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Which route from Yellowstone to Bozeman

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We are staying 2 days at the OFI. Our primary interests are the Geysers and hot springs along with seeing the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone. Should we exit through the north entrance and stay in Gardiner on our last night ( i have a reservation at the Absaroka Lodge on the river) or should we exit through West Yellowstone (I also have a reservation at the Three Bear Lodge) heading up 191 instead. I figured doing this might give us a chance to see the Wildlife center in West Yellowstone. Which would be a more scenic route, which would be the quickest/easiest drive? I am just wondering if we will have time to leave out of the North entrance since we will be there only 2.5 days. Not sure if we will have time at all for Lamar or Hayden. We will stay overnight in the Butte area and then head to Glacier National Park.

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