Fall 2016


Outside Bozeman Fall 2016, Outside Bozeman Magazine, Bozeman, Montana
Temperatures drop, leaves change, and snow arrives in the high country: it's fall in Montana and we couldn't be happier. We look forward to early-morning brown-trout fishing, week-long elk hunts, and the last mountain-bike ride of the season. It's with these outings in mind that we present the fall issue—full of inspiring tales of adventure, in-depth looks at the state of recreation in Montana, and helpful articles to get you through the season. It's our biggest fall issue yet, with more gear, more tips, and more stunning imagery. So grab a copy, stoke the fire, and put your feet up; after a long read, head outside and enjoy the fall.

 

Features

Drew Pogge Outside Bozeman, Bozeman Outdoor Recreation
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Pogge, Drew
Ten years at O/B.Place is everything. In life and in writing, a sense of place is what fills the soul and enlivens the page. Bozeman is a place like no other, and because of this—or perhaps in spite of it—it has changed who I am becoming.Like so many others, I arrived in Bozeman a college freshman... Details
Pioneer Bar, Virginia City Montana, Madison River, Bear Trap Canyon
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Fedorka, John
Trophy trout, heavy-handed cops, and small-town hospitality. A Madison River fishing story. Kind of.I leave early on this particular Friday, bumping into Boston Steve, whom I’d recently met. Steve’s a maniacal fly fisherman who moved to Bozeman for that reason; we became fast friends. I wouldn’t... Details
Yellowstone River, Lower Yellowstone, fly fishing, fishing Montana,
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Wink, Callan
A fishing guide's dilemma.It’s a fairly typical fall day on the Yellowstone River. We’d managed a few whitefish, a few trout. I’d told my one and only joke and it had gotten mixed reviews. We saw a bald eagle. We saw some mule deer. I got a text from a girl I’d been chasing all summer and now I was... Details
Montana Hunting Ethics, Hunt Right, Montana FWP
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Van Zwoll, Wayne
Ethics in sport.Surely elk-hunting is good for elk. Otherwise we’d have to defend killing as sport. Climbing in the dark against icy wind, after a tiring day that had shown me no elk, I saw antler tips before the bull saw me. Dodging through twisted pines, I got an offhand shot at 60 yards. The... Details
Lamar Wolf Pack, Yellowstone National Park, Yellowstone Wolves
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Williamson, Corrie
Tuning in to Yellowstone’s wolves.The alarm shrills in the frigid morning air. I work my way, hands first like a mole, from the synthetic tunnel of my sleeping bag, and poke my head out of the tent. The moon has vanished, and the only light comes from the pinpricks of November stars. Overhead winks... Details

