Almost all sightseeing is on an air-conditioned coach with rest stops, lunch stops, and photo stops en route. Some stair climbing may be required to get better views. You will experience high altitudes (up to 9,000 feet) on this US National Parks tour, which may affect breathing. Temperatures are at their highest in July and August, but it is a dry heat, and tours will take place at the cooler time of the day.
You’ll be exposed to the local arts throughout your journey. Join in a discussion with Old West expert Ken Thomasma in Jackson Hole, listen to a performance or rehearsal by the Mormon Tabernacle Choir in Salt Lake City, and enjoy talks by rangers each night when you stay in a national park hotel.