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Climber, outside, Fear Knot
Learning to accept uncertainty.  “When nothing is sure, everything is possible.”—Margaret Drabble The stone was cool and slightly clammy with morning dew as the canyon warmed beneath a molten midsummer sunrise. Gear—cams and draws and carabiners—clinked happily on my harness while my partner silently flaked out rope on a flat rock. I sipped coffee...
Rock climbing, beer, drinking, summer
Pairing Bozeman’s breweries with recreation. We all love a tall frosty beverage with our outdoor recreation. Whether it’s a refreshing lager after paddling around Bozeman Pond, a citrusy Hefeweizen after mountain biking the local trails, or a good old-fashioned ale to power you through a dog walk, there’s nothing quite like sports and beer....
Women's Biking Apparel, Bozeman Mountain Biking, Bozeman Pedal Project
Women's biking apparel. For me, warm weather and nice days mean only one thing: time to get out on the bike and hit up our area trails. While it's possible to ride and have fun in any old athletic shorts and a tanktop, gear can make a difference,  and the right kit can vastly improve your experience. Here are some women’s-specific products that...

Activities

Events

Jun 28th
Location: Bozeman Angler Time: 9am Cost: $75 Details: This camp is a one-day learning experience for kids ages eight and up. Instructors cover knots, flies, gear, and equipment in a classroom setting, then go out to the water to learn casting. It's a great way to get your kids interested in fly fishing in a fun and safe environment. Details here...
Jun 28th
Location: Bogert Park, Bozeman Time: 5-8pm Cost: FREE Details: Spend your summer evenings browsing fresh produce, local crafts, and numerous hot-food options. Details here.  
Jun 28th
Location: Meet @ Alter Cycles, 502 N. Wallace, Bozeman Time: 6pm Cost: FREE Details: Focused to the average trail-bike rider, these rides are about having fun out in the woods with your friends. While Alter Cycles is all about including everyone, if you're a timid beginner or Strava hero, this maybe isn't the ride for you. Weather-dependent with a...

Blogs

Hiking with the Montana Wilderness Association. In southwest Montana, we're surrounded by beautiful landscapes like Hyalite Canyon, the Pine Creek drainage, and the Bridger Range. Sometimes, it can be easy to take our access to this public land for granted, but no matter how we recreate, it's important that we conserve this resource that has...
The hype behind climbing lingo. Like all outdoor sports, climbing has its own jargon, and the terminology can be overwhelming. If you’ve ever been around a climber or hung out at Spire, you know what I’m talking about. In a given exchange, enough superfluous vocabulary is thrown around that a non-climber might comprehend half, at most. If you’re...
Ridge Run training with Swiss Fit Montana. This year, I wanted to incorporate some new training strategies to meet my goals of improving my time and getting stronger, so as not to break down physically after my third consecutive Ridge Run. To achieve these goals, I started working out with Will Caton at Swiss Fit Montana. During my first session,...

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