Experience the magnificent landscapes of Montana with the big sky that overlooks lush green forests, meandering streams and alpine meadows.

In south-central Montana youíll experience the world-renown Beartooth Pass south of Red Lodge in springtime. The Beartooth Highway is heralded as being the most scenic highway in America taking visitors from Montana, up through the Beartooth Pass to the west summit and back down into Yellowstone National Park. Are you afraid of heights? If so, stay in Montana, and view the spectacular landscapes of the pristine beauty lying at the foot of the mountains. Take a hike along the Woodbine Trail as you walk up through the Stillwater River Gorge or sit back and enjoy the contrasting landscapes of the seasons.

Are you interested in glaciers and high places? View the photos taken along the Going-to-the-Sun Road at Glacier National Park in the northwestern part of the state. Itís here that the heavens meet the earth with glaciers, snow-capped peaks, alpine lakes, conifer forests and rushing rivers that run to the valley floor.


Our next stop on your photo tour is Yellowstone National Park. Being our nationís first national park comes by no accident when you see the contrasting terrain and geology of this magical place. If you enjoy great fishing waters, geysers, flora, fauna, and wildlife youíve come to the right place with landscape images that will make your mouth water for more.

Our last stop is Grand Teton National Park where diversity rules. View the stormy snow-capped peaks in springtime or feast your eyes on lake and mountain views at sunrise with carpets of wildflowers in the foothills. Youíll be glad you made the trip.

The Wild Places Gallery is divided into four categories: Montana, Glacier National Park, Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National Park.  Click on any category below to view the images.