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Posted: 09/11/19 03:08am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I will be heading to Twin mountain in NH from NJ and was wondering how Rt 7 and rt4 are? The route I'm thinking of taking would be 87 to 787 in Troy then rt 7 to rt 4 to I91 toI93 to 302.



I could do 87 to 90 to 91 but that is a pretty boring drive.


I'm driving a 40' MH towing a Jeep.


Thanks for any insight.





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We did rt 4 from I89 to lake George area this summer and it wasn't bad. A little hilly around Killington. 38' 5er. No low bridges.

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You might consider taking 30 out of Manchester, then 11 through Londonderry over to 91 near Charlestown NH. That's a nice route although you can get behind some slow moving rubberneckers in leaf peep season, end Sept/early Oct.

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Both US7 and US4 through Vermont are fine for any RV. Basically no road running east and west in Vermont is devoid of at lest some hills; that's just the way the land runs. Your proposed route is fine.

Another decent route is I-87 to exit 20, then NY 149 to US4, VT 22A north to US 7, and I-189 to I-89 south to Montpelier and US2 across from there to I-93 etc. US2 does run basically parallel (and often side by side) to I-89 for that stretch, but the interstate is easier going. US 302 through the White Mountains is a pretty road, but the Kancamagus Highway (NH 112) is even prettier in my opinion and is suitable for RVs despite being somewhat hilly and curvy.





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Thanks everyone!

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