Departments

Ski-Season Prepartion Tips, Bozeman
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Pogge, Drew
Getting your fall fill.Ski season is right around the corner, and that means excitement is high. But if you want to get after it this winter, you can’t just pull your junk out of the closet and hit the hill. Here are a few tips for checking your gear, making the most of the Bozeman ski swap, and... Details
Grizzly Bear Delisting, Hunting Girzzly Bears, Greater Yellowstone Coalition, Montana Wildlife Federation
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Opinions on the grizzly delisting.Grizzly-bear recovery is one of the great success stories from the conservation movement. On the brink of extinction in the 1970s, the species now thrives in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. This recovery has led many, including fish-and-wildlife agencies, to... Details
Montana Hunting Season, Bozeman vs.
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Comparing Montana's big game species.Here in Montana, majestic ungulates occupy our imaginations—not to mention our freezers—year-round. We scour the hillsides for them while hiking, dodge them on the roads, and sometimes just stop and stare as a herd moves across the land. Hunters take it a step... Details
Montana Trapping Ban, Montana I-177
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Respecting a Montana tradition.With time, comes change, and with change, comes conflict. Some conflict is small and manageable, like installing a new stop light; and some conflict is cumbersome and dynamic, such as regulating public land for the 21st-century realities of 2016 Montana.One such... Details
Huffing for Stuffing, Gallatin Valley Food Bank
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Brayton, Lea
Ten years of Huffing for Stuffing.For the past nine years, the Gallatin Valley Food Bank (GVFB) has been getting Bozeman folks to put down their forks and lace up their running shoes on Thanksgiving Day. Huffing for Stuffing—a 5 or 10k, fun-run or timed option—has cumulatively raised over $290,000... Details
Montana Wackos, Bozeman Characters
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A field guide.Montana attracts eccentrics like Wall Street attracts crooks. We have a long and storied tradition of weirdos, wackos, and wankers: the Unabomber, the Church Universal Triumphant (still waiting on that Armageddon!), “Project 7,” and the Freemen, not to mention all the run-of-the-mill... Details
Calamity Jane, Outside Bozeman, Icons of the West, female historic figures
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Manning, Jim
Fall stargazing.One of the most iconic figures of the Old West, who spent time in Livingston and Bozeman during her notorious life, is Calamity Jane. How Martha Jane Canary acquired her provocative nickname is a matter of speculation, but the most plausible account has the city editor of the... Details
Fall Running, Bozeman Montana
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Kimball, Nikki
Autumn trail runs.For many Americans, the term “fall foliage” induces thoughts of an endless sea of red, orange, and yellow throughout the mountains of the Northeast. Montana’s deciduous plants, like many of its people, are more understated. The loss of chlorophyll here creates a humble, subtle... Details
Grizzly Bear Delisting, Montana Grizzly Bear, Endangered Species List
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Jones, Andrea
Montana FWP explains the delisting.“We didn’t work on this for over 30 years to see the bear disappear.”That was the initial response from our regional bear expert Kevin Frey when asked what he wanted people to understand about the proposed delisting of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem (GYE)... Details
Fall Bozeman Montana, Mountain Biking Bozeman
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Drew Pogge
Making autumn count.“Don’t it always seem to go, that you don’t know what you’ve got till it’s gone.” ― Joni MitchellThere is an urgency to autumn, as the vast, bright horizon of summer narrows and dims, and it becomes clear that our unfulfilled plans—the backpacking trip in the Beartooths, the... Details
Fall Photography, Fall Landscapes, Bozeman Camera
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Glesner, Conor
Impactful fall photography.Montana—we’re lucky to live where we do. With snow-capped mountaintops, alpine lakes, dense forests, and all four seasons, it’s one hell of a place to be a photographer. Although, it seems that when we venture out, armed with our cameras and visions of Ansel Adams-like... Details
Bike Jousting, Haufbrau
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Drew Pogge
Winning honor (if not companionship). It’s Saturday night, late, dark, and chilly, with dry leaves rustling on creaking tree branches. And as the reality of the season sets in, single people everywhere begin the annual quest for winter companionship. The only thing colder, darker, and bleaker than... Details
Madison River Geology, Bear Trap Canyon
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Thacker, Jacob
