Here's a random question...perhaps some of the experts can advise.
I am planning to be in southern Utah in mid-June, and I have a question about a particular section of what I'm planning to drive. I will be both solo and with others at various points along the way, but I'm not sure about the day in question.
OK, here goes...I'm planning to leave Torrey, UT and head east on UT-24 through the park, and out to Hanksville. From there, I'll hook up with UT-95 and head down past the Natural Bridges Nat'l Monument area. Finally, I'll head up US-191 into Monticello.
Is this too much for a solo driver should it happen that way (an experienced one, but solo nonetheless?) If it's reasonable, and I'm overestimating how long it's going to take, would pushing on to Ridgway, CO or even Montrose, CO be within striking distance for one day?
Please reply only if you have specific knowledge of the areas and roads I mentioned. I know it's about 200 miles from Torrey to Monticello using that route, and about 350 if I take it as far as Montrose, CO.