Today we are returning to Mallards Rest. It’s a fishing access site and section of State Land that we’ve walked in cold weather in previous years. A viewer requested a warm weather version so here we go. It’s a beautiful day in July about mid morning. We’ll walk along the rim of the slope and then down into the valley to say hi to some cows and see the Yellowstone River. From there, we walk back up the hill and then back down to the campground and boat ramp area that has been closed since the 2022 floods. The high water eroded the bank in a way that makes the road dangerous which I show you.

This is a longer walk at over an hour but the views kind of make for that. As always, I chat along the way but also try to leave some room to hear the birds singing and the river rushing. Enjoy and let me know what you think. Keep on steppin’ -Henry

Take some more walks in Paradise Valley:
Exploring Sage Lodge on a Snowy Winter Day in Paradise Valley
Mallards Rest in Paradise Valley Nature Walk
Deep Creek Trail in Paradise Valley, MT
Virtual Hike up the Hogback Trail in Montana’s Paradise Valley
Snowy Walk at the Mallards Rest access in Paradise Valley
Point of Rocks Virtual Hiking Trail
Snowy Suce Creek Forest Trail on Montana
Suce Creek Nature Walk near Livingston, MT

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