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Old 04-05-2021, 10:06 AM   #1
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Best Route Kansas City to Glacier NP

Looking for opinions on whether to go I90 or I94 across to Glacier in mid July. Is one route better than the other and why.

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I-90 is a little shorter - 1389 miles to the east side of Glacier vs I-94 @ 1471 miles.... don't know what side you're heading.

Either is good, just depends if you want to stop and see anything and what.
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We've been to Glacier several times, via KC and we've always had a good experience with I-90.
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I don't understand your question, I-94 western end is in Billings, MT and does not cross over to Glacier NP
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If you want the truckers route you go I29 north to Sioux falls, I90 west to whitewood SD, SD 34 through Belle Fourche US 212 to Crow Agency and get back on I90 At Billings you take Wy 3 north to US 12 to US 191 north to US 87 to great falls Get on I 15 N to US2 west. It will bring you to the SE entrance to the park. This is the fastest way. If you want to see more stuff there are a number of different ways. You could go up to I 80 and cut cross country on US 26 to I 25 North to I90. Unless you want to see something specifically you will not go any where near I94. All of the US Hiways listed are good roads, two lane mostly but all are used by big trucks. Get a map out and enjoy your trip.
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