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Old 10-07-2018, 01:08 PM   #1
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Default NC To Maine and beyond

Just returned from a 3 week trek to Acadia National Park, Niagra Falls, Vermont, Finger Lakes, and Gettysburg with our dog in our 2013 210UDS. Great trip, great weather and with the exception of a broken brake caliper on my 2001 Ram 2500 in Vermont, a wonderful overall excursion. Great help from the folks at Advance auto in Bennington Vermont.
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Old 10-07-2018, 09:17 PM   #2
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Sounds like you had a great time! Posting any pictures?
Maine is one of our want to's. We're hoping to get to go next year with maybe a side trip to PEI.

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With wife's help, i hope to get a few pictures up soon
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Planning a trip in September out west leaving from NC. Going to make my way up to I70 through Colorado into Utah. Going to Moab,Zion, Bryce, Grand Canyon and back home along I40 and US 66. Any difficulties along I 70 through mountains or any other advice anyone can offer? Pulling our FF210uds with my 2001 Ram 2500 diesel. Thanks all.
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Old 06-19-2019, 05:15 PM   #5
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Labsailor,

We just got back from a trip out west to AZ, NM, Colo and Wyoming. We left Flagstaff, AZ on Memorial Day in a snowstorm at 7K ft elevation. If you're going to the Rockies in Sept. you should expect cool to cold weather and the high possibility of snow in the mountains. Most states on your route have "chain" laws for the high passes...so be prepared.

In terms of pulling your 210UDS you should have no problems on any road due to elevation. We pulled our 210 over Wolf Creek Pass in Colorado which exceeds 10K ft in elevation with our Ram 1500 Hemi. No problem at all. We also crossed mountains at 8 - 9K ft elevation on at least 3 occasions.

The parks you mentioned are great. Make reservations well in advance if you want to camp in the parks.

Enjoy...I'll look forward to your post in the Fall.
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