The Chaco Canyon and Cliff Palace Photography tours are full, but we will have standby sign up at International.
We still have openings for Cliff Palace Living History tour June 29th. This would be the perfect ending of a day of exploring Mesa Verde on your own. Send your fee in before May 15 to reserve your place. After May 15th you will have to sign up at the Tour table at International and take your chances.
Sign up at the International Rally for these tour and activities:
Wine Tasting at “Wines of San Juan” Winery
Fly Fishing the San Juan River
Golf Scramble at Piñon Hill Golf Course, rated by Golfweek as the #4 municipal course in the United States.
Tours of the coal-fired power plant, PNM San Juan Generating Station, that supplies electricity to the Southwest and California.
Tours of the Navajo Agricultural Products Industry, NAPI is a growing and thriving enterprise with national and International contracts for it’s agricultural products, sold under the brand name Navajo Pride.
Museum tours of the the Bolack Museum of Fish and Wildlife and Bolack Electomechanical Museum.
Educational tours of Salmon Ruins. 11th century Chacoan settlement along the San Juan River in the Farmington area. This Pueblo remained undisturbed until the decade-long archaeological investigation of the 1970s.
This along with our “Mild 2 Wild” tours of Mesa Verde and the Durango Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad tour. Call Mild2wild tours 800-567-6745 and tell them you are with the WBCCI Airstream Club.
Email Teresa Taylor with Tour Questions