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Old 06-26-2009, 07:06 PM   #1
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Sawtooth Recreation area Idaho

I am inquiring about South to North route thru Sawtooth National Recreation area in Idaho. I am in the need to know if highway 75 is doable in my 32 foot motorhome with 8.1 gas engine. I tow a 2500 pound Suzuki. Also need road condition and camping availability. I will be going about the first week in July, after the 4th holiday.
We are on our way to Montana, and have never been thru the Sawtooth area. Planning on connecting up with highway 93 at Challis and then proceed on north, we have been 93 route before.
Any one who has been over 75 south to north and can provide info on conditions would be greatly appreciated.

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Old 07-02-2009, 10:39 AM   #2
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We travel up 75 every year. It is a good 2 lane road with 1 grade, Galena Summit. We have gone over Galena with a Windstar pulling a large tent trailer. We are now traveling with a Ford Excursion V-10 pulling a vintage 27 ft Airstream and we have no problems. As long as you take your time you will be fine. We boondock so I do not know about any RV parks with hookups, if there are any they would be in Stanley. There are wonderful places to dry camp along the lakes in the Stanley Basin, the scenery is unbelievable. The Redfish Lake area is beautiful but gets extremely crowded. After you leave Stanley there are multiple National Forest Campgrounds along the Salmon River that do not get very busy. The only cellular service along 75 is when you are in Stanley and Salmon. Have a wonderful trip-you will enjoy it!
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