Saturday, November 23, 2013

New Haunts; Pine Creek West, Trail Creek In The Gallatin National Forest in Southwest Montana

  Hello Folks,
The thermometer dropped 40 degrees in one day this past week when a snow storm moved in and turned my little town into a giant ice sheet. I do not leave home without the spikey attachments on the bottom of my boots just to make sure I do not fall on my back.These past two weeks, I have been busting my bum to get back into shape and have done some nice snow hikes. Montana always surprises me as I found two new hiking areas that I did not know about before. They are Pine Creek West and Trail Creek which are in the Gallatin National Forest.

 I hope you like the hard work.

This is my decent into the Paradise Valley on the Divide Road and Looking Eastward towards the awesome Absaroka-Beartooth Mountains in the Gallatin Wilderness Area of Montana

Just trippin on down the Trail Creek Road

Absaroka-Beartooth Mountains in the background

Trail Creek Road

Trail Creek Road

Looking Eastward at the Absaroka-Beartooth Mountains

A frozen creek scene off of the Trail Creek Road

Looking Northward inside the Gallantin National Forest on the Pine Creek West Road

Looking Westward inside the Gallantin National Forest on the Pine Creek West Road

Abasaroka-Beartooth Mountains in the Background

Trail Creek Road with the Absaroka-Beartooth Mountains in Backdrop

A nice rock formation seen Eastward on the Trail Creek Road

Looking Eastward with my triptic of the Absaroka-Beartooth Mountains

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