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Old 07-19-2020, 05:19 AM   #1
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I have the basic route planned out but am looking at an option and would appreciate any feedback on that. We will take I-74 across Illinois then end up on US-20 across Iowa to I-29. Now my first thought is I-90 into Idaho but we could go up I-29 to I-94 until it joins I-90 In Montana.
I also see getting off I-94 at Glendive and going to 200 across most of Montana back to I-90. What should we expect to find in mountains and road conditions etc. if we would try that route?
Not looking for things to do, we are just going out for a short visit so just traveling through and thought maybe go out one way and back the other. That way we would get a little different scenery on the return trip. Road conditions and RV friendly places to overnight, rest areas etc. Thanks, Jim.

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Following this thread for upcoming WI to N. Idaho trip.

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If time is not an issue, hwy 200 is scenic.and the speed limits are 65/70 even on most of the 2 lanes...Just be aware that most is considered "open range" for livestock. (and deer).
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