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Grand Adventure #1

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Incredible journey through some of the best parks and natural areas in western United States.

  • Reviews 3 Reviews
    5/5
  • Vacation Style Holiday Type
    Auto Touring, Camping, Children, Desert, Guided Tours, Hiking, History, Lodging, Nature & Wildlife Viewing, Photography, Picnicking, Stargazing, Swimming
  • Activity Level Moderate
    3/8
All about the Grand Adventure #1.

Dear adventure seeker.

In front of you, is an itinerary for an unforgettable trip through some of the most beautiful parts of United States of America. Grand Adventure itineraries are one month long trips, perfect for first timers in this part of the world. They are intended for students and retirees, people who can afford to take one-month long trip. These itineraries are not very detailed, as they are focused on covering a lot of territory in a relatively short period of time. But do not worry. The pace is not too fast and of course, you can always adjust it to your own wishes. In the end, these are only suggestions.

This itinerary starts in Los Angeles, CA and covers these states:

  • Arizona
  • California
  • Idaho
  • Montana (only a few miles but you should get maps)
  • Nevada
  • Utah
  • Wyoming

Major cities along the way are:

  • Las Vegas, NV
  • Salt Lake City, UT
  • Reno, NV
  • San Francisco, CA

You can easily start the trip in any of these cities. The starting point is usually determined with the best possible airplane fare and all of these cities have major international airports.

The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
  1. Day 1 Adventure Begins

    After arriving at the airport and getting through customs, pick up your rental and drive to your motel. Get some rest. You will need it. You could also make your first trip to the store and stock up on water, food and everything else you will need. This way you won’t waste time with shopping the next day.

     

    Locations:

    • Los Angeles, CA
  2. Day 2 Heat of Death Valley

    421 miles (677 km) – about 10 hours of driving time

    Start: Los Angeles, CA

    End: Pahrump, NV

    From Los Angeles follow the I-5 and take exit 162 onto CA-14. After 122 miles (196 km) and approximately 2 hours, you will reach Red Rock Canyon State Park.

    This park protects spectacular area of badlands with rock formations, buttes, cliffs and ravines. You can make a quick stop and take some pictures or you can take a short hike (Red Cliffs Loop Trail – 1 mile; 30 minutes or Hagen Canyon Loop Trail – 1.2 mile; 30 minutes). Visitor Center is open only in spring.

     

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    Locations:

    • Red Rock Canyon State Park
    • Death Valley National Park
    • Pahrump, NV
  3. Day 3 Oases in the Desert

    150 miles (241 km) – 4 hours of driving time

    Start: Pahrump, NV

    End: Las Vegas, NV

    You can start day 3 of your trip a bit later as it will not be as jam packed as day 2. Treat yourself with a nice breakfast and depart from Pahrump at 9 am. Follow NV-160 for 41.5 miles (67 km), turn left onto NV-159 and follow it to Spring Mountain Ranch State Park.

    Spring Mountain Ranch was the first working ranch in Las Vegas Valley. Here you will see a collection of ranch buildings from 19th and 20th century, with the beautiful backdrop of the Spring Mountains.

     

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    Locations:

    • Spring Mountain Ranch State Park
    • Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area
    • Hoover Dam
    • Las Vegas, NV
  4. Day 4 Fire & Water

    240 miles (386 km) – 5 hours 30 minutes of driving time

    Start: Las Vegas, NV

    End: Zion Canyon, UT

    Since you are leaving cities and even big towns for a while you should start the day with a good breakfast and shopping for supplies. If you can, try to leave Las Vegas by 9 am. Follow I-15 out of the city for approximately 34 miles (55 km) and take exit 75 towards Valley of Fire State Park, which you will reach in another 15 miles (24 km).

    Valley of Fire is an incredibly beautiful area of bright red Aztec sandstone outcrops, nestled in tan and grey limestone, eroded into striking formations. Once you reach the entrance station, pay the fee if the station is manned or fill out the form and put it, together with your money, in a drop box. From the entrance station continue driving towards the Visitor Center where you can make a quick, informative stop.

