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Hello. I am traveling to Mt. Rushmore, then dude ranch, then Cody, then Yellowstone, then Grand Tetons.

I am confused about which route to take from Cody to Lake Yellowstone. I am traveling at the end of May (2 weeks from now).

Should I enter through East Gate or North gate? Also, can you give some driving itineraries? I am staying at Lake Yellowstone Hotel for one night and then onto Old Faithful Inn for one night. Then headed to Jackson Lake Lodge for 2 nights before leaving for home.

I am very confused about North Loop or South Loop, etc.

I have 3 kids, (6,11,12), 2 adults, and 2 seniors.

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