25-May-2013 -- I took a break from exploring Yellowstone National Park to visit Bozeman, Montana, and this interesting-looking degree confluence point just to the north. From Yellowstone's north entrance (Gardner, MT), I drove north to Livingston, then a few miles east on I-90. I then took US-89 north to the small town of Winsall, then took State Road 86 west to Flathead Pass Road (gravel). Flathead Pass Road started out smooth, but suddenly (at a cattle guard) turned very rough. Fortunately, with my 4WD SUV, I was able to negotiate this road (slowly), before turning right on a (much smoother) dirt road, about 2 miles from the confluence point. A series of dirt roads took me within 1/4 mile of the confluence point (so I was able to drive a little closer than the previous visitor - Mark Sheehan - in 2001). I then had to climb up a steep, east-facing hillside, to reach the confluence point, which lies in a clearing (which allowed me to get WAAS satellite reception, giving me an error of just 12 feet).
I found it interesting how similar my north-east-south-west photos looked to Mark Sheehan's, even though 12 years had elapsed since his visit.
Afterwards, I backtracked on Flathead Pass Road, then continued on State Road 86 south to Bozeman.