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Help with itinerary for Zion, Bryce, and GC trip

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We have checked some of the older posts on the similar topic, but still have some questions, and will appreciate any advice/help with itinerary.

We are planning 8 days trip in late May to explore parks, do hiking, and sightseeing in all parks mentioned above, and may be include some more if feasible.

Our initial plan was to fly to LV, get the car, and drive to Bryce and Zion to spend 3-4 days there, then go to the GC North Rim, and do some day hike(s) there. Then drive to Flagstaff, and visit Sedona from there, and fly back from Flagstaff.

Do you think we're being too ambitious and trying to get too much done in 1 trip? Would it make more sense to do Bryce, Zion, and GC only, and fly to/from LV instead? Any recommendations for any side trips, good hikes will be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

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