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Old 11-15-2019, 10:06 AM   #1
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Moab south with my Dutchstar?

Has anyone gone south of Moab on 191 then 160 & 98 in Arizona to get to Page Arizona? Thanks for the help
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I drove that route last fall. Good road. No issues. Light traffic.
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Did it with my Tiffin gasser towing . No problems nice road
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Of course it is, it's a well traveled route. Moab is a major destination area for the offroad crowd. Lots of rigs bigger than yours use it regularly.

One tip: use Google maps and the Street view to get onto the pavement to see what the road actually looks like.
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i just drove that route yesterday. good road, not much traffic.
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We want to take Hwy. 191 south of Moab to Arizona, then 160 and 98 to get to Page, Arizona, is this a good route with a 40' motorhome? Thanks for your help
Yup - we usually try to catch Mexican Hat - Goosenecks and Canyon de Chelly when we are headed to Page.

Also have Horseshoe just south of Page and the Slot Canyons (Antelope ,upper and lower) Marble Canyon/Lees Ferry - just a beautiful area with roads that you should be able to handle. -

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You won't have any issues on your planned route. We've done it often with our 40' MH.
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Has anyone gone south of Moab on 191 then 160 & 98 in Arizona to get to Page Arizona? Thanks for the help
Thousands - do it!

Better have a reservation.

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