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Old 07-03-2015, 10:11 PM   #1
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RT 16 in Wyoming info

we are in Hill City SD and on our way to Buffalo,Wyoming. Looking at the map I can take 16 east to 90 and take 90 to Baffalo. But I see 16west out of Custer goes to 90 but it looks like it is only a two lane road all the way to 90. Any help would be appreciated. Driving 45 ftrv with a toad
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have you used Google Earth to look at the roadway?

That is how I decide whether or not to travel a road ... you can generally see how wide the lanes are and what the shoulders look like ...

I have not travelled the exact route you are asking about ...
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My preferred route would be north on 385 to I-90, takes a little longer than east on 16, however better views. I have driven 16 west of Custer and didn't like the route, too many narrow places, once you get to Newcastle it's OK.


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