We want to visit the Grand Tetons, Yellowstone and then head into Colorado to see Rocky Mt. National Park, and south to Durango, Mesa Verde and then to Denver. If we fly from Detroit should we fly to Denver or should we fly to Salt Lake City to begin this trip? Or should we stick to one area as we plan on two weeks of vacation time? We want to spend at least 2 days in National Parks. May or September for best weather and least number of people? All suggestions and ideas are welcomed. Thanks.
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