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Old 06-12-2016, 02:29 PM   #1
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What do you think is the best route is to head up to interstate 90 from west Yellowstone heading east home? Thanks for all the help Not really wanting to go into Bozeman, is the road good heading up to Livingston in a class a
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What do you think is the best route is to head up to interstate 90 from west Yellowstone heading east home? Thanks for all the help Not really wanting to go into Bozeman, is the road good heading up to Livingston in a class a
If in a hurry just head north to I-90, if you have the time why not enjoy the drive and head out Chief Joseph Hwy catch red Lodge and Cody then On south to Thermopolis and Shoshoni and the Wind River Canyon - beautiful drive - On to Craig - to Steamboat -Rabbit Ears - through RMNP or the Eisenhower Tunnel to Golden and Rt 6 to Denver to I-70 to Rt 36 to Hannibal and on home.

Might add 3-5 hours to the entire trip - but OH what you get to SEE.

So my simple answer to the original question is Yes ......but Why?

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If in a hurry just head north to I-90, if you have the time why not enjoy the drive and head out Chief Joseph Hwy catch red Lodge and Cody then On south to Thermopolis and Shoshoni and the Wind River Canyon - beautiful drive - On to Craig - to Steamboat -Rabbit Ears - through RMNP or the Eisenhower Tunnel to Golden and Rt 6 to Denver to I-70 to Rt 36 to Hannibal and on home.

Might add 3-5 hours to the entire trip - but OH what you get to SEE.

So my simple answer to the original question is Yes ......but Why?

BOL,

Thanks but that sounds just like the route we came out on, beautiful drive
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Last time we were at Yellowstone we took I/90 to exit 298, Belgrade, onto 191. It was the easiest drive ever into W. Yellowstone. We have used the North, South, and East entrances and all are good (not the North East) but 191 was far and away the easiest.
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If heading east we like to drive through Yellowstone (early morning before the crowds and more critters to see) to Cody/Greybull/Worland and Hwy 16 east to Buffalo and I-90.
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I really enjoyed driving up the 89 from Gardiner. Much easier than the 287 we came in on. No experience with 191, though next time we visit we may try that.
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