Brett French reports: Road work delayed for cabin owners
By angelamontana

Posted: August 18, 2022

East Rosebud Lake cabins damaged in June flooding won’t be easy to access any time soon. The Forest Service is surveying a route to try and avoid possible flooding in the future so a construction contract won’t be let for bid until October at the earliest. Construction of the new temporary road won’t begin before next year. Until the road is opened, cabin owners will either have to hike or helicopter into the lake to make repairs. Fixes to other sites damaged by flooding, like the bridge up the West Fork Rock Creek and one that accesses Mystic Lake, will be quicker fixes and restore access for hikers and anglers. To read more about the situation, check out my story at https://billingsgazette.com/news/state-and-regional/road-to-flooded-out-mountain-community-unlikely-to-be-restored-this-fall/article_c959c666-1a6a-11ed-bede-3b815c2184be.html

 

Written by Brett French | Outdoors Editor | Billings Gazette