Hello everybody, I am looking for some suggestions. First I was thinking of driving from Las Vegas to Sequoia National Park on the 14th of april, driving up to SFO on the 15th living SFO on the 17th to Las Vegas through the Eastern Sierra road 395 which I've read it's spectacular. But read some post that recommend alot more days than what I had in mind.
Now I am thinking of traveling from Las Vegas to Sequoia on the 14th of april spending the 15th in the park and heading out down to Lake Isabella staying somewhere around here that night. The 16th head out towards Red Canyon and up to Mount Whitney, Lone Pine, Big Pine,Mammoth Lake through road 395 stay a night somewhere around here (mamoth lake if possible) and the head down to Las Vegas through Death Valley on the 17th and arriving to Las Vegas on that day. Is this to much???
We are a family of five 35/36/16/5 and 70 years (very active) of age we are not from the states and is our first time in this part of the states. Never seen snow or drove in snow. So I guess you all get the picture of how worried I am. Any type of suggestions will be highly appriciated (great places I should visit, restaurants, hotels, roads to avoid and must due places) thanks in advance to enybody willing to help!!!
No spell check available, english is my second langguage sorry for any errors.
Here is a looong link of Google Maps of the route I'm thinking of taking: