Summer 2017

Outside Bozeman Summer 2017
Summer: it's the season we spend the rest of the year planning for. And now O/B is back to celebrate the most sacred season with 148 pages of alpine ascents, river-running how-tos, seasonal gear reviews, and so much more. We've got features on Gallatin Valley Search-and-Rescue and 100-mile bikepacking trips along the Continental Divide Trail. There truly is something for everyone. Even if you think you know everything there is to know about southwest Montana's outdoor offerings, think again. We're looking at old classics, like Big Sky, in a whole new light, and exploring brand new trails, like the Palisades connector in Red Lodge. Enjoy! 

 

 

 

Features

Outside Bozeman, Hilgard, Madison Range, peaks
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Thomas Turiano
Climbing the Madison Range's highest peak. The highest peak in the Madison Range is also the highest peak in Montana outside the Beartooth Range. Its position within seven miles of the southern tip of the Madisons demonstrates the intensity of normal faulting there. Concurrent to uplift, alpine... Details
Bozeman, working dogs, dogs
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Estela Villaseñor
Canine colleagues in southwest Montana. All over southwest Montana, dogs are working on our behalf to protect threatened wildlife, conserve sensitive landscapes, and enhance our outdoor-recreation experience. Skilled handlers and trainers are capitalizing on the innate abilities dogs possess,... Details
Bozeman, fly fishing, Tom Reed
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Tom Reed
Hope springs eternal in the deep pools of a mountain stream. It is August, that thick season of harvest and summer fading in a series of hot days, a time of sunburn and sweat. Hay bales are bucked onto slow-moving pickup trucks grinding along in low range, and you think about going to the mountain... Details
CDT, Continental Divide Trail, mountain bike, mountain biking, bikepacking
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David Tucker
A lesson in patience on the CDT. “I think we have to turn around.” My riding partner’s voice drifts to me through the darkness, enveloping us during the thirteenth hour of the second day of our 100-mile mountain-bike ride along the spine of the Rocky Mountains. It’s not what I want to hear, but I’m... Details
search and rescue, SAR, Outside Bozeman, Gallatin County, backcountry safety
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the editors
Gallatin County Search-and-Rescue. A trip into the backcountry can go south real quick. Whether you roll an ankle and tumble down a scree field, get lost in a sudden snowstorm, or drink from the wrong stream and surrender your fluids to the soil, you won’t be walking out of the woods anytime soon,... Details

