“Fall leaves drift across the doubletrack and the sound of the creek trickles through the low country. Raspberry canes line the edge of the forest while frost shimmers in the grass and collects in yesterday’s footprints. Solitude, just a dozen miles south of Bozeman.”
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“Surrounded by friends, I closed my front door on July 10, 2017, laced up my lugged shoes, and jogged away from my home in Bozeman, south toward the Gallatin Range, Yellowstone National Park, and eventually 200 more miles to Red Lodge, Montana: an immense swath of the 20-million-acre Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.”
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Shot during the annual Cross Cut 15k & 25k trail races held at Bridger Bowl. This July race starts just 16 miles north of Bozeman, Montana and runs through the alpine flowers of the Bridger Range.
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“Nestled among the high peaks of the Absarokas, Elbow Lake sits waveless and inviting on a hot July day. Above the eastern shore towers the granite walls of Eenie, Meenie, Miney, and Moe. This basin is a paradise for rock climbers, hikers, and campers alike.”
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“Running south, I travel up a flowing artery of our ecosystem deeper into the wild heart of the range. The shrouded forest gives way to tundra and talus where first light finds me kicking steps up the last vestige of this winter’s snow and racing the rising sun along an exposed ridgeline towards the summit. Basking in the glow of the breaking day atop Montana’s Hyalite Peak, on the northern edge of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem (GYE), I pause for breath, taking a moment to relax, to appreciate.”
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