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The World As I See It

The Photography and Blog of Marcin 'Rambo' Roguski
Beartooth Pass Scenic Highway is a segment of route 212 from Yellowstone across Wyoming border with Montana through Beartooth Mountains range, climbing four thousand feet to almost 11 thousand feet above sea surface and finally ending in Red Lodge. Because of snow, it is open just 4 months in a year. It's an extremely curvy and somewhat tiresome (because of height) road, yet just because of the breathtaking views alone, it is worth every bugger.

Starting from a town called Silver Gate it races by Amphitheater and Republic mountains, bouncing off the state border with Montana around Pilot and Index Peaks before finally climbing until reaching the unforgettable view from its namesake mountain range.
On Top: Beartooth Pass Vista Point
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Created: 2008:08:18 04:25:11
Last modified: 2008:08:28 21:46:10
44° 58' 17.926" N, 109° 28' 36.257" W