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We just went on the trail in early August. It starts out at a nice waterfall and then a bridge over the water. Then the trail parallels an old jeep road. The trail can be very muddy and lots of mosquitoes. The trail passes Kersey...More
This is an easy hike to the Beartooth Creek, which is 2.5 miles one way. It took us about 2 to 2-1/2 hours to complete the round trip hike. My shoes got pretty muddy, but we hiked just after some ranchers moved their cattle through....More
In prior trips to the Cooke City area, I overlooked Clarks Fork. But on my recent trip, I discovered the lovely picnic area and trail to Kersey Lake.
Even if you just want to drive in and look around, there is a very nice waterfall...More
The trail begins relatively clear with signs and a boardwalk leading you to a the remains of an old Power Plant next to (the best part) a loud waterfall! It was breathtaking (and mildly scary) walking across the bridge the leads you right over the...More
The Beartooth Plateau, within the Absarokee Beartooth Wilderness area, Is not a well kept secret to experienced hikers. In the heat of the summer the trail is heavily traveled. It runs from a trailhead just N of the HWY 212 and E of Cooke City...More