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Updated: November 20, 2017 @ 11:53 am
The Pryor Mountains rise high above the surrounding landscape and are riddled with steep draws lined with cliffs that are pockmarked with caves.
Bighorn sheep are extremely agile, well adapted to climbing the rocky crags of the Pryor Mountains.
Bighorn sheep are just one species of wildlife that inhabit the Pryors. Mule deer, cougars, black bears and the famous wild mustangs all share the country.
Looking southwest from the Crooked Creek Road travelers can see Bighorn Reservoir and the Bighorn Mountains of Wyoming in the distance.
Bighorn sheep are honored in many of the named geographical features of the area.
Storm clouds and a snowed over road forced recent visitors to turn back from their attempt to reach the wild horse range.
Light shines on a hillside looking northeast toward the Crow Indian Reservation from the top of the Pryors.
Crooked Creek, which runs through the bottom of this narrow canyon, is inhabited by a pure strain of native Yellowstone cutthroat trout.
Here is how you don’t want to visit the Pryor Mountains, located about 60 miles south of Billings.
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