Departments

Bozeman, Bozeman bike club, Gallatin Valley Bicycle Club
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Zach Altman
All about Bozeman's bike club. Day Tours. Youth Rides. The Bike Swap. If you’ve heard of any of these activities, then you may have heard of the Gallatin Valley Bicycle Club (GVBC). According to Jerry Coffee, one of the founding members, GVBC started out as a racing group seeking to get their races... Details
Madison River, Royal Wulff Cripple, fly tying
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Jimmy Armijo-Grover
Tying the Royal Wulff Cripple. When I think of summer fishing in Montana, my mind immediately drifts toward thoughts of trout gently sipping dry flies from the surface of a slow-moving riffle. I don’t know which fly I’d pick if I had to pick just one to fish for the rest of my life, but the Royal... Details
native trout, bozeman trout, Outside Bozeman, catch-and-kill
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Jeff Kershner
Restoring native trout through catch-and-kill. Last week, I killed a trout. In fact, I killed three and ate them for dinner. As a longtime catch-and-release angler, it’s always difficult to kill a fish. In this case, I was fishing a stream where non-native rainbows are slowly taking over the native... Details
Potosi Hot Springs, Montana hot springs, Outside Bozeman
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Sarah Sinclair
From a walk in the woods to a walk down the aisle. Potosi Hot Springs is no secret, but it is one of only a few undeveloped hot springs on Montana’s public lands. The trail isn’t particularly challenging; the view is no more spectacular than the average Bozeman view. But Potosi is tiny and the... Details
Outside Bozeman, weeds, flora
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Jennifer Mohler
More people, more problems. Living in southwest Montana means we are blessed with unlimited recreational opportunities, but recently, trailhead parking lots of been overflowing. The area is booming again, and with that comes increased tourism and recreational use; the impacts on our natural... Details
Champs, chumps, outside bozeman
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We often wax poetic about the millions of acres of pristine public land surrounding Bozeman, but the reality is, our trails, forests, and waterways are under threat. The menace in question? Us. We are trashing the landscape with refuse, and it’s not just the dog owners—although many are guilty. It’... Details
zipper failure, camping, Bozeman, tent zipper
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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.If your tent zipper is splitting open or acting up, do the following: stop... Details
Stone Creek, mountain biking, Bozeman
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Drew Pogge
Remember, you’re here to have fun. Once you replace negative thoughts with positive ones, you’ll start having positive results. —Willie NelsonIt was a beautiful evening up Stone Creek—the kind of night that practically demands an after-work ride. The switchbacks were a sweaty grind, as always, but... Details
Outside Bozeman, pets, Bozeman pets, Ross Pass
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Dr. Chris Kenyon
Another persperctive on pet health. Editor's Note: In our spring issue, readers asked long-time Montana veterinarian Sid Gustafson a few questions. For some variety, we decided to pose those same questions to another local vet, Chris Kenyon, to see if we got different answers. Not surprisingly, we... Details
Red Lodge Trail
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Traute Parrie
A Red Lodge trail pays dividends. Ready for that weekend road-trip? The one that involves a little exploring, a little adrenaline, killer views, and perhaps some taproom time? There’s a trail out of Red Lodge that’s worth the trip, made even more so because of the efforts of the folks that made it... Details
bear country, Outside Bozeman, bear story
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John Clayton
Musings and mishaps from bear country. The concept is simple: because bears can be attracted to the smell of your food, you don’t keep it in your tent. You hang it in a tree out of their reach, say 15 feet off the ground and eight feet from the trunk.The first step is to find such a tree, and on a... Details
Bozeman, Story Mill, Story Mill Community Park, Trust for Public Land
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David Tucker
Last fall, the City of Bozeman approved the master plan for Story Mill Community Park, an ongoing Trust for Public Land (TPL) project on the north side of Bozeman. That means full stream ahead for the over-60-acre park that promises to forever change the outdoor offerings within city limits. Once... Details
visit Billings, Outside Bozeman
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Visit Billings this summer. When was the last time you visited your friendly neighbor to the east, Billings? Why would you? You’ve got it pretty good right where you are. But I bet it's been a while, and Billings is so much more than Montana’s largest city. It’s got the culture, it’s got the events... Details
Windy Pass, Windy Pass trail, hiking, family, Outside Bozeman
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Melynda Harrison
Family backpacking made fun. Family backpacking is a great way to share your love for the backcountry with the people you love most. While strapping on a heavy pack and plodding through the woods to sleep amongst bears and bugs may not immediately appeal everyone, with some pre-planning and... Details
