Montana Outdoors

June 1, 2007

A change of scene

Part of the allure of the wild country is that a scene like this

Munson Creek
(Munson Creek flowing through the cedars in the Teepee-Spring Creek roadless area)

or a scene like this

Old growth cedars
(Old growth cedars along Munson Creek)

is only a four hour hike from a scene like this.

Coeur d'Alene Mountains
(North side of Coeur d’Alene Mountain peaks in the Cherry Peak roadless area viewed from the South slope of Big Hole Peak)

Both of these roadless areas would receive the Federal protection of a “Wilderness” classification under the provisions of House of Representatives Bill 1975 now in process in the 110th Congress.

Spring is the time

To spend time

with things like this

Bear Grass (Xerophyllum tenax)
(Bear Grass Xerophyllum tenax)

in places like this.

The peaks of the Cherry Peak roadless area
(The peaks of the Cherry Peak roadless area viewed from Big Hole Peak in the Teepee-Spring Creek roadless area.)

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