cold-weather onesie, Selk'bag LIte 6G, sleeping bag
Annie Linderson
Whether it’s post-supper wood-chopping or heeding the call of nature at 3am, frigid high-alpine air can take all the fun out of a Forest Service cabin. Read more >>
Lower Madison River, Bear Trap Canyon, Camping, Fall, Fly Fishing
the editors
Filling the tourist void. 
Car Camping, Bozeman, GSI Outdoors, Meat Shredz
the editors
Upgrade your outdoor kitchen. The height of camping season may be over, but it isn't too late to check out some new kitchen products for your outdoor kitchen. Here are a few of our favorites. Read more >>
Camping, backpacking
Maggie Slepian
Spending a night under the stars.
Review: Clevermade Tahoe
Mike England
For picnics, daytrips, and après-activity refreshments, the CleverMade Tahoe i Read more >>
Traeger Scout, Kenyon Noble, Bozeman, Montanan
Troy Heusel
Kicking your camp meals up a notch. 
camping, MSU
Nicole Qualtieri
A few tips for sleeping under the stars when campus starts to feel stuffy. Read more >>
Review: Nemo Tensor Ultralight
David Tucker
There’s light, there’s ultralight, and then there’s the Tensor Ultralight from NEMO. Read more >>
Review: Nemo Escape Pod
David Tucker
When you’re traveling light and fast in the backcountry, space and weight are always at a premium. Read more >>
Winter Camping, Bozeman, Montana
Maggie Slepian
Helpful hints for winter camping. 
Located south of Bozeman past Hyalite Reservoir, Emerald Lake Trail follows the cascading East Fork of Hyalite Creek. The wooded trail has a mix of lodgepole pine, Engelmann spruce, and subalpine fir leading to Emerald Lake and Heather Lake. Read more >>
GCI Outdoor Wilderness Backpacker
Mike England
Relax in style anywhere with the Wilderness Backpacker from GCI Read more >>
Dream vs. Reality, Camping Nightmares, Bears
Drew Pogge
The best stories often come down to the difference between what is perceived and what actually happens. Anyone who spends time roaming the mountains of Montana knows that this difference can sometimes be a chasm. Read more >>
MPOWERD Luci Light Pro Lux
Mike England
When camping, dead lantern batteries can be a blessing or a curse, depending on your level of fatigue and the company you’re keeping. Read more >>
Camping Madison, John Arnold
David Tucker
A multifaceted kick-off to warmer weather. 
the editors
Summer’s not complete without at least one good camping trip—and we’re not talking backpacks and freeze-dried food. We’re talking pack-the-Pathfinder, fill-up-four-coolers, drop-a-hundo-at-the-grocery-store kinda camping. Read more >>
Outside Bozeman, Makoshika, camping, Eastern Montana
Mike England
Taking time to smell the roses. When from our better selves we have too long / Been parted by the hurrying world… —William Wordsworth Read more >>
Backcountry Delight, pizza, camp kitchen
A camp-kitchen upgrade. 
the editors
Minus a few extreme eventualities – snow, swarms of skeeters, a hungry griz sniffing around the tent – backcountry camping in the summer is a good time no matter what gear you've got. But a few small comforts and conveniences can go a long way. Read more >>
Yellowstone River Camping, Montana Panoramic
Hergert, Craig
Fall camping trips to the river offer an opportunity for quiet reflection before the storms of winter. In the high country, snow begins to pile up, but down in the valley, the fire keeps us warm for one more night. Read more >>
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