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Old 04-14-2015, 10:23 PM   #1
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Best route from Bozeman Mt to W. Glacier

we will be staying at Walmart in Bozeman and then heading to cg near Columbia Falls, Montana in late July. Best route from I90 appears to be SR93? Don't need scenic at that time, just a good safe road to travel with our 40 coach and toad. Any help is appreciated.
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US 93 is a good road, very pretty going up past Flathead Lake with the mountains to the east. It is one of the shortest access roads to the west side of Glacier NP. You can't use the 'Going to the Sun Road' that goes across Glacier E-W, it's restricted from vehicles of your size.
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US 93 is a good road, very pretty going up past Flathead Lake with the mountains to the east. It is one of the shortest access roads to the west side of Glacier NP. You can't use the 'Going to the Sun Road' that goes across Glacier E-W, it's restricted from vehicles of your size.
Ok thank you.
That is what we were thinking but wanted some feedback from folks.
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Last year we went up from the east side of Missoula and took highway 200 and then highway 83 north. This is one valley to the east from the Flathead Lake valley. Road was in great condition, not too busy and very scenic. It puts you right into Columbia Falls. No issues pulling our unit of 52' (truck and trailer).
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Last year we went up from the east side of Missoula and took highway 200 and then highway 83 north. This is one valley to the east from the Flathead Lake valley. Road was in great condition, not too busy and very scenic. It puts you right into Columbia Falls. No issues pulling our unit of 52' (truck and trailer).
Thanks for another good option. We are looking forward to our trip.
Any Glacier must do's???? We have reserved a Red Bus tour for one day there. Any other suggestions ??

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Many great trails to explore, but if you want to see the sights up high at Logan Pass Visitor's Center, get there early because parking is limited.
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