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Old 09-17-2016, 08:08 PM   #1
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Bryce Canyon via Cedar Breaks on 14 to I-15 to Hurricane

I'm just trying to get an anecdotal real feel for road and grade conditions going from Bryce Canyon down to Cedar Breaks NM using US 89 then UT 14 to I-15 for a run to Hurricane UT.

I've worn the Mountain Directory out looking at this and don't have a warm fuzzy about 14 running my 28000 lb gasser with a toad. I've handled some good steep grades but don't have a good clear feel about what I've read on 14. Not sure I should be doing it in a gasser?

Has anyone out there run this rout in a gasser towing of late and could you share your experieicne.
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Although Hwy 14 'can' be done it's a very steep highway. Instead, I'd recommend going a little north on 89 just past Panguitch and taking Hwy 20 across then south on I-15.
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Thanks!

OK - I had thought the Panguitch - 20 route was probably the best but wanted to check. I'm at Cap Reef at the moment and will work my way down to Bryce next. Spending a lot of time listening high RPMs and the tranny grinding gears here in Utah! LOL
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Although Hwy 14 'can' be done it's a very steep highway. Instead, I'd recommend going a little north on 89 just past Panguitch and taking Hwy 20 across then south on I-15.

I followed Twogypsies advice earlier and it worked perfectly for us (37'DP pulling 4dr Jeep Wrangler). Plenty to see in the area if you have a tow vehicle. We day tripped to Capital Reef NP. Also went into Kodachrome Basin State Park for a day hike. Enjoy!
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