     

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    Locations:

    • Valley of Fire State Park
    • Zion National Park
  5. Day 5 Utah's Greatest Wonder

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    Start: Zion National Park, UT

    End: Zion National Park, UT

    Zion Canyon is an incredibly beautiful place with countless things to do, meaning you should start the day early. Breakfast at 6 am and out the door by 7 am will be a great start. Pack some food for a lunch picnic, good footwear and a change of clothes for The Narrows hike. You should know that between April and October, visitors are not allowed to drive in the canyon itself and can only get around by hiking or by riding the free shuttles. If you spent the night within the park you will only use the Zion Canyon Shuttle that runs between Zion Canyon Visitor Center and Temple of the Sinawava. If you spent the night in Springdale, the Springdale Shuttle will pick you up at one of the stops in town and bring you to the park entrance. There you simply cross over the Pedestrian Entrance and walk to the Visitor Center which is about 0.3 mile (0.5 km) away.

     

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    Locations:

    • Zion National Park
  6. Day 6 A Natural Wonder - North

    184.5 miles (297 km) – 6 hours of driving time

    Start: Zion Canyon, UT

    End: North Rim of the Grand Canyon, AZ

    Today you will be leaving Zion Canyon National Park through its eastern part which will surprise you with yet another version of incredible landscape and geology. From the southern entrance station continue on UT-9 towards Canyon Junction and start climbing on Zion – Mt. Carmel Highway (a section of UT-9). This magnificently scenic road takes you from the bottom of the canyon to higher elevations of the Upper East Canyon. After a series of switchbacks, with incredible views, you will arrive at two tunnels which were dug in 1920s. Because the tunnels were built such a long time ago, they have to be closed and tuned into a one-way road if a big RV or other oversized vehicle wants to drive through. This means that occasionally a jam forms at either side of the tunnels.

     

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    Locations:

    • Zion National Park
    • Coral Pink Sand Dunes
    • North Rim of the Grand Canyon
  7. Day 7 Navajo Nation

    169 miles (272 km) – 4 hours 20 minutes of driving time

    Start: North Rim of the Grand Canyon, AZ

    End: Page, AZ

    Being at the Grand Canyon, you should wake up early and catch the sunrise. Sadly, this means getting up before 5 am. Head out to Bright Angel Point and wait for the sun to illuminate the canyon. Be sure to bring long trousers and a light jacket, even if you are visiting in summer. You should also bring a flashlight as you will be walking in the dark and although the Bright Angel Point Trail is paved, it is narrow with a few unguarded drop-offs.

    After the sunrise get some breakfast at the lodge and depart from the area at 8 am. Drive back to Jacob Lake and turn right onto US-89A. After 13 miles (21 km) you will reach Vermilion Cliffs. For the next 28 miles (45 km) you will be driving parallel with this beautiful reddish or vermilion-colored cliffs before turning left onto Lee’s Ferry Road.

     

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    Locations:

    • Vermilion Cliffs National Monument
    • Lee’s Ferry
    • Navajo Bridge
    • Horseshoe Bend
    • Antelope Canyons
    • Page, AZ
  8. Day 8 A Natural Wonder - South

    140 miles (225 km) – 3 hours of driving time

    Start: Page, AZ

    End: South Rim of the Grand Canyon, AZ

    You can start day eight of your journey a bit later than usual. Have some relaxed breakfast in Page and leave the town by 10 am. Travel south on US-89 for 82 miles (132 km) before turning right onto AZ-64 towards the South Rim of the Grand Canyon. After 30.5 miles (49 km) you will reach the eastern entrance station of the national park. The road between the entrance and Grand Canyon Village follows the rim for 25 miles (40 km) and is named Desert View Drive. On this scenic route you will stop at the remains of a small ancestral Puebloan village and six developed canyon viewpoints, the first being the Desert View only half a mile (0.8 km) from the entrance station.

     

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    Locations:

    • South Rim of the Grand Canyon
  9. Day 9 Hiking the Canyon

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    Start: South Rim of the Grand Canyon, AZ

    End: South Rim of the Grand Canyon, AZ

    On day 9 you will be hiking into Grand Canyon on the classic Bright Angel Trail. The trailhead is located just west of Bright Angel Lodge and offers day hikes that range in distance up to 12 miles (19.5 km) round-trip and end at Plateau Point. This is a well maintained trail with regular drinking water and covered rest-houses and is without a question the safest trail in Grand Canyon National Park. There are also two ranger stations located along the trail, one at the trail’s halfway point at Indian Garden and the other at the bottom of the canyon at Bright Angel campground (you will not hike to the bottom).

