Canyons, Rockies and Yellowstone holidays

Canyons, Rockies & Yellowstone

Canyons, Rockies & Yellowstone holidays

Must-see natural wonders and national parks.

From the Grand Canyon to Yellowstone, from Zion to Bryce; with its diverse landscapes and abundance of fauna, the Canyons and American Rockies has it all! There aren’t many better parts of North America than this magnificent area in the USA.
Choose from our Canyons, Rockies & Yellowstone fly drives, escorted tours, motorhomes and rail tours. 
The Grand Canyon

There is something liberating and exciting about a driving holiday in the Canyons and Rockies, as you discover the Grand Canyon, national parks and more.


Zion National Park

Experience your holiday with the experts – our escorted tours are guided and allow you to explore the best of the Canyons, Rockies and Yellowstone.


Canyonlands National Park

Canyons, Rockies and Yellowstone motorhome holidays offer you the flexibility and the freedom to go where you want, when you want.


Yellowstone Rainbow Hot Springs

Take in the great expanse of the American West as you travel across the Great Plains and through the Rocky Mountains on this rail journey!


Quick facts:

Time Zone: GMT – 6 / – 7
Flight time from UK: 9 hours – 10 hours 30 minutes

The Canyons and the American Rockies feature the states of Nevada, Utah, Arizona, New Mexico, Montana, Wyoming, Idaho and Colorado.


The Rocky Mountains experience extreme cold and heavy snow in the winter. In the summer temperatures are cooler and dryer than other regions of North America. In the winter, the canyons will stay mild at about 15C while summers will be hot and dry.

Best time to visit

The best time to visit for ideal weather is between April to July. If you’re looking for the very warmest time to visit the Canyons, Rockies and Yellowstone, the hottest months are July and August.

Natural Beauty

The Canyons and the Rockies area is full of natural beauty from Yellowstone National Park to Grand Canyon to Arches National Park, Zion National Park, Bryce Canyon, Monument Valley, Grand Teton, Devils Tower, Glacier National Park, Rocky Mountain and so much more!


There is an abundance of wildlife to see across the region, but in particular in Yellowstone National Park. Over 60 species of mammals live in Yellowstone, over 10 different types of amphibians and reptiles, and over 300 species of birds.


The Canyons and the Rockies area offers incredible history from the ruins of the great pueblos in Canyon de Chelly, Chaco Canyon and Mesa Verde to the thriving culture in communities still inhabited, like Taos Pueblo in Taos, New Mexico.

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