I noticed a little bit of reduced power and possibly a bit more stalling on my WR450 but nothing noticeable with the F800GSA. Imu didn’t complain about any issues with his WR250. (any comments @simbaboy ?). But my GF’s XT250 was tremendously dogged at the altitudes. I did a couple of test runs the first day and I’m not sure how she did as well as she did given the poor performance. An upgrade for her is moving up the list. There was plentiful wild camping on the mostly Forest Service lands (lots of BLM in the area though). The only restrictions were that all travel had to be on existing tracks (including wild camp spots). This is due to the very fragile nature of the ground in the Big Horns. The non-frozen times are pretty short, so the recently thawed earth doesn’t have much time to recover from ruts or other damage before winter comes back. (This is visible On the roads in the video, especially of day three.) Riding season is barely three months. George showed us a couple spots where someone had driven across a meadow once, like 20 years previously, that looked like it was last week. Fuel and supplies are available at Burgess Junction where US14A splits off US14. The next time we go to the area we’ll likely stay near there and save the 45 minute trip each way from Sheridan. It’s not nearly as remote as the Steens in that regard.