Hike in the Crazy Mountains

Directions to Trailhead: From Big Timber, travel north on US 191 – 11 miles to the well-marked access to Big Timber Canyon Road via Wormser Road. Follow the road to its end at the Halfmoon Picnic Area and Campground. This is a well-traveled road with little maintenance so it is a… Continue Reading ->

Hike to Thunder Falls

A bonus of the hike to Thunder Falls is the numerous lakes and falls you pass by on the way and in the surrounding area. For more on these lakes and falls see our posts Blue Lake and Upper Big Timber Falls. Directions to Trailhead: From Big Timber, travel north on US… Continue Reading ->

Hike to Blue Lake

Directions: From Big Timber, travel north on US 191 – 11 miles to the well-marked access to Big Timber Canyon Road via Wormser Road. Follow the road to its end at the Halfmoon Picnic Area and Campground. Travel Time: 2.5 hours from Townsend WARNING: ROUGH ROAD LAST 2 MILES Hike Difficulty:  … Continue Reading ->

Hike to Big Timber Falls

Directions: From Big Timber, travel north on US 191 – 11 miles to the well-marked access to Big Timber Canyon Road via Wormser Road. Follow the road to its end at the Halfmoon Picnic Area and Campground. Travel Time: 2.5 hours from Townsend WARNING: ROUGH ROAD LAST 2 MILES Hike Difficulty:  … Continue Reading ->

Dumb Things Not To Do In Yellowstone

We usually head for the park here in the next few weeks to cruise the Lamar and watch for wolves! With that in mind I was looking through some of the photos I have taken in the past there and I started noticing a pattern; there are a lot of… Continue Reading ->

Hike to Lost Cabin Lake

Directions: From Boulder, travel south on Highway 69 – 33 miles and continue south onto Highway 359 under the interstate  through Cardwell to the Indiana University Geological Field Office turnoff at the South Boulder River. From the Cardwell side, turn south onto S Boulder Road and continue 16.5 miles through… Continue Reading ->

The Beartooth Highway

One of the most beautiful drives I have ever been on is the Beartooth All-American Scenic Byway. With some of the most breathtaking views on the planet, it is a drive you have to take if you come to or live in Montana. Cruise the pass and continue down to… Continue Reading ->

The Rodeo Capital of the World

Cody, Wyoming is known as the Rodeo Capital of the World – with a rodeo every single night from June 1 through August 31. Home of the Cody Nite Rodeo, the Buffalo Bill Cody Stampede, Wrangler Champion Challenge, and Xtreme Bulls; no matter what you see there is an adventure… Continue Reading ->