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Old 06-17-2012, 03:39 PM   #1
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Road work on southern entrance to Yellowstone

Just thought I'd post this; I had looked up a lot of things about getting into Yellowstone, and we had a great trip, but we were surprised when road construction coming up through the Tetons (i.e., southern route) meant "several miles of unpaved road behind a pilot car." If it's raining and you go that way, it's going to be fairly muddy, I expect. It wasn't terrible but definitely bouncy and required attention.

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That's 'par for the course' in Wyoming. Togwotee Pass (US 26/287) has been under construction like that for YEARS. With a short summer and few detour alternatives, the Wyoming Dept. of Trans. often maintains traffic through construction as you described. I believe the WYDOT is still the biggest employer in the state!
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