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The two RV Gypsies travelled in their RV
from Idaho to Wyoming

September 22, 2012: The two RV Gypsies drove their RV through downtown Montpelier in the County of Bear Lake, Idaho. Distance: 117 miles Elevation Change: Montpelier 5,984 feet to Salt River Pass at 7,630 feet and then to Jackson Hole at 6,236 feet.

bench in Montpelier Idaho with bears
bench in Montpelier Idaho with bears

The journey took the two RV Gypsies and their RV through the Rocky Mountains as US Route 89 entered Montpelier Canyon in the Preuss Range, crossed a short valley and entered Salt Canyon. After climbing to Salt River Pass, Highway 89 descended to Star Valley. For the next 45 miles, the road traveled north through an agricultural valley on the western flank of the Salt River Range. It was a tough ride in a big RV.

 

Salt River Pass - From this point, water flows north to the Snake River and then either to the Pacific Ocean or South to the Bear River and into Great Salt Lake.

Salt River Pass
fall colors
fall colors
fall colors

Then two RV Gypsies passed through Afton, Wyoming. Right across US Route 89 in the middle of Afton in the Star Valley, the two RV Gypsies drove under the world's largest elkhorn arch. Built in 1957, it is composed of over 3,000 antlers, and is 75 feet long and 18 feet high.

bench in Eton Wyoming
famous arch in Eton Wyoming
cowgirl in Eton Wyoming
monument in Eton Wyoming

A much needed rest stop at a pull-out in Etna, Wyoming, located in Star Valley.

fall colors
fall colors in wyoming
the RV of the two RV Gypsies
the RV of the two RV Gypsies

The two RV Gypsies followed a short path to get a look at the Snake River.

fall colors
fall colors
The Snake River and fall colors
The Snake River
The Snake River
The Snake River

Then the two RV Gypsies were on the road again.

The Snake River
sceneery and fall colors

The Snake River

a house on the highway

The Snake River
a house on the highway

US Route 89 entered the Grand Canyon of the Snake River. It emerged into South Park and continued to the town of Jackson, which is sometimes referred to as Jackson Hole.

look below

the next adventrure of the two rV gypssiesPlease go back to the Wyoming menu to Grand Tetons National Park more adventures in Jackson Hole, or travel forward to Yellowstone National Park and more.