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Vegas to Santa Fe via Zion/Monument Valley/Grand Canyon

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hello,
wondering what the experts here have to say about this sketch of an itinerary... planning a road trip the week before thanksgiving... but i'm not sure about the timing... am i squeezing too much or dragging it out too long? i greatly appreciate any and all insight! thank you...

start early am from vegas
day of driving through valley of fire and zion park
arrive before sundown to amangiri resort
overnight amangiri
day exploring area (antelope canyon and glen canyon etc)
overnight amangiri
leave early to drive through monument valley
overnight nearby, maybe gouldings lodge
leave early to drive to grand canyon, explore
overnight halfway to santa fe
drive to santa fe

thank you!

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