Mount Blady sacred and spiritual


Rising 6,916 feet above sea level, Mount Baldy stands tall as a symbol of personal and geographic discovery. Located in the Bear Paw Mountains just east of the ski bowl on Rocky Boy's Indian Reservation, the mountain forms a near perfect cone, complete with snow-covered peak.

Centuries before Lewis and Clark made reference to Mount Baldy in a journal describing their historic journey, various Indian tribes began using the mountain for spiritual retreats. Even today, Mount Baldy serves as a sacred site for religious ceremonies.

"Long before there was a reservation here, our people had a spir...

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