Hello, I'm looking for a little advice.
Hubs and I are leaving from northern AZ to South Denver to see our grandbaby this week. We pull a 13' trailer with our '94 GMC V-6 1/2-ton pickup. Would love to go across the Rockies (I-70) this time of year, but we usually settle on NM (I-40) and over Raton Pass (I-25) because of the rough vertical pull with the GMC on I-70.
Would love to see beauty rather than I-40 Interstate this time! Is there a way to cross the Rockies without going over such high passes as Love and Eisenhower? Grand Jctn is usually our gateway. We are willing to go out of the way to see beautiful country but stay more on a par with Raton, which we get over easily. Or am I just dreaming? After all, it is the Rockies!
Thanks for any help.