Guidebooks

Guidebooks are not only fun to read, they save you all the time and hassle (not to mention cash) of trial and error. More titles can be found at Country Bookshelf in downtown Bozeman.

Mike England
Few things are as frustrating to a climber as a poorly done or outdated climbing guide (anybody remember the old Butte guide?). Southwest Montana climbers will be happy to know that local climbing pioneer Ron Brunkhorst has updated yet another guidebook. Read more >>
Coble, Melynda
Expedition Canoeing: A Guide to Canoeing Wild Rivers in North Americaby Cliff JacobsonFalcon Press Read more >>
England, Mike
Butte's Climbing Guideby Dwight BishopFirst Ascent PressBozeman, MT192 pages Read more >>
Dehmer, Kurt
by Ron Spomer - Belgrade, MTWilderness Adventures Press, 1999 - 518 pages Read more >>
Vikander, Lauren
Big Timber native Joe Josephson was one of the first sponsored athletes invited to the Bozeman Ice Festival in 1997. “Jo-Jo”, as his friends know him, enjoyed the Read more >>
England, Mike
You needn’t be a mountaineer to appreciate Select Peaks of Greater Yellowstone: A Mountaineering History & Guide. Thomas Turiano’s ambitious and meticulously researched book is also an outstanding resource for day-hikers, backcountry skiers, and local history buffs. Read more >>
Mike England
For a thorough, entertaining guide to the trout-filled rivers, streams, and lakes of the Treasure State, one could hardly find a better resource than Flyfisher’s Guide to Montana by Greg Thomas. Read more >>
Smith, Ashley
Written by local Bozeman author and noted climber Ron Brunckhorst, Big Sky Ice: Montana Ice Climbs reads like a transcribed version of around-the-campfire stories, tips, and legends from local ice climbers. Read more >>
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