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Old 06-11-2016, 05:10 PM   #1
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Durango to Hurricane Utah?

Any suggestions on the best route? It seems that going 70 and then down 15 is backtracking. But the route through Arizona looks a little desolate and we would much prefer to find a stopover place about half way through.

Of course we are also concerned about steep grades and don't want to try anything too hairy.

Thanks!
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Take 160 west in Colorado and into Arizona. Just beyond Kayenta, AZ is Hwy 98 that will take you into Page, Arizona. Spend the night there.

Ourtof Page, AZ take 89 to Kanab, UT. Go a few miles south on 89 into Arizona and pick up 389 west at Fredonia, AZ. It will become 59 at the Utah border. Take it to Hurricane.

It's all good driving with the RV - no mountains.
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Old 06-12-2016, 11:29 AM   #3
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Take 160 west in Colorado and into Arizona. Just beyond Kayenta, AZ is Hwy 98 that will take you into Page, Arizona. Spend the night there.

Ourtof Page, AZ take 89 to Kanab, UT. Go a few miles south on 89 into Arizona and pick up 389 west at Fredonia, AZ. It will become 59 at the Utah border. Take it to Hurricane.

It's all good driving with the RV - no mountains.

Awesome! Thank you so much!
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