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Old 08-09-2016, 09:45 PM   #1
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Coeur d'Alene to Glacier National Park

Wondering what is the best route for a 35' class a mh to get from Coeur d'Alene to Glacier National Park. Thanks for any help you can give.
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Hwy 200 to 28 to 93 north is one we've done with our 40' motorhome. It's probably the shortest miles. It's very scenic and follows a river.

Hwy 95 north to Hwy 2 is good as is I-90 to 93 north but these would be longer.

On I-90 you will drive Lookout Pass at 4725' elevation - not a biggie but it 6% for 2 miles then 5% for another mile then a gradual descent for another 10 miles.

Toss a coin.
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Just completed the same route (Hwy 200 to 28 to 93 north) in our coach. beautiful drive. stayed at san-suz-ed's near west Glacier. no mosquitoes either!
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It's been several years, we took 95N from CDL to Hwy 2, then across to Columbia Falls.

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We just did the trip coming in from Oregon. We took I-90, overnighted in St. Regis at the very nice Nugget RV park. The next day we took 135 (on recommendation from our hosts) to 200 to 28 to 93 at Flathead Lake. Then through Kalispell (with a stop for provisions) and then to highway 2 and stayed at North American RV Park in Coram.

North American was about 5 miles outside of Glacier and was a fine base of operations.

All the roads were very good with no issues.
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