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Old 10-01-2016, 01:11 PM   #1
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Idaho 20 between Yellowstone and Boise

I am traveling from West Yellowstone to Bosie. Thinking of taking Hwy 20 thru Craters of the Moon rather than the interstate. How is this drive?

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Old 10-01-2016, 02:48 PM   #2
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I think you mean Boise, ID. I've traveled US 20 to the US 26 junction, then on to Craters of the Moon NM. The route passes many volcanic features that eventually became Yellowstone volcano. (I've taught geology in Yellowstone) Craters is a very interesting place, take a warm jacket and flashlight if you go into the various lava tubes. You might also plan to stop in Arco, ID on the way and visit the First Breeder Reactor. It's very interesting, very over engineered in a 1950 style.

I've then gone on to Boise using I-84 on US 26. I've not been on the stretch of US 20 between Cary and Mountain Home, I used US 26. I don't see any issues using US 20, I was just following the Snake River Valley on US 26.


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it is a good two lane road lots of rv 's and truck during the peak season. this time of year should be clear and a nice drive. i take every couple of years with out any problem.
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