Cougar-collars, Bozeman, cougars
Joe King
Cougar collars save lives. 
Mount Blackmore, Hyalite
Joyce Pollastro
Naming Mount Blackmore. At 10,154 feet, Mount Blackmore looms high above Bozeman on the southern horizon. Anyone who has lived in town for more than a few weeks can point to the peak, but few know how the mountain got its name. Read more >>
Red Lodge Trail
Traute Parrie
A Red Lodge trail pays dividends. 
Champs, chumps, outside bozeman
the editors
We often wax poetic about the millions of acres of pristine public land surrounding Bozeman, but the reality is, our trails, Read more >>
Potosi Hot Springs, Montana hot springs, Outside Bozeman
Sarah Sinclair
From a walk in the woods to a walk down the aisle.  Read more >>
Bozeman, Bozeman bike club, Gallatin Valley Bicycle Club
Zach Altman
All about Bozeman's bike club. 
Outside Bozeman, granola bar, snacks
Danielle McCarthy
Homemade granola bars. This summer, you can get your energy from mass-produced, stale, tasteless bars, or you can make your own. The latter option is cheaper, they taste better, and you can play around with the recipe to suit your preferences. Here’s one way to do it.  Read more >>
fishery, pollution, Outside Bozeman
Upper Missouri Waterkeeper
A fishery under threat. 
Birding, Bozeman
Ken Sinay
Adding wildlife to the outdoor agenda. Most folks don’t consider themselves “birders,” but who knows when you’ll be peeing in the forest and you get dive-bombed by an angry bird? Want to know what it is? Here are some birding basics. Read more >>
Jayco, camping, camping trailer
Mike England
The challenge for those who want to haul a camping trailer—apart from being teased about getting soft—is finding a m Read more >>
BearVault, bear vault, bear spray, Outside Bozeman
David Tucker
Testing a bear canister proves challenging, as to fully appreciate the worth of your product, you have to encounter a bear Read more >>
Bozeman, wildfire, statistics
the editors
By the numbers. 
Bogert Park, GVLT, Outside Bozeman
David Tucker
If you’ve visited Peets Hill recently, you’ve probably noticed the construction crews and utility vehicles stationed on the lawn at Bogert Park. “What are they up to now?” you might wonder. The answer is restoration. Read more >>
Climbing, rock climbing, Bozeman
Drew Pogge
Climbing's dirty little secret. 
Saxifrage salad, foraging, Bozeman,
Thomas J. Elpel
Foraging with a purpose. 
Outdoor Offenses, trailhead parking
the editors
Don't be that guy. 
Shoshone Lake
Ryan Cuddy
A solo adventure to Shoshone Lake 
Windy Pass, Windy Pass trail, hiking, family, Outside Bozeman
Melynda Harrison
Family backpacking made fun. 
bear country, Outside Bozeman, bear story
John Clayton
Musings and mishaps from bear country. 
zipper failure, camping, Bozeman, tent zipper
Colleen Tretter
Tent-care tips. Outdoorspeople know there are three guarantees in life: death, taxes, and zipper failure. None are any fun, and I’ll avoid the first two, but hopefully these tips will help you with the latter inevitability. Read more >>
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