Mountain Belles, Belles of Bozeman, Bozeman
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Lilly Brogger
Women getting after it together. Time, kids, careers, motivation: these are just some of the things that make spending time outside difficult for many local women. Luckily for them, there’s a club ready to offer encouragement.The Mountain Belles promote a healthy, active, outdoor lifestyle. Members... Details
Outside Bozeman, Makoshika, camping, Eastern Montana
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Mike England
Taking time to smell the roses. When from our better selves we have too long / Been parted by the hurrying world… —William WordsworthAs we step out of the trees, a swath of scarlet appears on the horizon, arresting our gaze. We plop down at the cliff’s edge. A sea of grass spills out before us,... Details
Mount Blackmore, Hyalite
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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.In the summer of 1872, a wealthy English couple arrived in Bozeman on... Details
Oboz, Bozeman footwear, Bozeman, John Connelly
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Zach Altman
Ten years of Oboz footwear. In 2007, John Connelly quit his day job to start an outdoor footwear company. Ten years later, locally-based Oboz is a household name, selling quality hiking boots in seven countries. O/B sat down with the founder to learn more.O/B: What inspired you to start your own... Details
Jefferson River, Canoe
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Dave Carty
Float the summer away. The rock caught both of us by surprise. In disbelief, my paddling partner Bill and I felt the boat hesitate for an instant, balanced on the unseen boulder like a see-saw on a fulcrum, and then with a whoosh, the upstream gunwale dipped under and into the briny deep we went. I... Details
Cougar-collars, Bozeman, cougars
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Joe King
Cougar collars save lives. While historically rare, human encounters with mountain lions are on the rise across Montana. Lions typically hunt deer and avoid contact with humans. But as housing and recreation pressures continue to push into traditional cougar country, conflicts—and occasionally,... Details
Outdoor Offenses, trailhead parking
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Don't be that guy. It’s summer: more people are in the woods now than any other time of year. While there are more people, the size of the space hasn’t expanded any; we all need to coexist without driving each other crazy. Conflict is inevitable, but certain offenses are intolerable—we’re here to... Details
Bozeman, Kirk Frameworks, Sklar Bikes, Carl Strong
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Estela Villaseñor
Local bike-builders get national recognition. At this year’s North American Handmade Bicycle Show (NAHBS) in Salt Lake City, an annual event showcasing the talent and workmanship of custom-bike builders, three Bozeman-based craftsmen shared the stage. Kirk Frameworks and Sklar Bikes brought home... Details
Windy Pass Trail, hiking, Bozeman
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Robert Stone
Hiking the Windy Pass trail. Windy Pass is a vast alpine meadow that straddles the Gallatin Crest between the Sentinel and Eaglehead Mountain. At an elevation of 9,250 feet, the open, windswept plateau feels like the top of the world. It’s covered in wildflowers for a few short months. Atop the... Details
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Melissa Cronin
Or do. Your call. I am socially awkward and used to panic a little when passing strangers on a trail. I have said some embarrassing things to innocent folks. On one occasion, I complimented an elderly gentleman on his rustic hickory walking stick by exclaiming, “You have a really amazing stick!” I... Details
Red Lodge, running, public access, Bozeman
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Zach Altman
Running for public access. Across the United States, the public-lands debate continues to heat up. Despite strong public support for federally managed public lands, legislators and lobbyists are eagerly working to transfer public lands to private interests. Without public engagement and action, we... Details
Saxifrage salad, foraging, Bozeman,
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Thomas J. Elpel
Foraging with a purpose. Want to become more self-reliant in the wilderness? Intentionally under-packing the food supply to self-impose a “forced foraging” situation can stimulate hunting and foraging skills. The trick is to find the balance, creating a deficit in the food supply without completely... Details
Bozeman, anglers, fish bro
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Niall Clancy
A rundown of Bozeman-area anglers. In my 15 years as a fly angler, I’ve run across a number of interesting characters. Some interesting in the “wow, I could listen to this guy for hours” sense and some in the “wow, this guy is insane… I could listen to him for hours” sense. Now, I consider myself a... Details
singletrack, Bozeman, Mile Creek
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Mike Harrelson
Riding high-alpine singletrack. By the time summer gets around to the 45th parallel, avid mountain bikers are looking to tick off a few big, definitive rides before the snow starts flying again. Definitive, in our circle, equals a full-day outing with lots of mileage and vertical relief. The climb(... Details
Cure for the Common, Music in the Mountains, Big Sky
