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Old 05-06-2014, 06:04 PM   #1
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Denver to Yosemite to Pacific Coast Hwy then Grand Canyon.

Heading west through Cheyenne, SLC and Lake Tahoe in Class B MH. From Denver to Yosemite, are there any bad stretches of twisting turning mountain roads?
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Yes there are but then again, you're heading to the mountains. With your Class B you won't have any problems. Millions of RVers drive those roads. If you want to take interstates as much as you can you won't notice it but then you won't see things either. You'll be just fine!
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Tioga Road into Yosemite has construction and day to day closures due to snow.

There are ONLY twisting turning mountain roads around Yosemite.
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