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Driving the road to Polebridge

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We have a cabin rented for 3 nights in the middle of July that is about a mile outside Polebridge. We are going to be renting a vehicle for the 2 weeks we will be in Glacier.

The road to Polebridge is not paved. Has anyone had any experience driving this road? Would you recommend we get an SUV instead of a car? Obviously the SUV is considerably more expensive then a car and it doesn't sound like we would need it for anywhere else. We've gotten conflicting opinions when we called the rental agencies. One said get a mini SUV the other said she drives it in her car and has no problem.

There are just 2 of us so we don't need the space, it's just the issue of the road, not wanting to get stuck or damage a rental car.

Thanks,

CindyP

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