Cooke City Montana

Beartooth Powder Guides

Cooke City is located in South Central Montana, next to the Northeast entrance of Yellowstone Park, as well as the Gallatin and Shoshone National Forests. This is one of the most unique outdoor experiences in all of the United States.

Our Woody Creek Cabin and Mt Zimmer Yurt provide access to backcountry skiing, hiking and wildlife viewing in the Beartooth and Absaroka Mountains.

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Backcountry Cabin Cooke City Montana

The Cabin

A backcountry cabin in the moutains surrounding Cooke

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Backcountry skiing Cooke City Montana

Skiing Powder

Backcountry skiing day trips in Cooke City

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Yellowstone National Park Skiing and Snowshoeing

Explore Yellowstone

Backcountry Skiing, Cross-Country Skiing & Snowshoeing

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      Recently linked up with Chris, who rode his fat tire bike over from Bozeman! (with a ski touring kit)  :)   Cheers […]

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Asking the rhetorical question, does more turns equal more fun? :) 📷: @bfredlund

How lucky are we here at Beartooth Powder Guides to be able to guide people in Yellowstone National Park. Some of the most unique remote Backcountry skiing in the lower 48...pretty dang lucky:-) What a day!

It's still wintery up here folks.! Join us for next week's Level 1 Avy Course, Feb. 20-22. (a couple spots still available) It would make a great apre Valentines Day gift for your loved one 💙.

Why is climbing and skiing steep north facing couloirs so much damn fun! Mount Republics North Couloir in mint conditions:-)

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Beartooth Powder Guides

PO Box 1199

Cooke City, Montana 59020

406.838.2097

Mammut High Country Hotel, Cooke City, MT

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Permitted by the Gallatin, Shoshone, Custer National Forests, and The National Park Service for guiding in Yellowstone National Park