Beartooth Ranger District
The Beartooth Ranger District has approved Stillwater Mining Co.’s Blitz Ridge exploratory drilling in the mountains near Dean.
The Beartooth Ranger District has rescheduled its celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Wilderness Act by hosting the Wilderness Full Moon Walk on Saturday at 7 p.m. at the at the winter road closure on the Beartooth Highway.
Large portions of the West Fork of Rock Creek drainage were burned during the 2008 Cascade fire, which covered about 10,000 acres.
Jeff Stockwell, fire management officer for the Beartooth Ranger District, talks about the 2008 Cascade fire during a tour of the West Fork Rock Creek drainage last summer. The tour was part of a public discussion about a proposed fuels reduction project on the Custer National Forest between…
The Custer National Forest has scaled back its plans to log timber in the Red Lodge area following critical public comment, according to the agency’s recently released draft environmental impact statement.
Above average snowpack will delay the normal April 15 opening of many Red Lodge-area roads on the Beartooth Ranger District.
The Beartooth Ranger District is seeking public comments on the Friends of East Rosebud's request for a special-use application for a new fun run and walk.
Stillwater Mining Co. is proposing to drill at eight more sites along the Beartooth Face, east of its existing platinum and palladium mine, as geologists try to get a clearer picture of ore deposits in the mountainside.
A new route for Red Lodge-area hikers and mountain bikers would be developed if a Beartooth Ranger District proposal to provide a nonmotorized trail from the Nichols Creek drainage (Forest Road No. 2478) to the base of the Red Lodge Mountain Ski Area moves ahead.
The Beartooth Ranger District will join the Beartooth Recreational Trails Association in hosting the Lunar Geology Full Moon Ski from 6 to 8 p.m. Jan. 11 at the Red Lodge Nordic Center.
The Beartooth Ranger District is seeking comments through Nov. 4th on a one-year proposal submitted by the Beartooth Recreational Trails Association for annual winter cross-country ski trail grooming.
Camp Senia Trail crew workers included: back row, Linus Metzler, of Switzerland; Alex Christensen, of Madison, Wis.; Dylan Malone, of Haughton, Mich.; David Kallenbach of the Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness Association; and Hannah Marchant of the Beartooth Ranger District’s trail crew. In the …
Joe Josephson gets a lesson in whitebark pine from expert Jesse Logan during a winter course.
Trail crew workers included, left to right, Priscilla Neff and Kristen Hollum, both of Red Lodge, Lori Anderson, of Billings, Alex Christensen, of Madison, Wis., and Amanda Marchant of the Beartooth Ranger District trail crew.
Left photo: Dylan Malone, of Michigan, foreground, followed by Shannon Burdick of the Beartooth Ranger District trail crew, Linus Metzler, of Switzerland, and Hannah Marchant, of Red Lodge, work on the Camp Senia Trail to where it joins the trail down to Crow Lake. Right photo: Gawain Lau an…
The Woody Creek cabin and the Mount Zimmer yurt are two of the lodging options offered by Beartooth Powder Guides.
Backcountry skiing in the Beartooth Mountains is one of the perks of taking a class with the Beartooth Powder Guides in Cooke City.
Gawain Lau, of Billings, and Shannon McGann of the Beartooth Ranger District chip out a section of the new Camp Senia Trail during a work session in August.
Gawain Lau and Lori Anderson, both of Billings, help out on building the new section of Camp Senia Trail.
A new section was added to the Camp Senia Trail above West Red Lodge Creek this summer that will save hikers from needing to drop into, and then climb out of, the drainage.