Features

Training, fitness, health
Maria Anderson
Training tips from local pros. Read more >>
wolves, yellowstone, wolf pack
Jane McGuire
Following Yellowstone's wolves. Read more >>
hunting, public land, stewardship
John Cataldo
Taking care of the Great Public Estate. Read more >>
bikepacking, expedition, camping, biking, backcountry travel
Traute Parrie
Pedaling a lifelong dream. Read more >>
fall color, yellowstone, hiking
Cordelia Pryor
None can ignore autumn, when the world explodes in dazzling displays of color. Amid Montana's dispersed evergreen hillsides, chokecherry and aspen commence a fireworks show of reds and yellows. Along the streams and rivers, cottonwoods glow a loud and brilliant orange. Read more >>
camping, campground tour, fall camping
the editors
There’s a sweet spot in the fall, unfolding as subtly as a turning leaf. Seasonal crowds dwindle, but the days are still pleasant. Weather starts to change, but cool nights under a sleeping bag offer some of the best sleep of the year. Read more >>
Trail Running southwest Montana Bozeman Gallatin
Andy Woodward & August Schield
Traveling fast, far, and on foot through the rugged backcountry of southwest Montana. Read more >>
alpine lake montana landscape
Maria Anderson
Five all-day adventures for the summer season. Read more >>
adventure-mobile, camping, buggies
Joshua Bergan
Soon after we’d discovered that the rooftop “emergency exit” on our truck camper was actually a hatch to the party roof, the landscape stopped me in my tracks. Read more >>
Armstrong Spring Creek, spring fishing, spring runoff
the editors
Where to fish during spring runoff.  Read more >>
Paul Japhe
Recently I challenged myself to explore bike rides that could start from my front door. There are two benefits to this. The first is that I get to spend more time riding and less time driving. Read more >>
bison ranching, conservation, advocacy
Anthony Pavkovich
From veteran environmental advocate to greenhorn bison rancher.  Read more >>
Caroline Byrd, recreation, conservation
Anthony Pavkovich
As the final segment of our four-part series, Outside Bozeman caught up with Greater Yellowstone Coalition’s former executive director, Caroline Byrd, for a conversation exploring the intersection of recreation and conservation—and how the former nurtured her passion for the latter. Read more >>
Ross Peak, Bridger Mountains, Bozeman, Montana
the editors
A photographic study of Ross Peak. It’s not the highest point in the Bridgers. It barely falls within the range’s ten-tallest summits. But for whatever reason, we’re drawn to Ross Peak. Read more >>
Montana State School Trust Lands, Hunting, PLWA
PLWA
Gaining access to school-trust lands.  Read more >>
Grizzly Bears, Bear Attacks, Montana, Hunting, Todd Orr
Todd Orr
On October 1, 2016, Todd Orr was attacked by a grizzly bear—twice. This is his story.  Read more >>
Ron Brunckhorst, Mountain Climbing, Southwest Montana
Taylor VanRoekel
Local climbing legend Ron Brunckhorst.  Read more >>
Fly Fishing, Bozeman, Montana
Dan Ventura
Confessions of a fly fisherman.  Forgive me Father Maclean, for I have sinned.  Read more >>
biking, camping, bikepacking
David Tucker
From downtown Bozeman, the heart of the Gallatin Range is just a bike ride away.  Read more >>
Jefferson River, Trout Unlimited, Fly Fishing, Montana
Tom Reed
A restoration success story.  Forgotten. Ignored. Overlooked. Spurned. Maybe even scorned.  Read more >>
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