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Old 06-28-2016, 09:23 AM   #1
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Thoughts on HY 14 over Burgess Junction, Ranchester to Greybull. Switchbacks too much for 40 Ft with toad?
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WY-14 is only for the very brave. Granite pass is 9033 feet in the Big Horn Mountains. 9 miles of 7% grades with 25 mph curves. Don't even look at WY-14A It contains the OMG hill, 10% for 10 miles and 20 mph curves. Beautiful county and well worth the drive -IN A CAR. There are better ways to get to Cody which, by-the-way, is a great tourist town. A planned two day stay turned into a week.
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Thanks Jim. Question answered.
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Hwy 16 is very doable with a RV from Buffalo.
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Several years ago we traveled E to W on 14a in a 43 ft Mt Aire. There was significant road work on the E side going up. Very slow going. All should be done now It looked as if they were straightening to road. Should be very doable in a diesel with compression brake. Gorgeous trip and would do it again with out a thought.

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If you are going to travel off the beaten path, I highly recommend "Mountain Directory West for Truckers, RV and Motorhome Drivers". It will keep you from wondering over Slumgullion Pass on the way to Lake City, CO. There is also an eastern version.
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