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Options for outdoor music this summer. Summer is so jam-packed, by the time it hits its stride, you’re going to need some R&R—that’s recreation and relaxation, for you civilian types. The recreation part is easy: Bozeman is surrounded by mountain ranges and river systems—go to one. But what... Details
House Rock, Mad Mile, whitewater, Gallatin River, Outside Bozeman
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Robert Price
Navigating the Gallatin's grandest rapid. For much of its course, the Gallatin River is an intermediate paddle, but once you float past the Lava Lake trailhead and round the corner, things get a little Western. It narrows, tumbling through steep boulders, lit with a glowing orange hue emitted from... Details
Climbing, rock climbing, Bozeman
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Drew Pogge
Climbing's dirty little secret. Climbing has no shortage of challenges to overcome. Weather, fragile rock, sketchy protection, route logistics, and physical and mental limitations combine to make climbing what it is: an adventure. On one particular summer day I had exceptional physical limitations... Details
Quake Lake, Custer Gallatin National Forest, Bozeman
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Mariah Leuschen-Lonergan
USFS and Recommended Wilderness. Through the Forest Plan Revision, the Custer Gallatin National Forest is updating the overall guiding document for future forest management. This summer, the Custer Gallatin will be undertaking the Wilderness process. Each Forest across the nation will likely... Details
Birding, Bozeman
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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.Constantly observe. Sight and sound provide clues. When you see a... Details
Quake Lake, Earthquake Lake, Hebgen Lake
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Jacob O. Thacker
Visiting Earthquake Lake. Earthquake Lake provides visitors a stark reminder of the disaster that can occur when the human and geologic timescales overlap. Just before midnight on August 17, 1959, the magnitude 7.3 Hebgen Lake earthquake triggered an 80-million-ton landslide, forever burying 19... Details
Bozeman Astronomy, Total Solar Eclipse August 21, Perseid Meteor
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Jim Manning
Summer's astronomical bucket-list. Warm days and balmy nights—such as we have them in Montana in the summer—offer pleasant opportunities to enjoy the half of our personal outdoor world that lies overhead. There’s a lot of action in the sky if you know when and where to look—celestial happenings... Details
fishery, pollution, Outside Bozeman
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Upper Missouri Waterkeeper
A fishery under threat. With about 100 miles of floatable, wadeable, and fishable water, the Beaverhead River supports a strong local recreation economy—valued at nearly five million dollars annually—as boaters, fishermen, birders, and many others consistently visit this local treasure. The river... Details
Poison hemlock
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Whitney Tilt
Avoiding poison hemlock. A rich diversity of plants, native and invasive, thrive in southwest Montana’s varied landscapes. Some may be edible, making for a nice addition to a trailside salad, or they can land you in the ER if you’re hasty with identification. Here’s one to look out for.Poison... Details
training tips, Outside Bozeman
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Training tips from the experts. You’re generally fit and want to push yourself to the next level. You run 3-5 miles a few times per week, but this summer, you’re thinking about tackling a longer mountain race, like the Crosscut 15/25k or maybe the Ridge Run. How do you go from exercising to... Details
Outside Bozeman, granola bar, snacks
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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.  Ingredients (18 servings)1.5... Details
Backcountry Delight, pizza, camp kitchen
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NOLS
A camp-kitchen upgrade. If you’re like us, you secretly love rehydrated backpacking meals. One, they’re super easy to make. Two, there’s almost no cleanup involved. And three, they taste better and better all the time. But sometimes you want a fresh meal when you’ve been hoofing it through the... Details
Bozeman, Sandpoint
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the editors
We all love Bozeman—no doubt about it. But the times, they are a-changin’. Gone are the quaint, small-town attitudes, the relaxed pace of life, and the slow, steady growth. Nowadays, you’re as likely to overhear folks discussing investment gains or real-estate deals as crop yields or trail... Details
Big Sky biking, Outside Bozeman
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the editors
Big Sky biking on the cheap. In case you haven’t heard, Big Sky has some new biking trails. Many of them are only accessible by chairlift, but the longest and perhaps best trail in the system—Mountain to Meadow—can be ridden without forking over cash for a haul pass. Now, you might ask, “Why would... Details
Outside Bozeman, wake surfing, sun, skin
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Dr. Teresa Mann
Protecting your skin this summer. It’s summer in Montana, so naturally we’ll be spending additional time outdoors. How can we do so safely? It’s important to balance the benefits of outdoor time with appropriate protection from the sun. Why is UV from the sun harmful?Ultraviolet radiation—both UVB... Details

