There’s free entrance to Glacier National Park this weekend, and plenty of hikes to explore.
This hike to Cracker Lake took place last weekend. At the end, hikers were happy to see a bull moose grazing along the mountainside. The 10-mile hike is a bit strenuous, but ends in some of the bluest waters in Montana.
To get to the trailhead, use the Many Glacier entrance on the Eastern side of the park. In addition to the moose, squirrel, grouse and an elk were seen during this adventure.
Yellowstone’s winter season starts December 15
By Moosetrack Megan
First Day Hike Events Coming to Montana State Parks
Forest Service map prices set to increase January 1 for first time in 10 years
Winter Recreation Abounds in the Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest
Work in Deerlodge National Forest!
2018 NAIFC Ice Fishing Tournament on Hebgen Lake is Near!
All Mountain Lion Hunting To Close In HD 317
Cutting a Holiday Tree (by Montana Grant)
Debate Over Elk Shoulder Season Heats Up (by Brett French)
Deer are….Sheep [VIDEO]
BEST OF Captain’s Columns 12.13.17
Central to Eastern Montana Fishing Report 12.13.17
Browns Lake Ice Fishing Report 12.13.17
Charging Your Flashlight with Water?
Catch ’em and Release ’em with Team Hippie Fish [VIDEO]
Sportsmen in the Christmas Spirit
Christmas Tree Hunting in Montana
Officials to Consider Expanding Montana Youth Hunt
By Jackalope Jordan
Muley Buck Poached Near Glasgow
Sore mouth disease found in Yellowstone
Comment on proposed grizzly de-listing
Becoming an Outdoor Woman class held
Snowshoe and skijoring workshop
Two deer left to waste near Glendive