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Old 02-13-2020, 02:57 AM   #15
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Decided to take (from Red Lodge) MT 308 to US 212 yo MT 72/WY120 to WY 296 (Chief Joseph Hwy) to US 212 beyond the dangerous part. I do not remember it being so dangerous when I drove it 10 years ago in a car. I don't want to chance it in a RV towing a car. Besides I want my wife to enjoy the trip and continue RVing with me. Better this way I suppose. Does this route sound do-able?

Thanks for all the help you all have provided for me to plan this. Already have a reservation in West Yellowstone at grizzly rv park. Just need to get through the upper loop to the other side with the rv and toad.
Hi Charles,

That route is imminently doable. I go from Cody via Wy120 to WY296 about every other year. I tow a Jeep behind my 34' gas motorhome. Not problems all the way to West Yellowstone.

Be sure to take some pictures. At the foot of Dead Indian Pass is a beautiful little Forest Service Campground. If your timing is right you might want to stay there for the night. Just beyond the campground is a bridge over an abrupt, deep canyon. Pull into the parking lot and walk out onto the bridge for a great view, good pictures and maybe a few deep gasps!!!

The following picture does not do it justice!
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