FINALLY getting to come to see part of the west. Flying into and out of Denver for 3 weeks early October. Plan is to do a loop taking in Parts of the Rockies in and around Denver, including Pike's Peak, Mt. Rushmore, Badlands, Yellowstone, Grand Tetons, and Jackson. I'm thinking 2-3 days in Colorado, then on to Badlands, Mt. Rushmore area (1-2 days including travel from Colorado), then over to Yellowstone for 2-3? days, down to Tetons, andJackson for a couple of days and back to Denver. Our main interest are seeing things of nature and wildlife. That's going to put us at close to 2 weeks, with a week left. I don't want to be on a strick schedule to the point I have to be at a certain location on a certain day (unless it's Yellowstone for lodging) Looking for off the beaten path areas, and do we need to branch out a little more with the other week or just see things inbetween the mentioned areas. Thanks for all imput.
Colorado, S.D. Wyoming
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