New to the forum and it looks great. Heres what I have. My wife and I have approximately 10 or 11 days at the end of June to early July. We are from Phialdelphia and want to fly out to either Montana or Canada, rent a car and do a driving tour of Yellowstone, Tetons, Glacier and into the Canadian Rockies (eg. Banff). It doesn't matter to us what the beginning or end points will be, as long as we have a decent access to an airport. We are both in our late 30's and enjoy driving long distances with views. We also don't like being tied-down by reservations, so living day by day in motels, lend to our sense of adventure. Some moderate hike thrown into our trips are definately a plus. Basically, we are just looking to be a couple of hobos for that time and go with the flow.
Some of my questions are: Is this amount of time possible or overly ambitious? How hard and expensive is it to rent a car in either the US or Canada and return it to the other? How tough will it be to stay at motels without reservations ? (We are not picky) How are the crowds? Any suggested major airports over others?
Thanks to all in advance. Looking forward to hearing.