With its crystalline rivers, striking mountain ranges, abundant wildlife, and all the passionate skiers, hikers, bikers, climbers and fisherman who revel in it, southwest Montana is an outdoor photographer’s dreamland. Over the years, thousands of beautiful and captivating images have appeared in the pages of Outside Bozeman magazine. Finally, after a decade and a half, a “best of” assortment is o
The Gallatin Valley Land Trust is always working to protect the character of this special place we call home. Watch this video, go outside, look around, take a deep breath, and be thankful we have an accredited land trust!
Weather patterns in southwest Montana will be conducive for human-caused fires on Friday, August 16. It is recommended to use extreme caution while outdoors (especially on Friday afternoon). Details here:
Congratulations to our own MISSY O'MALLEY! She was recognized as one of Southwest Montana's most accomplished 20 under 40! The list includes architects, business owners, non profit leaders, among others. Missy is an amazing woman who donates a ton of her time to Haven, talking with kids, and sharing her always energetic attitude...
There's an interesting article in the Great Falls Tribune today, actually it's a fictional letter from a fourth grader who just moved here from Virginia. She wants to know why Montana doesn't have a spring season (like Virginia). The response from the Tribune column writer sheds light on Montana's unique spring (I think his sincere answer leaves much to be admired). Although he speaks of Northcent
Skiers, snowboarders, and snowmobilers rejoice. Area mountains have recieved anywhere from one to two feet of new snow for you to try all of your new toys out on. That also leads to considerable avalanche danger. Here's the latest advisory from the Gallatin National Forest Avalanche Center.