We have a tentative itinerary for our mid Sept. trip to CO/Utah. Would you please comment on feasibility or folly of it. D1: Arrive Denver by noon and drive to Montrose and spend the night.D2: See Black Canyon of Gunneson, drive to Telluride then Mesa Verde, spend night at Far View Lodge. D3: See more of Mesa Verde, drive to Canyon de Chully, maybe a sunset or am tour, spend night at Thunderbird Lodge. D4: drive to Monument Valley, sightsee and spend night in Mexican Hat at San Juan Inn. D5,6: Capital Reef area staying at Cowboy Homestead Cabins and Austins Chuckwagon. D7,8,9 staying in Moab to visit Arches and Canyonlands. D10: sightsee and spend night somewhere near Denver for next day flight home. We would like to insert visits to Valley of the Gods, Goblin Valley, Gooseneck, Little Wild Horse Canyon and Dead Horse Point when and if time allows. We are content with just driving the "scenic loops" at the NP and short hikes less then 2-3 hours not necessarily at every stop. We realize most people enjoy spending more time at a few location but we would rather sample a little of everything since we probably won't be able to come back. Thanks for any advise or feedback you can offer.