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RE: Hwy 160 though Colorado

Will be doing the pass! Thanks everyone for the heads up!
Not a Clue 01/29/20 12:01pm Roads and Routes
RE: Hwy 160 though Colorado

piece of cake thanks!
Not a Clue 01/27/20 05:42pm Roads and Routes
Hwy 160 though Colorado

How is hwy 160 from Mesa Versa through Durango? TIA! Sometime in May!
Not a Clue 01/27/20 04:48pm Roads and Routes
RE: Gas station at junction of 75 and 93 in Idaho

Thanks everyone! Used Google maps and gas buddy. Looks like it will work fine, gas is 50cents cheaper than Stanley, which is where we are now.
Not a Clue 06/30/19 11:35am Roads and Routes
Gas station at junction of 75 and 93 in Idaho

Can anyone tell me if there is a gas station at this junction and if I can get in with my RV towing? Thanks!
Not a Clue 06/30/19 09:34am Roads and Routes
RE: Hwy 93 south from Polson MT and Salmon ID.

Thanks all! I think I will be fine. I just came up the coast on the 101 and through Coeur D"Alene with rig in signature.
Not a Clue 06/18/19 09:25am Roads and Routes
Hwy 93 south from Polson MT and Salmon ID.

Later in the week we are headed out of Polson Mt to Salmon ID. on hwy 93. How bad are the climbs on that hwy? I took it many years ago but don't remember any details. Thanks!
Not a Clue 06/17/19 11:51am Roads and Routes
RE: Hwy 2 Washington

All good information about US-2. It's a beautiful drive. The sun is finally burning off the marine layer this morning in Anacortes. We are in Fidalgo Bay RV Resort on the water and it is gorgeous!
Not a Clue 06/01/19 10:09am Roads and Routes
RE: Hwy 2 Washington

Thanks everyone!
Not a Clue 06/01/19 10:07am Roads and Routes
Hwy 2 Washington

We are currently in Fidalgo Bay and heading to Lincoln State Park Washington. GPS has going across on hwy 2, Anybody with any knowledge off that hwy? TIA!
Not a Clue 05/31/19 09:43pm Roads and Routes
RE: Hwy 75 between Salmon ID and Standley ID

Thank you everyone! Looking forward to seeing the area this summer!
Not a Clue 05/06/19 07:56pm Roads and Routes
RE: Hwy 75 between Salmon ID and Standley ID

Here's a blog post that may be of interest. Bottom line: the whole area around Stanley and Ketchum (the Sawtooth Natl Recreation Area) -- would be a national park in any other state. Blog post on the Stanley area And if there is any way you can boondock, this is the place to do it -- lots of sites, amazing views. That's our trailer in the middle of this shot: https://i.imgur.com/xvqp4syl.jpg "border=0" thanks https://i.imgur.com/m3zZPvb.pngClick For Full-Size Image.
Not a Clue 05/06/19 07:55pm Roads and Routes
RE: Hwy 75 between Salmon ID and Standley ID

Go to YouTube - there are multiple videos of Hwy 75 from Clayton to Stanley, Challis to Stanley, etc. At least that gives you an idea of what the highway looks like. thank you
Not a Clue 05/06/19 07:51pm Roads and Routes
RE: Hwy 75 between Salmon ID and Standley ID

We live in the Boise area and drive up there frequently just for a ride or with our FW in two. The road is a good two lane road, rolling, and with some curves, but no huge elevation gains at all between Salmon and Stanley. It's a beautiful scenic road with a lot of campgrounds and some private RV parks. Between Clayton and Stanley is Torrey's RV Park right on the Salmon River. There are 10 full hookup sites on a grassy field. The owners are great and they have Hafling Horses that are just beautiful. We usually go up there over Memorial Day to camp but there have been more and more people there, whereas we prefer fewer. Any other questions, let me know. thanks!
Not a Clue 05/04/19 07:49pm Roads and Routes
Hwy 75 between Salmon ID and Standley ID

Anybody have any first hand info on this road? Elevation and how drivable this road with RV and tow? Thanks
Not a Clue 05/04/19 04:11pm Roads and Routes
RE: Red Bluff to Ancient Redwoods RV park in Recrest

Susanville to Redding then take 299.....a good road...…….truckers use it all the time. About 3 1/2 hours from Redding to 101/ thanks
Not a Clue 04/23/19 08:59pm Roads and Routes
RE: Red Bluff to Ancient Redwoods RV park in Recrest

36 is not a route for an RV... 299 is fine and there is usually construction during the summer as already mentioned. Just be advised that there are 4 mountain passes to get over, all are about 4500 feet, no big deal except the west side of Oregon Mountain which is a steep decent, but go slow and no problem. Be sure to stop at the Straw House in Big Flat for lunch. If your coming up 5 from the south consider 20 at Williams across Lake County then north on 101. Tinbender thanks, we are coming from Susanville.
Not a Clue 04/22/19 03:27pm Roads and Routes
RE: Red Bluff to Ancient Redwoods RV park in Recrest

36 is great on a motorcycle -- not so great for an RV. I would avoid it! 299 is no problem -- the turns are not nearly as tight, lots of turnouts to let the faster vehicles go by. The only issue with 299 is that there are almost always construction delays -- the geology in that area is rather interesting, to say the least, and the mountains are in constant motion. Check the Caltrans website on the day that you are going to take 299 to see where the delays will be. You can't avoid them, but it is nice to know what is going on. thank you!
Not a Clue 04/21/19 05:31pm Roads and Routes
Red Bluff to Ancient Redwoods RV park in Recrest

The most direct route is hwy 36, but I being advised to take a longer route and use hwy 299. Anybody have any actual experience with theses roads? On the maps 299 doesn't look any better. TIA!
Not a Clue 04/21/19 02:47pm Roads and Routes
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