I swore I had a thread here too asking for any known "off the beaten path" type roads in central or western Montana. Guess not. At any rate, we leave on August 27th after work and are gone for 10 days (through Labor Day). The plan... is that we have no plans. There is no agenda or place that we have to be on any given day. We leave. We drive. We explore. We hike/bike. We camp. We take pictures. We get lost (but hopefully not too lost). And we come home. So, my question to you (and others from other forums) is that if you know of areas with decent, scenic travel - unpaved surfaces, please - to let me know a general idea of where they can be found. I've got 3 so far that look promising: - Route from Glacier National Park to Kintla Lake via forest/fire service roads - Missouri Breaks Backcountry Byway - Beartooth Pass (near Cooke City, MT) Anyone else know of others that might be of interest? Looking for easy/mild - light moderate trails. We need to make it back on our own. EDIT: Oh, and I'll be updating the blog that's linked below in my signature while traveling as well.