooth Highway (EL 10,947 ft), Big Horne Mountain Range, Chief Joseph Highway, Cody WY and Red Lodge MT.

Wyoming Tour

Price: $4,950.00 (Accommodations Included)
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August 5 - August 13

Travel to Jackson Wyoming. When booking flights, “JAC” is the airport code. Early afternoon arrival is best. Arrange for transport to the Super 8 in Jackson, WY either by shuttle or taxi. After check-in, explore Jackson and Teton Village, have lunch at one of the many eateries and then relax or take a short ride at your leisure. Bikes are off-loaded and available in the afternoon.

Today, we saddle up for Teton National Park where you will experience an unforgettable ride along the Snake River, view crystal clear lakes and lose yourself in the spectacular scenery up close and personal around every turn. Be sure to take your camera along as we stop often for the many perfect shots. During our ride, be alert to the abundant wildlife that populates the park including Bear, Moose, Elk, Buffalo and Bald Eagle. We end our day with a ride to Jackson Hole where you can browse through the many shops, explore great eateries, enjoy a drink at the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar and experience the excitement of a great western town.

Amazing sights await us as we ride north to Yellowstone National Park where we will watch the incredible eruption of world-famous Old Faithful, witness active geysers, mud pots and other volcanic geologic features. Afterwards, enjoy the ride through Fire Hole Canyon as we make our way into Idaho. Exiting Yellowstone N.P. through the western gate into Idaho, we ride south through beautiful potato fields and sunflowers all the while with the backside of the Tetons in view. Watch for Buffalo, Elk and Antelope along the way as we make our way back to Jackson. Once back, be sure to pack your saddlebags for the awesome four days, three nights trip to Cody, Wyoming, Red Lodge and Gardner, Montana.

Today’s ride we’ll start somewhat earlier as we make our way to Cody. Not because of distance (~200 miles) but because there’s just so much to see. Heading north, we’ll re-enter Yellowstone through the southern gate (hold on to your park passes) with a stop at the historic Yellowstone Hotel on Yellowstone Lake. Continuing our ride through the Park, be prepared to stop for “Buffalo Jams” as herds cross the road every morning and every evening. Riding on, our next stop will be the “Grand Canyon of Yellowstone” and the Lower Falls, the second most photographed feature of the Park, second only to Old Faithful. Note: This is Grizzly Bear country so stay alert. Exiting the Park, we travel along what has been called “the most beautiful roadway in America” to Cody Wyoming where we will be staying in downtown Cody.

Enjoy a well-deserved day of leisure while visiting local points of interest in and around Cody, or we will saddle up for a ride across Big Horn Mountain Range, an unbelievable ride.

The adventure continues! Today we ride north along Chief Joseph Highway and across Bear Tooth Pass into Montana, undoubtedly the most scenic and unforgettable ride of your life. After lunch in Red Lodge, we cross back over Bear Tooth Pass, through Cook City, re-enter Yellowstone through Lamar Valley, one of the many wide valleys in the Park where you will see herds of Buffalo and possibly Wolves and Bears. We continue through Mammoth Springs where you can experience the smell of sulfur for volcanic vents as well as Elk feeding on manicured lawns. We exit the Park through Roosevelt Arch, the northern gateway to Yellowstone National Park dedicated by President Roosevelt in 1903, ending the day in Gardner, Montana.

On our ride today, we leave Gardner and re-inter Yellowstone to explore Mammoth Hot Springs. You will see colorful mineral deposits and Thermal Pools of the Hot Springs. As we make our way back to Teton Village, we’ll make several stops through the park and visit West Thumb Basin and Grand Prismatic Spring. This evening we’ll be back in Jackson, Wyoming where we’ll enjoy a Chuck-wagon style dinner at Dornan’s in Teton Village.

Enjoy a day of leisure while exploring points of interest in and around Jackson Hole. There’s a lot to do in Jackson Hole, including a Tram ride up the mountain or ride to areas you would like to visit a second time. For those who want to join, we will be riding out to Mormon Row to take some pictures at the iconic barn. This evening a casual dinner will be hosted by Ride America in appreciation of you and your fellow participants. The event is always filled with good fun and great fellowship.

Following breakfast, checkout and return your bike and luggage to the staging area for reloading upon arrival of the transport.
Flying home? Shuttle or Taxi will take you to the airport with pick up time at least 2 hours before flight time.

Other Tour Information:

  • Approximate Riding Distance: 1,700 miles
  • Fuel surcharge may apply
Accomodations: Ride America Tours strives to secure the best value for our members by leveraging our strength in numbers and by negotiating room rates with motorcycle friendly properties up to a year in advance, especially in high demand areas. However, in the event a member prefers lodging at a property other than the one negotiated for the group and included in the tour price, the member may request and receive a refund in an amount equal to the negotiated price for the relinquished property, provided such request is made at the time of booking. The requesting member shall then be responsible for making their own reservations and payment for the replacement property.
Shipping Bikes: Bikes will be delivered to the staging area approximately 7 days prior to the tour start date. Bikes will be loaded onto our custom designed motorcycle transport. Staging areas vary and participants will be notified of the location, date, and time well in advance of each tour.

Returning Bikes:Bikes will be unloaded upon arrival of the transport following the end of your tour and returned to the initial staging area within 7 days. Details for pickup will be provided well in advance of each tour.

NOTE: In compliance with Motor Carrier Safety Regulations, gas tanks ARE NOT to be filled prior to transport. Bike registration, keys/fobs must remain with the bikes for loading/unloading. Additionally, bike registrations must be available along with personal contact information, i.e., Emergency Contact Numbers, and Cell Phone Numbers. These items will be placed into an envelope and attached to the bike prior to transport. An envelope will be provided to you at time of shipping.

Packing Recommendations For The Tour: When considering what to pack, make a list of everything you think you need, and then divide the list in half. After that, divide what’s left in half and you’ll have a list of items you might actually need. (Hint: You’ll not change cloths every day on a cross-country motorcycle trip and washers and dryers are readily available.) So, for this Tour, we recommend one set of “Street Cloths” a pair of comfortable walking shoes, personal wear, toiletries, sunscreen, chap-stick, riding gear including helmets, boots, eyewear, leathers, jackets, gloves, rain gear and both warm and cold weather apparel. Dress in layers. Riding gear stowed inside saddlebags and tour packs may travel with your bike if secured.

Note: Prescription drugs, and other valuables such as jewelry, cash, cameras, etc. must always remain in your possession.

Park Entrance & Excursion Fees: Entrance fees into the National Parks and other Excursion fees are the responsibility of the customer. Customers should plan on spending approximately $150.00 for these types of fees.