Gear Reviews

Brooks, trail running, outside Bozeman
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Chris McCarthy
The new Caldera from Brooks features BioMoGo DNA midsole cushioning that's plush on the trail but firm and responsive in changing conditions. Because of the extra cushion, this shoe doesn’t have a rock plate, but so far I’ve had no issues on jagged, rocky terrain. The high midsoles cause it to roll... Details
Red Paddle, paddleboard, paddle board
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Mike England
We’ve got a few lakes around here, but southwest Montana is all about the rivers—so your watercraft should be, too. Which is where the Explorer 13’2” paddleboard comes in. Long, lean, and fast, this inflatable board negotiates moving water with aplomb, tracks well, and has multiple tie-downs for... Details
Way Coolers, MP60, The Barn Bozeman
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Chris McCarthy
Premium coolers rule the market these days, but with all the options, which do you buy? For starters, check out who makes the cooler. The MP60 from Way Coolers was designed by Mike Garcia, owner of The Barn right here in Bozeman. The MP60 is built to be bear-proof and nearly indestructible. The... Details
Pivlock Asana, Smith sunglasses, sunglasses
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Angie Mangels
Sunglasses are essential whenever I’m outside, regardless of the weather. For that reason, I’ve found the Pivlock Asana’s easy-to-change-out lenses convenient; they come with an extra set of rose-tinted lenses that work great in low-light conditions. Not that I need them much, because the ChromaPop... Details
chest pack, fishing chest rig, Outside Bozeman
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Mike England
Once an essential apparatus, the fly-fishing vest no longer holds hegemony, thanks in large part to innovations like the FHF Gear Fishing Chest Rig. Gone is the awkward reaching into endless pockets that balloon your torso; this compact container keeps crucial items close, and is loaded with... Details
Bridgedale socks, merino fusion, MerinoFusion Trekker, Bozeman, wool socks
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Mike England
With style, softness, and ample padding in all the right places, Bridgedale’s MerinoFusion Trekker socks keep your hooves happy while hiking, backpacking, or just hanging out around camp. A multi-fiber blend of Merino, Coolmax, nylon, and lycra means this sock wicks moisture, keeps feet comfy and... Details
Cooking in the backcountry, camp skillet, windburner accessories
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David Tucker
Cooking in the backcountry can make or break an outing. This summer, do yourself a favor and get the easy-to-use Windburner accessories from MSR. Obviously, these items only work if you have a Windburner stove, but the skillet, 1.8L pot, and hanging kit are well worth the additional cost. The... Details
Sassa GTX Women's Mid Lowa, Sassa, Lowa, women's boot
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Brandy Burke
For women with ankle instability, the Lowa Sassa GTX Mid trekking boot is what you need. Not only does it provide excellent support, it’s also lightweight, features a Gore-Tex lining, and has a stylish look. I pushed these boots hard up the Hellroaring Creek trail, with plenty of mud and lots of up... Details
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Mike England
With Bozeman’s booming population, there are more cars, and idiot drivers, than ever. Which makes cycling around town, or to and from a trailhead in the Bridgers, increasingly daunting. One way to ride safer is to strap on a blaze-orange Safety Panel from Bozeman’s own Orange Aglow. The company... Details
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Simon Peterson
The Shred Soaza mountain-bike goggles offer a wide range of view and advanced optics technology to keep everything in perspective. The thermoplastic frame material is tough enough to handle downhill, freeride, and Enduro riding, and the lens utilizes Shred’s NoDistortion technology, giving you a... Details
LOWA, climbing shoe
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Brandy Burke
I reached a whole new level with the Sparrow climbing shoe from Lowa—the several weeks I spent bouldering in them at Spire were confidence-inspiring. They have great edging capability, fantastic grip, and they’re comfortable to wear around the gym—I even left them on between climbs. The anti-... Details
Outside Bozeman, Headlamp, UCO
