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Yellowstone Dog Sled Adventures
Schroeder, David
Q&A with Jason Matthews. Read more >>
Jay Moore
Harrelson, Mike
The innovation, influence, and altruism of Jay Moore.  Read more >>
Bell Lake Yurt
Villasenor, Estela
Local guides offer expert assistance. Read more >>
Illustration by Blaise Arsenault
the editors
As southwest Montana becomes an increasingly attractive second-home destination for America’s wealthy elite, nowhere is the tension between affluent out-of-staters and Read more >>
Kenetrek Hunting
LaFortune, Emerald
Homegrown businesses flourish. Read more >>
Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness, Elk Lake, East Rosebud Creek
Doty, Anjeli
Challenges facing environmental discourse. Read more >>
Calamity Jane, Outside Bozeman, Icons of the West, female historic figures
Lee, Barbara
The life and times of a frontier icon. Read more >>
Elle's Belles, Montana themed cakes, outside bozeman
LaFortune, Emerald
Local food-and-beverage businesses steeped in the outdoors. Read more >>
winter, ski, Montana, Outside Bozeman
Baril, Lisa
The life and times of Frieda Johnson. Read more >>
Joe Gutkoski, Montanan, conservation, bison activism
Baril, Lisa
The story of Joe Gutkoski Read more >>
Fishing Guide, fishing in Montana, fly-fishing
David Tucker
Sarah Clark reflects on her life as a fishing guide. Read more >>
Photo by Daniel Stahler
Baril, Lisa
Pilot Roger Stradley tracks from the air. Read more >>
Pogge, Drew
At the crest of Woody Ridge, the wind is howling. It’s the kind of wind that shears through Gore-Tex like muslin and isolates people behind their hoods and goggles. Even if we wanted to talk, our words would be spirited away before leaving our lips. Read more >>
Mike England
Every sport has its legends – great ones who, with courage and grace, have done things just a little bit better than everyone else. Baseball has Babe Ruth; boxing, Mohammed Ali; tennis, Billy Jean King. Read more >>
Walker, Carter
At two a.m. in what used to be a janitor's closet, Mike Finkel sits in baggy sweatpants and big fuzzy slippers staring at his computer screen, typing in bursts of energy. His truck is alone in the parking lot at the Emerson Cultural Center. Read more >>
Mike England
David Quammen and biological diversity. Read more >>
Mike England
So there you are, buzzing across northern Mali, looking for the legendary salt mines of the Sahara. Mali is a bit unstable these days – the Tuareg people of the North are rebelling against the dominant black government in the south – and so you’ve brought along some hired muscle. Read more >>
O'Neal, Meghan
Mimi Matsuda first visited Yellowstone when she was eight years old, wide-eyed at the beauty the Park had to offer. From the seemingly magic geysers to the unmatched wildlife, young Mimi drank it in. Amidst the crowds, she spotted a tan, flat-brimmed hat. Read more >>
Kira Stoops
The day before Missoula’s 2012 GrizzlyMan Adventure Race, Team First Descents athletes Jordan Stoner and Josh Vandermeer were set to scram with $1,800 in pledges for First Descents, a non-profit that takes young adults with cancer on outdoor adventures. Read more >>
Slepian, Maggie
As one of the top endurance runners in the world, Bozeman resident Nikki Kimball takes the brutal sport of ultra running to a whole new level. In ultra-running events, runners put themselves through an endurance test over courses spanning 50 miles, 100 miles, or more. Read more >>
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