Klim, the powersports outerwear and gear giant, hosted its annual Cow Tag dirt bike ride on June 25 at Kelly Canyon Ski Resort.

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A group of riders head out of the Kelly Canyon parking lot and into the Big Hole backcountry.

The Rigby, ID-based company puts the ride on right in its backyard trails, spanning across the Big Hole mountains all the way to Horseshoe Canyon west of Driggs and Fleming Canyon in the south, near Pine Creek Pass.


Klim’s Dustin Pancheri addresses the crowd at the rider’s meeting on June 25.


Riders Pierce Pendleton, Nate Helle, and Elmer Hansen made the trip from Dillion, MT to ride in the Klim Cow Tag.


In the spring, volunteers from numerous trail advocacy groups put in long days, clearing the Big Hole trails so that the Cow Tag ride can run smoothly. 


A group of riders makes their way under the Klim arch and on towards the trails.


A rider shows off for his buddy in front of one of the Kelly Canyon chairlifts before the Klim Cow Tag