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Traveling cross country with 2 dogs in June. Yellowstone or Glacier??

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We are moving from Baltimore to Seattle and it's a last minute trip I'm planning because we only just found out what week we need to move. We are taking 2 cars and 2 dogs and would like to see some sights along the way. I have most of the trip planned, but can't decide between Yellowstone or Glacier National Park. I know the dogs can't come hiking with us in either park, so is one more car-friendly than the other? I still want to be able to see some sights in the park from the road since that's as far as we can roam with our pups.

Any advice would be awesome. It's difficult to travel with dogs in places that you want to explore and they're not allowed but I really don't think I want to kennel them just so I can see some pretty sights.

Also - I've read that Custer's hiking trails are dog friendly - is this safe? Has anyone done this with their pups?

Thanks!

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