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Old 10-25-2017, 06:18 PM   #1
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Half Moon Bay to Monterey on the PCH

I have a 31' class A towing a CRV. Is the PCH ok to drive this setup on or too many tight turns? I drove it many years ago in a rental car and don't recall it being too bad.

I want to be sure it won't be a problem.

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It's state highway 1 and I wouldn't hesitate to drive it in an RV. It's only 90 miles, but take a full day and stop along the way!
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It's state highway 1 and I wouldn't hesitate to drive it in an RV. It's only 90 miles, but take a full day and stop along the way!


I plan to take tomorrow to drive it and stop frequently.

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Old 10-26-2017, 11:54 AM   #4
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Yep, beautiful drive, and it's doable in any size RV. Even heading south from San Francisco is better now that CalTrans built a tunnel to bypass Devil's Slide.

Just don't head much farther south than Carmel. There are few places to turn around and the highway is washed out or buried by landslides from last winter's storms.I

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