Old West: Yellowstone/Cody

Old West: Yellowstone/Cody

July 14-21, 2018

Registration FULL!

Features the best of Yellowstone plus “America’s 50 most beautiful miles” en route to the Old West town of Cody, Wyoming, with nightly rodeo. Sunset worship at Lake Butte. Picnics along the Yellowstone River and the scenic Beartooth Highway. View bison and other wildlife in vast Lamar Valley, and much more.

Hosts: Bruce Gourley/John Pierce Guest: Benny McCracken of West Yellowstone

This is a small-group experience, not a commercial tour. Personal attention, local expertise, enjoyable interaction, inspiring moments and unique opportunities are the marks of Nurturing Faith Experiences.

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Tentative Schedule
Old West: Yellowstone/Cody
July 14-21, 2018

TENTATIVE SCHEDULE: Itinerary is subject to change due to weather, wildlife and the whims of leaders.

Saturday, July 14 – Arrive in Bozeman / Get acquainted / Dinner at Montana Ale Works (C’mon Inn)

Sunday, July 15 – To Yellowstone via West Entrance / Midway geysers / Lunch at Old Faithful Inn / West Thumb Basin / Dinner at Lake Hotel / Conversation with Benny McCracken / Sunset worship at Lake Butte (Lodging at Lake Yellowstone)

Monday, July 16 – Visit Hayden Valley, Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, Dunraven Pass and Tower Falls / Roosevelt Chuck Wagon Dinner and Show (Lodging at Lake Yellowstone)

Tuesday, July 17 – Morning at Yellowstone Lake (to rest, shop or walk) / Picnic lunch along Yellowstone River / Yellowstone Lake boat tour / Group session / Dinner and ranger program (Lodging at Lake Yellowstone)

Wednesday, July 18 – Travel what Teddy Roosevelt called the 50 most beautiful miles in America / Lunch and browse in Cody / Dinner and Night Rodeo (Cody Cowboy Village)

Thursday, July 19 – Personal tour of Cody’s rich, western heritage / Buffalo Bill Center of the West / Old Trail Town living museum / Dinner and a show / (Cody Cowboy Village)

Friday, July 20 – Travel the Beartooth Highway with a picnic at 10,947 feet (so don’t drop your fork) / Enter Yellowstone’s Silver Gate to Lamar Valley where the buffalo roam / Dinner at Mammoth Hot Springs / Through the Roosevelt Arch back to Bozeman (C’mon Inn)

Saturday, July 21 – Flights out of Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport (BZN)


Deposits are fully refundable until April 1, 2018. After that date, the refund of deposits and/or full payments is based on what we can recover through adding substitute participants or canceling rooms, activities, etc. In other words, we can return only the funds we can recover.

Cancellation insurance is the best way to ensure recovery of payments. Nurturing Faith recommends but does NOT provide travel cancellation insurance, which may be purchased from AAA, Allianz (allianztravelinsurance.com) or another provider of your choice. Travel (cancellation) insurance is different from medical insurance.


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