Johnny Bozeman, Gear Guru, Bozeman, Montana
the editors
Q&A with the gear guru. 
Snowshoeing, REI, Bozeman, Montana
the editors
Long coveted as a rustic-chic cabin-wall decoration, snowshoes are again gaining traction—ha—as a cheap and fun modern means of winter travel. And why not? Read more >>
Duck Hunting, Duck Blind, Bozeman, Montana
Gordon "Butch" Lehmann
Three strikes, I'm out. 
Photo by Ryan Krueger
Ryan Krueger
How to spice up your next chairlift ride. Read more >>
Joe King
Catch-and-release hunting takes off. No guns. No bows. No spears, knives, or clubs. This is hunting at its most primeval, pitting man against beast without the aid of technology. No weapons are allowed—it’s hand versus hoof, head versus horn. Read more >>
Standup Paddleboarding, Bozeman, CrossFit
Joe King
A last gasp for a storied tradition.  
Vanlife, Montana, Sprinter Van
Joe King
If millennials have shown the world anything, it’s that people in their 20s really do have it all figured out. One example of this unprecedented generational wisdom is the phenomenon of #vanlife. Read more >>
ditching, bailing, day off, powder day
Emma Nord
What to say when the mountains call. 
Bike Jousting, Haufbrau
Drew Pogge
Winning honor (if not companionship). 
Drew Pogge
For most of us Montana men, it simply happens. It might be a Tuesday, around mid-October. We stand shirtless at the sink with a razor in one hand, and look at ourselves in the mirror. Read more >>
Montana Summer, Bozeman, Hyalite
Andy Vantrease
Ten things I learned from a summer in Montana.  Read more >>
Cougar-collars, Bozeman, cougars
Joe King
Cougar collars save lives. 
bear country, Outside Bozeman, bear story
John Clayton
Musings and mishaps from bear country. 
Bike Balls, Gear Reviews
the editors
Product-review rejects.
Montana Wackos, Bozeman Characters
the editors
A field guide.
Park Rat, Sled Head
the editors
How to spot a snow-lover.
Bridger Bowl, Chairlift Conversation
Pogge, Drew
A case for conversation.Nothing so needs reforming as other people's habits. —Mark Twain Read more >>
Bozeman douche bags, Outside Bozeman, humor
the editors
Are you a Bozeman d-bag?
women getting after it, men that don't ski, outside bozeman
Ann Vinciguerra
Questioning outdoor connections. “I went out with a new guy last week,” I mentioned to my friends Al and Ian as we enjoyed a Cold Smoke at Ale Works. They didn’t pay much attention. “Twice,” I added. Al’s ears perked up. Read more >>
trend-setting, Bozeman, Fly-fishing, Outside Bozeman  magazine
Reed, Tom
Casting before it was cool. I think it happened in late July, 1980.Carl drove. We were high-school buddies, pals who grew up together breathing the scent of rain on sagebrush and living for things like elk and trout and Western skies. Read more >>
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