Explore the spectacular Rocky Mountain Range with a 10-night one-way adventure to three of America’s most iconic and diverse National Parks! This customizable itinerary from Moterra will see you hike amongst Glacier’s tremendous ice fields and sweeping cirques, discover Yellowstone’s boiling rivers and bubbling hot springs, and marvel at Grand Teton’s jagged peaks and pristine alpine lakes. Our local trip designers have curated an adventure of a lifetime, packaged into a day-by-day itinerary that includes reservations at handpicked campgrounds and activity recommendations tailored to your specific interests and abilities. With our itinerary in hand, you can be sure to make the most of your time in these special parks!
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10 Nights | 11 Days
DEPART & RETURN
One-way itinerary that can be booked from Jackson > Whitefish or Whitefish > Jackson
2023 SEASON DATES
June 15 – September 6
2023 FAMILY PRICING (2 adults, 2 children)
- Book Before September 30, 2022
- Book Before December 31, 2022
- Book After January 1, 2023
2023 COUPLES PRICING (2 adults only)
- Book before September 30th, 2022
- Book before December 31st, 2022
- Book after January 1st, 2023
Pricing is reflective of groups booking in our Pop Top Classic- reserving a Pop-Top Plus or High Roof Campervan will incur a higher fee. This itinerary offering is based on the availability of our campervans and our Destination Experts, and will close when we reach our client or campervan capacity for the season. This is typically 4-5 months before the summer begins.
Glacier National Park
Pick up your van at our hub in Whitefish and continue on to West Glacier, where spectacular scenery awaits! Drive the iconic Going-to-the-Sun Road, one of the most scenic roadways in the world, and spend three days hiking, swimming, and boating to your heart’s content amongst pristine parkland and glacially-fed lakes. Enjoy an afternoon at the stunning St Mary Lake for a scenic Sunset cruise, and hike through the alpine ridges of Many Glacier.
Yellowstone National Park
Travel down through Big Sky Country (and spend a night on the way) until you reach Yellowstone, the first national park in the world, amid its awe-inspiring ecosystem, wildlife, and incredible hydrothermal features. Visit the Upper Geyser Basin, the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, Lake Yellowstone, and West Thumb Geyser Basin on the Yellowstone Lower Loop. Enjoy days full of hiking, wildlife spotting, gushing geysers, and incredible canyon vistas.
The Grand Tetons
Spend your final three nights in the stunning Grand Tetons. Though Yellowstone may have been the first national park, the Tetons are every local’s favorite. Canoe or Kayak on the incredible Jackson Lake, hike up Cascade Canyon between Teewinot and Mount Saint John, ferry across Jenny Lake’s pristine glacially-fed waters, spot wildlife along Moose-Wilson Road, and take a polar plunge into Phelps Lake from the Jumping Rock.
Access your personal Itinerary on your desktop and on the road! We will provide a printed version when you arrive for nostalgia purposes as well.
Included in your day-by-day itinerary:
- Destination Information and Fun Facts for each day
- Details about your pre-booked campsites, or GPS locations for off-the-grid dispersed camping spots
- Scenic Routes that take you to the heart of the action!
- Recommendations for food and shopping in Jackson and surrounding towns.
- Individualized suggestions and trail maps depending on your preferences for hiking, and scenic attractions
- All the details you need for your pre-booked activities
MOTERRA CLIENTS ON-TRIP
“Wow, what a trip! I don’t know how we would have pulled this off without Moterra. We gave them a general idea of what we were looking for, and they turned it into the most spectacular two week adventure for our family, complete with an app that directed when we didn’t have service (which was most of the time). The van had everything we needed to glamp with ease- they thought of everything, right down to salt and pepper. Our kids have still not stoped talking about sleeping in the “fort” (the pop-top), and we are already planning our trip back to the West with Moterra.”
– LISA K.
OPTIONAL ACTIVITY & ACCOMMODATION ADD ONS
Our destination experts will work with you to personalize your trip with exciting activities, hosted by our professional outfitters, and managed and booked by Moterra. Note: these activity and accommodation fees are optional and are not included in the package itinerary fee.
Glacier Helicopter Tour
Starts from $150 per person
Take to the sky for a perspective few others have seen – experience Glacier’s rugged ridgelines, immense forests, and stunning cirques with a 30 or 60 minute flight over the park. This memorable tour is perhaps the best way to truly grasp the size of the park’s glaciers and ice-fields!
Private Yellowstone Wildlife Safari
$1,095 for 4 people, full-day
Head out on a full-day wildlife safari through the Lamar Valley with wildlife experts from the Yellowstone Safari Company. Let them do the research to guide you to any number of wildlife sightings, from grizzlies to wolves, bison and more, sit back and enjoy the ride.
