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Old 06-21-2016, 09:29 PM   #1
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I-15 SB to Ruby's CG neat Bryce NP

Driving a 37' class A DP pulling a 4Dr Wrangler. Is it advisable or recommended to take State 20 East to US 89 South to State 12 to State 63. There appear (on google maps) to be some 8% grades and tight turns. Or, should I choose another path?
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Hwy 20 is a good one with an RV. Eastbound starts at 8% for a short time and gradually lessens over the next 3-1/2 miles until it nearly flattens out. We've done it a few times and it's the best way to cut over to 89. Don't take Hwy 14. You definitely won't like that one!

89 to Ruby's is a piece of cake - just about flat.
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We took that route with a 35' class A gas, tow dolly with PT Cruiser a couple of years ago. As stated. It was steep in spots but not white knuckle. Really, no problem.

We love Bryce. Have fun.
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