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Old 07-07-2008, 08:24 PM   #1
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Is this doable with a 35' Motorhome with a 15' trailer?
It's dirt and looks pretty twisty on the map.
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Is this doable with a 35' Motorhome with a 15' trailer?
It's dirt and looks pretty twisty on the map.
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I wouldn't drive a motorhome over Cottonwood, but many people do. It's paved on the Buena Vista side of the pass, but on the west side, it's gravel and can get VERY washboardy. It's been a few years since I drove it, but the last time I did, it was pretty rough in places. There were a few switchbacks, but not REAL tight.
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It is still closed due to snow. I doubt they will get the graders out this year, which is the only time to drive it with the rig you described.
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If it is closed due to snow, it must have snowed since 4th of July weekend. They had the graders working the Taylor side and the road was in good shape then. There were numerous large MH over there that weekend.
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