     

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    Locations:

    • South Rim of the Grand Canyon
  10. Day 10 Indian Heritage

    292.5 miles (469.5 km) – 6 hours 30 minutes of driving time

    Start: South Rim of the Grand Canyon, AZ

    End: Monument Valley, AZ & UT

    Since this is the day you will depart Grand Canyon, you should get up early and catch the sunrise. The best way to experience sunrise at the South Rim is almost anywhere on the Rim Trail. Simply walk on the trail until you get away from the crowds, sit down, relax and wait for the beautiful show of colors on the canyon walls.

    After sunrise get some breakfast and leave the Grand Canyon National Park via the Desert View Drive (the same way you entered it). Once you reach US-89 turn right and follow it for 20.5 miles (33 km). Turn left onto County Road 395 aka Loop Road. This 34-mile (54.5 km) scenic loop road through open meadows, beautiful ponderosa pine trees and juniper grasslands passes Wupatki and Sunset Crater Volcano National Monuments and offers beautiful views of the Painted Desert and the open red rock landscape of the Wupatki Basin.

     

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    Locations:

    • Wupatki National Monument
    • Sunset Crater National Monument
    • Moenkopi Dinosaur Tracks
    • Navajo National Monument
    • Monument Valley
  11. Day 11 Natural Forces

    139.5 miles (224 km) – 6.5 hours driving time

    Start: Monument Valley, AZ & UT

    End: Blanding, UT

    The Valley Drive opens at 6 am. Start as soon as it opens and complete the whole drive. It should take you right around 3 hours together with the stops.

    Once you get back to US-163 drive northeast toward Mexican Hat (this is a stretch of road where Forrest Gump decided to stop running) where you can make a quick stop to view the aptly named Mexican Hat Rock Formation (it is located about half a mile (0.8) east of US-163). A mile and a half (2.5 km) past the formation turn left onto UT-261, follow it for a mile (1.5 km) and turn left onto UT-316. This short road ends after 3.5 miles (5.5 km) at the Gooseneck’s State Park.

     

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    Locations:

    • Monument Valley
    • Gooseneck’s State Park
    • Valley of the Gods
    • Natural Bridges National Monument
    • Blanding, UT
  12. Day 12 Arches

    129 miles (208 km) – 3 hours and 30 minutes of driving time

    Start: Blanding, UT

    End: Moab, UT

    Start day 12 with a quick breakfast and leave Blanding by 8 am. Drive north on US-191 for 80 miles (129 km) until you reach Arches National Park (on your right), 3 miles (5 km) past Moab.

     

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    Locations:

    • Arches National Park
    • Moab, UT
  13. Day 13 Canyon Country

    148 miles (238.5 km) – 3 hours 35 minutes of driving time

    Start: Moab, UT

    End: Green River, UT

    Leave Moab by 8 am and drive north on US-191 for 11 miles (18 km). Turn left onto UT-313 and follow it for 30 miles (48 km) (after 25.5 miles (41 km) continue straight on Island in the Sky Road) to Island in the Sky District of Canyonlands National Park.

     

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    Locations:

    • Island in the Sky Section of Canyonlands National Park
    • Dead Horse Point State Park
    • Green River, UT
  14. Day 14 Rock Formations

    138.5 miles (222.5 km) – 4 hours 15 minutes of driving time

    Start: Green River, UT

    End: Torrey, UT

    Wake up early and leave Green River by 7 am. Drive west on I-70, take exit 149 onto UT-24 and follow it for 24 miles (38.5 km). Turn right onto Temple Mt Road and after 5 miles (8 km) turn left onto Goblin Valley Road. Follow it for 6.5 miles (10.5 km) to the entrance station of Goblin Valley State Park. This strange and colorful valley, which is unlike any other in Utah features a landscape, covered with sandstone goblins and formations and is often compared to Mars.

     

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    Locations:

    • Goblin Valley State Park
    • Capitol Reef National Park
    • Torrey, UT
  15. Day 15 Incredible Journey

    158.5 miles 254.5 (km) – 5 hours of driving time

    Start: Torrey, UT

    End: Bryce, UT

    On day 15 you will be traveling down one of the most scenic roads in the world. The famous Utah Highway 12 spans 124 miles (200 km) between Torrey to the north and US-89 to the south and travels through the heart of the American West. This exceptional route negotiates an isolated landscape of canyons, plateaus, and valleys ranging from 4,000 to 9,000 feet (1,220 to 2,740 m) above sea level.

