My 5 Favorite Photo Moments in Montana’s Bob Marshall Wilderness

You know those times when you’ve just experienced something amazing that you don’t even know how to start putting the experience into words? Well, that’s me right now at this exact moment as I’m trying to write about my week-long pack trip into the Bob Marshall Wilderness with Mills Wilderness Adventures

And since I don’t currently have the words, for now I thought I’d show you my top 5 photography moments into a place that’s affectionately called “The Bob” by locals.

Take a look…

1. The Chinese Wall. 

Taking in the view from the south end of the wall.

Taking in the view from the south end of the wall.

2. Morning light in White River. 

Looking at our tents from the cook tent.

Looking at our tents from the cook tent.

3. Wildflowers + Gladiator Mountain. 

After crossing rocky terrain, this lush mountain meadow was an incredible surprise.

After crossing rocky terrain, this mountain meadow was an incredible surprise.

4. Forest light. 

Turk walking his horse down a short path to the river.

Turk walking his horse down a short path to the river.

5. The morning wrangle for horses + mules. 

Each morning, a wrangler would go and gather the horses and mules.

Each morning, a wrangler would go and gather the horses and mules.

Can’t wait to share more about the trip!

xo,
TT

12 thoughts on “My 5 Favorite Photo Moments in Montana’s Bob Marshall Wilderness

  1. Dian Miller

    I spent the best 15 years of my life in Montana. I came back to Tennessee because of Grand babies. Thank you for the memories

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  2. Janet Mary

    Perhaps words are not enough to describe the lived experience of Montana and thev’Bob’. Perhaps that’s why we go and keep going back, and why we feel such a connection with the people we share the experience with.

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  3. MELISSE ROBINSON

    I think about that trip every day. Trying to explain to people the natural beauty and elevation……pretty hard to put into words. It’s what you feel on the inside. I’m still smiling. Well said Janet Mary. Thinking of you Tia Troy xx

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    1. tiatroy Post author

      It’s so hard to put into words, Melisse! And I’m so happy to have met you and Janet on that trip. Sending you xoxos from Montana!

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