Slough Creek. Yellowstone National Park

Slough Creek at the first meadow
Slough Creek in the middle of the first meadow above the
campground. Copyright Ralph Maughan

 

 

Copyright © Ralph Maughan

Winter at the base of the Buffalo Plateau (Mom's Ridge) in lower Slough Creek


Slough Creek is a major tributary of the Lamar River. It rises in the Absaroka/Beartooth Wilderness, north of Yellowstone Park, and flows southward through elk and bison-filled meadows and short canyons. This beautiful drainage has at times been the range of the Rose Creek, Druid Peak, Geode Creek, and currently the Slough Creek Pack.

Slough Creek is one of the richest wildlife areas of the Park.


Last rev. 5-8-2005 rmaughan2@cableone.net