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Yellowstone Flood Update

Thank you all for the outpouring of love and concern regarding the recent flooding in Yellowstone National Park. We have been very blessed! Water came within several feet of the Lodge but we stayed dry and our property, buildings, and stock experienced no physical damage. Our bed and breakfast is up and running and our horses are eager to get to work. They took their first trail ride this morning!

We are as devastated and disappointed as you are by the extensive damage that has occurred due to flooding. Our heart goes out to those who were affected by the devastation. We have been told that the northern part of Yellowstone National Park may not open this season. However, that does not mean that there is no beautiful country to be explored and memories to be made in Montana this summer. We have been blessed to call the Beartooth Mountains home for many generations. Their majesty and grandeur are breathtaking. We hope you take the opportunity to explore these mountains and are excited to guide horseback riding and fishing trips into the Beartooths. We will have access to some streams in the northeastern part of Yellowstone Park and are eager to fulfill our bookings.

Skyline Guest Ranch is fully accessible via the Chief Joseph Scenic Highway (hwy 296) and we look forward to the Beartooth Pass (hwy 212) reopening shortly.

We strongly encourage you to still come to explore this beautiful part of the world! Please give us a call with any questions or concerns. We would be happy to help you modify your trip and plan additional activities in our area!

Thank you again for your business and support!

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