I'm going to spend the weekend of Oct 9-11 @ Deals Gap. I thought it would be nice to visit my sister on the way, but she lives in Richmond, BC. My wife thought it would be awesome if she flew out to my sisters to meet me, and we ride 2up south from BC down to San Diego along the Pacific Coast Highway. Then she would fly home from LA and I would carry on my trip over to Deals Gap and come home. Very general outline, but no ferry across Michigan and probably only as far south as LA: Normally I hate riding on the highway, but with this type of trip that slab will be inevitable for long stretches. I can take 4 weeks off work, so I'm shooting for 30 days for this. I figure ~13k miles would be the ideal distance for this trip with some long days here and there to eat up the miles. I'll bring a tent and split time between motels and campgrounds. Right now I'm just connecting the dots of things suggested to get a feel for it. Very rough plan so far for the first leg is something like: Ontario to Vancouver: https://goo.gl/maps/outpXL8JqK8gTCPA9 Part 1 includes: Black Hills (Iron Mountain, Needles) to Devils Tower to Bighorn 14A to Beartooth Pass to Chief Joseph to Yellowstone National Park to Glacier National Park, then head north back in Canada and up to Banff to Jasper to Prince George via the Icefields Parkway, down BC 97 through Whistler to Vancouver. Any must ride twisty or mountain roads along the way without detouring too far off the general route? What amazing roads with big nature in all it's glory would you suggest I consider riding through? All suggestions welcome - - the art of trip planning is making it all work based on my interests and limitations. Hoping that by October we have the all clear to ride like this again. Thanks!