My wife and I are planning a road trip and just debating on which way to go.We have about 33 days to do a loop of the area we would like to see. I think Im a bit ambitious on my planning.
We want to spend the first day in LA catching up on jet lag and next day drive to Los Vegas on the Saturday and on Monday head of to Death Valley then up to Sequoia NP and then Yosiemite. Mainly just a drive through to Yosemite. Could we go through Mammoth lakes or do we need to go back to fresno to get there.
Just to fill you in on the trip I feel we might be on the road too much.
Redwood National Park
Salt Lake City
LA and home.
I know its a lot of driving and only have 5 weeks but its our only chance to do this.Long driving doesnt worry me too much but I think there is too much to see. Not planning at stopping overnight at each but I love my photography so who knows.
Any help on the first bit would be grateful and advice on rest of trip would be good.Not set in stone, only tickests boked so we are coming.My map shows
Las Vegas to Death Valley 205ks
Death Vallet to Sequoia - Kings Canyon - 538 km
Kings Canyon - Fresno - 86
Fresno - Yosemite - 98 km