This is a very common driving route for RV'ers of all types. In some places the road is a little narrow but very doable. You will cross the Continental Divide but the climb is gradual for the most part.
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Just did it - up and back - in the last month or so. Hills and curves but nothing that most anyone can't handle. I think you cross the Cont Divide twice. Very pretty drive and very, very busy. Try and get to it as early in the day as possible.
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We just made that same trip with no problem. There is a section not all that far after you enter the park that is narrow and has a significant drop-off on the right side but it is only a couple of miles in length. I think the speed limit is only 35 on that stretch anyway and you can always slow down a bit it it bothers you. Once you get past that area the rest of the trip is easy.
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Sure can't think of any reason it would NOT be wise. You'll be in a line of a whole BUNCH of other RVs doing the same. Taken the route many times and don't recall ANY road that is less than standard two lane width except for possibly the Lemar Valley.
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"All facilities at Lake, Fishing Bridge, Tower/Roosevelt, and Grant Village, as well as most campgrounds, have closed for the season; although 24-hour pay at the pump fuel is available at all otherwise closed service stations.
All park roads except the road from Gardiner through Mammoth to Cooke City will close for the season Monday morning, November 7, at 8:00 a.m. The park's North Entrance and the road to Cooke City remain open to wheeled vehicles all year, weather permitting. There could be up to 30-minute delays this fall on the road between Tower Junction and Cooke City due to a bridge replacement project.
For current road information, call: 307-344-7381."