Along The High Lakes Trail

The Beartooth mountains reflect on a small lake along the High Lakes Trail. The mountains sit on the Beartooth Plateau, and the Beartooth Highway, which crosses from southcentral Montana to northwest Wyoming, climbs to over 11,000 feet as it crosses the range.
The Beartooth mountains reflect on a small lake along the High Lakes Trail. The mountains sit on the Beartooth Plateau, and the Beartooth Highway, which crosses from southcentral Montana to northwest Wyoming, climbs to over 11,000 feet as it crosses the range.
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2 Replies to “Along The High Lakes Trail”

  1. hello jim streeter its dennis the vizsla dog oh hay wow eleventy thowsand feet sownds verry hi up!!! like hier then the birds eeven!!! i wood be afrayd of gitting hit by an airplayn or sumthing if i wer up that hi!!! it shoor is pritty up their tho!!! ok bye

    1. The biggest problem for man and beast is less air to breath, so hiking is harder. Hopefully no planes fly that low. have a good day Jim

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