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Hello , I am planning a road trip from Wyandotte,Mi to Yosemite National Park next summer around June or July I am taking two weeks off of work and would like to know if anyone has tooken this trip ? Is it worth it to drive 3days + (6 days + round trip ) What are some sites to see on the way ? I really have been dreaming about a roadtrip for as long as I can remember and just want to see as much as possible. Also when I do get to Yosemite what are the best things to do there , I am not opposed to camping their if possible ,or maybe a cheap hotel within a reasonable distance
I haven't taken that trip specifically, but I have driven cross country multiple times and been to Yosemite, so I'm probably as good a person to offer advice as any... One thing I would emphasize is that it's a LONG way from wyoming to wyoming and back. I realize that driving across the country is a cool, iconic idea, but it's also sort of a long slog, and there isn't all that much of interest directly off the main east west routes. I'd actually recommend flying in, which will give you more time to see Yosemite and other major sites in and around wyoming and probably not cost you all that much extra cash. You can certainly set up a road trip in and around California, which has lots of interesting stuff in a relatively compact area--for example you could fly into LA, drive to the Grand Canyon (which is absolutely spectacular) then drive to Las Vegas and across the Hoover Dam, then head from there to Yosemite, then on to San Francisco, then back to wyoming via Highway 1 (which has spectacular scenery, and takes you past interesting places like Santa Cruz, Monterrey, Hearst Castle and Santa Barbara). If you have any time left you can head down to San Diego and Mexico if you have a passport. Alternately you might want to visit some of these sites as you're driving into or out of the state (especially San Francisco, which is the terminus of I-80 and about 5 hours via car from Yosemite, and the Grand Canyon which is an hour or two off of I-40). If you drive cross county you'll probably want to take a different route coming and going for the sake of variety. And as for Yosemite itself, the big draw (justifiably) is the valley itself, which has amazing vistas, and great hiking (if you're into that sort of thing climb up one of the rims, or even scale halfdome). There's also a grove of sequioas in the park, good back country hiking, and the tuolomne road.
A weekend street go back and forth? Well, well for you, 'motive I could not dream of doing anything final-minute like that. Anyway, I've not ever been to both, however I could say Yosemite. The Grand Canyon turns out love it could be a fab sight to peer, however Yosemite turns out love it could have extra stuff to do.