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Old 07-26-2016, 11:16 PM   #1
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Cody WY to Colter Bay

Any advice on which route to take? I would like to take hwy 14 to 191 through Yellowstone. Would this route present any issues with a 40' DP pulling a toad?
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We took that exact route earlier this year. It should not be a problem for you. Just know that the roads in Yellowstone are narrower than the State highway roads with slower speed limits. And make sure you get to the East Entrance of Yellowstone as early as you can because of long entrance lines. Hope this helps.
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It will work ... fuel up before entering the park ... slow down and don't let folks hurry you in the curves. Think ahead about your planned stops in the parks - some of parking lots are snug and you may need to drop your toad to fit and have maneuverability. Be prepared for short-notice stops as folks congregate on the road to see wildlife. Enjoy - its beautiful ...
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It's the best way to go. We've done it multiple times with our 40' MH. Start off early morning to avoid the crowds and a chance to see some wildlife.
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