Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area位于蒙大拿州的东南部,延伸至怀俄明州,在Bighorn River河谷保留了120,000英亩的土地,包括Afterbay Dam建造的湖泊。 比格霍恩的峡谷深度在1000-2,500英尺之间,切入侏罗纪时期的矿床,揭示化石和化石轨道。 峡谷提供多样化的沙漠灌木丛,杜松林地,山地桃花心木林地,山艾树草原,盆地草原,河岸和针叶林地。 穿越公园的Bad Pass Trail已经使用了一万多年,其标志是遍布13英里的500个岩石石标。 从18世纪初开始,Absarokaa(或乌鸦)搬进了比格霍恩国家,并将其作为自己的家。 第一个徘徊并留下山谷描述的欧洲人是弗朗索瓦·安托万·拉罗克(FrançoisAntoineLarocque),他是法国 加拿大的皮毛商人,也是英国西北公司的雇员,是刘易斯和克拉克探险队的直接竞争对手。


The Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area is located in southeastern Montana and extends to Wyoming. It retains 120,000 acres of land in the Bighorn River Valley, including the lake built by Afterbay Dam. Bighorn’s canyons range in depth from 1,000 to 2,500 feet and cut into the Jurassic deposits, revealing fossil and fossil orbits. The canyon provides a variety of desert bushes, juniper forest land, mountain mahogany woodland, mountain arbor grassland, basin grassland, river bank and coniferous forest land. The Bad Pass Trail across the park has been in use for more than 10,000 years and is marked by 500 rock markers throughout 13 miles. Since the beginning of the 18th century, Absarokaa (or crow) has moved into the Bighorn country as its home. The first European to describe the valley and leave the valley description is FrançoisAntoine Larocque, a French-Canadian fur trader, an employee of the Northwestern Company, and an expedition to Lewis and Clark. The team’s direct competitors.

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