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post #11 of 15 (permalink) Old 02-24-2019, 10:56 AM
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Breathtaking scenery. A bucket list ride for sure.
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Hello neighbor. Over in Coeur d'Alene here. Definitely head up the CDA river and through Thompson Falls. You have to be ready for snow, I have hit snow in August at Going to the Sun Road. Stay in daylight travel mode, lots of deer moving in this area, particularly at and after dusk.
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I highly recommend that a visit include taking one of the old time looking bus tours. When you're the driver of your bike, there is a lot you miss; even IF you don't text! My better half suggested it. I was very glad that we took advantage of it.
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Hello neighbor. Over in Coeur d'Alene here. Definitely head up the CDA river and through Thompson Falls. You have to be ready for snow, I have hit snow in August at Going to the Sun Road. Stay in daylight travel mode, lots of deer moving in this area, particularly at and after dusk.
Agree 100%. Very little traffic. Loved Hwy 200 and others on the way.

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The "low" road back into East Glacier is a great ride as well, lots of tight twisties and way less vehicular traffic than the Logan Pass as you travel through the hills before getting into the more populated park. Be mindful of cattle gates and livestock though. They can ruin a great day.

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