I'm looking for some advice on road tripping in April/May......originally my husband and I had planned to spend 6 weeks starting in mid May travelling around California, Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, Colorado, then head up to Yellowstone and finish up in San Fransico. Obviously, the plan didn't have too much detail yet, but the idea was to visit as many national parks as we could, do some camping and enjoy the outdoors.
However, now due to work commitments, it looks like we will have to bring the whole thing forward a month and start the trip in mid April........so my question is - how much do you think our planned trip will be hampered by the weather by going a month earlier?
I realise some areas will still be inaccessable due to snow, but will it be too cold to camp? Or too rainey to do things outdoors?