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Old 09-28-2015, 10:03 AM   #1
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Hwy 2 from Spokane through to Shelby Montana

Driving a 40 foot towing a toad.
Trying to find info on the grade, condition, etc of Hwy 2.
I mentioned I was going to go on 90 but was told that
it is longer and steeper than 2.

Anyone have first hand knowledge????
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have used it several times ,last time a couple of years ago. the road is very scenic with out any major grades. watch you speed in the small towns as they looking for speeding tourist.
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We did it as the year at this time, 35' plus toad. You will run into some climbing through the Rockies and Glacier, but nothing major. It was any easy drive for us. Most of it is pretty flat across Eastern Montana and North Dakota.
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Thanks for the info. Will probably cut some miles off rather than taking 90
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I believe Hwy 2 will be the slower route, two lane all the way. If speed and time are a concern I-90 is the way to go. We have traversed I-90 thru that area, never had a problem.


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I am retired. Speed and time ceased to exist.
Worked 45 years to be able to slow down and smell the roses.

Just trying to cover all kinds of scenic roads, towns, etc.
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Great, I would suggest 2 for better scenery.


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