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Old 06-10-2015, 06:54 PM   #1
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From Cody, WY to Buffalo, WY

What's the best route from Cody to Buffalo??? I see that I can take hwy 14/14A or hwy 14/16... Will be in my Berk with toad.... Any info would be appreciated.....


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We will be taking 16 when we do that route later this summer.


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Old 06-10-2015, 10:49 PM   #3
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We will be traveling it on July 16....


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From Cody, WY to Buffalo, WY

Been a couple years since I been over 14 or 16. I think 16 comes into buffalo & 14/14a goes into Sheridan. I believe the south route 16 has less hairpin turns.

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I believe 14 goes into Sheridan and 16 goes into Buffalo... I'm all for fewer hairpins in a 40' class A pulling a toad...


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Yes I corrected my original post. I got them backwards

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I've done 16 in two different gas coaches. One 38'. 454 motor--one 36' V-10 ford & one 36' 300 cummins DP. You will not have any problems.

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Old 06-11-2015, 07:55 AM   #9
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That question has come up more than once on another forum that I visit. The consensus is Hwy 16 is the best route for RVers and Hwy 14/14A is tougher but more scenic.

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From Cody, WY to Buffalo, WY

Oakman my take is that either way is very scenic. I've been on both routes. Both scenic & both doable in an RV. just might depend on which town you wish to end up in.
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