Welcome to the Beartooth Highway – a National Scenic Byways All-American Road.  This 68 mile byway winds its way through southwest Montana and northwest Wyoming and leads into Yellowstone National Park at its Northeast Entrance.  Since opening to automobile travel in 1937 the Beartooth Highway has welcomed visitors from around the world – introducing them to one of the most diverse ecosystems accessible by auto in the United States.   Read more

  • Current Road Conditions
  •  The Beartooth Highway is closed for the winter 2013 | spring 2014 travel season.  The scheduled opening of the Beartooth Highway for the 2014 summer travel season is Friday, May 23, 2014.  The 2014 opening will depend on snow conditions, weather, and plowing schedules for both the Montana Department of Transportation and Yellowstone National Park Service.  Opening updates will be posted to this website as quickly as possible.

    Beartooth Highway Road Conditions please contact the following:

    Red Lodge Area Chamber of Commerce - 406-446-1718
    Cooke City Chamber of Commerce - 406-838-2495
    Cody Country Chamber of Commerce - 307-587-2777
    Montana DOT - 406-252-4138 / 888-863-8465

  • Beartooth Gateways
  • The Beartooth Highway gateway communities of Cody, Wyoming, Cooke City and Red Lodge, Montana invite you to stay and play! Visit these chamber of commerce websites for lodging, restaurants, outdoor adventure opportunities,attractions and more.

    Cody Country Chamber of Commerce

    Cooke City, Montana Chamber of Commerce

    Red Lodge Area Chamber of Commerce
  • Construction Updates – 2014
  • Construction Update 4/16/14

    The Long Lake Bridge Replacement Project is scheduled for completion during the early summer months in 2014. It is expected there will be minimal disruption to Beartooth Highway traffic as final touches are made and the entire project is completed.

    Remaining work includes some masonry work, back fill work and landscaping.

    More detailed information will be available as construction crews arrive on the Beartooth Highway to begin work and updates will be made available on the Beartooth Highway website and on the Beartooth Highway Project Hotline – 888-285-4636.