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drjjj 12-27-2017 01:10 PM

Best route from San Antonio to Vegas
 
Considering traveling from San Antonio, Texas to Las Vegas in late January. I would rather stay on good roads (e.g., Interstates) and drive a little farther if necessary. Any advice on what route to take (and more importantly, what routes to avoid) would be greatly appreciated. TIA.

BB_TX 12-27-2017 06:20 PM

First the disclaimer. I have only driven part of this route, and towed none of it.

I would stay south taking I-10 all the way to the west side of Phoenix. Then loop 303 to US 60/93 north all the way to Vegas. And avoid Phoenix during rush hour. I would not recommend I-40, especially flagstaff, in January. And check weather forecasts ahead of the next day’s drive before hitting the road. Even I-10 can get ice and snow.

scottz 12-27-2017 06:57 PM

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I-10 to Phoenix, US-60/93 to Las Vegas via Wickenburg & Kingman. Good roads all the way except through El Paso.

Bill and Jan 12-28-2017 06:46 AM

We driven those roads many times. I agree that's your best route but we take a by pass around El Paso which comes out in Anthony, NM.

twindman 12-28-2017 06:52 AM

Do a search for El Paso here and see another discussion of getting to Phoenix and bypassing El Paso. It has a little more detail of how to go around El Paso.

drjjj 01-08-2018 05:20 PM

Thanks for all the input. One question for you more experienced travelers: we went to Chama, NM from San Antonio last October and went through El Paso both ways on IH10-I don't remember that being a bad experience. Did I miss something? TIA.

twindman 01-09-2018 02:57 PM

El Paso just seems really busy with kind of narrow lanes and not the smoothest road. Of course this isn't comparing to California interstates, etc.


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