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Old 08-03-2011, 12:06 PM   #1
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Frisco to Polson Route

We are currently at Tiger Run Resort near Frisco and planning to head to Polson next. Would like any input on which route to take. It appears we can either take I-25 N and then I-90 W or we can take I- 15 N.

Which route is easier? Which has steeper grades? Availability of diesel? Better scenery? We drive a 44' ft Monaco, pulling a toad.

What are your recommendations?

Martin and Bonnie Lyons
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I would assume that you either came through the Eisenhower tunnel or over Vail Pass to get to Breckinridge ...

I have not travelled all of the roads that you are asking about ... but I am quite sure that you you will not find any climbs any than those ... and certainly at lower elevations ...

Deisel is available along all of the interstates ... there is a Flying J, Love's, and Valero in Cheyene just south of the I-25 & I -80 interchange ... there are lots of Flying J's along I-15 in Utah ... all the big trucks need deisel ... so there are truck stops at least every 100 miles ...
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