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South Dakota, Montana, Lake Louise

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Heading out late August for 3+ week trip. Flying in and out of Denver, Co. (had do do it this way because of companion air fare) We are used to lots of driving, so extra car time won't bother us. We want to see Mt. Rushmore, Badlands, Angel (?) Cave, then work our way over to Montana to Glacier National Park, from there going up to the Lake Louise/Jasper area, then we will work our way back to Denver. Would like the best scenic routes between these places and what to see/do along the way. Love scenic and wildlife. We have been to Yellowstone, Jackson Hole, Tetons, that's why I didn't mention any of these places. ALL help will be muchly appreciated. Thanks.

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