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Swan Mountains a Gateway to Montana Adventure

South of Swan Peak, Lion Creek Pass offers another important route into the Bob Marshall Wilderness by way of Palisades and Little Salmon creeks. The route up the Swan-face side travels through...

 By Micah Drew    News    August 17, 2017

A Smoke-Covered Holland Peak

SWAN VALLEY - As the terminus of summer loomed nearer, and my tenure reporting for the Pathfinder approached with equal speed and horror, I knew I needed to get in one last adventure before trading in...


SLE Outdoor Education Spring and Summer Update

Seeley Lake Elementary's (SLE) Outdoor Program immerses students in our local heritage, culture, landscape and outdoor adventure, using these as a foundation to study language arts, social studies,...

 By Andi Bourne    News    June 16, 2016

Greenough Retires after Nearly 31 Years

SWAN VALLEY - After working for the Condon Post Office for two months short of 31 years, Ellie Greenough is looking forward to her retirement. Greenough has seen a lot of changes and worked through...


Unsolved Mysteries Linger in the Swan Valley

SWAN VALLEY - Unsolved Mysteries in the Swan Valley was the topic March 11 at the Swan Valley Museum. Upper Swan Valley Historical Society (USVHS) president Steve Lamar told the stories with the aid...


Rumble Creek Lakes

Length: 2 to 3 miles to Lower Rumble Creek Lake and another 1/2 mile to a mile to Upper Rumble Creek Lake. Distance varies with route. Elevation: Trailhead at 4,800 feet; Lower Rumble Creek Lake -... Full story


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