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Across the Plateau

Beartooth Wilderness, Montana

At the treeline in the Beartooth Wilderness, a river confidently flows across a massive plateau that stretches for several miles across the ridge of a 12,000 foot mountain range, named by Native Americans after its resemblance to a bearís teeth.  Jagged peaks and deep gorges are made of some of the oldest rock on earth at four billion years.

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