I had the wonderful experience of driving to the top of Bear Tooth Pass yesterday. I can't believe I haven't been there before since the pass isn't that far outside of Yellowstone Park. This year the pass is only half way open. There was a mudslide last May that closed part of the pass. I hope to return next summer when I can go all the way across. The western summit is almost 11,000 feet high. Here is a link to the entire gallery http://www.pbase.com/terrif/autumn_ride__2005 Here are a few sample shots. I hope I did the area justice. It is an amazing experience. All taken with the D70 and 18-70 lens plus a polarizer. Subscribe to see EXIF info for this image (if available) View attachment 15806 View attachment 15807 View attachment 15808 View attachment 15809 View attachment 15810 View attachment 15811 If you ever go there--dress warmly. It was so cold and windy at the top. I couldn't use a tripod at the very top. I was afraid it would blow over.