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DAY 1 – Fly to Denver, Colorado
DAY 2 – Denver, Colorado
Spend the day in Denver, with its outstanding collections of museums as well as excellent shopping in Cherry Creek Shopping Center and Larimer Square, tasty microbreweries and a restored section of Victorian Denver filled with quaint old buildings, gas lamps, courtyards and gardens. If you have time, head out to the Coors Brewery and legendary Red Rocks Park & Amphitheatre.
DAY 3 – Denver to Cheyenne, Wyoming
Head north to Wyoming’s state capital of Cheyenne. Visit the Old West Museum to learn about the annual Frontier Days, one of the oldest annual rodeos in the country. Other options include the Cheyenne Depot and Depot Museum, the Wyoming State Capitol, the Big Boy Steam Engine and Downtown Cheyenne.
DAY 4 – Cheyenne to The Black Hills, South Dakota
Make your way to explore many attractions of South Dakota’s Black Hills. Stop in at Wind Cave National Park which contains the world's sixth longest cave with amazing boxwork, frostwork and popcorn formations. Visit Custer State Park, the second largest state park in the nation and home to 1,500 bison and granite outcroppings. Drive the 18 mile Wildlife Loop Road.
Overnight: Custer State Park
DAY 5 – The Black Hills of South Dakota
Mount Rushmore National Memorial - 60-foot-high mountain carving of U.S. Presidents George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln. Crazy Horse Memorial – the massive granite carving honoring the Native American warrior will stand 563 feet high and 641 feet long when complete. Head to the Old West town of Deadwood where the legends of Wild Bill Hickock and Calamity Jane live on. Visit the Days of 76 Museum or try your luck at one of the town’s numerous gaming parlours.
Overnight: Deadwood, South Dakota
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