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The effort makes the catch Anyone who spends time during summer and fall below Holter Lake on the Missouri becomes intimately familiar with one of the most prolific hatches on the storied water: not baetis or caddis, but daily swarms of drift boats launching beneath the dam and...
Beehive basin, alpine climbing, Montana, mountain, Beehive Peak
Multipitch alpine climbing in Beehive Basin. Exit the tram atop Lone Peak, let the view wrap your mind with 360-degree exposure—the wild Montana landscape, its dramatic rise and fall of range and valley—and 99% of the time, find your eye drawn to the prominent south face of...
Uncovered in the high country It was a long time ago. I was young, independent, and full of myself. Having grown up an hour north of Yellowstone Park, I was used to the great outdoors. Our ranch buildings were mere steps from a river that wound around misty, rugged peaks...

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Upcoming Events

Jul 24th
Location: White Sulpher Springs Cost: $115/3 day pass, $45/day. Available in early spring. Details: Come connect with good folks and dance your pants off. It's time to celebrate the hard working side of Montana with a musical lineup that will have you dancing morning till night...
Jul 23rd, Jul 24th
Details: Throughout the month of July, The Trust for Public Land and Learning by Nature will host free outdoor nature camps for ages 8-16 at the Story Mill Site. These camps involve a hands on exploration of the rich ecological and cultural history of the Story Mill site and...
Jul 24th, Jul 31st
Location: Downtown Bozeman Cost: Free Event Details: Every Thursday evening from late June to August come downtown and enjoy live music, food, and summer fun. Bring the kids from 6:30 pm to 8 pm for planned activities games with the Children’s Museum, Montana Outdoor Science...

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Wilderness Walks highlight land management opportunities. We crossed the meadow of wildflowers as lush green grasses fell away below us; along the ridge, a charred pine forest guarded our right flank. I imagined riding my bike through this beautiful country, the steady climb...
A Chestnut climbing adventure gone wrong. There are times in our lives when we look back at the bad luck we've had in the past and feel grateful—grateful that it wasn't worse, that we didn't end up in a wheelchair, or permantely bedridden, or even dead. Some supreme being has...
Scientifically unproven running-enhancement tips. When I tell people I'm training for the Rut, the remorse in my voice leads them to believe I’m running the 50k,—the course that goes up Lone Peak—but it's actually the 12k baby Rut that's filling my psyche with images of being...

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