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Old 09-06-2016, 08:49 PM   #1
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Billings to Red Lodge to West Yellowstone

What are the best route to these destinations in a 35' MH gasser pulling a tow? Don't mind back tracking, my wife gets a little jittery. Thanks!


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If your wife gets 'jittery' then I'd suggest backtracking from Red Lodge. Take 78 to I-90 to 191 at Bozeman down to West Yellowstone.

You don't want to do Beartooth Pass on 212. Westbound you would have 21 miles of downhill at 6-8% grades with hairpin turns. The Pass is around 11,000' elevation.
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After some investigation and talking to people looks like we can take 78 to 90 and then 191 into West Yellowstone.


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