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Country Walkers

At Vermont-based Country Walkers, every trail tells a story. For 40 years the company has been leading off-the-beaten-path adventures on foot with expert local guides, providing guests immersive cultural moments complemented by stays in unique boutique accommodations. The tours are offered at various activity levels – the core belief being that walking is a great way to experience the world.


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VBT Bicycling and Walking Vacations

Since 1971, Vermont-based VBT has been devoted to providing extraordinary experiences for active travelers in destinations around the world, with stays in places such as castles and quaint farmhouses. VBT’s six- to 14-day small group bicycling and walking trips are offered at various, easy to understand levels of activity.


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Holiday Vacations

Since 1973, thousands of people have experienced carefully planned, value-priced itineraries with Wisconsin-based Holiday Vacations. What started as a small company providing motorcoach tours to Midwest travelers has grown into a nationwide provider of guided vacations to more than 65 destinations worldwide. Tours are now available by motorcoach, van, air, rail, and cruise.


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Explore Our National Parks

The Oasis at Death Valley

You don’t come to Death Valley because abundant life flourishes here. Which is exactly why an oasis in the middle of it is so special. Only here can you enjoy two distinct hotel experiences that have undergone a $100 million renaissance – the historic, serene, and peaceful Four Diamond Inn at Death Valley and the family-friendly, adventure-focused Ranch at Death Valley – the energetic epicenter of this True American Oasis located in Death Valley National Park.


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Glacier National Park

Known for its seemingly endless acres of rugged and breathtaking landscapes, Glacier National Park was established in 1910 and stands today as a monument to wild natural places. Just as the landscape and wildlife are part of the heritage of Glacier National Park, so are the historic lodges and classic Red Buses and their drivers known as “jammers.” With abundant in-park lodging, Glacier National Park Lodges stands ready to welcome the park’s visitors and help create memorable and meaningful experiences to last a lifetime.


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Grand Canyon National Park

Long considered one of the seven wonders of the world, visitors flock to see the Grand Canyon’s unique combination of geological color and erosional forms. Grand Canyon National Park Lodges provides the premier in-park lodging at the South Rim – with iconic lodges like El Tovar and Bright Angel – and we are proud to provide you with everything you need to plan and enjoy your visit to the Grand Canyon. When you stay at Grand Canyon National Park Lodges, you’re not just close – you’re there!


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Yellowstone
National Park

At Yellowstone National Park Lodges, you’re invited to discover or rediscover the magic of the world’s first national park – Yellowstone. As proud stewards of the park and this truly extraordinary American wonder, we’ll help you find your ultimate Yellowstone experience—all while working to protect and preserve the park for future generations.


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Zion
National Park

The name “Zion” means a place of peace and refuge. As a sanctuary with over 146,000 acres of cliffs, canyons, diverse plant and animal life, and uninterrupted beauty, Zion is well-named. Its massive sandstone walls, some as high as 3,800 feet, offer an opportunity for serenity and reflection for all who visit—and Zion Lodge offers the only in-park lodging inside this hiker’s paradise.


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Mount Rushmore
National Memorial

There is more than gold in the Black Hills of South Dakota. Above dense forests and pristine streams, the Mount Rushmore National Memorial represents a national treasure. Symbolizing the ideals of freedom and democracy, it is a tribute to four presidents: George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt, and Abraham Lincoln and their invaluable contributions to the United States. Mount Rushmore National Memorial represents not only the past, but also a promise for the future.


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Rocky Mountain
National Park

Travel along the backbone of the Continental Divide and visit us midway in your journey across Rocky Mountain National Park’s Trail Ridge Road, the nation’s highest paved roadway — which leads through some of the country’s most scenic wilderness. Wind your way through five distinct ecosystems, with majestic mountain ranges, emerald lakes, ethereal waterfalls, lush valleys, and abundant wildlife. Then, take in the beauty of the park from a 12,000-foot vantage point atop Trail Ridge Road.


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Get More Inspiration for Your National Park Vacation

9 Reasons to Visit Yellowstone in 2019

Yellowstone is an otherworldly wonder—full of spectacular wildlife, scenic hiking trails, show-stopping scenery, and the largest number of geysers in the world. Whether you’re a Yellowstone regular or have never been to the nation’s first national park, there are plenty of enticing reasons to visit in 2019. Here are nine of them.


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Family Fun! 10 Great Things To Do with Kids in Death Valley

For children with a sense of adventure, Death Valley National Park is a desert paradise. With all sorts of unique creatures and bizarre landforms (even a volcano), Death Valley is a place that’s guaranteed to inspire wonder.


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The Grand Canyon Celebrates 100 Years

This year, Grand Canyon National Park celebrates its Centennial. However, the underpinnings of what would become a national treasure and wish list destination began to take shape more than a century ago.


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