California, Nevada, Utah, to Colorado Roadtrip

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  1. KE0FCU

    KE0FCU Ham Member QRZ Page

    I am heading out this coming week on a road trip that will begen in Los Angeles and end in Colorado Springs, CO. I will be taking I-15 up through NV an UT and then jumping onto I-70 in UT and taking that all they way into the Denver area.

    Does anyone know of the what repeaters are live along that route?

    Thanks for the help!
     
  2. K8ERV

    K8ERV Ham Member QRZ Page

    Here are some possible freqs when you pass thru Grand Junction Co. I am shielded from JCT so am not
    real familiar with their use. The new Raspberry machine near Montrose gets into JCT and needs pl.
    the 447.2 here is linked to several others but I don't know the best input in JCT.

    xxxx not activated. ? Not verified

    145.010 Generic Packet

    145.175 107.2 Jct IRLP node

    145.220 107.2 Jct Colo Connection ?

    145.355 123.0 Jct Colo Connection ok

    145.460 ARES Sx

    146.520 Natl Call

    146.820 107.2 Whitewater

    146.910 107.2 Raspberry (Mtrs) ++++++++++++

    146.940 107.2 Jct Club

    147.105 Jct ?

    147.120 Gunnison

    147.330 107.2 Paonia

    147.390 107.2 Jct ?

    444.200 Natl Call

    447.500 114.8 Jct ?

    448.150 100.0 Jct Black Rdg (107.2??)

    449.000 Jct ?

    449.300 107.2 Jct ?

    449.575 131.8 Jct ?

    449.950 Gunnison ?

    I will look for some others.

    145.175 GRAND JCT W0RRZ
    145.220 GRAND JCT KE0TY

    145.355 pl 123 Co Connection
    146.790 GRAND JCT N0MBJ
    146.820 GRAND JCT KE0TY
    146.940 GRAND JCT W0RRZ
    147.195 GRAND JCT KB0REX
    147.285 GRAND JCT KB0VJJ
    147.390 GRAND JCT KE0TY

    TOM K8ERV Montrose Colo
     
    Last edited: Sep 5, 2015
  3. KE0FCU

    KE0FCU Ham Member QRZ Page

    Wow! Thanks a lot Tom, that is a great list.
     
  4. K8ERV

    K8ERV Ham Member QRZ Page

    I am great.
    There is a highly linked set "Colorado Connection" in JCT but I can't reach it.
    Very little UHF/VHF activity around here.

    TOM K8ERV Montrose Colo
     
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  5. AI7PM

    AI7PM Ham Member QRZ Page

  6. K0UO

    K0UO Platinum Subscriber Platinum Subscriber QRZ Page

    The best thing to do is to download the free "Repeater Book" app it is better than the ARRL book and more up todate and Free
    K0UO
     
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  7. W9CMG

    W9CMG Guest

    And if you activate the location settings on your smart phone, the Repeater Book app will tell you what repeaters you are near. Plus distance from and direction from.
     
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  8. AG6JU

    AG6JU Ham Member QRZ Page

    I travel I-15 from Southern Calif to Northern Utah quite often. I tried The Intermountain Intertie, so far I could not able to talk to anyone yet. repeaters are not active.
    however, I was able to QSO many times on 146.520 MHz simplex.
    also, when weather are bad such as snow storm or bad accidents, CB radio are quite useful , listen to CH 19 , you can get a lot of information about weather condition on mountain pass, so on. there are many mountain pass along I-15 in southern Utah , where I saw quite heavy snow.
    so my suggestion is also carry CB radio.
     
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  9. K6CLS

    K6CLS Ham Member QRZ Page

    Hi, enjoy your trip. Don't forget winsystem.org
     
  10. K7KBN

    K7KBN Ham Member QRZ Page

    Watch out for wildfires! An interesting place to make a quick stop would be Goblin Valley, a bit south of I-70 in Utah.
     
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