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Old 04-22-2014, 08:45 AM   #1
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Condition of US-160; Durango to I-25

Heading East from Durango on US-160. I know that winter and snow chains can really tear up roads, especially mountain roads. How's the condition of US-160 from Durango to I-25?
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I travel that route (U.S. 160) several times a year - summer and winter. Drove 160 from Cortez, CO east to I-25 in late Feb. and it was in great shape. Can't speak for its present condition, but can't imagine it's any different now. Do be aware that going over Wolf Creek Pass, although it is a good road, could be wet/slick in places this time of year.
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