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Road trip advice for Las Vegas, Death Valley & Grand Canyon in January

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Hi, my husband and I (both aged 30) are planning on visiting Las Vegas and the surrounding area for one week in mid January. We would fly into Las Vegas and plan to spend 2 days / nights there. We then would have 5 days which we would like to explore some of the surrounding area and were thinking of the Grand Canyon and Death Valley. Thinking Day 1: Drive Vegas to Canyon. Day 2: Explore Canyon Area. Day 3: Driving day from Canyon to Death Valley (7hrs): Day 4: Death Valley. Day 5: Drive DV to Las Vegas (2.5hrs). Would doing both of these be realistic in 5 days?

We appreciate there could be some snow / cold weather around the Grand Canyon but cannot really change the dates, and had disregarded going to Monument Valley etc around that time due to the weather

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