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Old 03-26-2014, 03:02 PM   #1
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We'll be at the fish hatchery by Arco, ID. Leave going North on 93 to Challis. The head west on 75 to 21 to Boise. Its a scenic route. Not sure if it's motorhome / toad safe.

Anyone been this route with a motorhome / toad? There a couple of slow curves and the elevation / passes don't look like difficult. Will be there in the July / August time frame.


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No problem, just pay attention to the curves.

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If you are going to the West side of Boise I would recomend when you get to Lowman on #21 I would turn right to Garden Valley to Banks then take #55 into Eagle/Meridian etc. Even if it was ME and I would be going to the downtown/east side of Boise I would go thru Banks (better road/lessmountain driving/less slow curves.
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Thanks all.

I "drove" the route with Google map and street view. A couple of switchbacks but nothing that I would call a show stopper. I did see a 18 wheeler in street view. If he can run it I see no reason why we can't.

Just waiting for Spring so we can start using our coach again.
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