Also, at Whitefish you can stay on the Northern Tier to Glacier National Park, ride up and back down the west side of Going to the Sun Road and then head back to Whitefish and pick up the Great Parks. Well worth the few extra days.
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The funny thing about wildlife habitat in the western Unted States? It's growing into the urban areas as certain species become very good at thriving among the humans and their vast supplies of free food and nice places to hide.
FYI: T-Mobile does not work well in remote areas in the US. I use T-Mobile and will be crossing NV next week on US 50 expecting 3+ days without service.
Now to look into flights, maps, accomodation and all that other necessary business!
I fill up where I stay, if at a camp or room. On the road eight times out of ten I fill from the drink dispenser in a minimart or fast food place. I usually ask first and take ice as well. I also buy something like snacks or whatever. I don't recall ever being told no to that request. If I eat at a diner or other restaurant I ask them to fill my bottles. The remaining times I fill from whatever I find. In a few places the water was nasty enough that I would buy bottled water.
Trail Ikenberry: Twin Bridges - Butte - Anaconda - Georgetown Lake - Drummond - Clinton - Missoula