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A Weekend in Casper, Wyoming + the Importance of Traveling Safely and Responsibly

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Montana’s Beaten Path

The Beaten Path is an iconic Montana trail that begins near Cooke City and winds up and over the Beartooth Mountains and drops into East Rosebud (near Red Lodge) 29 miles later. It’s a stunning example of Montana’s sheer beauty, mountain lakes, and…

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Leave No Trace Principles in the Beartooth Mountains

Before even THINKING about heading into the backcountry think to yourself, what’s the plan? Where are we heading? What are our contingency plans for weather and other circumstances?

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An Outsider’s Guide to Crow Fair

Every year, over a thousand teepees descend upon Crow Agency, Montana for the annual Crow Fair. Having grown up only an hour way from Crow Agency, I’ve been kicking myself for years for never making it there, so when Visit Montana asked if I’d head…

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Take the Next Exit, Three Days in Glacier Country’s I-90 Corridor

One of my favorite aspects of my job is seeing the nooks and crannies of Montana that most miss. No one ever hires me to shoot Glacier National Park or Yellowstone, because, let’s face it, those areas don’t need any help with visitation. Recently,…

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Andy’s Guide to Dining in Billings, Montana

Growing up in Billings I took for granted that the dining scene in Billings was on par with the offerings of much larger cities, but in the last five years, the scene downtown has exploded and made for a very happy Andy. Now as a former division 1 offensive…

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Andy’s Guide to Outdoor Recreation in Billings

A mere mention of the word “Montana” to out-of-staters immediately elicits thoughts of mountain tops and vast landscapes. But mention “Billings” to folks from Montana and the outdoors are not what immediately comes to mind. Billings, being Montana’s largest…

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Montana Spring Road Trip: Glacier Country

I’m no stranger to Montana’s Glacier Country, which takes up the northwest corner of this great state I call home. Most free weeks and weekends I get in the spring and fall are spent biking Going-to-the-Sun Road, or climbing the stunning peaks overlooking…

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Montana Spring Roadtrip: Missoula

As I grow older I have come to fall in love with Missoula with every visit. The music, the art, the outdoors, and the overall vibe of the town just feels right. It has a lot of similarities with Bozeman, but different at the same time.

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Montana Spring Tour: Southwest Montana

As the road trip heads west the terrain becomes even more dramatic and mountainous. But my draw to Southwest Montana goes much deeper than just the beauty, but it comes from the history that lies in the region. As I spent four days of the Montana Spring…

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