About Bozeman, Montana
Bozeman, Montana is recognized as one of the best places to live in the country. Clean air, clean water, mountain vistas, rich culture... There is everything to love about Bozeman.
Beartooth Scenic Byway
Recorded July 18, 2014
The Beartooth Highway is an All-American Road that has been called the most beautiful drive in America, by late CBS correspondent Charles Kuralt. Because of heavy snowfall at the top, the pass is usually open each year only from mid May through mid October. The Beartooth Highway is the section of U.S. Route 212 between Red Lodge, Montana and Cooke City, Montana. It traces a series of steep zigzags and switchbacks, along the Montana-Wyoming border to the 10,947 foot high Beartooth Pass.
montana travel, top 47 Most Beautiful places In Montana of the United States
Montana is a state in the Western area of the United States. The state's name is gotten from the Spanish word montaña (mountain). Montana has a few monikers, albeit none official,including Huge Sky Country and The Treasure State, and trademarks that incorporate Place that is known for the Shining Mountains and all the more as of late The Last Best Place. Montana has a 545-mile (877 km) outskirt with three Canadian areas: British Columbia, Alberta, and Saskatchewan, the main state to do so.It additionally fringes North Dakota and South Dakota toward the east, Wyoming toward the south, and Idaho toward the west and southwest. Montana is positioned fourth in estimate, however 44th in populace and 48th in populace thickness of the 50 United States. The western third of Montana contains various mountain ranges. Littler island ranges are found all through the state. Altogether, 77 named ranges are a piece of the Rocky Mountains. The eastern portion of Montana is described by western prairie territory and barren wilderness.More information about Montana please visit at :
Montana most beautifule places we're visiting lists bellow:
Yellowstone National Park,
Lewis and Clark Caverns State Park,
East Glacier Park Village,
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument,
Crystal Lake and Big Snowy Mountains near Lewistown,
Upper Missouri River Breaks National Monument,
Eureka Montana Lake Koocanusa Views,
Cooke City-Silver Gate,
Continental Divide Trail,
Wild Horse Island,
Montana Backcountry Philipsburg, MT,
St. Mary, Montana
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Incredible Scenic Beartooth Highway – between Montana and Wyoming
Incredible Scenic Beartooth Highway – between Montana and Wyoming.
“The most beautiful road in America” was coined by the late Charles Kuralt to describe this outstanding 67 mile corridor crossing the top of Montana and Wyoming. The highway opened in 1936 and was declared impossible to build by many engineers.
The Beartooth Highway is listed as a National Scenic Byways All-American Road. The highway is the quickest route between Red Lodge, Montana and Cooke City, Montana near the north-east entrance to Yellowstone National Park.
At 11,947 feet above sea level (that’s over two miles high), the road is the highest elevation highway in the Northern Rocky Mountains. It is closed from mid-October to late May because of snow on the roadway, some years over 20 feet deep!
Be prepared for adverse conditions in the summertime since winds can blow over 100 MPH and 70 degree days can plummet to below freezing during sudden snowstorms!
This sequence was captured with three cameras; a GoPro Hero2 and Hero3 Black, and a Canon Vixia HFS-100 camcorder. Editing was accomplished with Adobe Premier Pro.
Music “Carpe Diem” and Aretes by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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Soda Butte Lodge Cooke City Montana
The place to be on a cold winters day ! Soda Butte Lodge Cooke City Montana
CampgroundViews.com - Hunter Peak Campground Cody Wyoming (Cooke City Montana) Forest Service
takes user submitted videos combined with professional editing to provide tent and RV campers with a first person view of a campground or RV park. Hunter Peak Campground northwest of Cody Wyoming (Cooke City Montana) is A US Forest Service Campground (Shoshone) offering 10 primitive hookup RV (32ft max) and tent camping sites. Sites can be reserved. Sits on the banks of the Clarks Fork of the Yellowstone River, offering outstanding fishing opportunities. The Clarks Fork Trailhead is located across the highway. The Northeast Entrance to Yellowstone National Park is about 24 miles northwest of the campground via the Beartooth All-American Road. Note: this is bear country and special care must be taken to store any items that will attract them. Music Licensed From MusicBakery.com
Big Sky Summer 2018
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Beartooth Hwy -- Most Beautiful Road in America
A drive over the fabled Beartooth Highway through Wyoming, into Montana and back down into Yellowstone.
Things To Do in Cody, Wyoming
Dreaming of a wild, west adventure? Look no further than a road trip to Cody, Wyoming – a family-friendly town with rich western history, rugged terrain, and infamous tumbleweeds.
We recently embarked upon a weekend road trip from Billings, MT to Cody, WY – a relaxing trek that took less than two hours and rolled through flat plains. With a new mystery audiobook on play, a few salty snacks, and full tank of gas, our travels to Cody were quite the adventure.
See below our “Top Things to Do in Cody, Wyoming” – a list of our favorite travel finds in and around this historic town:
- Old Trail Town
- Buffalo Bill Center of the West
- Buffalo Bill Dam State Park
- The Tunnels
- Old Dam Trail
- Downtown Cody
- Cody KOA Holiday
- Rocky Mountain MoJoe
- Devil's Kitchen in Greybull, Wyoming
- Bighorn Scenic Byway
- Shell Falls
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Jackson City, Wyoming, United States
Jackson City Wyoming 2005, wild west
Jackson Hole was originally populated by Native American tribes including the Shoshoni, Crow, Blackfeet, Bannock, and Gros Ventre. John Colter entered Jackson Hole during the winter of 1807/1808 during the return journey of the Lewis & Clark expedition. The area became a prime area for trappers and many famous mountain men traveled through the area in the early 1800s. These mountain men are responsible for many of the names in the valley including Bridger, Jedediah Smith, and Sublette. David Jackson gave his name to the valley after a winter spent on the shores of Jackson Lake.
As part of the Hayden Expedition of 1871 and 1872, William Henry Jackson took the first photographs of the Teton Mountains and Yellowstone. His photographs, along with the sketches by Tom Moran, were important evidence to convince Congress to protect Yellowstone National Park. Yellowstone National Park became the first National Park in 1872. Grand Teton National Park was created in 1920 and greatly expanded in 1950 through the generous efforts of John D. Rockefeller, Jr., who purchased and then donated over 30,000 acres.
The Town of Jackson was named in 1894. Some of the early buildings remain and can be found throughout the area of the Town Square. The Town of Jackson elected the first all-woman city council in 1920.
The first ski rope tow was built at Teton Pass in 1937 and Snow King Resort was established in 1930. Teton County now boasts three excellent ski areas including Jackson Hole Mountain Resort in Teton Village, Grand Targhee Ski and Summer Resort located on the West slope of the Tetons, and Snow King Resort.
The Town of Jackson is the county seat of Teton County and the only incorporated municipality in the region. Less than 3% of land in Teton County is privately owned. 97% of the 2,697,000 acres in Teton County are federally or state owned/managed.
In 2009, the Town of Jackson was designated as a Preserve America Community. This designation recognizes that, as a community, we protect and celebrate our heritage, use historic assets for economic development and encourage people to experience and appreciate local historic resources.
Jackson City Wyoming