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Old 08-19-2013, 06:41 PM   #1
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bozeman to yellowstone

would love to hear the differences between the two routes from Bozeman to Yellowstone. 191 vs 89, which is recommended, more scenic, etc. thank you

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Old 08-19-2013, 07:53 PM   #2
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Depends on your definition of scenic. I prefer 191 along the Gallatin River vs. 89 along the Yellowstone River. 191 has some construction on it now so you might have to wait for a bit for the pilot vehicle to run you through the construction zone but it shouldn't delay you that much. 191 will lead you to West Yellowstone and the west side of the park which will be easier to handle with an RV. (What are you driving/towiing?) 89 will take you to the north entrance and Mammoth. You will immediately go into a switch-back steep climb situation to reach Mammoth inside the north entrance. The Yellowstone valley (Paradise Valley) is much more wide open than the Gallatin and the Paradise Valley currently has some forest fire activity which is probably going to "smoke" you up a little right now. The Gallatin Valley (191) is where they filmed the fishing scenes for "A River Runs Through It" if you are familiar with that film. Much steeper canyon walls and narrower passage as you wind your way south.

Hope this is some help. I am familiar with this area since I live in the Bozeman area (actually closer to Belgrade).

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