The Bighorns

Take a look at sledding in the Bighorns. The Bighorn National Forest offers scenic wilderness vistas, aspen groves, steep canyons, tree riding, groomed trails, and plenty of wide open meadows.

Guide Sean Williams hitting an early season booter.

Guide Sean Williams hitting an early season booter.

Guide Jeff Shanor hanging loose on a warm November day in the Bighorns. Black Tooth Peak stands over 13,000 feet tall.

Guide Jeff Shanor hanging loose on a warm November day in the Bighorns. Black Tooth Peak stands over 13,000 feet tall.

Riley Sessions

Riley Sessions

Parkin’ lot posin’

Parkin’ lot posin’

2010 Polaris IQR Converted Mountain Sled.

Riley Sessions working on his re-entry game near the Shell Canyon area in the Bighorns.

Riley Sessions working on his re-entry game near the Shell Canyon area in the Bighorns.

Guide Jeff Shanor on his 2017 Ski-Doo Gen 4 165”

Guide Jeff Shanor on his 2017 Ski-Doo Gen 4 165”

Levi Krech

Levi Krech

On top of Burnt Mountain with Black Mountain in the background about 15 miles away

On top of Burnt Mountain with Black Mountain in the background about 15 miles away

Guide Sean Williams in some early season powder near Granite Pass in the Bighorns.

Guide Sean Williams in some early season powder near Granite Pass in the Bighorns.

Riley Sessions with the 189,000 acre Cloud Peak Wilderness serving as a backdrop.

Riley Sessions with the 189,000 acre Cloud Peak Wilderness serving as a backdrop.

Black Tooth stands at 13,005ft. This iconic peak can be seen from almost 100 miles away.

Black Tooth stands at 13,005ft. This iconic peak can be seen from almost 100 miles away.

Sean Williams tearing up the meadows below Black Mountain.

Sean Williams tearing up the meadows below Black Mountain.

Riley Sessions working on reentries on a very warm spring day in April up Red Grade.

Riley Sessions working on reentries on a very warm spring day in April up Red Grade.

Tucker Goss working on reentries on his Timbersled in the Granite Pass area.

Tucker Goss working on reentries on his Timbersled in the Granite Pass area.