This route features wonderful Montana cattle-farmland across the Garnet Mountain range from US 12 to MT Route 200 (I took it South to North). You'll see beautiful unspoiled pasture lands with picturesque mountain backdrops. I took this route in the late spring and was in awe of how green and lush the grasslands were. About half way through the route I came upon the breathtaking Nevada Reservoir. Later the route spills over and through a massive valley and finally ends as route 141 runs straight into the side of a mountain where the road T's into MT Route 200.
Towns/Cities You'll Pass By/Through
No towns along this wonderful lonely stretch of asphalt ... pure scenic drive here! It's road conditions are very good and it has a nice collection of sweeping turns as well as hills. But the best thing about this route is that it's out of the way enough that you'll nearly have it all to yourself ... in the hour or so I was on it while stopping multiple times to snap some photos, a car never passed me going the same direction I was going. And, only a few cars passed me heading the other way.
Attractions & Points-of-Interests Along the Way
This route shines with great scenery & road conditions & solitude ... that same solitude that makes for a great escape from it all also means that there is really nothing to do along the way. If you want gas you'll need to get it before or after and if you want food, you should try Lincoln, MT.
Reviewed by Guest on August 3, 2010 (1 out of 1 members found this review useful.)
Comments: This is a nice lonely little road up in the mountains. The pictures provided do a good job of showing you what to expect. Except there is a very nice reservoir that is worth stoping at and taking some photos like I did. I'm planning on uploading those pics to this site soon.