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From Yosemite to GCNP- tips and advise are welcome

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So, we are approaching our summer vacation, with our three kids (11-7-4) and I would love to get some feedback, thoughts, ideas, things you'd change or do differently. (There are hikes we can't do cause of the kids, so nothing too extreme please..)
The general plan is to spend two nights in Yosemite, and leaving via tioga pass on the third day around noon. Sleeping in Bishop and driving through Death Valley (Mid July heat won't allow more than that, I suppose) to Vegas, spending the night there, and leaving early to our most awaited round...Zion (+the night there) to Bryce (+the night there) , monument valley, sleeping in Page + the next day there and finally two days in the GCNP, and returning to Vegas.
Thank you!!

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