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Old 05-07-2012, 12:49 PM   #1
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Route 69 in Colorado

If anyone has driven Route 69 from Walsenburg,CO north to the juction with Highway 50, I'd appreciate any info about the road. We'd be driving our 40' MH and towing a small car. Thanks for any info!
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It's been several years since we did that route while heading over to Montrose. Long, boring, dry road was not very smooth but relatively straight with a few small (very) towns. Altitude went from around 6K or so up to about 8300 or a little better (near midway) then back to around 69 hundred. No mountains but you do drive through some notches between ridges. Road is below average for a lot of Colorado hiways, but you should have no problem with your hookup.
Now 50 to the west is a bit more daunting!

Take a look at Google earth if you want to see some actual road footage
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Thanks for the info Doc!
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