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Old 06-14-2015, 12:16 PM   #29
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I also wondered if we dare go through the East entrance with our 40' diesel pulling a toad to get to the west entrance (Grizzly)??? Or should we head north and go around??
No problem entering from east, in fact nice scenic ride. Cody is a nice little town with lots of history. Did run with 45' & tow.
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I also wondered if we dare go through the East entrance with our 40' diesel pulling a toad to get to the west entrance (Grizzly)??? Or should we head north and go around??
It is doable; inside the gate it is all uphill, with a lot of curves, until you get over the summit (about 4-6% grade) @ 30-35 MPH, with a few turnouts to allow traffic to pass. Regular 2-lane road with no shoulders in many places.
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