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Discover Glacier National Park | "Nature's Masterpiece" | 2021

"July 21 - 26, 2021"
Highlights - This tour is a "Scheduled Departure"
  • 5 Nights, 10 Meals
  • Spokane
  • Sierra Silver Mine Tour
  • Smokejumpers Base Aerial Fire Depot
  • Missoula
  • Scenic Float Trip
  • Glacier National Park
  • Swiftcurrent Lake
  • Red Jammer Touring Cars
  • Scenic Gondola Ride
  • Coeur d'Alene Casino Resort
  • Fully Escorted
Price Per Person: Double - $ 2,100.00
For complete tour information, call Western Leisure at 1.800.532.2113 or email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
Itinerary

Day 1 – Arrive Spokane

Fly into Spokane, Washington today and transfer to your hotel on your own. Upon arrival at your hotel, located on the banks of the Spokane River and in the heart of downtown, meet your Western Leisure tour director who will assist with hotel check in and information on how to spend your free time. This evening enjoy free time to explore Spokane and have dinner on your own.

Day 2 – Wallace - Missoula

This morning depart Spokane and travel east into Idaho, skirting the banks of Lake Coeur D' Alene as you travel east to the historic mining town of Wallace, Idaho. It is famous as the “Silver Capital of the World,” and every building in town is listed in the U.S. National Historic Register. Enjoy the Sierra Silver Mine tour, the only tour of its kind in the Northwest. Enjoy lunch at a local restaurant, then continue your journey eastward entering Montana for touring of the Smokejumpers Base Aerial Fire Depot near Missoula. Arrive at your hotel in Missoula and dinner is included at a local restaurant. (B, L, D)

Day 3 – Big Fork – Flathead River – Whitefish

Depart Missoula this morning and travel north to the shores of beautiful Flathead Lake for a Scenic Float Trip on the Middle Fork of the Flathead River. This afternoon scatter for a lunch on own in Big Fork. Big Fork, the “Village by the Bay” is home to wonderful art galleries and restaurants. After a fun filled experience, we continue to the resort town of Whitefish and our overnight accommodations. Whitefish serves up a heaping helping of rustic charm amid the rugged beauty of the Rockies. Nestled at the foot of Big Mountain we’ll check into our overnight hotel. (B, D)

Day 4 - Glacier National Park - Going to the Sun Highway

See and feel the grandeur that makes Glacier National Park "The Crown of the Continent." Depart Whitefish this morning and traverse Glacier National Park via the world famous "Going to the Sun Highway." We’ll start our journey at the famous Lake McDonald Lodge amid magnificent snow capped peaks and gleaming lakes. Board vintage Red Jammer Touring Cars that will take you on a 52-mile drive that crests the Continental Divide at Logan Pass and is famous for its majestic mountains and deep valley floors. Our motorcoach will meet you at the East side of Glacier where we’ll sightsee more of Glacier before returning to Whitefish. (B)

Day 5 – Silver Mountain - Coeur d’Alene

After breakfast, depart and travel west returning to Idaho. Arrive at Silver Mountain Resort in Kellogg and enjoy a Scenic Gondola Ride to the top of Silver Mountain on North America's longest gondola. Next take a scenic drive along the shores of beautiful Lake Coeur D' Alene as you enter the Coeur d’Alene Nation and arrive at the Coeur d’Alene Casino Resort for overnight. Tonight, join the group for a fun farewell dinner that includes a cultural celebration with Tribal Members who will share their stories, music and dance. What a wonderful way to conclude your Glacier experience. (B, L, D)

Day 6 – Home

This morning, transfer to the Spokane Airport by shuttle for your flights home.*travel time to the Spokane Airport is 1 hour* (B)

Please Note - * This tour requires average physical activity. Participants should be in good health, able to climb stairs and walk reasonable distances, possibly over uneven ground or unpaved trails as well as on snow and ice. This is a winter tour, participants should come prepared for cold weather. This tour covers areas of higher altitudes including overnight locations above 6,000 ft. and touring above 8,000 ft.


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