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Old 03-31-2014, 05:10 PM   #1
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Traveling to Grand Lake Colorado in June

We have plans to drive up to Winding River Resort in Grand Lake, Colorado in June. I am driving a 35' Diesel Pusher and pulling a jeep so would like to know if US 40 to HWY 125 then to HWY 34 are easily traveled for this rig? Destination is Winding River Resort so if anyone has spent time at this location I would sure like to hear your opinion on it as well.

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US 40 from I-70 goes over Berthoud Pass (11,315 ft.). A good road but somewhat steep with many curves. Should not be a problem in June. US 40 connects with US 34 at Grandby. You really won't be on 125 although it is a good road north to WY.
You may have some disappointment at Grand lake because the pine beetle has caused major damage. The area is not the same as it was 20 years ago.
Have a good trip.

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We just returned from Lake Granby from the Denver area. I have an older Bounder and it made the trip without any problems. I had more than enough power and as long as you are careful on the decent it was a piece of cake. Do be prepared it may be snowing even in June at the top of the pass. I was snowing at about 11:00 am today the 8th of June from Winter Park to the other side of the pass and few years ago I was at a golf tournament just outside of Granby, CO that was snowed out.

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Thanks to everyone for their posts. We are looking forward to our drive and visit.
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