As a magazine interested in places that are hard to get to (and harder to make a life in), we were drawn to Montana's ruins.
This time of year, the pavement is cracked from the cold, and there are no guardrails to protect riders from careening over the edge.
The veteran, expeditionist, and writer has spent his life cheating death. Now he’s helping his closest confidant, the grizzly bear, do the same.
The dogs dash forward, towing their riders alongside a river and through a forest tunnel of rocks and evergreens that rise all around. This is the world of mushing.
A working farmstead outside of Philipsburg, Montana, brings a touch of luxury to the Wild West with everything from fly-fishing to skeet shooting
After losing his arm, a few ribs, and nearly his life, a culinary scout finds a new purpose in creating dishes from foraged food.
Traveling a treacherous highway that winds through Yellowstone National Park doubles as a study of negative space.
A world-traveling wool expert and a Montana rancher become wool-industry trailblazers in less than a year.
Just outside Missoula, Montana, discover luxury ranching in the west
Livingston, Montana, population 7,000, has not become a hollowed-out husk of itself. It remains a bustling, vibrant, if decidedly eccentric, community.
Nestled at the foot of Emigrant Peak and 2 miles from the Yellowstone River, sits a locals’ haven for rest and relaxation since 1900.