Originally Posted by scatter
Lived in Eureka for 25 years. If you don't hit a storm (they come out of the south) the weather will probably be OK. Summer is the foggy time up there. Temps will be in the 50's. Paved roads obviously OK. The main "dirt" roads up there mostly have some kind of gravel on them and are also OK, but you need to take a look if there's been a lot of rain recently. Depends on where you go. In my humble opinion, that time of year is some of the best weather if you have a little luck on your side.
our Tour de Utah last Xmas
we dodged the big storms and woke up to fresh snow and no one else... alot
Temps are good, we have suffecent rain gear
However, we are not big hikers, and chilling, wife cooking, wife w/ ipad games and me with my
kindle is the order of the day
We will be testing a Oz Tent RV2 with side flap
Positioned on the passenger side forward, open end to the barn doors
Roof flap UNDER the fiamma, to give us a dry spot for wet clothes and dog
Prob gonna get a Mr. Buddy with propane hose extension for warmth and clothes/dog drying
http://us.oztent.com/products/viewProdu ... oductid=41
http://us.oztent.com/products/viewProdu ... oductid=79
Nice to hear from someone that has spent alot of time there and you think is is the best part of the year.....
Hey, we can have rainy days and i am sure will also get some steller days