     

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    Locations:

    • Scenic Utah Route 12
    • Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument
    • Kodachrome Basin State Park
    • Bryce Canyon National Park
  16. Day 16 Beautiful Transfer

    470.5 miles (757.5 km) – 10 hours 15 minutes of driving time

    Start: Bryce, UT

    End: Lava Hot Springs, ID

    ince you arrived at Bryce Canyon National Park late the day before, you will start day 16 with touring and easy hiking at Bryce Canyon. From Bryce drive down UT-63 for 19.5 miles (31.5 km) to its end at Rainbow Point. This way all the overlooks will be on your right on your way back.

     

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    Locations:

    • Bryce Canyon National Park
    • Scenic Nebo Loop Road
    • Lava Hot Springs, ID
  17. Day 17 Mountains and a Super Volcano

    234.5 miles (377 km) – 6 hours of driving time

    Start: Lava Hot Springs, ID

    End: Old Faithful Area of Yellowstone National Park, WY

    Drive east on US-30 for 22 miles (35.5 km) and turn left onto ID-34. Follow it to the Idaho Wyoming state border which is 55.5 miles (89 km) down the road. Once at the border turn right onto State Line Road (road is the border) and take the first left onto WY-239. After a mile and a half (2.5 km) turn left onto US-89 which will bring you to Grand Teton National Park.

     

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    Locations:

    • Grand Teton National Park
    • Yellowstone National Park
  18. Day 18 Underground Forces

    106.5 miles (171 km) – 3 hours 50 minutes of driving time

    Start: Old Faithful Area of Yellowstone National Park, WY

    End: Tower Junction, WY

    Today you will be exploring Norris Basin and Canyon areas of the park and end the day with wildlife viewing in Lamar Valley.

    Leave Upper Geyser Basin Area by 8 am and drive north on Grand Loop Road for 2 miles (3 km) before turning left onto a parking area at Biscuit Basin. This basin contains a small number of thermal features many of them being small, gem-like encrusted pools and geysers. Short (0.7 mi (1.1 km); 30 minutes) loop trail allows you to explore it.

     

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    Locations:

    • Yellowstone National Park
  19. Day 19 Hot Springs & Waterfalls

    187 miles (300 km) – 5 hours of driving time

    Start: Tower Junction, WY

    End: Idaho Falls, ID

    Start your last day in Yellowstone by departing Tower Junction by 8 am. Drive west on Grand Loop Road and after 1.5 miles (2.5 km) turn left onto a short unnamed road. At the end of the road you will find a trailhead for a short (0.2 mi (0.3 km) round-trip; 10 minutes) trail that will take you to a Petrified Tree. While this is not a particularly spectacular sight, it is worth the 15 minutes it will take from your day.

     

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    Locations:

    • Yellowstone National Park
    • Mesa Falls
    • Idaho Falls, ID
  20. Day 20 Transfer Day

    649 miles (1,044 km) – 11 hours 15 minutes of driving time

    Start: Idaho Falls, ID

    End: Carson City, NV

    Day 20 will mostly be spent in your car on the way from Idaho Falls to Carson City, Nevada. Travel south on I-15 for 47.5 miles (76.5 km) and take exit 72 for I-86. After 63.5 miles (102 km) continue straight on I-84 which will bring you to the city of Twin Falls. Take exit 182 and turn left onto ID-50. After a little under a mile and half (2.5 km) turn right onto E 9000 N, follow it for 5 miles (8 km) and turn right onto Champlin Road. After 2 miles (3 km) you will reach a “Y” intersection where you will bear right. In half a mile (0.8 km) you will reach another “Y” intersection where you will bear left. Drive to the parking lot at the end of the Champlin Road. You reached Shoshone Falls Park where a short walk will offer you beautiful views of the 212 feet (65 m) high and 1,000 feet (305 m) wide Shoshone Falls.

