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Old 02-18-2019, 07:22 PM   #1
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Between Stugis and Glacier

Greetings , Since I am a newbie at this, I am thinking that I have to learn somewhere. I have 5 days to burn from Stugis to Glacier National Park. ANy suggestions ?Mighty obliged.
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Take the secondary roads and stop in at small towns along the way.
Many have interesting history and some even have nice RV/campgrounds.
Best route is the interesting one, and that usually isn't the freeway.
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Well, thereís Devils Tower in eastern Wyoming, Cody museum in Cody Wyoming for starters.
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Little Big Horn National Battlefield and Museum. This place is well worth the stop and spending a few hours. Very sobering when you walk up the rise and see the markers where Custer and so many of his men fell.

If you are traveling west, there is an RV Park in Hardin we've stayed at a couple of times. Nothing spectacular for sure, but works well for an overnite after a hard day's travel.
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You didn't state east or west Glacier.

Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park is very nice for a tour of the caverns.

Cody/Red Lodge

Ennis/Virginia City Ghost Town

Lots of national forest campgrounds to just relax.
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Thanks to all! Sounds like some excellent ideas. Mighty obliged.
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Through Bighorns to Cody, North to Chief Joseph Scenic, Into NE Yellowstone, out through Gardner and up.
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Through Bighorns to Cody, North to Chief Joseph Scenic, Into NE Yellowstone, out through Gardner and up.
Yep- we did that after the Sturgis rally several yrs ago .
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Lot's to do but 5 days isn't enough. Pick and choose;
Devils Tower
Little Big Horn
Cody (the museum is a must see)
Yellowstone
Glacier
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