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Looking for the best itinerary for trip start/end Salt Lake City and visiting Zion, Bryce and Arches NPs over a 10 day period in early June.
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Arches National Park, Bryce Canyon National Park, Zion National Park, Utah, Auto/Motorcycle, Touring
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The entries on our website can provide with you information about the parks and their hours and opportunities:

http://www.ohranger.com/zion 

http://www.ohranger.com/bryce-canyon

http://www.ohranger.com/arches

In addition, there are links to the park's official sites. If you're looking to camp/RV, campgrounds.com can be a good resource to find sites in certain areas. 

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Raine
We have just visited Yosemite. The only answer we cannot find is how long is the tunnel ??
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Yosemite National Park, California, Auto/Motorcycle, Touring
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The Wawona tunnel is 4,233 feet long, making it the longest highway tunnel in the state of California.

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Which end of Glacier National Park's Going to the Sun road is better to start from, the west side or east side?
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Glacier National Park, Montana, Auto/Motorcycle, Touring
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Since the views are spectacular from both directions, we're going to base our answer on what awaits you after your trip!

We recommend starting your trip on the western side of Glacier National Park. Grab breakfast and spend some time exploring the beautiful town of Whitefish, MT before heading into the park.

During your drive through the park, check out Lake McDonald Lodge and the stops along the western side of the Going to the Sun Road. When you reach Logan Pass, look for mountain goats at pulloffs and make sure to hike out on the Hidden Lake Nature Trail behind the visitor center. Totally worth the climb, even if it seems crowded!

Finish your day on the eastern side of the park on the back porch of Many Glacier Hotel, where you can enjoy the sunset and dine overlooking the lake, with the mountains beyond.

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