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Old 09-17-2013, 08:53 AM   #1
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Thinking about taking US18 from Hill City to I25 and then down to Cheyenne. Is this doable in a 36ft motorhome towing. I don't really want a lot of twisty roads and steep climbs.
Anyone familiar with this region, please help.
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Old 09-17-2013, 10:33 AM   #2
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Thinking about taking US18 from Hill City to I25 and then down to Cheyenne. Is this doable in a 36ft motorhome towing. I don't really want a lot of twisty roads and steep climbs.
Anyone familiar with this region, please help.
I did it pulling a 37 ft toy hauler with a 2500HD Duramax. No problems. Road is in good shape, and a lot of RV'ers use it.
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Old 09-17-2013, 12:23 PM   #3
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Thinking about taking US18 from Hill City to I25 and then down to Cheyenne. Is this doable in a 36ft motorhome towing. I don't really want a lot of twisty roads and steep climbs.
Anyone familiar with this region, please help.
We did this last summer, it's a pretty easy drive. A few hills, but nothing if you are already in Hill City.
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As I remember, the worst of it was getting to 18, but we went the opposite direction, up to Gillette/Sheridan. The section of 16 between Custer and 18 is "interesting".

I know we've been on 89 south out of Custer, but not in the coach, and I honestly don't remember much about the drive.
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