I would love a few tips about what shouldn't be missed on my drive (in an RV) from Denver to the Grand Canyon. Our route takes us thru Utah (Moab). We only have a week, & will end the trip with 1 day in Vegas before flying home to NY. I'm thinking we should just do a quick scenic drive thru Moab, then spend 2 days in the South Rim of the Grand Canyon, and try to fit in a sidetrip to Sedona as well as Havasu Falls on the way to Vegas. I know many people suggest seeing GC's North Rim, so....does anyone think its better to make time for that area instead of the 2 day trek to Havasu Falls? Any tips would be appreciated!
Has anyone ever driven an RV on Interstate 70 at night...from the Denver area to Grand Junction, Colorado? We're thinking of starting this trip from Denver to Grnd Junction & then Utah, at midnight. I know we'd be missing the scenery (I've seen parts of it before) but I'm just wondering how difficult it will be in the dark...especially since we've never driven an RV before. (It will be late May, so the weather shouldn't be an issue) Any advice would be greatly appreciated!