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Triumphal Al Ramsay
Nanaimo, Canada   CAN
I am planning on towing a car on a trailer from the Seattle area to grand Forkss North Dakota.....anyone know of a route with the least steep hills through the mountains....just want the easiest route for me and my car....will be to. Wing the middle of May.... thanks

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I think I-90 will be the easiest. You have Sno pass over there east of Seattle but the passes through the Rockies (Idaho/Montana) are not that steep. No biggies after that.
Dan

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Tonyfixit Tony M
Duncan, BC, Canada   CAN
In reply to # 1448724 by Yellowhawk Valley I think I-90 will be the easiest. You have Sno pass over there east of Seattle but the passes through the Rockies (Idaho/Montana) are not that steep. No biggies after that.
Dan

Agree.

I have taken a loaded, gutless U Hual on the I-90 route, No problems.

If you have time, try to stop at Deer Lodge, Montana. and take in the depression era prison and the car museum :-)

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