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Posted: 07/22/19 10:18am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

NO! the road is narrow and there are overhanging cliffs along the way so you can't hug the inside as close as you would like to.


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Posted: 07/22/19 10:19am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

why not drive the two vehicles up separately?
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We drove the Moki from top down with our 2009 pickup (no trailer) and it was fine, Muley Point is very rough to get to but worth it for the view.


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Accidentally drove down Moki Dugway last year in my 14,050 lbs 31 ft class c with a motorcycle carrier on the back so basically 34ft long. Really tight hairpin turns and sheer drop offs. Wouldn't do it again in my RV going up or down... Especially if my wife was in the RV again... She's almost over it [emoticon]


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