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Palm Springs to Pahrump


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MERRY CHRISTMAS. Your routing over I-15 takes you over Cajon Pass just south of Barstow. Nothing to worry about, the pass is long, reaching just over 3000 ft. Leaving Baker, CA, you'll climb Mountain Springs Pass. Again long, going from Sea Level to over 4000 ft. These passes shouldn't be too challenging and the roadway is pretty good. Watch your coolant temperatures, keep your RPMs up and you should have an enjoyable trip. As ae, oRV

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How is I-15 and Rt 127 into Pahrump ?

Any major hills, up or down that I should be concerned about ?

Road conditions ?

Thanks in advance

As noted before just the Cajon Pass on the I15. Hwy 127 is a nice two lane highway, very little traffic. We take it every Thanksgiving heading t Pahrump for the weekend.

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