<p class="MsoNormal">Photographer Graeme MacPherson (far left), mountain athlete Brody Leven (middle), and local guide Beau Fredlund pause on a promontory looking out over Miller Basin and the western Beartooth Mountains, en route to a summer ski session.</p> <p class="MsoNormal"><a href="http://adventureblog.nationalgeographic.com/2014/08/19/montana-by-dirt-400-miles-from-yellowstone-to-glacier/">See more photos and watch video &gt;&gt;</a></p>

Seeking Summer Skiing in the Beartooths, Montana

Photographer Graeme MacPherson (far left), mountain athlete Brody Leven (middle), and local guide Beau Fredlund pause on a promontory looking out over Miller Basin and the western Beartooth Mountains, en route to a summer ski session.

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Photograph by Max Lowe

Montana by Dirt Road Trip

400 Miles on Dirt Roads Young Explorer Max Lowe, mountain athlete Brody Leven, and photographer Graeme MacPherson traveled 400 miles on dirt roads to find new adventures from Yellowstone to Glacier. Seeking out the most skilled local guides, the team tried summer skiing in the Beartooth Mountains, long boarding Beartooth Pass, rock climbing in Hyalite Canyon (with Conrad Anker), river surfing in Missoula, and hiking Mount Gould in Glacier National Park. Follow their adventure here >>

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