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Post Info TOPIC: I-80 to I-70 Rock Springs to Grand Junction

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I-80 to I-70 Rock Springs to Grand Junction

We want to go from Rock Springs, WY on I-80 to Grand Junction on I-70.  Has anyone traveled Highway 191 to Vernal, then Highway 64 to Highway 139?  We drive a 40ft. Motorhome with a Jeep tow.  Any advice / tips would be appreciated.  Thanks.


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We took this same route from Grand Junction to I-80 a few years back on our way to Yellowstone.  I remember the route being pretty smooth going.  You do go over Douglas Pass (Colorado) on HWY 139.  It is 8300ft.  Couple of miles of 7% grade but really pretty good road.  Going slow is the thing.  Down hill to Junction from there.  Other than that I remember going by Flaming Gorge in Utah.  It is a really nice drive.  Ric


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