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Hi, would like some sound advice on the above route.

Will be leaving San francisco on the 2nd of November and was wondering whether we could cut through to Yosemite national park. Would there be any chance of snow and therefore the road not passable?

Dont have to be in the grand canyon (south rim) area until the 4th of November, so will also need to book 2 nights accommodation on route.

Any advice or info would be great.

Was thinking about one night in Yosemite and perhaps one night in Death Valley?

Thanks

G

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