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Old 07-11-2010, 10:08 AM   #1
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From Custer S.Dakota to Cody Wyoming

How are the roads from Custer to Cody and which way is better for travel 40ft DP and Explorer toad?
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We have taken#14 to 90 from Cody to #16 down to Custer all roads were good in fact whole western trip had good roads.
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Originally Posted by 007";667851]We have taken#14 to [B][URL="http://www.tripadvisor.com/ShowTopic-g60999-i481-k3599687-Best_Route_to_Yellowstone_from_Custer_SD-Yellowstone_National_Park_Wyoming.html
90 from Cody to #16[/URL][/B] down to Custer all roads were good in fact whole western trip had good roads.
Thank for the info any other ways?
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I normally avoid crossing the Big Horns at Sheridan or Buffalo. Especially if I am towing. Your diesel is more than capable, but it is a long steep grade. It is a beautiful drive. I drop south from Custard and take US85 to Lusk, WY, then take US20 up to Thermopolis and then WY120 into Cody. It adds a few miles, but it avoids the Big Horns.
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That ride up the Big Horn was something else great country. 14 Out of Graybull was some ride to the top and a long grade down other side.
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For info on crosing the Bighorns check out RVcruzer.com - Driving Routes for Large RVs into Yellowstone National Park.

Taking 16 from Custer is easy. You can hook up with I-90 at Moorcroft, then get off of I-90 at Buffalo and take US-16 to Worland then head north to Greybull and then US-14 over to Cody. US-16 is a decent drive, the worst is Powder River Pass but most of the time you are cutting through the Bighorns in places like Ten Sleep Canyon rather than climbing over the tops like you would on 14 or 14A. I would not advise taking 14 or 14A westbound over the Bighorns but 16 is fine in either direction. See the link for a sign showing why.
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Are you staying at French Creek RV now by chance?
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