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Old 07-27-2016, 04:27 PM   #1
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Teton pass route

Does anyone have advice on traveling from Victor ,Idaho to Jackson hole,WY pulling a Creekside 20fq with a Dodge 3500 diesel.have gone that route years ago in a car,but do not remember it well
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I assume your RV is 20'? If so, you'll have no problem if you're confident and downshift properly with your truck. It does have 10% grades and two runaway truck areas if that refreshes your memory. Bigger rigs than yours have done it. We did it with a 33' 5th wheel.
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I assume your RV is 20'? If so, you'll have no problem if you're confident and downshift properly with your truck. It does have 10% grades and two runaway truck areas if that refreshes your memory. Bigger rigs than yours have done it. We did it with a 33' 5th wheel.
Thanks,that is good to know.we have always came down thru west yellowstone,but decided new scenery mite be nice by going thru idaho.
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google teton pass for lots of photos to refresh your memory.
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A very good alternative from W. Yellowstone would be from Idaho Falls on Hwy 26. It's very pretty and highly recommended.
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Thank you ,we have decided to come down thru yellowstone,and tetons on our way to rmnp.maybe hike a few trails in tetons,my favorite place.
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