Hello everyone! A friend of mine who is an avid road tripper told me about this site and said many helpful and wonderful things can be found here. We are gearing up for a move to Colorado @ the end of January,we will be leaving the Tacoma Wa area. Our plans seeing that Snoqualmie Pass can be iffy to say the least at that time of year is to:
I-5 south then onto I-84, hit I-80 in Utah to Wy then follow I-25 down to Denver. Seeing we have never hit that route, we are usually I-90 fans but hey mix it up right?
1. I know the road crews keep the roads driveable in the winter months, but...how bad of road terrain are we looking at that way ie..mountain passes, road closures(I-90 can be shut down for hours/days), etc?
2. Any great sights to take advantage during that time of year along the way, two small kiddos and a cat in tow :)
3. We have only four days travel time allotted so I want to make the most of this move and see/experience as much as we can.
All help and tips are greatly appreciated. Gearing up for a grand winter wonderland adventure:)