3rd Beartooth Adventure 2021Cody, WyomingAugust 18 - 22

Our adventure begins in historic Cody, Wyoming, home of the Buffalo Bill Center and the Cody Firearms Museum. Our journey begins traveling north from Cody toward Clarks Fork Canyon. We’ll be navigating the deep canyon and rolling river to the starting point of the Morrison Jeep Trail. The Morrison switchbacks that lie ahead, 27 to be exact, will be an incredible feat. These switchbacks are very tight and steep, which is why this Adventure must be run without trailers. This section is very dangerous and not for the faint of heart, so an optional go around will be provided. We’ll gain close to 5,000 feet in elevation as we climb to the Beartooth Plateau above, revealing astonishing views over the canyon. Then we’ll travel north on Goose Lake Jeep Trail and climb in elevation to over 10,000 feet. Along the way, we will be stopping to enjoy some of the many mountain lakes above 9,000 feet which include Star, Round, and Long Lakes. Then we’ll return down Goose Lake Trail, and through rolling hills climbing to an elevation just shy of 10,000 feet as we cross over LuLu Pass. We’ll pass by Lake Abundance then down a series of switchbacks that will drop us into our final destination, Cooke City, Montana, the east entrance to Yellowstone National Park.

Tow points are Mandatory. GMRS radios are required.

Participant Jeeps with tires over 40″ WILL BE TURNED AWAY AT VEHICLE EVALUATION AND WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO ATTEND JAMBOREE, NO REFUND.

Registration Fees

Children under 12 strongly discouraged.

Driver: $750
First Passenger: $350
Each Additional Passenger: $100


Cancellation Policy

Days prior to trip date Penalty
Reservation to 45 days $125
44 days to 30 days 50%
29 days to 15 days 75%
14 days to trip date 100% (NO REFUND)
Transfer Fee $25
NO TRANSFERS 14 days prior to trip date

Opens Dec 10th 11:00am PST

For Registration Questions

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Director of Registration
Jake Horne
[email protected]

For Trip Specific Details

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Adventure Consultant
Shawn Gulling
[email protected]