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“Gorgeous place in nearly pristine state”
Review of Pryor Mountains

Ranked #22 of 67 things to do in Billings
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Owner description: Located south of Billings, these mountains boast beautiful vistas, spectacular canyons and high mountain meadows for hiking, camping and hunting.
Reviewed 1 September 2012

You won't find many tourists here (and not many tourist amenities), but that's what makes this out-of-the-way place so great. If you're lucky you'll see the wild horses.

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Reviewed 15 June 2012

I know they are free to roam and you just never know. There were some pretty views out there, but don't go out of your way to visit.

3  Thank melt774
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Reviewed 17 February 2012

these mountains are great little place to take a daytrip. There are some wild horses that hang out mostly onthe southern portion. There are some gesr and deer as wrll, if you hunt all deer and elk are special permit only. There is a cave called ice cave and its pretty cool also.

3  Thank jon g
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Reviewed 27 April 2011

Pryor Mountains are a long way from Billings and not as shown on the map. A great place for locals, and they can get into trouble with roads, distance from any facilities(any!)

6  Thank Dick43_11
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Reviewed 2 April 2008

This is a great spot to go hiking and get in touch with nature. There are petroglyphs along some small rocky canyons, rock spires, a herd of wild horses, and some Ice Caves in the area. There are maps available in the local bookstores. The roads in this mountain range are mostly maintained, but a wrong turn can get you lost quite easily.

5  Thank pudgynbess
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