By Rick and Susie Graetz
Department of Geography University of Montana 

This is Montana

Bits of Montana Wisdom (Part 4 of 5)

 

Call it 670 miles – or perhaps more precisely 674 miles – but either way, the Yellowstone River remains the nation's longest undammed waterway. It's a great river that meanders through some of the finest mountain and prairie topography on the planet – peaks reaching past 12,000 feet in elevation, the largest high-mountain lake on the continent, dense evergreen forests, buttes, colorful ba...



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