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Old 03-25-2009, 03:27 AM   #1
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I 20 from east Coast to West

We are planning to go to New Mexico from the East on I 20. I have never been out that way. Will we hit any mountains or high passes on this road.

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Old 03-25-2009, 06:42 AM   #2
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Nothing the Camelot can't handle. You'll pick up I-10 just southwest of Pecos, TX which will take you to ElPaso. I'd call most of the terrain rolling, certainly not mountainous. The only real problem is Texas goes on forever....

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I have not been on I-20 for years, but I have been on I-40 at the recommendations of others. It has been stated that the I-40 is a much better ride than the I-20. Just looking at the map I think I-40 is more scenic then I-20.

And Yup! Texas IS big, but not as long to cross on I-40 as it just hits the Panhandle. Plan on at least two days or more to cross her using I-20 or I-10.
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