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RE: Chicago to Cedar City, UT - route 70 or 80?

Looking to make a trip from Chicago to Cedar City, UT. Looking at the maps, can come across and stay on 70 through Denver or split off onto 80 and go north around through Salt Lake City- Thoughts? Which is flatter? Mile diff only about 80 mile, time about 1 hour, but looking for thoughts on the drive. I-80 across WY to Park City, UT, then south to Heber City, Provo Canyon through Provo to join I-15. Phillips RV park in Evanston, WY, is an okay overnight, Cedar City the next day. Drive through Provo after 9 AM. Happy Trails!
richclover 07/21/22 06:11am Travel Trailers
RE: 4 wheel drive trails in Park City UT

I've spent a lot of time with my Land Cruiser in Southern UT and the San Juans in Colorado. Now I have the opportunity to go to Park City UT for a week and I will be renting a Jeep. Can anyone direct me to some of the best 4 wheel drive trails in that area? Check out the OHV roads in the Uinta Mountains east of Park City. Mirror Lake scenic route, highway 150, between Kamas, UT, and Evanston, WY. Beautiful country.
richclover 05/23/22 07:15am Roads and Routes
RE: Bryce, Zion, Canyonlands, Moab end of April

Traveling home to CO from .... let's say St. George, UT :) and looking for suggestions to see the Utah sights on that route with 4 or 5 nights to spend end of April. We're trying to learn how to balance my "perfectly comfortable bookdocking on BLM, NF, etc" and my wife's comfort level satisfied by commercial RV parks, and learning to adapt to NF campgrounds if needed. We've driven I-70 back and forth for years between CO and the coast, but have always been going to or coming home from, and haven't yet taken the time to explore all that area. Suggestions? Thanks! Greg https://www.utah.com/listing/rubys-inn-rv-park-%26-campground/16743/
richclover 04/01/22 04:21pm Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: What is your speed uphill?

“…Most videos I have seen (2019) have people flooring the RAM and getting to 45mph on 6% hills towing 28K lbs. What can I expect towing 16k? Does the RAM have enough power to keep up good speed going up hill? If so, what are you towing and what is your tow vehicle?…” I’m towing about 12,000 lbs. No problem holding 65-70 on some significant hills. Parleys Canyon, I-80 east of Salt Lake and the “Sisters”, I-80 east of Evanston, Wy, come to mind. Along with Scipio Pass and similar on I15 in UT. The Cummins doesn’t care, just more fuel and DEF ;). My 5’er tires are rated at 75 mph.
richclover 03/14/22 05:59pm Tow Vehicles
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