Hello wonderful knowledgable travelers. Youíve helped out before so I want to pick collective brains again. I want to do a western trip next year, mid May 2021 time frame. I really want to see the Utah Five, or as many parks as possible there but also combine it with visiting family in Los Angelos area (Pasadena) as well as Las Vegas. Does it make sense to fly in and out of Los Vegas so a car rental is the same drop off? Iím thinking of flying in then immediately head to LA to see family, then head off to Utah. No interest in Grand Canyon unless itís the north rim as weíve been to the south rim. We could then head back to Los Vegas and visit the family there before flying home. Does this make sense logistically? Donít have a set time length (hurrah for retirement) so excluding days for family time, how many days would something like this take? Interests in the park is site seeing, not much hiking, probably schedule some day/half day tours. I know thereís a lot here on the Utah parks so will be reading the other threads too. Right now Iím just trying to figure out if this even makes sense to do. My other thought was instead of returning to Vegas, continue on after Utah to Denver to visit family there and fly out from there but then Iím guessing the car rental goes up due to a different drop off as well as the flight is not a round trip, if that makes any difference anymore. Denver could be a totally different time as we do get there more frequently. Thanks.