Madison River geology.A hike, run, or climb in the crisp autumn air is something we all enjoy, along with the inevitable moments when we stop to take in the surroundings. As a geologist, I do this all the time. However, being a geologist, I also interpret the rock, and my eyes switch from natural... Details
Brown Trout Fishing, Montana
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Mcknight, Doug
Tying and fishing the Sasquatch.The cooler and shorter days of fall unleash some epic days on rivers all over Montana. Brown Trout are fall spawners, and they tend to get rather aggressive toward smaller fish and anything else that gets in their way. They know that winter is right around the corner... Details
Off-Limits Public Land, Inaccessible Public Land
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Montana's inaccessible public land.Montanans are the proud owners of millions of acres of public land, but some tracts are less accessible than you might think. Patchworks of public and private land, and illegally blocked public roads, make hunting, fishing, and other recreating almost impossible–... Details
Stream Access Law, Montana Public Land
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Kathryn QannaYahu
Saving a Montana ethic. You may not know it, but your rights are being eroded.We visually understand ground erosion, the damage to the land and water. Yet how many people perceive access erosion when fishing or floating a river, as a landowner locks us out, like Georgia billionaire James Cox... Details
DIY European Mounts, Bozeman Taxidermy
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Dehmer, Kurt
DIY European mounts.There comes a time in almost every hunter’s life when he or she harvests something that is considered a trophy. While this critter’s measurements may fall well short of any record books, to the hunter it is most certainly more than just meat in the freezer. Memories of the time... Details
Camo, Montana Hunting, Hunting Trends
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Dehmer, Kurt
Exposing camophiles.Hunting is one of the most basic and elemental activities that we engage in as humans, so why is it that we’re continually trying to complicate things? Take, for example, hunting clothing—specifically camouflage and “scent-free” or “scent-proof” clothing. Less than a century ago... Details
SwissFit Montana, Ski Training
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Caton, Will
Getting ski-fit.Soon, Ullr—a Norse god associated with snow and skiing—will be visiting our beautiful mountains, covering them with snowy goodness. This means that it’s almost time for skiing. At Swiss Fit Montana, we train all types of skiers, from professionals to beginners. Here are some basics... Details
Bozeman Ice Climbing, Ice-Climbing Training
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Drew Pogge
Guarantee a better pump.Ice climbing is super fun—at least, that’s what ice climbers will tell you. Of course, those of us who choose to spend hours in the mountains post-holing through snow, dangling from an ethereal substrate, and being cold, wet, and terrified, may not be the most reliable... Details
Neofeudal Montana, Lewis and Clark Canoe Trail
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Thomas Elpel
A land and people being conquered by money.When driving the backroads of Montana, opulence is not a word that comes to mind to describe pastoral scenes of hayfields, barbed-wire fences, and black Angus grazing in grassy pastures. To the naked eye, this is pure Montana, a traditional rural landscape... Details
Fly Fishing Shoulder Inury, Excel PT
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Adam Groves
Preventing fly-fishing shoulder injuries.For folks who find solace at the edge of deep pools, fooling fish with chicken feathers and squirrel tails, southwest Montana is heaven. I’ve met “honest” aficionados, heard countless fish tails, and spent time on the water with fishermen who fish all day,... Details
Montana Office of Outdoor Recreation, Governor Bullock, Montana Public Land
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Mabie, Nora
Bullock invests in outdoor economy.This past summer, Montana Governor Steve Bullock announced his plans to create a new Office of Outdoor Recreation, to be housed in the Governor’s Office of Economic Development. The new office will serve as a tool for the state to focus on recreational activity in... Details
Svalinn, Dog Obedience, Bozeman Montana
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Jeff Greene
Well-behaved humans make well-behaved dogs.Humans and dogs have been rolling together for centuries. Cultures all over the world utilize dogs for work, protection, and companionship, and dogs are the only species that actively leave their own kind to be with humans. Like humans, dogs thrive on... Details
Pet Mortality
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Bozeman dog mortality.Like car crashes and cardiovascular disease for humans, pets have their own unique mortality statistics. While no actual data has been compiled, our field research shows the leading causes of death for various dogs are as follows: Yorkie: Mistaken for a prairie dog and... Details
Survival skills, Montana
