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


Backcountry skiing Cooke City Montana

Skiing Powder

Backcountry skiing day trips in Cooke City


Yellowstone National Park Skiing and Snowshoeing

Explore Yellowstone

Backcountry Skiing, Cross-Country Skiing & Snowshoeing


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Clients: we thank you!

Wrapping up another amazing season here in Cooke City. Beartooth Powder Guides wants to extend a big thank you to all of our wonderful clients […]



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Just wrapped up the season here at BPG, with our Ski Mountaineering Course. The weather cooperated for great skiing conditions and an awesome crew of folks for the last 4 days! Great finish to an incredible 3rd season in business...feeling very blessed and fortunate right now :-) Now off to Switzerland with my best buds for a tour of the Berner Oberland region...stay tuned as BPG goes Euro!!!!

Summit Headwall #doublewhippetselfarrest :-)

Skied my favorite route in the cooke city zone today...summit headwall in corn and north couloirs in! @katabaticbrewing @bjambells

Clark gettin'r done exiting the terminator couloir

Party of 7 off the summit of Mount Wilse via the North summit couloir...pretty sweet to ski a new route with such a large, strong group!


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