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Drive from Spokane to Yoho/Banff/Jasper

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Hello all! My husband and I are planning a trip of a lifetime up to the Canadian Rockies and could not be more excited. I've scoured these forums and gotten so much amazing information about visiting these parks. We hope to spend 10 days around early to mid-August. Our plan right now is to fly into Spokane from Nashville and drive from there up into the parks. Our reason for doing this is to save a little $$ by flying southwest (this is the farthest north they fly). I haven't found much on people doing it his way and wondered if anyone had some experience to share on the matter. Also a side note- we will be tent camping in the parks for the entirety of the trip to save some money as well :) Thanks so much!!

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