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Old 01-18-2019, 05:14 PM   #1
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Frisco Co to Jackson Hole in a big Rig.

Has anyone tried, or even can you take a big Rig (DPup through Steamboat Springs and then north to Jackson Hole Wy?

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Has anyone tried, or even can you take a big Rig (DPup through Steamboat Springs and then north to Jackson Hole Wy?
Yup all day long.

Run to Craig and Head North or we usually run on to Dino and Flaming Gorge then head to Jackson.

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I've done it twice with a 43 footer. No worse than other routes.
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Rabbit Ears Pass is the steepest part of the whole route and it is actually a little quicker to take CO 14 up thru Walden and follow the North Platte into Wyoming. But the route thru Steamboat and Craig is totally doable - either way great scenery.
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We did the southern part of that, Leadville to Rawlins, a couple years ago. Some narrow roads but no problem! Bicyclists out there in the middle of nowhere. 42 ft tag.
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