Welcome to the discussion board, Willy.

Is it doable, positive; is it one of the best plan, most likely not. I perceive that you just really feel that quite a lot of driving just isn’t an issue, however it is a LOT of driving every day to get from level to level and fewer time at every vacation spot. To present you an thought of the driving occasions and distances, check out the next hyperlink:


That is the “Massive Loop from Las Vegas” itinerary that’s posted below the High Questions. On this there may be an excessive amount of data on plans and schedules, issues to do, the place to remain and eat, and many others. and there may be additionally a hyperlink to a map that exhibits the journey occasions and distances between every location. The route within the map goes in the other way then your plan (begins with Zion and finish with Grand Canyon). Level is that you’ll have a rushed trip, IMO, even if you’re not hikers. Whereas some locations will be “seen” in a day (Monument Valley, Bryce Canyon even Grand Canyon for non-hikers), others require a couple of days (Web page, Moab, Zion).

If you’re set on this plan, I do counsel that you just make Bryce Canyon you “fast cease” and spend the evening at Zion. Which means you’ll miss a few of the greatest viewing of Bryce Canyon, particularly dawn, sundown and the evening sky, however it will provide you with an opportunity to raised pattern Zion, which is an even bigger park and takes some time longer to see, even when simply from the shuttle stops.

Truthfully, with the time that you’ve, I might reduce at a couple of locations, and spend a bit extra time exploring fewer areas. Even if you’re not doing any lengthy hikes there are many issues to see and do. With the time that you’ve, a smaller loop from LV would match higher, maybe together with Zion, Bryce Canyon, Web page and the Grand Canyon; maybe you possibly can add Torrey/Capitol Reef and scenic route 12 as effectively. This one can be listed within the High Query “How can I see all of the parks in southern Utah?”

Edited: eight years in the past

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