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Old 09-19-2014, 09:42 AM   #1
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Southern Utah driving

We are currently on hwy 63 outside Bryce Canyon National Park. We will be exploring all the National Parks in the area and were wondering if all the scenic drives in southern Utah were suitable for a 34' Class A, especially Hwy 12.
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I am not certain about the highway, most highways were fine. So beautiful there! Try to check out Lake Powell! We visited Page Arizona and fell in love! It has a high end resort on the lake and a less expensive one two miles away. Hope you get to see Canyon De Chelley ( not certain of correct spelling seriously amazing. Have fun be safe!
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Old 09-25-2014, 10:13 AM   #3
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Hwy 12, from Torrey to Escalante, is "awesome". Go slow, pull off at overlooks.
The road is narrow, with sharp turns, but is something NOT to be missed. I think it is 66 miles, and it took us 4 hours. So much to see.. We had a 32 ft motorhome, and wife drove car separately. Afterwards, we agreed we could have done it with car attached..
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Hey thanks for this information. We are in Big Fork Mt, and had planned on leaving today for the south. Plan on doing at Arches and Bryce on our trip to Az. We have a 34 foot Mh and will be pulling a small utility Trailer. So glad to here the routes are ok.
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You should be fine on UT 12 and as stated earlier it's a MUST SEE! We did it going south in a 30' gasser towing a jeep.

You'll be heading to Torrey and Capitol Reef NP. CRNP should definitely be on your list to see and if you have the time & the weather cooperates, take the loop around Fishlake.

There is SO much to see in Utah.
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