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Old 06-23-2019, 01:25 PM   #1
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Yellowstone to Yosemite Np

Visiting Yellowstone in late August then hading down to Yosemite NP.Thinking about I-15 to Salt lake city then I-80 W But 33 to 26 to 93 looks interesting.Have never traveled there so dont know if it is mountainous ,hilly, good road or bad.Any thoughts or suggestions.Also any suggestions on quirky things along the way.I thrive on the odd ball things Thanks to all for any help Dave
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I-15 to SLC takes you way out of your way.

I've done (and will probably do a few weeks before you) 15 to 84 to 93 which connects to I-80 in Wells NV. In August, you can turn off 80 in Fernley, NV and take 395 south and come in via Tioga Road (currently closed for a few more days). Tioga is not for those easily scared by heights as your on the side of a cliff for much of the route.

My son is a law enforcement ranger in Yellowstone and my other son live in Placerville, CA so we'll be doing most of your route later this summer.

Safe travels.
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I've run 93 from Twin Falls to Wells. Good road and fairly level.

Do you have any reservations in or around Yosemite?
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I've run 93 from Twin Falls to Wells. Good road and fairly level.

Do you have any reservations in or around Yosemite?
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We'll be staying with family in Placerville so don't need reservations and then heading north to AK.

In the past, we've stayed at the KOA in Coursegold and in the Valley at North Pines campground. The sites in the Valley are filled within MINUTES of being available but check online to see if there are any cancellations. It's a bit of a drive to go into the park everyday from an outside campground.
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Take 93 to Ely Nv and then 6 to Bishop.
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Visiting Yellowstone in late August then hading down to Yosemite NP.Thinking about I-15 to Salt lake city then I-80 W But 33 to 26 to 93 looks interesting.Have never traveled there so dont know if it is mountainous ,hilly, good road or bad.Any thoughts or suggestions.Also any suggestions on quirky things along the way.I thrive on the odd ball things Thanks to all for any help Dave
Look this over - has many possible stops along the way - IMHO - it would be Crazy to drive through this Target rich part of the Country and not at least drive through/by these great areas. Make the drive better than the Destination and you will never be Bored. .

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