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Old 07-14-2013, 06:37 PM   #1
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Denver to Estes by route 36

I will be driving a 35' diesel pusher and pulling a jeep wrangler unlimited. Is Colorado State Highway 36 a route that I should be able to drive easily? How wide is the road, two lane Im thinking? Switchbacks?

Thanks for any help advice you may provide.
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I will be driving a 35' diesel pusher and pulling a jeep wrangler unlimited. Is Colorado State Highway 36 a route that I should be able to drive easily? How wide is the road, two lane Im thinking? Switchbacks?

Thanks for any help advice you may provide.
From Denver to Boulder 36 is the Boulder Turnpike. 4 lane divided highway most of the way. Beyond Boulder it goes down to 2 lane and winds its way up the canyon. I have driven it both ways in a 30 foot Class A with tow. Some tight bends and steep grades, just got to keep your eyes open but its doable.
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Avoid boulder to Estes peak hours and take your time you will be fine
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