We are three males in our early twenties landing in Denver on August 24th and then collecting our rental Dodge Charger and planning to drive 3300 miles in 16 days. I'm not expecting this to be too much to digest in that time period.
The route we have planned will take us from Denver to a night in Moab via Arches N.P.
Then through Bryce Canyon N.P onto Las Vegas
Las Vegas via Hoover Dam then onto Flagstaff (Gutted I didn't plan Havasupai in time)
Flagstaff to Grand Canyon and then continuing on to a night in Phoenix.
Phoenix through Joshua Tree N.P, Barstow and then a nights stay somewhere (maybe Shoshone???)
Shoshone through Death Valley, up to Bodie and then stay a night in Lee Vining
Lee Vining through Tioga Pass, Yosemite, Fresno and a nights stay in Bakersfield
Bakersfield down to Orange County to hook up with some friends.
And then north through Highway One eventually arriving in San Fran to fly home on September 9th.
We have accomodation sorted up to Flagstaff in Hostels. We haven't really found anything further but are just planning to get Motels when we arrive. Camping may be an option but we won't be taking kit with us.
Does anybody out there feel that we are missing out on a part of this route and any general advice for us?
There is only myself and one other who are allocated drivers due to the surcharge under 25s have to pay.
I can't wait for this!