Montana Outdoors

February 4, 2017

Mission Mountains

Filed under: Mission Mountains, Winter — Tags: , — montucky @ 10:09 am

Mission Mountains

The Mission Mountain range runs north and south for about 30 miles through western Montana. Most of it is in the 74,000 acre Mission Mountains Wilderness Area. McDonald Peak is the highest point in the range at 9,280 feet, not especially high, but an awesome sight from the low valleys. (This photo was taken from an altitude of about 2600 feet along the lower Flathead River, about 25 miles away.)

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April 7, 2015

The Missions

Filed under: Mission Mountains — Tags: , — montucky @ 9:22 am

My effort to reach the trail head for Big Hole Peak Sunday was stopped by a couple of feet of snow on the road at about 6000 feet, but en route, this view of the Mission Mountains made the attempt worthwhile. I like the perspective of seeing that range from a high elevation at a distance of about 55 miles.

Mission Mountains

January 23, 2015

A blue mountain day

Filed under: Mission Mountains, Winter — Tags: , , — montucky @ 10:16 am

Mission Mountains

Photo of the Mission Mountains taken from the Ninepipes National Wildlife Refuge in the Mission Valley.

May 22, 2014

Old cabin with a view

Old house ~ Mission mountains

An old cabin on the Flathead Indian Reservation near Arlee Montana with the Mission Mountains as a backdrop.

May 1, 2014

Mission Mountains

Filed under: Mission Mountains — Tags: , — montucky @ 7:49 pm

Mission Mountains

Photo was taken in the morning haze at a distance of about 25 miles.

November 3, 2011

Distant views

Filed under: Autumn, Mission Mountains — Tags: — montucky @ 7:59 pm

The sky was quite clear yesterday as I headed up toward Big Hole peak, and the Mission Mountains some forty miles to the northeast looked much closer than they were. Each time there was a little clearing through the trees I took another picture.

Mission Mountains

Mission Mountains

Mission Mountains

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