After a ten-day powder binge, you might need a day to chill inside – here's what happens in Bozeman behind closed doors.
The beloved Bozeman summer… are you stand-up paddleboarding yet? Kayaking? Fly fishing? Going to beer and food tastings with other happy Bozemanites? If your answer is no, we can help. Read more >>
- Gustafson, SidOlivia hikes by.Some follow, others cry.She lured usUpward, oh so high. Climbing chertShe scales the cirque.Quads afireWe all kick higher.Off the topShe does her hop.A cadenced thing,She floats, she swings. Read more >>Knight, PhilStep outsideIt’s still and coldThe mountains shineLike burnished goldAll aroundThe silence ringsYou feel the powerThat wildness bringsThis is the worldAs it was madeThis crystal snowThat virgin gladeHigh overhead Read more >>
- Leahy, MichaelCoyotes are awesome. Savvy, playful, tough, and, yes, wily. If you don’t know this yet, if you still think suffragettes are subversive and coyotes wicked and worthless, Michael Huff wants to set you straight. He likes coyotes. Lives coyotes. Watches them, shoots them, respects them. Read more >>Tucker, DavidOver time, people change, and after reading Toward a Natural Forest (Oregon State University Press, $20), it’s clear governme Read more >>Tucker, DavidIn Bozeman, we’re lucky enough to have millions of acres of public land to recreate on, but that isn’t by accident. Read more >>Tucker, DavidWhile it might seem that a major corporation has no business writing a manual for grassroots environmental activists, Patagonia has done just that. Read more >>
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