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Old 04-01-2014, 05:13 PM   #1
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Info on Hwy 191 in AZ and Utah

We are making our spring trek from AZ back to the Seattle area. We are thinking of taking highway 191 north of I-40 in AZ up through Utah into Provo. Anyone have any experience on that route? What is the road like? I read there are two passes at almost 10,000'. I can't tell by the maps if there are many places to stop for fuel. I was thinking we would spend the night in Moab? Has anyone stayed in a good RV park there? We appreciate your knowledge!
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If you're just taking 191 to Provo it's a piece of cake! No problem whatsoever. No big grades. There is a section of 191 from Vernal north to Flaming Gorge that is steep but many RVers do it, including us. Have a good trip.
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191 to Provo

Thanks so much for your information! Looking forward to the trip.
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Old 04-02-2014, 07:26 AM   #4
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Check out Canyonlands Campground. It is right on Main St in Moab, great location for an overnight or better yet, a few days. Walking distance to the restaurants and shops.
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Erich,
If you want to get an idea of elevations and grades check out this posting from the other day. ON THE GO MAP is Awesome App
Great free app from Google, you just need to install Google Chrome browser if you don't already have it.
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