The Great Plains: Nebraska and Kansas –
landscape, ghost towns, and Americana
(June 4 – June 13, 2024)
Take a photographic journey into the vast landscapes of Kansas and Nebraska to photograph the flower-filled prairies, dramatic bluffs, and strange landscapes in the more remote parts of each state. In addition to vistas, we’ll visit some of the abandoned towns from the dust bowl era, crumbling old churches, long-abandoned homesteads, and schoolhouses. Then throw in an occasional thunder storm for a little excitement. Photograph Americana quirkiness for a unique experience on the prairies of the Great Plains.
Join professional travel and nature photographers David Cobb and Adrian Klein on this exclusive photo tour to one of America’s lesser-known regions.
Scott’s Bluff, Carhenge, a variety of ghost towns and abandoned places, Monument Rocks and surrounding badlands, rolling hills, Americana, a possible thunderstorm or two, Prairie landscapes and prairie wildflowers, giant geological concretions, toadstools, farms, barns, and rural life.
Price $4,595 ($5,095 single occupancy)
- Nine nights at medium priced hotels and motels – double room sharing.
- Transportation from Casper, Wyoming to Kansas City, Missouri.
- Supported by Adrian Klein and David Cobb.
- Meals and snacks.
- Health and trip cancellation insurance.
Number of Participants:
6-8 people (Beginner – Advanced)
Van and automobile transportation from Casper, WY to Kansas City, MO
This will be handed out the first day of the tour in Casper, WY.