Idaho Adventure - A Lewis & Clark Discovery

From: $2845

per person dbl*

• 2 Nights at the Coeur d’Alene Resort
• 2 Nights in Sun Valley
• Mining town of Wallace
• Lewiston
• Lewis & Clark Discovery Center
• Snake River Jetboat
• Silver Mine Tour
• Rider Ranch Cookout
• Resort town of McCall
• Ketchum
• Sun Valley
• Sawtooth Mountains

6 Nights Hotel Accommodations, 11 Meals: 6 Breakfasts, 2 Lunch & 3 Dinners, Tour Director,  Motorcoach Transportation, Sightseeing per Itinerary, Baggage Handling at Hotels

2 Night(s)  – Coeur d’Alene Resort, Coeur d’Alene
2 Night(s)  – Salmon Rapids Lodge, Riggins
2 Night(s)  – Sun Valley Inn, Sun Valley

June 3, 7, 14   – $2845 dbl**
Sept 13, 20   – $2845 dbl**
October 4   – $2845 dbl**

BOOKING DISCOUNT SAVINGS* – UP TO $200 PER COUPLE/$100 PER PERSON

Idaho Adventure - A Lewis & Clark Discovery

7-DAYS

DAY 1: FLY TO SPOKANE – ARRIVE HOTEL 
Fly to Spokane, Washington, meet your Tour Director and transfer east to the beautiful city of Coeur d’Alene which sits on the north shore of Coeur d’Alene Lake. Arrive at the spectacular Coeur d’Alene Resort for a 2 night stay.  The 18-story lakefront resort features 338-rooms & is considered one of the best resorts in the Northwest.  Enjoya bit of free time to take a lake cruise, walk around the marina or simply enjoy a drink at the lake view bar.
Overnight: Coeur d’Alene

DAY 2: WALLACE – SILVER MINE – RANCH
Visit the nearby historic mining town of Wallace, the entire town is on the national Historic Register and dates back to 1884.  While in this true, old west town enjoy a working Silver Mine Tour to learn about hard rock underground mining in the richest silver district on earth.  Later stop for dinner at the historic Rider Ranch, a 1300 acre real working ranch located just east of Coeur d’Alene. Meet the descendants of this pioneer ranching family and enjoy a delicious western cookout for your Welcome Dinner.
(B,D)   Overnight: Coeur d’Alene

DAY 3: LEWISTON & RIGGINS
This morning motorcoach south through the Clearwater Mountains.  Stop in  Idaho’s oldest incorporated community, historic Lewiston which sits on the famed Snake River. Next, visit the Lewis & Clark Discovery Center, located in Hells Gate State Park featuring indoor and outdoor displays and a film describing the journey of the famous explorers through Idaho. Then follow the river valley to Riggins and your quaint mountain lodge overlooking the confluence of the Salmon and Little Salmon Rivers for a 2 night stay. 
(B,D) Overnight: Riggins

DAY 4: HELLS CANYON
Today the great Idaho outdoors await. Enjoy a soft adventure experience on a narrated speedy Snake River Jetboat Tour. Learn about the animals, plants and legends of this famed river and jet through some spectacular rapids. Enjoy a picnic lunch followed by free time at your lodge or in the small town of Riggins.
(B,L) Overnight: Riggins

DAY 5: RIGGINS TO SUN VALLEY
This morning motorcoach south through the Sawtooth Mountains past beautiful forests, lakes and rivers. This is an incredibly scenic stretch of highway. Stop in the resort town of McCall on Payette Lake, originally founded as a logging town & today a year round spot for adventurists. Then motorcoach up into the Pioneer Mountains and arrive in Sun Valley (altitude 5,920’) for a 2 night stay in this famous resort area.  Discover why Sun Valley was a popular stop for Hollywood celebrities Clark Gable, Gary Cooper and ice skater Sonja Henie, and remains one of our nation’s great year round resort areas.   
(B,L) Overnight: Sun Valley

DAY 6: SUN VALLEY & KETCHUM
Start a relaxing day with some morning sightseeing of the Sun Valley area and its spectacular scenery. Visit the neighboring old western town of Ketchum, its lively downtown boasts a variety of restaurants, shops and art galleries.  See the Hemingway Memorial.  Ernest Hemingway fell in love with the Sun Valley area and finished For Whom the Bell Tolls while living here. Explore the several squares comprising Ketchum before having time on your own.  Maybe choose to visit the Hemingway Museum or the Ore Wagon & Bonning Cabin Museum.  Maybe have a drink at the Sawtooth Club or Whiskey Jacques, favorite haunts of Hemingway.  The afternoon is free to explore the area around your Sun Valley hotel property.  Sun Valley is America’s first ski resort, founded in 1936, before even Lake Placid, Aspen or Jackson.  Tonight join your fellow travelers for a Farewell Dinner in Ketchum and share stories from your shared experiences in Idaho
(B,D)   Overnight: Sun Valley 

DAY 7: SUN VALLEY – BOISE – FLIGHT HOME
Drive down out of the mountains west to Boise for your flight home. 
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Single Room Supplement + ($1000) Triple Room Reduction  – ($30) per person **Rates are Land only, per person double

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Land only rates do not include hotel transfers.
Roundtrip air package includes hotel transfers
On some dates alternate hotels may be used

* Booking Discount Details –  Make your Final Payment by check & receive $200 per couple/$100 per person savings on Air Inclusive Bookings. Land Only/Own Air Bookings receive $100 per couple/$50 per person savings.