I need some help figuring out time frame and route. I have had this specific route in my head for some time, it starts in Denver (easy access from Europe),delta Utah doing the loneliest road in America, Fernley, Boise, Glacier National park, Yellowstone park ,Grand Tenton and then back to Denver. Then things started to change, as I will be going late May the going to the sun road will not be open and that I really wanted to do. I am going with another family member and she couldn’t not do more then 8-9 days and that made my whole plan go bust. Was hoping to have 14 days for this trip. Even when I drop going so high up as GNP the time table just looks too hard and that where I need some opinions. I dropped out GNP and made a round trip that had about 2500miles and that’s very doable if you look at the numbers but I feel I am miscalculating this some.
Delta (delta-Fernley loneliest road in amreica ;) )
Boise (idaho city,stanley on the road to butte.. Just small places and different scenery)
West Yellowstone (The Park)
Jackson (The Park)
Denver (Home again)
I am really open for suggestions to redo the whole plan, I need something to do for 8-9 days, love small roads and scenic view, the is possible more to see then I know.
Have done trips before and 500miles each day a couple of days is no problem, but it would be nice to be able to stop along the way and take it all in from time to time.
(Reason for Denver is what I said about easy access from Europe, have done LV and Minneapolis as access point before, so just chose Denver because I never had done that)