Ropes Course & Zipline
$79 per adult, $49 per child
Harness up, clip in and safely ride zip lines, shimmy over suspended bridges, scramble up nets, cross swinging logs and even ride an aerial skateboard! Seven courses for kids or adults are available, right in the town of Jackson.
Glamping in Yellowstone
Varies depending on season and time from booking
Upgrade your accommodation to a safari-inspired glamping haven in West Yellowstone.
Fly Fishing on the Snake River
$550 for a half-day, $650 for a full-day – price per two people
Head out on a full or half day fly-fishing excursion along the Snake River. Cast your rod from shore or boat and count on your guides to offer technical tips while guiding you to the best local fishing spots.
Guided Climbing Experience
Varies depeding on season
Let a knowledgeable guide lead you on a climbing adventure through the high alpine terrain at Jackson Hole. This memorable experience takes you above the valley floor, across suspended bridges and along granite walls! Half days or full days available.
Guided Bike Tour in front of the Tetons
$80-$165 per person depending on duration and location
Take a guided ride in front of the Tetons. Choose from many road biking and mountain biking options, with a variety of choices for each level of rider.
Kayak or Canoe in the Tetons or Glacier
$50 per person, depending on duration and location
Hire a canoe or kayak and explore the beautiful calm Jackson Lake in front of the Grand Tetons, or Lake Mcdonald in Glacier National Park. And if you are really feeling it…. why not do both?!
Can I add or remove days from my Package Itinerary?
Absolutely! Additional planning days are charged at $200 a night, excluding the cost of any additional campground reservations required. If you decide to take nights off your existing package, we will deduct $200 for each night you remove (in addition to one less rental night in the campervan, obviously).
Can I add or swap to different destinations to my Package Itinerary?
You can add alternative destinations to your Package Itinerary, by adding on days to the beginning or end of your package or subbing out existing days. If you want to sub out up to 2 days of your Package Itinerary for an alternative destination that we already write itineraries for, you will not be charged for this change.
What does the process look like? Will I have a say in what we do?
After an initial consultation, the Destination Expert assigned to your itinerary will create an overview of what they believe would be the best itinerary for your group, based on your preferences. You will then have two Itinerary Edits of the overview, where you have the opportunity to ask questions, add or remove elements of your trip, and ensure that this itinerary reflects your ideal vacation. Once this has been finalised, our Destination Expert will book in all of your campgrounds & activities, and then work to build out your full itinerary with destination information, downloadable maps, reservation details and more. Any changes that are requested after the Overview are based on availability and will incur a charge of $100 an hour.
Can we book an itinerary but use our own van?
This will be subject to the availability of our itinerary writers and campgrounds. Contact us for more information!
Can we get a discount for having less than 4 pax?
Absolutely! We include activities for 4 in the family package, so if you have less than 4 people, we are happy to remove the cost of activities for one person. Please talk to our staff for exact prices.
Can we have two vans travelling together?
We love multi-van itineraries! Because our package itineraries include the cost of things like campground reservations and activities for 4 people with our favorite providers, we are not able to split package costs between groups. If one or more vans additional vans want to join onto your itinerary package, we encourage them to book a van as soon as possible and then contact us. We will give them 30% off the cost of their Package itinerary, and will also take 30% off your itinerary charges! You also may receive a discount on your multi-van rental if you meet a certain number of days. Contact us to find out more!
What is the cancellation and booking policy for itineraries?
You will be charged 25% of the package cost upon booking, of which $500 is non-refundable. You will be charged for the remaining 75% of the package cost 45 days before your departure, after which no refunds will be issued. No refunds or other compensation will be offered in the event that inclement weather, fire or smoke conditions, or other natural causes lead to travel delays or prevent you from participating in scheduled activities. In the case of an official government shutdown that prevents you from traveling, we will work with you to find an alternative date for your itinerary!
What are the campgrounds like in this itinerary?
National park campgrounds are not known for being glamorous, but Yellowstone is a 3,500-sq.-mile wilderness, so being close to the action is typically desired by most guests. In Yellowstone, we are unable to choose your sites at the NPS campgrounds for you. Some guests choose to upgrade to Under Canvas in West Yellowstone for a night, leaving only 2 nights in Yellowstone’s NPS sites. In the Grand Tetons, we are able to pick your sites for you (depending on availability, of course), and the campgrounds are generally more roomy and scenic, compared to Yellowstone. Dispersed camping options are also available for those who want to roll the dice (we will book you a campground as a backup just in case) in the Grand Tetons.