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Old 07-18-2020, 06:10 PM   #1
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CA Highway 49 travel?

Wondering ... is traveling along California Highway 49 headed south from the Highway 120 junction just west of Groveland down to the southern end at Oakhurst a good route with a Class C with a toad?

Trying to plan the route from essentially Yosemite NP to Sequoia and King’s Canyon NPs. We often prefer a scenic route rather than an Interstate or other major highway ... but only when it makes sense.

Thanks for your insight.
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It's OK, there are a couple very sharp almost U-turns on it but no real problems.
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the little dragon is the one with steep and sharp curves, but rv's drive it.
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