Beartooth Highway Update – 6/4/13 11:45 m

Montana Department of Transportation is reporting that the Beartooth Highway is open from Red Lodge Montana through to Cooke City and the Northeast Entrance to Yellowstone National Park:

US 212 Red Lodge>>>>BEARTOOTH PASS is again open all the way. Travelers can now access Cooke City from the MT side also. Watch for rapidly changing conditions that can occur on the PASS as Icy & Blizzard like conditions can occur without for warning. Road Conditions on the PASS are Mostly Bare Dry on the MT side and on the WY side they are WET w/ some Icy Spots.

I’m getting gun shy about posting these updates but hope they are helping travelers stay up to date on road happenings! Safe travels.

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Friends of the Beartooth All-American Road

Friends of the Beartooth All-American Road is a non-profit organization established to interpret, showcase & preserve the Beartooth All- American Road as the nation’s premier rooftop scenic experience through the partnerships among gateway communities and agencies. Much of FBAAR’s work is guided by the Corridor Management Plan that was written to secure the All-American Road designation with the National Scenic Byways Program.  Contributions to the organization ensure on-going support of the beartoothhighway.com website and distribution of the Beartooth Highway RoadReport e-newsletter.

 





 

 

Beartooth Highway Wyoming & Montana

Whirlpools often form when water rushes through a rough channel.  Water glancing off rocks starts spinning as it is hit by other water rushing by.  Any material caught up in the whirlpool will spin with the water.  In time, spinning sand, pebbles and grave may carve potholes, like the ones seen in the rocks above the bridge.  During the construction of Lake Creek bridge, boulders were removed from the creek’s bed the water channel was changed exposing the potholes.  Watch for them when you visit Lake Creek Falls.