Yellowstone National Park
Yellowstone National Park features some of the most bizarre and incredible scenery you will see in your lifetime. In addition to deep canyons and lush forests, Yellowstone hosts geologic and hydrothermal wonders such as erupting geysers, bubbling mud-pots, colorful hot springs, oddly shaped terraces and a vast underground volcano.
Grand Teton Mountains
Grand Teton National Park encompasses a large and majestic mountain range that is as beautiful as it is wild and untouched. Its alpine terrain and pristine lakes are the home to thousands of wildlife species.
Bryce Canyon National Park is best known for its unusual spires and rock formations called hoodoos. The multi-colored red rocks and grand natural amphitheaters make Bryce a feast for the eyes - and the soul. Bryce is known for having some of the darkest skies in the United States, with incredible nighttime stargazing opportunities.
Zion National Park
Zion National Park is a vast park with wide-ranging terrain. From towering cliffs to slot canyons and cold rivers, Zion has something for everyone. The Mormon pioneers who settled in Zion gave it its name, recognizing that "a man can worship God among these great cathedrals as well as in any man-made church - this is Zion." And indeed, while in Zion one feels as though she is walking through Hashem's palace.
Probably the most well-known national park of all, the Grand Canyon is mind-boggling in its scope and size. This dramatically steep and deep canyon has been carved over thousands of years by the Colorado River, exposing layer upon layer of colorful rock. Yifei Nof will tour the less frequented Northern Rim of the Grand Canyon
Experience large wildlife up close. Yellowstone is one of the best locations for viewing large mammals in the US. As a rule of thumb... if you see cars stopped at the side of the road, stop your vehicle and take a look. Good chance there are bison, elk, bear or an equally impressive animal within view. But have no fear. Yifei Nof staff will make sure that our girls maintain a safe distance from these majestic - but wild - animals at all times.
Cedar Breaks sits at over 10,000 feet and showcases both colorful canyon landscapes as well as lush alpine meadows with ancient bristlecone pines and wildflowers through late summer.
Craters of the Moon
Experience a volcanic terrain without having to travel to a tropical island! Craters of the Moon encompasses 3 large lava fields, and offers basaltic features that include lava tubes, a cinder cone, spatter cones and lava flows.
Snow Canyon is a small and versatile park in Southern Utah that will be our first destination on YN Day 1! It encompasses petrified dunes, lava tubes, sand dunes, and canyons