On the Traces of the Great West

Scheduled departures

From April 26 to May 10, 2020
From May 31 to June 14, 2020
From 05 to 19 July 2020
From August 04 to 18, 2020
From 06 to 20 September 2020
From 04 to 18 October 2020

Our prices :

Harley-Davidson Tri-Glide Driver Price (sharing a double room): ..................................................................................... € 7,200 €

Harley-Davidson Driver Price (sharing a double room): .....€ 5,940

Convertible Mustang Driver Price (sharing a double room): € 5,440 €

Price Passenger Tri-Glide HD, Harley-Davidson or Mustang convertible (sharing a double room): ........................................................................ € 3,500 €

Single room supplement: ...................................................... € 950 €

Summer school holidays air supplement (July and August only): .......... € 300

Day 1: France / Los Angeles

Meet at Charles de Gaulle Airport. Boarding and take-off formalities for California. Arrival in Los Angeles and meeting with your French-speaking Guide. Transfer to the hotel by shuttle then installation at the hotel.

Day 2: Los Angeles / Palm Springs (240kms)

Find your motorbikes and saddle up for a panoramic tour of the beaches of Los Angeles (Santa Monica, Venice Beach, Sunset Blvd, Beverly Hills, Hollywood Blvd,…). Depart for Palm Springs across the Mojave Desert, and arrive at the famous Palm Springs Oasis. Overnight in Palm Springs.

Day 3: Palm Springs / Rt 66 / Kingman (370km)

In the saddle for the visit to Joshua National Park (so named by the Mormons for the trees with the arms of Messiah). Stop at Roy's Café on Route 66. Departure to "Oatman" on Route 66 which was a gold mine until the beginning of the 20th century. Nowadays, it is a real “Old Western Town” where “burros” roam the city center. Continuation for Kingman and installation at the hotel.

Day 4: Kingman / Route 66 / Grand Canyon (390km)

Hop on your motorbike to explore the legendary Route 66 (from Kingman to Seligman), then Route 64 will take you to the foot of the Grand Canyon. Day "full eyes" along the South Corniche and its magnificent views. Stop at your Trading Post for the night.

Day 5: Grand Canyon / Page (Lake Powell) / Monument Valley / Bluff (400km)

Early departure for the crossing of the Navajos Indian territories to Page which overlooks Lake Powell (Lake Powell is the second largest artificial lake in the USA). Visit Antelope Canyon with an Indian guide (Antelope Canyon slots are one of the jewels of Arizona, it is also the most photographed place in all West America). Continuation of the crossing of the Colorado Plateau to Monument Valley, in the heart of the Navajo Indian reserve. Discovery of the site in 4X4 with our Indian hosts. Barbecue Steak lunch at "Rain God Mesa". Continuation of the ride towards Bluff. Well deserved rest in Utah.

Day 6: Bluff / Moab (200km)

En route to the great outdoors of Canyonland National Park. The day continues with the discovery of the multitude of natural arches created by erosion, in the Arches Natural Park. Stop overnight in the South West town of MOAB.

Day 7: Moab / Bryce Canyon (420km)

After a stretch of Highway 70, departure to the famous Route 24, to discover Capitol Reef National Park. Arrived at BRYCE, we will cross the small roads leading to the 'Hoodoos' so named after the belief of the Indians "Paiutes". Overnight in Bryce.

Day 8: Bryce / Zion / Vegas (390km)

The peaks of Bryce Canyon, passing through the majestic valley of Zion National Park (Navajo Sandstone cliffs, Patriarchs Court, waterfalls, etc.), following the adventure along the “Virgin River”. Night arrival in the illuminated game oasis: LAS VEGAS, site discovered by Mormons.

Day 9: Las Vegas

Free day to take advantage of the hotel infrastructures or a stroll in the city of all the excesses in search of the Jackpot: "place your bets, nothing is going right". Overnight in Las Vegas.

Day 10: Las Vegas / Death Valley (Furnace Creek Ranch) (200km)

Indispensable water supply and track for the Death Valley and its furnace. Stop to admire the different viewpoints (Zabrisky Point, Furnace Creek…). At Bad Water you will be 85 meters below sea level. Installation at the Furnace Creek ranch and discovery of "the artists' palette": Stove Pipe, Sand Dunes…

Day 11: Death Valley / Mammoth Lakes (330km) or Fresno (550km) (depending on opening of the Tioga pass 3031m)

You have the great outdoors on the handlebars of your motorcycle. Crossing the Panamint Mountains. We will pass close to the famous ghost town of "Bodie". Arrival in Sierra Nevada and stop at the famous "Mono Lake". Stop for the night in the Mammoth Lakes ski resort OR cross the Mojave Desert. After crossing the San Joaquin Valley, we will arrive in the agricultural town of Fresno where we will stop for the night.

Day 12: Mammoth Lakes / San Francisco (425km) or Fresno / San Francisco (450km)

Direction Yosemite National Park. Then drive through the forests of Séquoias and Ponderosa, visit of Yosemite Valley (Bridal veil, Yosemite falls, El capitan…). Stop to admire the Giant Sequoias. Crossing the 'Ghost Towns' of the gold rush. Arrival at the end of the day in San Francisco (The Golden Gate City). Installation at the hotel.

Day 13: San Francisco / City Tour

Day dedicated to visiting the Bay City (Japan town, Civic center, Chinatown, North beach, Lombard street,…). Cross the Golden Bridge and stop at Sausalito. Return to San Francisco and return of the motorcycles at the end of the afternoon. Evening in the center of the city.

Day 14: San Francisco / Departure to Europe

Depending on flight schedules, transfer to the airport and assistance with boarding formalities. Takeoff for Europe. Dinner and overnight on board.

Day 15: Paris

Arrived in France. End of our services and see you soon to discover new spaces !!!

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