• Grand Teton National Park

The Rockies Holidays

Witness the immense size of the American West. Spanning several states, The Rockies – also known as The Rocky Mountains – offer breath-taking scenery, from dramatic wilderness to alpine lakes. 

The Rocky Mountains stretch 3,000 miles from British Columbia and Alberta in Canada through Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Colorado and down to New Mexico in the U.S.A. Here you can explore wild west landscapes and take part in activities such as horse riding, fishing and driving cattle on a ranching holiday; and visit national memorials such as Mount Rushmore. 

Embark on an adventure through the region's incredible national parks. View bubbling mudpots and spurting geysers in Yellowstone National Park; shimmering glaciers and crystal clear lakes in Glacier National Park; and towering sand dunes or snow-capped peaks in Colorado. These incredible landscapes are all enhanced by the abundant wildlife on show, from the mighty bison, bear, moose and elk to wolf, coyote, bobcat, bighorn sheep and mountain goat.

To make the most of your holiday to the Rockies, plan your time and know what you want to tick off your wish list. There is so much to see and do you really are spoilt for choice. Hire a car or motorhome and hit the open road, taking in the views as you wind your way through mountain passes, stopping off whenever you want to breathe deep and capture your memories with a fantastic photo.

Destination Highlights
  • Watch Old Faithful erupt in Yellowstone National Park
  • Become a cowboy and have a ranch adventure
  • See glistening glaciers in Glacier National Park
  • Spectacular wildlife viewing
  • Visit the massive sculptures of Mount Rushmore
  • Visit snow-capped peaks for winter fun

Explore, experience and discover. Learn to drive cattle and join a cowboy sin-along on a wild west ranch, hike through wilderness forests and mountain ranges, go white water rafting or fishing in the rivers and embrace the winter activities that The Rockies region has to offer.

  • Horse riding

    Activities for all the family

    There are endless activities for the whole family to enjoy in the Rockies, hike or bike across epic landscapes, ride the rapids of a mighty river or learn about the aboriginal culture at a Native American Pow Wow. Explore the national parks in comfort on a motorhome holiday, spend the nights in a log cabin or experience a little of the cowboy lifestyle on a ranch stay.

  • Moose calf

    Abundant Wildlife

    The Rocky Mountains are an important habitat for many animals, including elk, deer, mountain goat and hundreds of bird species, but it's the big ones; black bears, bison and moose that are the draw for wildlife lovers. Viewing of these larger animals are what's on everyone's wish list and even more so is capturing the moment on camera. You may want to bring along one with a zoom lens for a more quality photo and the best viewing times are at dawn and dusk when wildlife is more active. Stay quiet and still so you can witness the animals going about their day to day and remember; don't get too close, they are animals after all.

  • Grand Teton National Park

    Exploring National Parks

    Spanning more than 3000 miles, The Rockies hosts several incredible National Parks, including America's very first National Park; Yellowstone. Watch famous Old Faithful erupt and marvel at the geological activity at Mammoth Hot Springs.

  • Macey, Destination Specialist


    Destination Specialist

    "I loved staying on a ranch and toasting s'mores in the evening around the campfire – the Rockies Mountain Region has lots of ranch options to choose from."

Our Rockies destinations



Rocky Mountain National Park

Rocky Mountain National Park


Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone National Park

Types of Rockies holidays

Yellowstone National Park

Rockies Multi Centre Holidays

Multi Centre Holidays

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