     

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    Locations:

    • Shoshone Falls
    • Elko, NV
    • Carson City, NV
  21. Day 21 Ghosts & Sierra Nevada

    314.5 miles (506.5 km) – 8 hours 15 minutes of driving time

    Start: Carson City, NV

    End: Yosemite Valley, CA

    You will have to start day 21 early, as you will have quite a lot of driving and quite a lot of hiking and touring to do. Leave Carson City by 5 am and travel south on US-395. In 37.5 miles (60 km) you will enter California, where you will stay until the end of your trip. After driving 127 miles (204 km) on US-395 turn right onto Mammoth Scenic Loop and follow it to a “T” junction 6 miles (9.5 km) down the road. Turn right onto CA-203 and follow it for 3 miles (5 km) to the Mammoth Mountain Adventure Center. Park at a big parking lot on the right hand side of the road and walk to the Adventure Center where you will buy the mandatory shuttle tickets. Try to arrive a little before 8 am as the shuttle usually leaves at 8:15 am (if you miss it you will have to wait an hour).

     

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    Locations:

    • Devil’s Postpile National Monument
    • Mono Lake
    • Bodie State Historic Park
    • Yosemite National Park
  22. Day 22 Valley of Waterfalls

    61.5 miles (99 km) – 2 hours 35 minutes of driving time

    Start: Yosemite Valley, CA

    End: Yosemite Valley, CA

    You will spend most of day 22 hiking at Yosemite Valley and won’t need your car until the late afternoon. The free Yosemite Valley shuttle system will provide you with convenient access all around the valley. Start the day by taking the shuttle to stop 7 at Yosemite Falls Parking/Camp 4. Try to be there by 8 am.

    Here you will start the hike on one of Yosemite’s oldest historic trails (built 1873 to 1877), the Yosemite Falls Trail, that leads to the top of North America’s tallest waterfall, which rises 2,425 feet (739 m) above the Valley floor.

     

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    Locations:

    • Yosemite National Park
  23. Day 23 Back to Civilization

    231 miles (372 km) – 6 hours of driving time

    Start: Yosemite Village, CA

    End: San Francisco, CA

    Day 22 was very strenuous so you can start day 23 a bit later. Have some breakfast at 9 am and try to be at the Bridalveil Fall Trailhead by 10 am. Drive out of the valley on Northside Drive. Turn left on Pohono Bridge and after a mile (1.5 km) turn right onto Wawona Road. Immediately after you reach Wawona Road turn left onto a parking lot and you will reach the trailhead.

     

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    Locations:

    • Yosemite National Park
    • San Francisco, CA
  24. Day 24 The Golden City

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    Start: San Francisco, CA

    End: San Francisco, CA

    Get up early, have some breakfast and use cable cars (and/or other means of transport, depending on the location of your overnight accommodation) to get to Fisherman’s Wharf district. Your first destination is Pier 33 Alcatraz Landing from where you will embark on a tour of the infamous Alcatraz prison. Cable cars don’t stop at Pier 33 so you will have to either walk (6 or 11 blocks) or transfer to a historic street car which does provide direct access to Pier 33.

     

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    Locations:

    • San Francisco, CA
  25. Day 25 Pacific Coast

    254.5 miles (409 km) – 7 hours 15 minutes of driving time

    Start: San Francisco, CA

    End: Paso Robles, CA

    Day 25 will be all about California Highway 1 (CA-1). This famous coastal road runs along most of the Pacific coastline of the state of California. You will drive a section between San Francisco and Cambria which includes its most beautiful part, Big Sur.

     

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    Locations:

    • Pigeon Point Lighthouse State Historic Park
    • Wilder Ranch State Park
    • Carmel-by-the-Sea
    • Big Sur
    • Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park
    • Limekiln State Park
    • Paso Robles, CA
  26. Day 26 Land of Giants

    170.5 miles (274.5 km) – 4 hours 15 minutes of driving time

    Start: Paso Robles, CA

    End: Grant Grove Village, CA

    Start the day early, have some breakfast and try to leave Paso Robles by 8 am as you have a bit of a drive in front of you before you’ll reach your destination for the next two nights.

    From the city drive east on CA-46 and after 23.5 miles (37.5 km) turn left onto CA-41. Follow it for 84 miles (135 km) to the center of Fresno and turn right onto CA-180. This road will, after 51.5 miles (83 km), bring you into Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Park, through its Big Stump entrance.

