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Old 04-11-2011, 06:29 PM   #1
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Highways 93 and 6 thru Nevada

I will be traveling southbound thru Nevada next week. I will be driving highway 93 south from Twin Falls ID to Ely, Nevada and then plan on taking highway 6 out of Ely to connect with highway 395 near Bishop, CA. I need info about road conditions and availability of gas and roadside rests,and possibly overnight stop near CA border. I will be traveling in our 32 foot 8.1 gas Workhorse chassis Open Road motorhome, pulling a Ford Ranger toad. I know Nevada is pretty desolate, I have traveled Highway 95 a couple of times, but never the highways mentioned above. Any info from anyone who has recently been on these roads would be appreciated.


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Old 04-11-2011, 07:46 PM   #2
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I did that trek last summer coming out of Yosemite. Desolate is an understatement.

We were able to fill up in Tonopah and in Ely. Not too much in between. Road itself is in pretty good shape. I think I remember a pretty good climb coming into Ely (out bound for you).
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