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Old 02-24-2008, 08:22 AM   #1
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Can I tow my 36ft Fiver on Hwy 89 in Montana?
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Can I tow my 36ft Fiver on Hwy 89 in Montana?
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Old 02-24-2008, 09:20 AM   #3
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I would give you a thumbs up. It shows on Montana state site as a Minor Arterialand as a Primary Route. It might not be of help but I pulled a 24 5th wheel over it in 94 and enjoyed the mountains and very few vehicles but this was in April and I ran into snow at one of the ski areas on the way over.

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89 is marked as a safe route for heavy truck traffic. To me that means it is also safe for RV's. I intersected with 89 from US 2. From there North to ST. Mary's 89 was very good driving.
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An alternate route to Glacier NP, and I must say, a very scenic route is US 287, I-90 and US 93. Crossing the Continental Divide east of Butte is not a terrible deal.

Travelling through the valleys on 287 and 93 is beautiful.
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