Montana, thanks to the enormous supervolcano along its southern border, contains many opportunites for hot-potting, and the Bozeman area has more than its fair share.
There are some places that are just too valuable to mine. That’s the notion behind the Yellowstone Gateway Business Coalition’s push to stop a pair of proposed gold mines in Paradise Valley, one of which would border Yellowstone National Park.
Thursday, Nov. 3, the Museum of the Rockies hosted a lecture titled “Avatar: The Edges of Yellowstone.” The talk detailed a project that has been going on in Yellowstone National Park for the past nine years to bring students and professional architecture firms together in an effort to improve Yellowstone.
“There were five wolves asleep at Slough Creek this morning,” the woman standing next to me said. “People were walking right past them and didn’t even notice.
With pristine wilderness, well groomed trails, geysers and mountains, West Yellowstone offers plenty of adventure, even in winter. The challenge is determining what to do.