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Old 07-14-2016, 03:43 PM   #11
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I've only done the Beartooth Highway on a motorcycle (highly recommended).
This was taken at the summit of the Beartooth Highway on a 6,000 mile motorcycle trip. Great road!

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Old 07-14-2016, 04:30 PM   #12
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Charles Kuralt labelled the Beartooth the most scenic highway in America. I agree. Just make sure your vehicle is up to it.

Dave, my Dad also served in the European theatre, but I got precious few stories out of him before he died.

After what those guys went through to save civilization, it makes hearing any modern day complaints so trivial.
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Old 07-14-2016, 04:35 PM   #13
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This was taken at the summit of the Beartooth Highway on a 6,000 mile motorcycle trip. Great road!

True Steve, but just about any road is a great road on a Gold Wing.




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Old 07-14-2016, 04:46 PM   #14
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We are planning a trip from southern Alberta down to Montana and Idaho this summer with our new to us 17B. This just got added to our list!
Many Pines Campground on Hwy 89 in the Lewis and Clark National Forest is a nice stop on the way down or back. No hookups but only $10 per night. Nice couple as camp hosts as well.
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Old 07-14-2016, 05:18 PM   #15
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When we rode the Harleys to Sturgis we usually included the Beartooth one way or the other, although it did require leathers and a coffee stop, or was that a beer stop.
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The most famous of the Beartooth Highway’s adjoining scenic byways is the historic Chief Joseph Scenic Byway This well worth the drive as well in Red lodge there is a Koa (I think can t remember that far back which makes a great baseto see both roads) I will say I rember the Koa being run down but we were there to see the site
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Old 07-14-2016, 06:04 PM   #17
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Sounds like something for the "bucket list": RV Travel Tales: Traveling the Beartooth Scenic Highway - RV Life
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This was taken at the summit of the Beartooth Highway on a 6,000 mile motorcycle trip. Great road!

I am supposing that there is a refrigerator and four batteries in there somewhere.
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When we rode the Harleys to Sturgis we usually included the Beartooth one way or the other, although it did require leathers and a coffee stop, or was that a beer stop.
Jack and Nancy, only on 4 wheels now, that's 4 apiece.
Jack, I took the Honda 305 Superhawk over some pretty big country when I rode from eastern Iowa to Idaho in early June 1969. Not much interstate then but plenty of snow from Deer Lodge down to Missoula. Sold the Honda in 1970 and bought an engagement ring and never looked back. 46 years and counting. We're now finally winning some of those longest married dances at wedding receptions. Hope you're having a great summer.
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Many Pines Campground on Hwy 89 in the Lewis and Clark National Forest is a nice stop on the way down or back. No hookups but only $10 per night. Nice couple as camp hosts as well.
Shhhhh, don't let the secret out. We stayed at Many Pines on our way back from Osoyoos
Very nice. Had two marten cross the road in front of us just north of there. First ones this flatland Iowa boy ever saw. Looked like a big buck mink on steroids.
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