     

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    Locations:

    • Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Park
  27. Day 27 The Biggest Tree in the World

    26.5 miles (42.5 km) – 1 hour of driving time

    Start: Grant Grove Village, CA

    End: Lodgepole Village, CA

    You will spend day 27 in a different area of the park as the day before. From Grant Grove Village drive south on CA-180 for 1.5 miles (2.5 km) and turn left onto CA-198 aka Generals Highway. Follow this beautiful, windy mountain road for 24.5 miles (39.5 km) and turn left onto Lodgepole Road. Park at a big parking area at the Lodgepole Village and leave your car here for the rest of the day.

     

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    Locations:

    • Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Park
  28. Day 28 Quintessential Southern Cali

    227 miles (365 km) – 6 hours of driving time

    Start: Lodgepole Village, CA

    End: Santa Monica, CA

    Your grand adventure is slowly coming to an end, as you depart the Sierra Nevada Mountains for the southern California coast, in the early morning of day 28. From Lodgepole Village drive south on CA-198 towards Ash Mountain Entrance, making quick stops at viewpoints (Generals Highway Lookout, Amphitheater Point Viewpoint, etc.) and road side attractions such as Tunnel Rock.

     

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    Locations:

    • Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Park
    • Santa Monica, CA
  29. Day 29 Back in the Desert

    394.5 miles (634.5 km) – 8 hours 15 minutes of driving time

    Start: Santa Monica, CA

    End: Los Angeles, CA

    On the penultimate day of your adventure you will make the first and only day trip. Get up very early and start driving east on I-10. After 15.5 miles (25 km) keep right at a fork and continue on CA-60. After 75.5 miles (121.5 km) merge back onto I-10 and continue driving east for 22 miles (35.5 km). Take exit 117 onto CA-62 and drive north for 18.5 miles (30 km) to Yucca Valley. Make a right onto Kickapoo Trail and after 0.3 mile (0.5 km) a left onto Onaga Trail. Follow it for 2.5 miles (4 km) and turn right onto Joshua Lane. A little under 4 miles (6.5 km) down the road turn right onto San Marino Drive/Black Rock Canyon Road and after 0.3 mile (0.5 km), just before the Black Rock Campground, turn right onto an unpaved road and park at the end of it.

     

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    Locations:

    • Joshua Tree National Park
    • Coachella Valley Preserve
    • Los Angeles, CA
  30. Day 30 Glitz & Glamour

    17 + miles (27.5+ km) – 1 hours 15 minutes + of driving time

    Start: Los Angeles, CA

    End: LAX, CA

    The final day of your trip has arrived. Since you are flying from LAX and you already experienced a quintessential Southern California beach life, you should spend the last hours of your adventure in Hollywood. Infamous Los Angeles traffic can make your last day a bit miserable but that can be avoided if you stay of the freeways.

     

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    Locations:

    • Los Angeles, CA
Day 12

Delicate Arch - Arches National Park

Day 18

Artist Point - Yellowstone National Park

Day 5

Zion Canyon - Zion National Park

Day 22

Yosemite Valley - Yosemite National Park

Day 16

Wall Street - Bryce Canyon National Park

Day 25

Bixby Creek Bridge - Big Sur

Comfort or Freedom

Do you prefer comfort or freedom? Whatever your preferences are, you will have almost unlimited choices. Countless hotels, motels, guesthouses, B&B’s, condos, resorts and campgrounds are scattered throughout the States.

Overall Rating
5/5
Maya
Reviewed On 10/12/2018
5/5

Finally. I've been looking for something like this for the last month. I really hate planning my trips and this itinerary will be perfect for me and my boyfriend. Thank you Grand Adventure USA!!!

Josseline
Reviewed On 07/11/2018
5/5

I am visiting the States for 28 days the next June and I will definitely be following this plan, with just a few adjustments, since I'll be there for only 28 days. Great work. Josseline

Chloe Redding
Reviewed On 22/10/2018
5/5

Hi there. I would like to thank you for this awesome itinerary. We were a group of four Kiwi girls, who visited the States in September. We followed this itinerary and I must say it was almost perfect. We skipped some hikes as not everyone in our group was able to hike some of the more difficult trails covered in the itinerary (like Angel's Landing) but all in all we visited practically every location mentioned in the itinerary and were extremely happy with our trip. It truly was an experience of a lifetime <3<3<3

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