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Old 07-22-2017, 06:27 AM   #1
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Wyoming route 212

Am considering route 212 from tower junction, wy , to Billings. Have 2 passes to negotiate. Is this a good idea with a 32 class A?

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We've gone from west Yellowstone to Bozeman. It would be scenic.

The section from GTNP once you are in Yellowstone is nasty for about 20 miles. Steep clifs, no berm. No guide rail. TYPICAL NP roads not designed for modern vehicles, traffic density.

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That is the Bear Tooth Highway and it goes over Bear Tooth Pass. I would not go down the pass in a motorhome but lots of fellow RVrs do it. Best advise is go to YouTube and watch several videos of the pass. Good Luck.
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Old 07-24-2017, 11:43 AM   #4
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That is the Bear Tooth Highway and it goes over Bear Tooth Pass. I would not go down the pass in a motorhome but lots of fellow RVrs do it. Best advise is go to YouTube and watch several videos of the pass. Good Luck.
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