Going to Yellowstone

April 5, 2010 By: Marshall Cutchin

Lewis River in Yellowstone National Park

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On NationalParksTraveler.com, Kurt Repanshek gives an excellent introduction to all Yellowstone car-entry points (save the northeast entrance, reminds a commenter) and a compendium of useful links. “Coming through Idaho you’ll need to travel U.S. 20 up through Island Park on the Henry’s Fork of the Snake River, past the hamlet of Macks Inn, and over Targhee Pass to West Yellowstone, one of my favorite gateway towns with rich history and some colorful personality. If you’re coming through southern Montana and want to reach West Yellowstone, you’ll want to get off I-90 at Belgrade, Montana, and shoot down U.S. 191 about 90 miles.”

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