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Old 08-30-2006, 02:14 PM   #1
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Rock Creek Road Red Lodge MT

My Wife & I and a friend were crusing from Cody WY to Red Lodge MT over Dead Indian Pass and the Beartooth Moutains a month ago and on the way down toward Red Lodge, MT we stopped at a rest stop / senic view and could see a dirt road going west up a creek in the bottom. We were both on GS's so we decided to "take that road". We went into Red Lodge and fueled and then ran back up to the waypoint (014) I had marked on our way past earlier. This is an excellent 17 mile round trip with camprounds (marked as such on GPX file) and a rest room at the end. It is rocky but my wife and I had no problems 2 up. This si my first post of a GPX file so I hope it works!
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Old 11-12-2006, 08:01 PM   #2
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I downloaded the file and it worked fine. I go to the Beartooth BMW rally every year so I know the road you took. Nice area to ride.
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Old 11-25-2006, 06:42 PM   #3
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Rock Creek Road Trip

I don't do the GPS thing yet, however I am wanting to buy the Garmin 60 CXS. If you guys liked the Rock creek road you will love the road to Medicine lake in the Beaverhead NF. Look it up and ride it next time your in the area. Watch out for the mud hole and logging trucks.
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Old 02-17-2008, 07:29 AM   #4
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My Wife & I and a friend were crusing from Cody WY to Red Lodge MT over Dead Indian Pass and the Beartooth Moutains a month ago and on the way down toward Red Lodge, MT we stopped at a rest stop / senic view and could see a dirt road going west up a creek in the bottom. We were both on GS's so we decided to "take that road". We went into Red Lodge and fueled and then ran back up to the waypoint (014) I had marked on our way past earlier. This is an excellent 17 mile round trip with camprounds (marked as such on GPX file) and a rest room at the end. It is rocky but my wife and I had no problems 2 up. This si my first post of a GPX file so I hope it works!
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Old 11-11-2009, 07:34 PM   #5
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I don't do the GPS thing yet, however I am wanting to buy the Garmin 60 CXS.
Best price for new, that I've seen, is PC Nation. Garmin CSX for $248. This is a great price for new. I just bought a used one, with some extras, and love it. Just starting to figure out the mapping, tracks, etc.
http://www.pcnation.com/web/details....06&item=0833AA
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