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Tips for backcountry emergencies.In the woods, there are many ways to get in trouble. But if we let fear of the unknown dictate our lives, we’d miss out on all the excitement and adventure that fall has to offer—like solitary fly fishing, remote elk hunts, and early-season ski-touring. Here are... Details
Freezout Lake, Fall Road-trips, Montana Road-Trips
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Dehmer, Kurt
Out-of-town fall trips.For most Montana residents, Labor Day to Thanksgiving is truly the best time of the year. With the bulk of the tourists gone, and the general hubbub of summer fading into another memory, we’re once again free to enjoy this amazing place we call home, minus the distractions... Details
Gallatin Valley Land Trust, M Trail Expansion, Main Street to the Mountains
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Mabie, Nora
In 2013, the Gallatin Valley Land Trust led an effort to obtain funding for a paved, multi-use pathway along Bridger Dr. to the M and Drinking Horse Mountain trailheads. GVLT partnered with the City of Bozeman, the Forest Service, and the Western Transportation Institute to obtain $600,000 from the... Details
Big Sky Resort, Bob Allen Images
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Mabie, Nora
When Big Sky opens for another winter season in November, veterans of the ski area will hardly recognize the place, due in large part to the resort’s major lift expansion that took place this past summer. Two new lifts, one replacing the Lone Peak Triple, and one replacing Challenger, vastly... Details
Three Forks, Jefferson River, Missouri Headwaters
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Dehmer, Kurt
Close-to-home overnight.This fall, skip the hours of highway travel and stay close to home, by heading west on I-90 to Three Forks. In a half-hour, you’ll find a new landscape and a host of fun activities to engage in. Here’s a sampling.History & CultureJust a few miles from downtown Three... Details
Brook Trout, Montana Fly Fishing
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Holt, John
Fall's prismatic brook trout.Come early autumn, I reflexively turn to streamer fishing, but as the season moves along, hunting large, secretive, predatory browns somehow gives way to searching out brook trout. Brookies are beautiful fish any time of the year, but by September and October, their... Details
Bikepacking Montana, Mystic Lake Biking
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Altman, Zach
A beginner-friendly bikepack.Fall is a great time for mountain biking in the Bozeman area; riders are in shape, temperatures are milder, and the trails are dry. These conditions are ideal for a quick bikepacking trip on local trails. The definition of bikepacking is self-evident: the solitude and... Details
Yellowstone River Camping, Montana Panoramic
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Hergert, Craig
Fall camping trips to the river offer an opportunity for quiet reflection before the storms of winter. In the high country, snow begins to pile up, but down in the valley, the fire keeps us warm for one more night. Details
Bozeman Spirits, Montana Distillery
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Lewis, Jimmy
A guide to local liquor.Maybe you’re just getting off of your bike after an early-fall ride, or you’re inviting your bird-dog into the cab of your truck after a day of grouse hunting in a secret cover. It could be you’re heading west out of town to strip streamers for pre-spawn browns on the... Details
Montana Caving, Northern Rocky Mountains Grotto
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Knight, Phil
Caving, Montana-style.Crazed subsets of people will always seek Earth’s most inhospitable environments: the jagged, ice-covered, oxygen-starved heights of the Himalaya; the terrifyingly sheer granite walls of El Capitan; the freezing, roaring rush of class VI whitewater; the flesh-freezing... Details
Champs & Chumps, Trust for Public Land, Alex Diekmann
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Fall 2016 edition.Enjoying our beautiful public land is the Montana way of life, but with more trophy-home and hobby-ranch owners piling in each year, we are slowly losing access to the places we love most. And we think you ought to know where to point the finger the next time a road is blocked off... Details
Paddleboard Fishing
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Mike England
Fishing and hunting by paddleboard.Canoes, kayaks, and rafts are all time-tested crafts for fishing and hunting the various waterbodies around Bozeman. But we like trying new things, so we rigged up a paddleboard—and it worked great. The trick is having a stable board with multiple lashing points,... Details
The Sphinx, Montana Ice Climbing, Winter Dance
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Josephson, Joe
All about the Sphinx.By the time the first storms hit and the elk begin to bugle, Sphinx Mountain is sporting the first ice of the season. In a good season, there are a multitude of excellent, three-star pitches scattered across the face. You’ll want to troll the forums at montanaice.com for... Details

