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Old 06-16-2015, 08:13 AM   #1
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Idaho Hwy 20 Mt Home to Arco?

I see from the map there are two ways to get from I-84 to Arco. ID from Mt. Home; Hwy 20 which looks like it climbs over a twisty pass or continue on I-84 then take Hwy26, (about 11 miles longer) I'm in a 28+ foot motorhome towing a car. I'm not crazy about two lane roads over passes. Recommendations?
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As I recall there aren't any big passes to cross. Your 28' couldn't certainly do the drive.
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Use Google Earth and take a close up look at the roads.
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it is a very good 2 lane highway that should not present any problem i have used it many times in a 40 footer with toad and will again.
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