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Hwy 16 from Worland to Buffalo, WY

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Hwy 16 from Worland to Buffalo, WY
Tue Jan 16, 2018 3:41 pm


Planning a trip back out to Cody, WY this summer and wondering if Worland to Buffalo on Hwy 16 would be recommended in a 8v92 powered Eagle with a Jake. Drove though Yellowstone National Park 2 years ago and out the east gate to Cody, it was a "cake walk" with a jake and low gear. Our other traveling party and Denise seemed concerned with no guard rails and steep drop offs, but I thought is was wonderful! This time I'll ride it on a Harley!
Looking at driving over to watch "the movie" at the Devils Tower, should I just ride the bike over from Cody, (long way!) or will this be okay in the bus?
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We been across 16 dozens of times in a 8v92 powered Eagle I love Ten Sleep and Medowlark good highway lol it has guard rails (a few places)
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Clifford, Thank you! Not much information on the internet about east bound travel that I could see. Most folks post about traveling to Yellowstone from I90 and seems 14 and 14A are not for large heavy rigs due to the steep grade, west bound anyway.
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It is not bad takes a little over 2 hours to travel the 90 miles you reach about 8,000 ft at the highest point we were never in hurry anyways,Some of the roads in Idaho were a lot worse we been on
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