Doubt this qualifies as an expedition, but i'm planning a trip to Montana and Wyoming for this coming June. My son graduates HS this year and my best bud and i are taking him west. We'll have a convoy of 3 modified Jeeps.
We'll be leaving 6/9/06 and return to Philadelphia area around the 25th. I expect to get out to Wall,SD by noon on the 11th. Plan is to spend a few days outside Yellowstone fishing the area and then to Glacier for another week of camping and exploring and seeing the sights.
Were not the type to camp in common campgrounds and are seeking advice from others for remote camps, secret fishin holes and your favorite watering holes. Any input as far as backcountry scenic drives are also appreciated.
This will be my first trip to Grizzly country, i have read up on most Bear safety recomendations. I have camped in Black Bear country for years and never had an issue. Not being at the top of the food chain does make me nervous.
My bud has been to Glacier back in 94 with an old GF but did the inn/cabin thing. I'd like to make this a trip my son will remember for a lifetime...or until we get to Alaska in 08. Any input you guys can provide to make this a great trip will be much appreciated.
And of course any locals or others in the area are more than welcome to come share a seat around the campfire.
Thanks in advance!