Gear Reviews

Mystery Ranch Marshall Review
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Hockett, Corey
Mystery Ranch is at it again with their newest gift to the expedition hunter, the Marshall. Set to haul and last as long as needed, this 6,400-cubic-inch monster is fit with two torpedo pockets and a full-length side-zip for interior access at all times. Its three side lashes are great for carrying... Details
Lorpen Precision-Fit Ultalight
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England, Mike
Two things are paramount in a ski boot: comfort and performance. And the sock you choose to wear affects both significantly. Which is why I’ve switched to the Precision-Fit Ultralight from Lorpen. It’s extremely thin, which offers both circulation (read: warmth) and sensitivity inside the boot. And... Details
IceMule Pro Cooler Review
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England, Mike
High-end coolers may be all the rage, but they come at a cost—in both price and portability. The IceMule Pro soft cooler, on the other hand, is lightweight, roomy (the 20-liter model accommodates 18 cans plus ice), and eminently mobile—just slip your arms through the backpack straps and off you go... Details
Gregory Packs Salvo 24 Gear Review
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Tucker, David
I used to think having a daypack was unnecessary. “I’ll just use my ski pack or my bike pack,” I’d say. Now that I have the Salvo 24 from Gregory, I’ll be changing my tune, and it’ll be replacing all the other packs in my gear room. It’s big enough for extended day-hikes, organized enough for... Details
Sauce Headwear Holy Swift Toque
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Pollastro, Joyce
Fall is difficult, from a headwear standpoint. One day it’s warm and sunny, the next cold and windy. That’s why I love the Holy Swift Toque from Sauce. It’s lightweight with a hole in the back for my ponytail, which means I can maintain ear coverage on chilly fall days, without overheating when the... Details
Kammock Roo Hammock Review
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Mabie, Nora
Built for adventure, the Roo Hammock is ideal for anyone who wants a hammock but doesn’t want to deal with the fuss of setting up and taking down. The Roo’s easily compressible, water-resistant sack is lightweight, making it easy to pack on any outing. It includes two carabineers and two Dyneema... Details
Carhartt Force Tappen Pant Review
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McCarthy, Chris
I’ve been a fan of classic canvas pants from Carhartt for as long as I can remember, so when they come out with a new pair of cotton pants, I was hesitant to give them more than a cursory glance. The Tappen Cargo pant has changed my mind, however. These pants are great for everyday wear, getting... Details
Brooks-Range Alpini Anorak Review
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Tucker, David
While winter is a ways off, we still have plenty of cold nights and crisp mornings to endure, neither of which is going to keep me inside. So I opted for the 800-fill goose-down Alpini Anorak from Brooks-Range. It’s toasty warm and designed to be worn over layers, meaning only the coldest nights... Details
Sol Escape Bivvy Review
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England, Mike
When you’re deep in the backcountry chasing game, the possibility of an unexpected bivouac is ever-present. Maybe you followed a big bull all day, only to find yourself 10 miles from camp at dusk. Or maybe a lightning storm rolled in and you’ve holed up in a cave for safety. Either way, you’re... Details
Brinno BCC 100 Review
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Peterson, Simon
The lightweight and compact Brinno BCC100 time-lapse camera captures and converts thousands of photos into a time-lapse video immediately. Along with a host of time-interval options, the BCC100 comes equipped with a F1.2 aspherical glass lens for better low-light recording and higher image quality... Details
Nanuk 933 Review
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Peterson, Simon
If you shoot photos in the outdoors, there will come a time when a protective case is a necessity. When that time comes, reach for the Nanuk 933. It’s impact-resistant, lightweight, and rugged. It’s got a PowerClaw latching system, so it won’t pop open if dropped or mishandled, and polycarbonate... Details
Outdoor Research Helium II Review
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Tucker, David
No matter what I’m doing, if I’m outside, I need a good storm jacket. Problem is, if there’s no rain in the forecast and room in my pack is at a premium, I usually end up forgoing a shell. Not anymore—the Helium II from Outdoor Research has solved that dilemma. It’s incredibly lightweight, which OR... Details
K2 Cinch Tryst Binding Review
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Howlett, Destynie
After renting equipment last winter, I was determined to spring for a full setup for the upcoming season. Luckily, K2’s products integrate seamlessly, making for a killer set-up perfect for beginners. Their BOA dials make tightening the Haven boots easy and efficient, and the heat-moldable... Details
RockyMounts TomaHawk Review
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Tucker, David
If you’re like me and you drive a small car but love to ride, then you’ve probably been faced with the dilemma of what to do with your bike when it’s time to load the car. There are lots of bike-carrying racks out there, but the TomaHawk from Rocky Mounts has become my go-to. I used to have a... Details
Madshus Glitterhind BC Review
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Chris McCarthy
I was in search of a backcountry ski package that would be as effective on groomers and packed snow as it would be cutting trail through fresh powder. My research ended with the Madshus Epoch skis paired with their Glittertind BC boots. The Epoch is a confident, go-anywhere ski. I was able to... Details

