Bear Gulch Pictographs tell the story of early Natives in Montana
BearGulch Pictographs is in central Montana, at the foothills of the Little Snowy Mountains.
Spring and summer bring greens and browns that are breathtaking. Fall turns the hills and valleys into a plethora of colors from the turning leaves and ripening berries that are indigenous to this area. Winter wipes the slate clean by blanketing the ground with a layer of pure white snow. Any time of year, it's a sight to behold.
The historic pictographs are 27 miles southeast of Lewistown, Montana, and 17 miles southwest of Grass Range.
June 1st to Sept 30th
Wednesday - Sunday
Daily tour starts PROMPTLY at 10am and lasts approximately 2 hours.
One tour per day. (Without prior, special reservation.)
Special tours outside of normal hours/days/season available by prior reservation only
FOR MORE INFORMATION
Fraternity of War is a detailed account of Beargulch and Atherton Canyon pictograph sites.
This 8.5" x 11" paperback has over 400 pages and includes hundreds of photos, drawings and diagrams used to show the many different aspects of both sites. Also included is a media disk full of information on the recording of the site. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.