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Old 02-14-2016, 03:11 PM   #1
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Visiting friends in Palm Springs then on to Winslow, AZ. Our destination is Moab, would it be better to take I40 to 191 & go north or take I40 to 93 & pickup I15 outside of Vegas? We'll be in a 34' Dolphin with a Highlander toad. Thanks for any advice!
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To double back to Kingman and take I 15, will just about double the miles.
I have not been across US 191 in AZ for many years it is not bad in Utah.
You could also continue E on I40 to Gallup and take US 491 north. It is a good road, lots of improvements in the last few years.
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From Winslow, AZ you'll definitely want to take I-40 to 191 into Utah - an easy drive with a RV! You'll be passing right by Canyon de Chelly Nat'l Monument and Monument Valley is doable also if you cut over at Mexican Water, AZ on 160 west to 163 north. Then continue on 163 north to 191 again. You'll also pass Canyonlands Nat'l Park - Needles area off 191 just beyond Monticello. Take 211 into the park - nice campground. When you get to Moab be sure to check the other part of Canyonlands via 313. Dead Horse Point State Park at this Canyonlands is awesome. Have a good trip.
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