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Old 08-03-2014, 02:10 PM   #1
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Cross CT River Orford NH to Fairlee VT

I'll be travelling in my MH (36', 22K GVW, 12.5' high) & toad from Ossipee, NH to Stowe, VT. I could take NH Rt 25 to 25A and cross the Connecticut River at Orford, NH into Fairlee, VT and then head north on I-91 to Bradford, VT. From Bradford I would take VT Rt 25 towards Montpelier. Another option is to take Rt 25C and cross at Piermont, NH into Bradford.

My Garmin GPS on RV or truck mode routs me up to Conway, NH, then to Bartlett on Rt 302, up to St. Johnsbury, VT and then US 2 to Montpelier. Besides being 30 miles further, it also takes me through the White Mountains, which I'd rather not do.

Can anyone think of a reason why the RT 25 route and river crossing won't work?

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Old 08-03-2014, 05:28 PM   #2
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The two routes will take nearly the same time due to first one being almost all secondary roads. I tried a Good Sam trip planner and it did the same thing your Garmin did. I think both believe it is just better route.
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