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Old 03-18-2015, 11:28 PM   #15
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My wife is disabled and can't walk but maybe 50 ft. She does have a disability scooter. Could we see a lot of Glacier NP from our 34 ft motor home towing a Lincoln MKX? The open bus looks like a possibility also.
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Traveling north from Phoenix, it would be hard for me not to include Bryce. It's always tough when you have time constraints.
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My wife is disabled and can't walk but maybe 50 ft. She does have a disability scooter. Could we see a lot of Glacier NP from our 34 ft motor home towing a Lincoln MKX? The open bus looks like a possibility also.

There are very few roads in Glacier. It's really a hiking park. I would advise that you plan on taking a tour through the park on the red busses.
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My wife is disabled and can't walk but maybe 50 ft. She does have a disability scooter. Could we see a lot of Glacier NP from our 34 ft motor home towing a Lincoln MKX? The open bus looks like a possibility also.
You won't be taking that 34' MH on the Going to the Sun Road, towing or not. There are free buses running constantly inside the park. The red tour cars cost money, but then both of you get to enjoy the views. The red cars will also take you on the one way road to Many Glacier. There is a loop trail near the lodge on Lake McDonald that is wheel chair friendly. Took these lousy pictures of a deer in the forest, oblivious to people on the trail. Magical moment.
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