A snowmobile rider is caught playing in the snow Saturday on the Big Horn Mountains east of Lovell. User PackMan gets the double bonus as he enjoys a great day on the hill and wins Best of the Basin for January 28, 2017!
Mountain Loin at nightHere is a quick video of a mountain lion from the wildlife camera near Lockhart Ranch.
Posted by Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area on Saturday, January 28, 2017
Our friends out at Big Horn Canyon NRA recently posted a photo of a large mountain lion who made an appearance on one of the Park’s trail cams near the Lockhart Ranch. Congrats on bagging Best of the Basin for January 27, 2017!
Hot Springs State Park is one of the “hottest” attractions in the Basin, although one of the Park’s bison looks pretty frosty in this photo shared by the Thermopolis Independent Record and photographer Cindy Glasson. Congrats on a great photo and being awarded Best of the Basin for January 26, 2017!
A climber makes his way up a frozen rock face near Cody. The photo was published to remind area ice climbing enthusiasts of the upcoming Cody Ice Festival being held February 10-12, 2017. Congrats to photographer Aaron Mulkey for a fantastic photo and for being named Best of the Basin for January 25, 2017!
A cow and calf moose were spotted recently crossing Buffalo Bill Reservoir near Cody. The photo, credited to Samantha Gullickson and published in the Cody Enterprise, takes home the prize for Best of the Basin, January 23, 2017!
The perch were biting hard Saturday at the Dike Pond near Buffalo Bill Reservoir. BOTB reader GrizzlyIceMan submitted this photo of a monster perch and with it wins Best of the Basin for January 21, 2017!
Scouts from around the Basin gathered this weekend for the annual Klondike Derby at Camp Buffalo Bill west of Cody. Powell Tribune reporter Gib Mathers captured these scouts practicing rescue training and with it, wins Best of the Basin for January 22, 2017.
Photographer Leon Jensen (credit Cody Enterprise) wins Best of the Basin for January 20, 2017 with this look at local landmark “Four Old Men in a Toboggan,” along the North Fork of the Shoshone River.
Credit to Powell’s Greg Wise for this amazing recent look at frigid Heart Mountain and his being name Best of the Basin for this day, January 19, 2017!