Hike to Crow Creek Falls

Directions: From Toston, travel west on highway 285 – 9 miles to Radersburg. Continue through Radersburg 13 miles to the Jenkins Gulch intersection. Continue straight through on the Hall Creek Road 2 more miles until you reach TR. 109. Turn right at the TR. 109 sign and park at the… Continue Reading ->

Elkhorn Ghost Town

Montana Big Sky Country has 8 classified ghost towns. One of the more easily recognized ghost towns is Elkhorn located east of Boulder in the Elkhorn Mountains. For a list of Montana Ghost Towns [click here]. Not all of Montana’s historic towns are listed as ghost towns, for a more… 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 ->

2015 Great American Motorcycle Hill Climbs

Another hot summer day in Billings Montana and another good time at the Great American Hill Climb.   The night show is even better and the videos we caught will show it.   You all have heard me say before that I am a beginner photographer but check the videos as they’re… Continue Reading ->

Out of Bounds and Across State Lines

Helen’s and my intentions were to spend a day and a night in Red Lodge, Montana then take a cruise over Beartooth Pass and that all worked out for the most part.  Red Lodge is one of our favorite places with plenty to see and much to do.  There are… Continue Reading ->

Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone National Park (YNP) is one of Montana’s greatest treasures! Its 2.2 million acres are home to a vast array of wildlife as well as amazing views, hot geology, cold water, and famous landmarks. You have access to tons of amazing views via the roadway, but those views only comprise two… Continue Reading ->

Things to Do In Great Falls

This past weekend we hit a couple of the wonderful places to stop in Great Falls, Montana. First on the list was the Great Falls! These falls were quite an obstacle for Lewis and Clark who had to carry all of their gear, canoes and all, 18 miles to go around… Continue Reading ->

Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation

Next time you are visiting in Missoula Montana or even if you are just passing though a good place to stop and stretch your legs is the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation.  It is easy to find on the north side of the Interstate at the Reserve Street exit.  For contact… Continue Reading ->

Migratory Birds at Freezeout Lake

Tundra Swans at Freezeout Lake

The state of Montana has around 60 Wildlife Management Areas (WMA) scattered all across the state. These areas provide ample opportunity for outdoor recreation such as boating, fishing, horseback riding, bird watching, camping, hiking, hunting, wildlife viewing, outdoor and wildlife photography, and/or just enjoying the outdoors! Montana Fish Wildlife and… Continue Reading ->