Photo 1/15 | Sawtelle Peak Summit | The view from the 10,000-foot summit of Sawtelle Peak looks out over three states.
Photo 2/15 | Red Rock Pass Sign | Red Rock Pass crosses the Continental Divide at 7,000 feet of altitude, where Idaho and Montana meet.
Photo 3/15 | Wildflower Field | Fields of wildflowers flourish in the Island Park area.
Photo 4/15 | Trout | Trout are abundant in Big Spring’s crystal clear waters.
Photo 5/15 | Big Springs | Big Spring pumps out more than 12 million gallons of water daily and serves as the headwaters of Henry's Fork of the Snake River.
Photo 6/15 | Mesa Falls Waterfall | Mesa Falls is a spectacular waterfall located on Henry’s Fork. There are actually two falls, an upper and lower.
Photo 7/15 | Johnny Sack Cabin | The Johnny Sack Cabin is a national historical site and is located at Big Springs via the Mesa Falls Scenic Byway.
Photo 8/15 | Johnny Sack Cabin Stone Fireplace | Johnny Sack built his cabin by hand, including this stone fireplace.
Photo 9/15 | Woodworking Tools | Some of the tools of Johnny Sack’s woodworking craftsmanship are on display in his cabin.
Photo 10/15 | Hell Roaring Creek Sign | Hell Roaring Creek is found along Red Rock Road and is the farthest headwaters of the Missouri River.
Photo 11/15 | Soda Fountain At Five 11 Main | The soda fountain at Five 11 Main in Ashton is located in the 100-year-old former City Drug store. (Photo courtesy of Five 11 Main)
Photo 12/15 | Ice Cream Sundae | Ice cream treats at Five 11 Main help put the finishing touches on a day of sightseeing in the area. (Photo courtesy of Five 11 Main)
Photo 13/15 | Cave Falls Waterfall | Cave Falls is a 250-foot-wide waterfall in a seldom-visited corner of Yellowstone National Park.
Photo 14/15 | Hebgen Lake Visitor Center | The visitor center at the Hebgen Lake Earthquake site is situated right on Highway 287.
Photo 15/15 | Madison River Valley | The earthquake caused a massive landslide, which careened across the Madison River valley.