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Old 09-24-2011, 10:12 AM   #1
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Thumbs up Grand Junction Co to Redwood national forest

Leaving next week to see the redwoods and would like to know the best route to take with the motorhome and toad. Not in a hurry, but looks like a lot of open highway. Thanks, Roger
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Take the Loneliest Highway in America

Lots of options for you to choose from.

I really like the drive west on US Hwy 50 from Grand Junction. It's pretty, relaxing, and a great drive to Carson City. If you'd like to see Tahoe, it's just a hop, skip, and a jump away. From there you can pick up I-80 West and take CA Hwy 20 through Yuba City over to I-5 North up to Redding. From there, take CA Hwy 299 over to the 101 North into the park.

Have a great trip and be sure to let us know what you think!
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Since you are looking at a 1400 mile trip one-way the question is how "not in a hurry" are you?" If I really wanted to get there and explore the area I would get to SLC and then take 80W all the way to the San Fran area and go N on 101 and look for opportunities that match your sightseeing interests along the way.
There are endless possibilities. What are you interests?
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Thanks for the info. Not sure of what we want to see other than the redwoods, but are open to suggestions. Road Atlas software was not a great help. Ordered Streets and Trips hoping it will get here prior to leaving.
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