Additional Articles

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Gustafson, Sid
I pregnacy test1,000 mother cows under a warm, sweet wind.Spilt milk clouds.Green grass in November.Ring-tailed hawks perch over the emptiness on thecottonwoods of Little McGinnis Creek, waiting fordeath that will not come.Antelope and mule deer grazetogether, nearby, unafraid,knowing we have no... Details
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Pinet, Carolyn
Fall. Frosts at night.Days, unseasonable warmth suffuses willow,aspens, brush: saffron, ocher, gold.Foothills loom and swarm, scat steams.And in the high school, kids on cellsare joined by tall, black, pungent, furry,wandering a hallway, disoriented,searching, like them, for the nearest exitto... Details
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Kubat, Terry
there once was a cowboy named Stuwho traded his horse (as you do)when the big sky was tamedhe couldn’t be blamedfor riding a red Subaru there once was a rancher named Benwho divided his spread into tenas the masses built dreamswhere sheep once crossed streamshe said, “this is now, that was then”... Details
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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. We think you folks heard about our land-casting for groundhogs, which... Details

Book Reviews

Hiking Safely in Grizzly Country, Tim Rubbert
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England, Mike
Some things aren’t intuitive, and behaving properly around bears is one of them. Luckily there’s a vast library of material on the matter, including a new book by Montana bear expert Tim Rubbert. Hiking Safely in Grizzly Country (Riverbend, $15) outlines all the rules you need to know, as well as... Details
Reflections from Yellowstone and Beyond, Yellowstone National Park
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Tucker, David
If you spend 43 years in any one place, you’re going to know it pretty well. And that’s how long Orville Bach has been a seasonal ranger in Yellowstone National Park. In Reflections from Yellowstone & Beyond (Morris Publishing, $17), Bach shares his insider’s knowledge of the Park—its thermal... Details
Mountain States Foraging, Montana Flora
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Brayton, Lea
Briana Wile’s Mountain States Foraging (Timber Press, $30) is the only guide I’d want in my pack on a backcountry trip; the author’s colorful run-down of local wild, edible plants is refreshingly accessible and detailed. Her range spans most of the Western US and parts of Canada, breaking... Details
Help Yourself: A Backcountry Survival Guide Review
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England, Mike
The best defense, as the old adage goes, is a good offense. In the backcountry, that means preparing for emergencies before they happen—and there’s no faster path to preparedness than Rod Alne’s new guide, Help Yourself (The Peak, $14). Like the title implies, your best asset in a survival... Details
Birds of Montana, Montana Audubon, Montana Birding
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Brayton, Lea
If you find yourself searching for a comprehensive guide to local birds, there’s no doubt Birds of Montana (Buteo Books, $79) should be in your reference library. This book is a grander compilation of exactly what you might imagine a field guide on birds to be—dense, scientific, and thorough. The... Details
Toward a Natural Forest, Custer Gallatin National Forest
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Tucker, David
Over time, people change, and after reading Toward a Natural Forest (Oregon State University Press, $20), it’s clear government agencies do too. In Jim Furnish’s memoir about the United States Forest Service, we’re treated to a behind-the-scenes look at a once-highly-regarded federal agency whose... Details
Imperiled Cutthroat Book, Yellowstone Cutthroat
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Brayton, Lea
Australian writer and legendary fisherman Greg French lays it all out for us in his new book The Imperiled Cutthroat (Patagonia, $25), where he spins an enchanting narrative of a trip to the U.S. and his first exploration of Yellowstone. Led by his captivation with cutthroat, his tale takes the... Details
Yellowstone Ranger Book Review, Yellowstone National Park
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Brayton, Lea
Interested in reading more about the Park? Pick up Yellowstone Ranger (Riverbend Publishing, $23). This captivating memoir of Bozeman resident and longtime Yellowstone Park ranger Jerry Mernin is an exciting new addition to the canons of nature and adventure writing. Mernin chronicles his four... Details

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