Me and a friend of mine are planning a 5 day drive from Las Vegas to San Francisco, but I'm having problems trying to fit everything in! So much to see, and as we're coming all the way from the UK I really want to fit as much in as poss!!!
Anyway, we have 5 days, and our plan so far is to leave Las Vegas early on the first day to go to the south rim of the Grand Canyon. Hang around there for a couple of hours before driving up to Page (or possibly as far as Kanab) to stay the night.
Next day drive through Zion National Park before heading back towards Las Vegas (via Valley Of Fire State Park), then on to Death Valley to stay the night (hopefully by sunset!).
Spend the next day exploring Death Valley, staying in Panamint Springs that night.
Fourth day we will drive from Death Valley up the eastern side of the Sierra Nevada to Lake Tahoe, and possibly over the mountains on route 50 if it isn't too late in the evening.
Final day travel to San Francisco with a quick detour through Yosemite National Park.
Basically my question is, is this feasible?? Too much? Or could we squeeze in anything else (Bryce Canyon?)