Yellowstone National Park

Red Lodge, Montana

An Undiscovered Treasure at the Northeast Gateway to Yellowstone


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Red Lodge, recognized as the northeast gateway to Yellowstone National Park, is truly an undiscovered treasure that every Yellowstone visitor should make time to visit.  With its spectacular scenery, friendly people, vast outdoor activities, and abundant wildlife, Red Lodge is becoming an increasingly popular destination for Yellowstone National Park visitors. 

Red Lodge is located approximately 58 miles from the northeast entrance of Yellowstone National Park.  The road, highway 212 also known as the Beartooth Highway, takes you over the magnificent Beartooth Mountains with spectacular views, lakes, rivers, waterfalls, and year-round snow fields.  In 2003, the Beartooth Highway was designated as an All-American Highway.  The region is also home to a variety of wildlife including moose, mountain goats, bear, deer, marmots, and many other species.  The drive has been widely recognized as one of the most scenic in North America.

In short, Red Lodge and the Beartooth Highway are well worth taking time to visit.  The visitor that fails to do so is a visitor that has missed something special in the Yellowstone experience.  Make certain that you don't miss out - take time to experience this hidden treasure!

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