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Old 01-12-2016, 09:51 AM   #1
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Sturgis to Yellowstone

Working on plans for a summer trip out west. On the agenda is a visit to Sturgis/Mt Rushmore etc then to Yellowstone. Looking at my road atlas it looks like I should take I-90 west to Buffalo, Montana but I need route suggestions from this point forward to Yellowstone. There are a couple choices but not sure which is best. I have a gas coach pulling a toad and concerned about real steep long grades. Don't mind going a bit out of our way to avoid.

Whats your thoughts on US16 west out of Buffalo to Worland then US16/20 north to Greybull then west on US14/20 into Yellowstone?

Also any campground recommendations for Yellowstone?

Thanks in advance for your help.
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I would take I-90 west. It is a flat road (after all, your are in a prairie) and it would make towing easy.

From there, I would get on Highway 14 (or 14A) out of Ranchester to Yellowstone.

Of course, there are things to see along the way such as Devil's Tower.
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Cool

That's exactly the route I took last summer to Yellowstone, with a stop in Cody. There will be many signs in I-90 stating that you should take that route to Yellowstone. There are some grades, but nothing too bad.

Enjoy...it's a very nice drive
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Beautiful country no matter which you go! Cody was great town, be sure to spend some time there. We had a blast.
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