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Mike England
Think headlamp design has reached its zenith? With bike-helmet-style adjustments and a full-range brightness dial, UCO’s X-120R X-ACT Fit shines new light on what a head-mounted light can be. There are no buttons to break; the Infinite Dial turns seamlessly from 0 to 120 lumens. No elastic bands to... Details
Outside Bozeman, Pearl Izumi, shirt, shorts
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Simon Peterson
The high-performance Elevate Short from Pearl Izumi is light, comfy, and has outstanding flex. The included men’s 1:1 ELITE Pursuit Chamois is a life-changer—as in, say goodbye to swamp crotch. This liner delivers on its promise to provide superior comfort and breathability, and then some. Put ’em... Details
Lowa, Zephyr, Outside Bozeman, footwear, lowa boots
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Mike England
A familiar quandary in outdoor towns is ambiguity of dress: is this recreational apparel or casual wear? Can I don biking shoes to the bar, hiking boots to an art show? Around here, it doesn’t much matter, but there are limits: no grape-smuggling spandex at the restaurant, for example, and ditch... Details
Outside Bozeman, duffel bag, CFS, STIO
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Brian England
The CFS Duffel from Stio is a great all-around bag with a generous 40L of storage space. It’s not as special-purpose as a traditional dry bag; it isn’t going to keep your gear fully waterproof if you dump on the Mad Mile. But it will keep your gear dry on fishing trips, Madison floats, or rainy... Details
Leupold, rangefinder, Outside Bozeman
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Mike England
For a compact rangefinder that reaches out past 1,000 yards and doesn’t require two hours of prep time with the manual, check out the Leupold RX-1200i TBR/W. That’s a lot of letters and numbers, for sure, but the name is as arcane as this product gets. Unlike many similar long-range devices, I was... Details
Mountain Hardwear, backpack, Outside Bozeman
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David Tucker
Summer’s here, which means it’s time to take advantage of the high country. For me, that means at least one extended backpack through the mountains. As any backpacker knows, traveling with wet gear is not ideal; but all too often, a torrential storm rolls in and leaves you in just that predicament... Details
Rollerblade, inline skates, Outside Bozeman
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Mike England
Is ’blading back? I sure hope so, because I’ve been having a blast with my Maxxum 90 inline skates from Rollerblade. Pragmatism drove the acquisition—I wanted to (discreetly) stay in hockey shape in the off-season—but after one self-conscious spin around the block, all apprehension vanished. I felt... Details
RockyMounts, Outside Bozeman, bike rack, bike mount
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David Tucker
In Bozeman, it’s an unfortunate reality that to ride mountain trails, you’re going to have to haul some bikes. Luckily, there’s the Splitrail from RockyMounts. This hitch-mounted rack carries up to two bikes on a 1.25-inch receiver, and if you have a 2-inch receiver, you can carry three or four... Details
Motorola, two-way radio, walky-talky, walkie-talkie, Outside Bozeman
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Mike England
Contrary to popular belief, your beloved smartphone is not a panacea—whip it out while deep in a side-canyon up Hyalite, for example, and you’ll wish you’d packed a Motorola Talkabout T465 instead. This compact two-way radio connects you with others in your party—or anyone else on the same channel—... Details
OR shirt
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Melissa Doar
Crafted with the latest fabric technology, the Outdoor Research Gauge S/S Tee is designed to keep you cool during any hot endeavor. This women’s-cut tee is a lightweight, comfortable, non-clinging athletic shirt that not only wicks away sweat, but helps regulate core temp by increasing air flow... Details

Book Reviews

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the editors
Titles for a distracting season. The lazy days of summer are loaded with opportunities to kick back, relax, and leaf through a collection of essays, a book of short stories, or a gallery of images, and it just so happens we have an ideal trio for you to consider. Take a look. Unearthing... Details

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