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Camp cooking can be as simple as a fire or as elaborate as a propane-powered, two-burner stove.
Tent campers can find sites specifically for them at many campgrounds. If you’re buying a tent, always get it a little bigger than you think you’ll need. A two-man tent is typically pretty small for two people.
Backpacking equipment like this lightweight propane stove can also provide a cooking source at campgrounds but the chef will have to be more creative.
Prepackaged food items like relish trays, crackers and bread, are great for camping. Any prep work that can be done at home helps ease chores at camp.
Forest Service campgrounds are located around Montana in some beautiful spots, like this one at Georgetown Lake outside of Anaconda. Online reservations can be made for many of the campsites, easing the stress of finding a spot while your on the road.
A backpacker with the trail name of Tater John hikes through a high mountain meadow in the Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness in 2007.
A wilderness signpost leans from constant buffeting by mountain winds.
A mountain goat looks curiously at some backpacking visitors to its rocky home.
A tarp tent’s support line is draped with wet clothing following a rainy hike.
A map outlines the Trailside Bike Park in Park City, Utah, which features trails, ramps and routes for a wide range of riders.
A wedding party pauses for a rest while cycling on one of the Round Valley trails in Park City, Utah, a town that has thoroughly embraced biking and cyclists.
In addition to its mountain biker play park, to which new features were being added in June, Park City, Utah, also boasts about 400 miles of trails for a variety of rider abilities.
Like tennis, basketball and swimming facilities, mountain biking and cycling are just part of the landscape in Park City, Utah.
Even youngsters have mastered riding some of the more difficult routes at Park City, Utah's, biking park.
Mountain biker Weston Deutschlander rounds a corner on one of the ramps at the Trailside Bike Park in Park City, Utah, in June. In the background are the Wasatch Mountains. Park City is the only town in the United States rated as a Gold Ride Center by the International Mountain Biking Association.
The second largest sockeye salmon run on record is hitting the Columbia River and its tributaries this year.
Mosdal Road takes travelers as close as possible to the westernmost corner of Yellowstone County.
Twisted together barbed wire seems a testament to the frugality of landowners along Mosdal Road, a route that takes travelers close to the westernmost point of Yellowstone County.
An abandoned oil pump sits in a field of wheat along the Musselshell Trail Road, also known as State Route 310 en route to the northernmost point of Yellowstone County.
Arriving at dusk, a cloud-scudded sky overlooks the southernmost point of Yellowstone County on the Crow Reservation.
Victoria Mosdal and her cousin, Nathan, stand next to the mailbox that once had a painting of a farmer and his pig on the mailbox stand.
This huge old corner post stands close to the northernmost point of Yellowstone County along Knapp Road.
Nathan Mosdal, Alyson Tooke, Tailor Mosdal and Victoria Mosdal pose on their family's farm next to the family vehicle with Mosdal personalized plates.
There's a special kind of beauty found in Eastern Montana and Yellowstone County, like this tapestry of browning grass, a blue sky and red gate along Mosdal Road.
Sisters Sarah, Victoria and Samantha Mosdal relax on their uncle's deck in the family home near the westernmost point of Yellowstone County on Wednesday night.
A wagon sits abandoned and rotting near the northernmost point of Yellowstone County.
In addition to mountain bike trails, Park City, Utah, has a play park with a variety of features, including a jump that Weston Deutschlander flies off.
In June, Park City holds its Savor the Summit outdoor dining event, lining Main Street with tables served by the town’s many restaurants.
Sam Barco and Shaun Deutschlander ride through a banked corner at Canyons, one of three ski hills outside of Park City, Utah, that cater to mountain bikers.
Shaun Deutschlander, above, rounds a corner on a Round Valley trail with the Wasatch Mountains rising in the background. More than 400 miles of biking trails can be found in and around Park City, Utah, home to the International Mountain Biking Association’s only designated Gold Level Ride Ce…
The sights are as tasty as the mountain biking and the food, such as these tall quaking aspen at Canyons.
Park City Mountain Resort still contains remnants of the area’s old silver mining boom, like this partially standing building.
Flowy is a word mountain bikers use to describe terrain that drops smoothly like this route at Canyons.
Park City, Utah, is a ski town turned mountain biking mecca thanks to 400 miles of trails that pass through and encircle the town of about 8,000 residents.
Mountain bikes dot the grass as White Mountain Touring Co. holds a mountain bike demo day at Park City Mountain Resort.
A mountain biker pedals into a grove of aspen and pine trees on the upper portion of the Crescent Mine Grade trail on Park City Mountain Resort.
High West Distillery and Saloon brews up its own whiskey, as well as fashions blends, in a remodeled old stable in downtown Park City, Utah.
Mountain bikers can take a lift up before screaming downhill at Canyons Resort, Park City Mountain Resort and Deer Valley Resort in Park City, Utah.
Squatters, a Salt Lake City brewery, pays homage to mountain bikers with its Full Suspension Pale Ale.
If mountain biking isn’t your thing, try out the Alpine Coaster at Park City Mountain Resort to get your heart rate elevated.
There is now about 5 feet of water on the Crooked Creek Recreation Area’s boat ramp, following the slow rise of Fort Peck Reservoir.
A new trail that will access state land near West Rosebud Creek will be dedicated on July 3 and named in honor of deceased Red Lodge outdoorsman Ernie Strum.
The trail accesses Lily Pad and Crater lakes on a section of state land. To hike to the parcel, recreationists must purchase a state lands access permit. Hunters and anglers simply need their conservation license.
The Yellowstone Beer Fest on July 5 in Cody, Wyo., will benefit the Operation Finally Home charity that is building a house for Coast Guard veteran James Butz and his family.
Gerald Lewis of the Yakama Tribe, at left, and Armand Minthorn of the Umatilla Tribe sing during the ceremony honoring the child's reburial.Although it rained, Sister Clissene Lewis of the Yavapai Nation in Arizona said, "It is a sign of renewal for all of us. We are one heart, one mind, one…
Flathead Creek bends around the hill where the boy's gravesite was uncovered in 1968. The new burial site had to meet state codes.
A tribal member sprinkles ochre over the remains. The boy was originally found dusted with ochre and with 115 stone and bone artifacts.
Sarah Anzick holds the remains of the 12,600-year-old child that was reburied on her family’s property on Saturday.
Thomas Larson Medicine Horse Sr. sprinkles dirt atop the grave of an ancient child near the end of the ceremony. All those in attendance were asked to take part in this act.
An intermittent rainstorm sent the funeral attendees under umbrellas, raincoats and blankets.