Hiking Cooke City Summer


Cooke City In The Summer

The mountains that surround Cooke City Montana contain some of the most remote and scenic backcountry hiking trails in all the United States. For lush meadows and abundant wildlife viewing, The Woody Creek Cabin offers easy access to the remote and rarely visited Hayden Creek Valley. Iconic peaks such as Pilot and Index Peak provide a spectacular background for summer and fall hiking.

Hiking in the Beartooth Mountains

The Beartooth Mountains contain 25 peaks in excess of 12,000 feet. Many of them are accessible from Cooke City. Dramatic Beartooth Peaks such as Wolf, Sawtooth, Iceberg, Mount Zimmer and Glacier Peaks are accessible via a short drive and hiking from Cooke City. Whether you are into Peak bagging or just going for a leisurely hike in a beautiful alpine setting, The mountains around Cooke City has as beautiful of alpine terrain you will ever experience, guaranteed!
Bring your pack rod along on your hikes and do a little fishing in the many alpine lakes that surround the mountains around Cooke City. Cutthroats and Golden Trout are abundant in these alpine lakes.

Guiding Rates

Full day guiding rates in the summer are $390 a day for groups up to 5 people (plus local 3% Resort tax)



Hiking in the beartooths

Beartooth Powder Guides offers guided hiking, so inquire about details and costs at 406-838-2097 or info@beartoothpowder.com/