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Old 05-07-2014, 10:43 PM   #1
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Vegas to Seattle

I am trying to find the best route from vegas to seattle. Is US93 pretty open or is it twisty? I am pretty long so would like to stay out of the traffic areas but dont want to get into something too tight. Also any campgrounds along the way?
Hopefully someone on the forum has traveled this.

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93 is a good road, but take the short cut to Ely. Just north of Ash Springs take NV 318 N to US 6 to Ely saves a few miles and is a good road. RV parks in Ely, Wells and Cactus Pete's in Jackpot. A very nice PA park at Hagerman ID. High Adventure river tours I 84 exit 147.

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I'd suggest Las Vegas to Reno, the 395 to Susanville and then 44 & 89 to Mount Shasta City and I-5 north.
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93 is very good but lonely.....Dot't forget to stay in Jackpot! Cactus Pete's
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93 is a good road, but take the short cut to Ely. Just north of Ash Springs take NV 318 N to US 6 to Ely saves a few miles and is a good road. RV parks in Ely, Wells and Cactus Pete's in Jackpot. A very nice PA park at Hagerman ID. High Adventure river tours I 84 exit 147.

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Saves more than 30 miles!
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the 93, 6, 318 route is fantastic. Driven it a couple dozen times. BUT, it can be windy. Windy enough so that I've lost awnings twice, once even with extra wraps to hold it in. there's also little cell phone service in long stretches.

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where are you planing to stay at in Seattle ?
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