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English family wanting to do an RV trip through Arizona and Colorado

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Hi. I want to plan an RV trip through Arizona and Colorado. There are so many wonderful places to visit I just can't decide. I want a tool or book or something that gives suggested routes that go through wonderful mountain landscapes, canyons, rivers etc..

I have done two RV trips from Phoenix to Toombstone and then up to the Grand Canyon, via Sedona and then onto Vegas - this was years ago and was with a boyfriend who knew the area.

Can anyone suggest any routes, books or tools that I can plug in places I want to visit, such as the gorgeous national parks or suggest gorgeous places to visit and a route to take?

I would be coming over for 14 nights. I have stayed in a number of national parks and they were fantastic - so would be really interested in these as well.

Thank you in advance


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