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Las Vegas to Zion NPS (Springdale) to Escalante to Grand Canyon to Vegas

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We are planning a few days out west in early November. Flying in and out of Las Vegas but don't care if we see it or not.
We arrive on late Friday night.
Leave Wed afternoon.

Our goal is to see Zion park, Escalante Monument, Northern Rim Grand Canyon and, hopefully, Hoover Dam although that may be tricky because the natural way to go would seem to be north from Vegas to Springdale-Zion, etc and then back from Grand Canyon to airport.

Question is what route makes best sense. We're in our late 50's. 4 people.
Where best to stay and for how many days in each place.
I know its condensed but that's all the time we have.

Any thoughts will be appreciated.

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