Journey through the American West with two of the region's most trusted and innovative guides! Seven Directions offers exploratory trips through the region, connecting inquisitive travelers with the natural beauty and diverse cultures that created this unique landscape, and High Country News, through in-depth journalism, informs and inspires people to act on behalf of the West. We invite you to join us on what promises to be an unforgettable experience.
History, conservation and commitment come together as we make our way through some of the West's most iconic scenery and wildlife habitat.
It is our hope that by sharing these experiences, and by giving you the opportunity to engage in direct conversation with people who care passionately about Western wildlife, you, too, will be inspired to strengthen your commitment to conservation and our collective future.
About the Companies
High Country News Travel is a new service from High Country News. Our goal is to offer educational, adventurous, meaningful and transformative travel opportunities. It has always been part of the High Country News mission to "inform and inspire" people, and we want to take that even further by creating journeys that focus on exploration and enjoyment while helping to broaden our clients' perspective on humanity and the environment.
Seven Directions|Cultural and Sustainable Tours has been providing educationally based tours in the American West for over 12 years. All of our journeys are carefully planned to minimize the impact on the environment and the cultural resources we showcase, and to offer an ecotourism experience based on sensitivity and sustainability. With a commitment to flexibility, we pledge excellent customer service and seek to fulfill the expectations of its customers. We facilitate tours that create a truly unique and memorable experience that is also affordable, relaxing and profound in every respect.
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From the first On the Wild Road expedition
Some Wildlife met on the tour, either free or in sanctuaries and preserves.
A heartfelt thank you to all the people who welcomed and guided us with passion and knowledge:
Wild Animal Sanctuary
Rich Noble who guided us in the wild horses Pilot Butte area
Teton Raptor Center
Earthfire Institute Wildlife Sanctuary
Leo Leckie of Yellowstone Wold Tracker
Spirit of the Hills Wildlife Sanctuary
Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary
And to the lovely farms and their animals:
Fruition Farm of Chef Seidel
The Living Farm in Paonia