camping, campground tour, fall camping
the editors
There’s a sweet spot in the fall, unfolding as subtly as a turning leaf. Seasonal crowds dwindle, but the days are still pleasant. Weather starts to change, but cool nights under a sleeping bag offer some of the best sleep of the year. Read more >>
canoe camping montana float river
Cordelia Pryor
Overnight canoe trips around Bozeman.
Lake Mary Ronan State Park
Chris McCarthy
Slowing down in the Flathead Valley.
adventure-mobile, camping, buggies
Joshua Bergan
Soon after we’d discovered that the rooftop “emergency exit” on our truck camper was actually a hatch to the party roof, the landscape stopped me in my tracks. Read more >>
camping, Gallatin Range, Hoodoos, superstition
Vicki Sielaff
Out in the wild woods, reality and myth come together.  Read more >>
Review: Nemo Spike
Mike England
Nothing beats chasing elk through the high country—and nothing’s worse than being caught in a nasty squall five miles from camp. Read more >>
Review: Zenbivy Bed 23
David Tucker
When I opened Zenbivy’s ultralight sleep system and saw instructions for a video tutorial, I was skeptical. Why do I need instructions to sleep? Read more >>
camping, road trip, biking
David Tucker
Adding style to a summer road-trip. 
Hatch Adventures, Montana Mountain Biking, Targhee Creek Trail
David Tucker
Sending off the biking season in style. 
Primus PrimeTech 1.3L
Taylor Burlage
With an integrated burner, two 1.3L pots, a lockable pot-gripper, and a lid with an integrated colander, the Read more >>
Emily Harris
Spring camping in the Park. 
Jayco, camping, camping trailer
Mike England
The challenge for those who want to haul a camping trailer—apart from being teased about getting soft—is finding a m Read more >>
Saxifrage salad, foraging, Bozeman,
Thomas J. Elpel
Foraging with a purpose. 
Knight, Phil
Canoe camping made easy
winter camping, dream vs. reality, humor
the editors
How great is it, actually?
patagonia wood burning stove
Mike England
There’s something extremely satisfying about cooking over a natural fire. But when backpacking, there’s generally something extremely inconvenient, too. Read more >>
hammock tent camping
Mike England
When sleeping solo, I’ve always preferred a hammock—except when it’s raining, in which case a tent is the superior option. Read more >>
kickback rocker camping chair
Mike England
Nothing beats kicking back at camp after a long day on the trail. Except this: kicking back in a rocking chair, the easy undulations lulling you into a euphoric stupor. Read more >>
dutch oven, cooking, campfire
Simon Peterson
Cast-iron cooking over the campfire.
adventure travel van fishing trip
Mike England
Caving in to creature comforts.
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