Beartooth Highway Website Resources

Beartooth Highway Website Resources

Friends of the Beartooth All-American Road (FBAAR) relies heavily on both public and private partners for historical information, facts and figures, highway specifications and historical detail, and Beartooth Highway images. Special thanks to the following for sharing this information!

 

Wyoming Travel & TourismWyoming Travel & Tourism
1520 Etchepare Circle Cheyenne, WY82007
www.WyomingTourism.org | email:info@visitwyo.gov
tel 307-777-7777|fax. 307-777-2877|toll free: 800-225-5996

 

Montana Travel and TourismMontana Office of Tourism
PO Box 200533 | 301 South Park, Helena, Montana 59601
travel.mt.gov
tel. 406-841-2870 | 1.800.847.4868

 

 

United States Forest ServiceCuster National Forest
1310 Main Street | Billings, MT 59105
tel. (406) 657-6200
www.fs.fed.us/r1/custer

 

Coleman Gallery Red Lodge Montana
Merv Coleman Photography
P.O. Box 1249 Red Lodge, MT 59068
tel. 406-446-1228 or 800-726-2228
www.mervcoleman.com | email: colemanstudio@cablemt.net

Historical, Reference & Informational Materials

Chief Joseph Scenic Byway & Beartooth All-American Road Interpretive Plan
Shoshone National Forest & Custer National Forest, Date: January 16, 2009

Beartooth All-American Road Corridor Management Plan
Prepared by The Beartooth All-American Road Steering Committee, January, 2002

Guide to the Beartooth Highway – SP 110
Montana Bureau of Mines & Geology, June, 1995

A History (more or less) of the RDS, B-4, L-T & Hancock Ranches
by Ed Spencer (with K.T. Roes), 2004

Exploring the Yellowstone High Country, A History of the Cooke City Area
by Ralph Glidden, Third Edition, June, 2007 made available by the Cooke City/Silver Gate Chamber of Commerce

An Interpretive Plan of the Beartooth Corridor in Montana & Wyoming
copy provided by Shoshone National Forest Service

“An Orphaned Highway”, by Michael Kulbacki, Bert McCauley & Steve Moler
published in Public Roads, July-August, 2006

Did You Know?

 

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.

 





 

Fishing Beartooth Highway

The cutthroat is the only true western native trout. Originally wide spread throughout the state, it is now relegated to the higher, cooler, more inaccessible back country lakes and streams. Cutthroats are easily identified by the bright red “cut” on the lower jaw.