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Old 01-16-2005, 03:05 PM   #1
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Would like comments from anyone who has driven US 95 between Winnemucca, Nevada and Lewistin, Idaho. Will be traveling by motorhome towing a mini-van on a dolly.
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Would like comments from anyone who has driven US 95 between Winnemucca, Nevada and Lewistin, Idaho. Will be traveling by motorhome towing a mini-van on a dolly.
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Old 01-21-2005, 06:53 PM   #3
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Have driven this several times with a 41' towing. The Idaho section is a little twisty in some places but easy. There was quite a bit of construction a while back but still ok. A pretty tough pull between Riggins and Grangeville, but if you go slow and use the pull outs if required you should be ok.
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White Bird Hill, just north of the town of White Bird is the steepest grade you will find on 95. As Texas Bubba said, it is between Riggins and Grangeville. There are pullouts and it is 2 lanes in each direction so people can pass you. Take it slow and steady and you will be fine. US 95 between New Meadows and Riggins usually during the summer has construction work taking place, this section is 2 lanes with passing lanes every once in a while, so you may have to wait for a pilot car. It usually doesn't take too long.
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