Family Time

Lach, Devon
Local Bozeman resident and author/illustrator Ted Rechlin gives Montana’s children of all ages a chance to find out what a year in the life of a Yellowstone grizzly is like in his new book Silvertip (Riverbend Publishing, $10). Read more >>
Wozer, Jeff
“Careful with that stick,” I warned Tanner, my five-year-old nephew, as he waved it wildly about like a symphony conductor testing a new baton. “Don’t worry,” assured Missy, my sister. “Tan wouldn’t hurt a fly.” Read more >>
Harrison, Melynda
When your kid is ready to graduate from beginner status and take to the hills, try one of these (relatively) easy trails:Bozeman Creek / Sourdough Canyon—mileage varies Read more >>
kids, family, summer, children
Melynda Harrison
Bozeman summers are fleeting. Get out there quick, and enjoy the sun as a family.Take a Hike. Set a goal that everyone will want to reach. Make it to the top of Drinking Horse Mountain, Hyalite Lake, or Sacajawea Peak. Read more >>
Harrison, Melynda
If you live in the Gallatin Valley, you know that biking is pretty damn fun. What you might not know is that biking with kids can be just as much fun—even though it takes a little more work and planning. Read more >>
Reuss, Dave
Getting your kids into the outdoors is great, but teaching them at the same time is even better. For the last 15 years, Montana Outdoor Science School (MOSS) has been providing quality outdoor education and nature camps for the youth of Bozeman. Read more >>
Reuss, Dave
Stricken with the struggles of puberty, awkward attempts at dating, and the ever-precarious Rubik’s cube of social acceptance, middle school is a hard time in every kid’s life. Read more >>
Mussehl-Aziz, Judee
The coming of spring is a big deal, and the Bozeman Recreation Department has planned many programs to get kids and families outdoors. Here are some highlights: Read more >>
Soukup, Grant
In Montana, it's a sin to not take a kid fishing. Thankfully, most Montana communities are blessed with ponds and streams managed and stocked specifically for kids. Read more >>
Bass, Rick
After a long winter in the Montana high country, glacier lilies are among the first color to return that does not crawl or creep or fly. Read more >>
England, Mike
Last summer, an elementary schoolteacher in southern California happened upon a copy of Outside Bozeman. For a writing exercise, she read an essay about fishing on the Gallatin River to her students, and told them to describe on paper how the story made them feel. Read more >>
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