First post looking for advice
I have wanted to see some major parks out west (glacier, yellowstone, grand tetons) and I have come across an opportunity to do it. My family is planning to spend a week in jackson hole WY. I was originally going to fly to jackson with my family and start my Natl Park trip from there in a jeep wrangler, it turns out it might be three of us and we intend to do a whole lot of camping. If any of you are familiar with two door wranglers they are a bit cramped especially with three people and camping gear. So I thought I could make the drive out there in my bronco(its stretched so there is plenty of room). I would meet my family in jackson and make the drive to jackson with my brother. then after spending a week we would set off. Jackson to GT to YS then glacier then back to Colorado springs to drop off my cousin. I have taken a few trips around 1000 miles but never something like this (5500 miles in total on google maps).
-The total age of the three of us are around 60 so any advice would be great.
-How long would it take with 2 drivers switching(drive, sleep, drive) to get from wash dc to jackson WY?
-How much time would we need to see the three parks and get back to CO springs From jackson?
-Am I crazy for trying this in a 21 year old truck(has proven itself on multiple trips), I do have a good bit of experience working on this thing, so I could fix about anything that would come up, I have been through this truck making it reliable as possible, bearings, balljoints, steering, replaced trannsmission and engine, tips to prep for a trip like this?
-Lemme know what you all think and any advice would be appreciated
SUMMARY: this trip would be a drive from DC to Jackson, stay a week, then set off from jackson to GT,YS,Glacier, CO Springs then finally back to DC.