West Creek Falls is a 4.4 mile moderate hike, in and out. This trail adventure is the second weekend of May, still no leaf buds or flower, the mountains on this hike are mostly North facing which the trail transverses.
As a company, as individuals and a group, we are strong supporters of public land and can’t stress enough how everyone needs to get involved with a local conservation in your area and do all we can to save our “Wilderness Areas, Monuments, and other Public Lands”.
Don’t Let Our Government become very reckless with Nature and Our Public Lands! Support Your Local Conservation Organizations!
Winter Day in Yellowstone a Little Snowshoeing Over Cast Day Filled with Wildlife in Yellowstone National Park Drove from Big Timber, Montana exiting I-90 at Livingston, heading south to Gardiner. Snowy cold and beautiful. Plenty of wildlife along the highway out of the high country, as we drove along the Yellowstone River. Images […]
Road Trip Big Sky to Dutch John Fly Fishing, Hiking, Photography and a Fish or Two Early spring trip to do some work with increased river time, in the Utah town of Dutch John. Home Flaming Gorge Dam and the tailwater know as the Green River.
Five Days Camping Fly Fishing Stillwater River Spring in Montana Decided the last five days of March would be a great time to do our second camping expedition of the year. This one would be all fly fishing focused on the Stillwater river in Southeastern Montana. Heading from the prairie to the foothills […]