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| p.1 #4 · Advice on a 2 week trip to 4 National Parks for wildlife/nature photography |
I've been to all four of those parks, with three (Arches, Sequoia, and Yosemite) this past summer. I can't think of any reason why you'd need 4WD. Maybe I just stuck to the main roads, but they got me everywhere I wanted.
I only spent two days at Grand Tetons NP when I was there last, and felt I could have spent one more, but felt like I did see quite a bit. I was there with (extended) family, so I didn't get all the photo ops I wanted. If I was there purely for photo ops, I think two days would have been a good start.
Arches NP was great. I spent 1.5 days there, and could have spent more. I did get a good number of photo ops there.
Canyonlands NP is very near Arches, and very good photo ops. At least drop by.
Sequoia NP was great, but you can see quite a bit of it in two full days. If pressed, I'd cut this down a bit.
Yosemite is big. Bigger than you think. Photo ops everywhere. If you have spare days, plan in here. I didn't spend enough time here at all.
Make sure you buy the All Parks Annual Pass at Tetons, as then you can get into all the parks for one low price.