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203 Mile Glasgow to Scobey Loop

Scobey

GETTING TO MONTANA IS EASIER THAN EVER

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From Glasgow, go north on Hwy 24 to Opheim, take highway 248 to Scobey (you’ll be riding just 10 miles south of the Canadian border) then Hwy 13 south to Wolf Point, and West on Hwy 2 back to Glasgow. All 3 of these towns have gas, food, drinks, and friendly people. Heck, you could meet some Canadians. 

THINGS TO SEE/DO:

In Scobey walk the boardwalks of a life-size old west Montana town. The pioneer town contains more than 50 buildings from the Homestead Era.

Scobey

Being at the end of the Great Northern rails helped Scobey become the largest primary wheat shipping point in North America in 1924.
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Glasgow

On May 8, 1805, the first "tourists" to this region, the Lewis and Clark Expedition, camped at the confluence of the Milk and Missouri rivers, about 18 miles southeast of present-day Glasgow.
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Wolf Point

An old trading post was established here in fur trading days which later developed into a cow town as herds were trailed in.
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