A statement from the 1907 U.S. Army’s Rules, Regulations and Instructions for soldiers and scouts on duty in Yellowstone warns, “All persons traveling through the park from October 1 to June 1 should be regarded with suspicion.”
Who besides poachers … Continue reading
I fell in love with LMR (Lone Mountain Ranch) the first time I saw it. Nestled into a valley in Big Sky, Montana, the ranch somehow manages to be cozy while rambling up the valley and into the … Continue reading
What do you picture when you think of snowshoeing? Walking along a trail winding through the woods, poles in hands, heart rate rising? Maybe a line of people crossing a snowy meadow?
Relentless forward motion is one way to snowshoe, … Continue reading
Just beyond Bozeman, Montana, past the trendy restaurants, countless coffee shops, and hip breweries, is Bridger Canyon. The Bridger Mountains erupt to the west and the Bangtails roll up on the east. Between the two ranges, Bridger Creek sashays toward … Continue reading
Nestled into a valley between the Mission and Swan mountain ranges in western Montana, Seeley Lake is one of the more scenic spots in a spectacular state. The Mission Mountain Wilderness is on one side, the Bob Marshall Wilderness on … Continue reading
We pull into the Izaak Walton Inn and see the iconic yellow hotel sitting on the edge of the railroad tracks. In the middle of nowhere. Or the middle of everywhere—it depends how you look at it.
Paradise Valley is paradise for snowshoeing.
South of Livingston, Montana and north of Yellowstone National Park, sandwiched between the Absaroka and Gallatin mountain ranges sits Paradise Valley. As the name suggests, it’s one of the most beautiful places in world.… Continue reading
Nestled at the base of some of Montana’s highest mountains, Red Lodge is a mountain town with lots of culture and history. From its historic downtown Broadway to the Abasroka-Beartooth Wilderness, in Red Lodge, art, and Western tradition mingle and … Continue reading
Snowshoeing to and from the cabin door is one of the perks of staying at Elkhorn Hot Springs.
For years I’ve wanted to wake up on New Year’s Day in a little cabin in the woods. I’d snowshoe right from … Continue reading
Nothing says winter like cozying up next to a woodstove in a little cabin in the woods. Imagine–As the sun breaks through the trees in the morning, you strap on your snowshoes right outside the front door and head into … Continue reading
At first glance, West Yellowstone is a typical National Park gateway town—hotels, restaurants and cheesy tourist shops. But look closer and unique bookstores, gear shops, and great snowshoeing opportunities start to appear. After a day pushing down snow, get educated … Continue reading
You’re never alone in Yellowstone. Keep a wide berth of other trail users.
Undeniably, winter is the best time to visit Yellowstone. Geysers throw steaming water through the snow and into the robin egg sky. Elk and bison, followed by … Continue reading