"Ski Lift Bear Paw Ski Bowl" black & white photograph, 2001, 8" x 10", price: $50 includes shipping & handling
"The Bear Paw Ski Bowl" is a popular downhill ski retreat in the area. It was established in the 1960's by the Chippewa-Cree tribe. The ski hill is 5,900 foot high and has a top elevation of one mile, and a 900-foot vertical drop. The ski resort has 24 runs for advanced, intermediate, and beginner skiers and snowboarders. The two exit ramps from its single chairlift are also great lookouts. To the north one can almost see as far as Canada. The view to the south shows peaks and valleys leading to the Missouri River Breaks and the Lewistown county beyond.