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Old 06-16-2007, 02:10 PM   #1
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Between Glacier National Park and Yellowstone National Park.

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Between Glacier National Park and Yellowstone National Park.

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I took Hwy 2 to Shelby. then I 15 to Helena, 287 out of Helena all the way to West Yellowstone. The Hwys are wide mostly two lane , smooth, and no significant grades. The KOA in Three Forks Mt was enjoyable level spaces, plenty of trees and nice folks. The area is scenic and historic...the headwaters of the Gallatin, Jefferson, and Madison rivers which form the Missouri. Great Falls also has an outstanding Lewis and Clark exhibition and to the North of Great Falls a boatride through the canyons that presented the expedition to its first view of the Rockies...SORRY for going on and on but my wife and I enjoyed this area so much we've gone back twice. The last time in 2005
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Oopps...the boat rise is North of Helena. I think its referred to as the gateway or gates to the rockies
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Thanks Ronnie,

I guess I should have been more specific. I plan to enter Yellowstone from the north into Mammoth Hot Springs.

We will be heading up to Glacier NP from the south on I 15 and then over to Missoula and on up to Glacier NP. Microsoft S&T has us back tracking on the same route south, but your route looks more interesting and different scenery at least to Helena.

Can I drive a MH from West Glacier to East Glacier on Rt 2?

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Yes, route 2 is very drivable. You CANNOT drive the Hwy to the Sun inside Glacier in your motorhome.
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I think I will use Rt 2 on my return trip down to Yellowstone.

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