Beartooth Mountain Highway
If Yellowstone is out of your range due to time constraints, then the Beartooth Highway is for you! The Beartooth Highway was said by On the Toad correspondent Charles Kuralt to by "the most beautiful roadway in America." The Beartooth Highway climbs to an astounding 10,947 feet above sea level and since its completion in 1936 it has awed visitors with it's astonishing views of one of the most rugged and wild areas in the lower 48 states.
Day Trip at Yellowstone
This van tour travels from the prairies to the Beartooth Mountain Range, that is home to 20 mountain peaks, over 12,000 feet high, and 10,000 mountain lakes. Your scenic shuttle will take you across ancient paths of great Indian chiefs and warriors, notorious explorers, and mountain men. Enjoy,short hikes to the Old Faithful Geyer, hot springs, and Artist Point. There will be ample time for wildlife viewing and photo opportunities so you are sure to go home with another experience of a lifetime to add to your Montana memories.
Valley of the Cheifs
Bring backpack for sack lunch, bottle water, hat, sunscreen, and extra clothing. You'll need walking shoes, dress in layers, and be ready for rain or heat. Slow steady walking among sagebrush and wild grass. Weatherman Draw, also known as the "Valley of The Chiefs", a two-mile stretch of history, hides numerous multicolored depictions of people, shields and animals which scientists believe are over 1000 years old.