Montana Outdoors

June 29, 2007

Mount Baldy

The key feature in the Baldy Mountain roadless area is Mount Baldy itself. It is about 80 miles northwest of Missoula, Montana in the southern end of the Cabinet Mountains. At 7,464 feet, it is the tallest peak in thirty or so surrounding miles.

Here’s a photo of it from the west, taken in May from the Weeksville Divide area at the edge of the Teepee-Spring Creek roadless area:

Mt Baldy

And here’s one from the south, taken from the Patrick’s Knob roadless area a week later:

Mount Baldy

Its peak is 5,000 feet above the valley floor.


  1. I missed a lot of great photos in the week I was gone! They are breathtaking! I love the dragon guarding the trail on Sunset. and I can’t believe you saw no litter. and the snow on the bluebells!

    amazing photos-as always!


    Comment by skouba — June 30, 2007 @ 7:48 pm

  2. Thanks, skouba! I hope your camping was as much fun as my hiking was! Glad to see you back.


    Comment by montucky — June 30, 2007 @ 10:17 pm

  3. Really beautiful shots – once again.


    Comment by aullori — July 1, 2007 @ 6:59 am

  4. I see that mountain every day and yet never get tired of it. There’s always the question, “What’s Baldy doing today?” I guess it’s more significant to me since I’ve been on top of it a few times.


    Comment by montucky — July 1, 2007 @ 8:04 am

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