[QUOTE=salmo7000;771741]At the end of May, there is no way to get to Paradise (by driving anyway!) other than going in from the Montana side. Not sure how it would work with self-quarantining in Montana for 14 days, then going to Idaho and launching that day or the next day.
Just to clear up one point of confusion, Travelers passing through Montana on the way to Idaho don't have to quarantine. See below for the official Montana website. As far a quarantine in Idaho, that is scheduled to end May 29 - unless extended by State directive.
Do travelers coming into Montana need to self-quarantine?
Yes. On March 30, Governor Bullock issued a directive
that states: "Any person coming to Montana from another state or country for a non-work-related purpose must immediately self-quarantine for 14 days. If a person will be present in Montana for fewer than 14 days, that person must self-quarantine for the duration of the visit."
Any person who has already arrived in Montana from another state or country for a non-work-related purpose before the date of this Directive must immediately self-quarantine for the remainder of a 14-day period beginning on the date of their arrival in Montana, or until their departure from Montana—whichever is sooner.
The directive applies to both Montana residents and non-residents.
These quarantine restrictions do not apply in the following circumstances:
1. to persons traveling through Montana en route to another destination; or
2. to public health, public safety, or healthcare workers
Read the full directive here: Quarantine for Travelers (pdf)
Note that on April 22, the governor extended
the mandatory quarantine directive until further notice. (Specifically, the mandatory quarantine directive is extended through the end of the emergency, unless modified by subsequent directive.)