Greetings fellow travelers! I am headed to Wyoming and Montana in August, and if the border opens in later August, I may meander my way up through BC to Bella Coola.
But for the U.S. leg of the journey, I’ll be heading East to Wyoming from Lee Vining area after exiting Yosemite. I am meeting family in Yellowstone and then we are heading south to Jackson Hole and the Grand Tetons. Since Lamar Valley is north, I am thinking of heading there first from the eastern entrance, then dropping down to Yellowstone where I’ll meet family, then spend some days with them in Yellowstone and the Grand Tetons (six days max) then head north on my own to Glacier NP.
Wondering if my plan is feasible, or if anyone has any input regarding scenic routes. Wanting to avoid interstates as much as possible. My priorities are heavily forested areas, back roads, rivers and wildlife. I disperse camp as often as I can. Primitive campgrounds are ok too.