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Default Courses along I-80 and 1-70 - VACATION!

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Planning a road trip from Ohio, to Wyoming, Montana, and Colorado. Looking for advice on courses along the way. Mainly to break up the drive, but find some fun places to play.

Looking for courses along 1-80 from Ohio To Wyoming, going out west. Then, on the way home, from Colorado back to Ohio along 1-70.

Also, bonus answers. I'll be going through Idaho to Utah (Craters of the moon down to Arches) if there are any iconic courses along that also!

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Old 06-29-2019, 12:50 PM
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You have many great choices along I-70. Use the map feature and read reviews to see what you like.

Whatever you do, make sure you stop at Harmony Bends on a dry day. Fit the rest of your trip in around that.
Genuinely a spectacular course. The kind of DG experience well worth travelling to play.
Skip Harmony Bends and you lose.


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Consider the Lincoln Highway, US 30, as the starting leg from Ohio before swinging onto I-80. I wrote these travel guides in 2010 when the Am & Pro Worlds were both on or near the old Lincoln Highway.
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Old 06-29-2019, 01:27 PM
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Hummel in omaha....solitude mountain near salt lake and lake Walcott in Idaho were all pretty solid 6 years ago when I was there

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Frontier park in Hays Ks is on I-70 between Denver and KC.
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I-80 in Ohio is a toll road I believe... Just in case that influences your decision making.
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I-80 in Ohio is a toll road I believe... Just in case that influences your decision making.
...and through Indiana.

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Hello all!
Planning a road trip from Ohio, to Wyoming, Montana, and Colorado. Looking for advice on courses along the way. Mainly to break up the drive, but find some fun places to play.

Looking for courses along 1-80 from Ohio To Wyoming, going out west. Then, on the way home, from Colorado back to Ohio along 1-70.

Also, bonus answers. I'll be going through Idaho to Utah (Craters of the moon down to Arches) if there are any iconic courses along that also!

Thanks!
D. Day
so it really depends what level your looking for. are you looking for recreactional or top professional level courses? lots of choices......
wolcott will be out of your way from craters of the moon btw, if you going down I15 that is .
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Sounds like an awesome trip. If you drive through St. Louis, there are decent, road trip choices. Then driving across Missouri, Harmony Bends is a must play. Then you'll drive right through Kansas City and you want to hit Waterworks. Then driving across Kansas, you hit...................................WIND!

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Topeka has some nice courses and if you happen to reach Denver, you can truly play some of the most epic courses anywhere, Beaver Ranch, Bucksnort and lots more.
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