Kbecjeans and I came up with this idea a few days ago. There are a lot of posts on the UT forums about trying to see as much as possible in a given amount of time and the best route to take. Having some examples available should help the travelers to make better plans. So, this is the first is what is planned to be a series of example itineraries including maps. The idea is to provide some ideas to travelers and to help with your trip planning.
The first trip is a round-trip loop starting in Las Vegas and taking in Zion, Bryce Canyon, Page, and the south rim of the Grand Canyon. The map for this trip is found at the following link:
The trip can also be done in the reverse order.
The duration of the trip can vary from a minimum of one night at each destination, but is probably best served with a week to 10 days (2-3 nights each at Zion and Page, at least one night at each Bryce Canyon and Grand Canyon).
Hopefully, the combination of the trip report archives (sticky at the top of the Utah forum) and these maps will be a good tool for planning your trip to the parks of southern UT and Northern AZ.