“Where the Locals Go: Montana,” an online hub at National Geographic magazine’s website, now features photos from a number of Montana attractions thanks to a partnership with National Geographic Travel.
The final phase of construction for the Long Lake Bridge on the Beartooth Highway began earlier this month and is expected to last through mid-September.
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK — The Beartooth Highway in Montana and Wyoming has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Cars, motorcycles and snowboarders checked out the Beartooth Highway as it opened to travel on Friday morning.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Crews plan to have all but one mountain pass in Wyoming open for the Memorial Day Weekend.
BEARTOOTH PASS — Although watching the side of a mountain for eight hours may sound boring, Stewart West took the task seriously on Monday.
The Northeast Entrance to Yellowstone National Park and the western most 17 miles of the Beartooth Highway have opened for the season.
Hopefully you’re positioned well for your 2014 business goals to be realized as we settle into the New Year. For the local tourism industry, this year’s successes are directly correlated to the tourism team’s efforts last year, the year before and the year before that. Networking, bids and n…
Yellowstone National Park Superintendent Dan Wenk traveled to Cheyenne, Wyo., last week to ask Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead and state transportation officials to participate in a unique adopt-a-highway program.
Visitors to Cooke City seem to agree that the small burg’s one-way-in, one-way-out location in winter is part of its charm, according to a recent survey.
Updated testing. Montana became the first state to receive a waiver from federally mandated testing of public school students. The waiver means Montana students won’t have to take an outdated test that had been required by the federal No Child Left Behind law. Instead, students in grades th…
Troy Barnett was "kind of worried what he might find" as he drove his snowmobile toward a snowed-in car stranded on the Beartooth Highway on Monday morning.
Following a short suspension, the superintendent of Forsyth Public Schools resigned during a special board meeting Tuesday.
The Beartooth Highway is closed at the lower gate Monday because of snow and heavy slush.
The Northern Pacific ran day trips from Red Lodge over the Beartooth Highway in touring buses from the late 1930s until World War II, including this stop at Vista Point, also known as Knox Point, overlooking the upper Rock Creek Valley.
This aerial photograph shows the switchbacks on the Beartooth Highway. The first route from Cooke City to Red Lodge over the top of the Beartooth Mountains was reportedly marked by E. E. Van Dyke and his father, Earl, in 1883.
The Beartooth Highway is among the places featured by National Geographic in “Where the Locals Go: Montana.”
The Beartooth Pass portion of U.S. Highway 212 south of Red Lodge has re-opened to regular traffic all the way to Cooke City.
The Beartooth Pass has been closed from the Wyoming state line to Vista Point, located at mile marker 49.1 in Montana.
The 950-acre Rock Creek fire about 5 miles south of Red Lodge is 85 percent contained and no structures are threatened, fire officials reported Monday morning.