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  1. Jun 17,  · Pop your tent along the roadside for a peaceful night then enjoy the magical morning of wildflowers, cool breezes and if you are lucky, an elk or two. With an early start your chances of seeing some of the four hundred Sweet Grass Hills Elk are pretty good. Sun is coming up in Montana (below).
  2. Aug 25,  · Sweet Grass Hills, MT. Thread starter rmyoung1; Start date Aug 23, ; Aug 23, #1 rmyoung1 Well-known member. Joined Jul 12, Messages 1, I have a couple of questions for those of you who have hunted the Sweet Grass Hills in northern Montana. In that specific district, rifle bull elk tags are few in number.
  3. The Sweet Grass Hills are located in North Central Montana, north of Highway 2, right near the Canadian border. The Sweet Grass Hills consist of three distinct buttes with scattered grassy hills connecting them. The three buttes are West Butte (elevation of feet), Gold Butte (elevation of feet) and East Butte (elevation of feet).
  4. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Bernie Krause & Philip Aaberg - Meridian at Discogs. Complete your Bernie Krause & Philip Aaberg collection.
  5. The Sweet Grass Hills Backcountry Drive follows two different state highways, Montana and Montana , and travels between the tiny town of Sunburst and the nice, quaint town of Chester. Outside of Sunburst, the road is initially paved but turns to gravel as it approaches the first of the buttes.
  6. Sweetgrass baskets. Arranged for sale Vertical selective focus shot of sweetgrass branches covered with snow and the light of the sun. A vertical selective shot of sweetgrass branches covered with Selective closeup shot of a Sweetgrass at daytime with a blurry background. A selective closeup shot of a Sweetgrass at daytime with a blurry background Sweet grass wreaths made from the leftovers of.
  7. The Sweet Grass Hills have been a prominent landmark of northern Montana since the buffalo days. They rise nearly feet above the surrounding prairie and are visible for miles. The “Hills” were created by an igneous intrusion through older sedimentary rocks during the Eocene, about 50 million years ago. The Hills average inches of annual precipitation or about double what falls.

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