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All things O/B — the latest issue, our online archives from the past 17 (gasp!) years, staff and contributor bios, contributor guidelines, contact info, and more.

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  • Archives

    Cougar-collars, Bozeman, cougars
    Joe King
    Cougar collars save lives.  Read more >>
    Mount Blackmore, Hyalite
    Joyce Pollastro
    Naming Mount Blackmore. At 10,154 feet, Mount Blackmore looms high above Bozeman on the southern horizon. Anyone who has lived in town for more than a few weeks can point to the peak, but few know how the mountain got its name. Read more >>
    Sassa GTX Women's Mid Lowa, Sassa, Lowa, women's boot
    Brandy Burke
    For women with ankle instability, the Lowa Sassa GTX Mid trekking boot is what you need. Read more >>
    Red Lodge Trail
    Traute Parrie
    A Red Lodge trail pays dividends.  Read more >>
    chest pack, fishing chest rig, Outside Bozeman
    Mike England
    Once an essential apparatus, the fly-fishing vest no longer holds hegemony, thanks in large part to innovations like the FHF Gear Fishing Chest Rig. Read more >>
  • Mouthin' Off

    the editors
    Howdy there, folks. Love your mag — usually great fun and good info. We have a nephew at MSU, so your mag sorta helps keep me and my brother Will in touch with him. However, your summer issue, in our view, was less than the norm. Read more >>
    England, Mike
    The law locks up the man or womanWho steals the goose from off the common,But lets the greater felon looseWho steals the common from the goose.—Anonymous Read more >>
    the editors
    Despite half our staff being females over 30 (and half of those over 50), there’s a contingent of the Bozeman populace that believes Outside Bozeman is put together by a bunch of 20-something dude-bros who do little more than lap Leverich and bomb Bridger between half-stoned pints at the Read more >>
    Yellowstone Cutthroat Trout
    the editors
    Comments from O/B readers. Read more >>
  • Season Opener

    Bozeman, Montana, Drew Pogge
    Drew Pogge
    Choosing day by day.   “People are like dice. We throw ourselves in the direction of our own choosing.” ―Jean-Paul Sartre Read more >>
    Climber, outside, Fear Knot
    Pogge, Drew
    Learning to accept uncertainty. “When nothing is sure, everything is possible.”—Margaret Drabble Read more >>
    Gallatin Valley
    Pogge, Drew
    Bozeman's time of transition. Things do not change; we change. —Henry David Thoreau Read more >>
    biking Montana, Outside Bozeman, trails
    Pogge, Drew
    The outdoor honor code."Unfaithfulness in the keeping of an appointment is an act of clear dishonesty. You may as well borrow a person’s money as his time.” —Horace Mann Read more >>
    Reuss, Dave
    "I believe that there is a subtle magnetism in Nature, which, if we unconsciously yield to it, will direct us aright." –Henry David Thoreau Read more >>
  • About Us

    Maybe it started with a hike up Sypes Canyon at dusk, when the clouds seemed to converge over the Tobacco Roots, as if to float just a little Read more >>
    Designer and Illustrator Angie Mangels left the potato fields of northwest Montana behind to pursue a career in art and skiing. Finding the mountains around Bozeman to be a perfect fit, she put down roots and started exploring the area by feet, on skis, and by bike. Read more >>
    Described by a recent intern as "abrasive, egotistical, and borderline psychotic," editor and publisher Mike England firmly believes in the power of negative reinforcement. Read more >>
    rock climbing, O/B staff, Emma Nord
    In pursuit of a geology degree, Emma left her hometown of Boise, Idaho for San Diego, California. She quickly found that the local crags were schist, and preferred the mountains and high desert to the beach—and writing over chemistry. Read more >>
    With "no particular achievements but no major deficiencies," Drew brings the "it" factor to O/B. Raised in Tennessee and Georgia, he's more familiar with the Smokies than the Bridgers, but he always dreamed of moving out west. Read more >>
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