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Casting before it was cool.  I think it happened in late July, 1980. Carl drove. We were high-school buddies, pals who grew up together breathing the scent of rain on sagebrush and living for things like elk and trout and Western skies. We had beer in a cooler and a couple of good cigars between us. Our fly rods were stashed in the back and we...
Kayaking the Clark's Fork, The Yellowstone River rapids, Outside Bozeman.
The Clark's Fork of the Yellowstone. Down in the cool waters,through swirling poolsabove thunderous fallsbetween giant polished bouldersand soaring canyon wallswe are at once immersed in angelic beautyand at peace with the pulse of a beast.                                    —J.P. Perdarder The Clark’s Fork of the Yellowstone begins its tumultuous...
The Hwy. 89 South Bike Path in Livingston will get a much-needed facelift this spring, part of a multi-phase project to eventually extend the trail all the way to Gardiner. Park County received funding from the Montana Department of Transportation to resurface the trail, update signs, and make ADA-accessible road crossings from Merrill Ln. to the...



Apr 24th, Apr 25th, Apr 26th
Details: This three day hands-on refresher course is for folks in need of rectifying their WFR. WMI WFR Refresher is open to all folks with a WFR of 70 hours or longer. WMI grads has a grace period of a year from the card expires. Contact Crossing Latitudes for a detailed course description.  Location: Lindley Park Center Cost: $300  
Apr 26th
Location: Bozeman Swim Center Time: 3:30-5pm Cost: FREE Details: Practice your rolls, dial in your tricks, and get ready for the river with open boating at the Swim Center.  
Apr 27th
Location: Bozeman Running Company Time: 6am Cost: FREE, with Run Bozeman membership dues. Details: As a mom, you have a busy schedule and fitting in time for exercise isn't always easy. That's why Run Bozeman created Morning Moms, a social way to stay fit. More details here.  


An excuse to exercise. A nice run followed by a craft beer: what could be better? Seems Bozeman Running Company's got the right idea. Not only has BRC seemingly cornered the early season running market with the Run to the Pub, but the Main Street mavens of everything running are also organizing monthly 5k brew runs through October. This year's...
The Smith lands on Most Endangered Rivers list. Every year since 1984, American Rivers has issued its America’s Most Endangered Rivers report to highlight ten rivers across the country that face a critical decision point over the next year that could determine their fate far into the future. The report garners national and even international media...
Until next year, Bridger Bowl. Once a year, the time comes when Bridger Bowl’s lifts quit spinning, and we're faced with the reality that we must find other ways to get on top of lines we wish to slash. It's at this point that Bridger’s skiers and snowboarders—and a large number of snowbladers—wake up, grab their brightest gaper attire, and head...

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