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A 7-day trek to areas near Zion

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Hello travelers:

I'm planning a trip with my family, starting and ending at Las Vegas (flying in from the east coast) in late April. We have about 7 full days (not including the day of the flights to and from home) to explore! I was wondering if anyone had any insight on how we should go about this, because after perusing the internet for some time, planning is still quite a doozy for me.
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The real questions:
- Would like to be able to see Zion, Antelope Canyon, GCNP, Bryce (I heard stargazing is nice there..), Sedona (?)
- What would be a good route to take?
- How many days would you suggest staying at each place given the duration of the trip?
- What is the meaning of life?? (jk)

I saw suggestions to drive LV -> Antelope -> Bryce -> Zion -> back to LV, but not sure where GCNP would fit into that. I would greatly appreciate advice from anyone who's familiar with this terrain, it would honestly help a lot. Suggestions? Thoughts? Sorry for the lengthy post, and thanks in advance.

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