Maggie’s Back

After an injury derailed her Olympic dreams in 2014, Whitefish’s Maggie Voisin has fought her way back to the top of the slopestyle world rankings with the 2018 Winter Games approaching. She’s wiser, better and hungry to show the world what it missed.

Northwest Montana’s Original Explorer

While Lewis and Clark are celebrated characters in American and regional history, it was Canadian explorer David Thompson who put Northwest Montana on the map

Service in Tribute of Service

In a state with one of the two highest per-capita populations of veterans in the country, a legion of volunteer drivers works year-round to help vets overcome the logistical challenges of Montana’s wide-open spaces to get the health care they need

Fall in Glacier

An autumn adventure awaits you on every side of the compass in Glacier National Park

The Short Wild Life of Demersville

The town of Demersville emerged 130 years ago and quickly developed into a vibrant boomtown that laid the roots for the modern Flathead Valley before abruptly vanishing

A Crowning Achievement

Ultrarunner Mike Foote has a race resume brimming with podium finishes, but his traverse of the Crown of the Continent stands out as his most epic adventure

A Flathead Founding Family

Dating back to Everit L. Sliter’s platting of Bigfork in 1902, the Sliters have been influential community leaders, with a new generation now carrying the baton of civic engagement and business leadership into the future

Camping Without the Crowds

Summertime means camping under the stars among forested mountains and alpine lakes. Here are a few quiet getaways worth escaping to.

Life After Racing

Thoroughbreds burn bright and fast as racehorses, but many go on to have longer, successful careers in other sports. The Event at Rebecca Farm in Kalispell offers a glimpse of these impressive athletes thriving in their second jobs.

Field Notes from a Century on the Shoreline

Morton J. Elrod, one of Montana’s most distinguished naturalists, founded the Flathead Lake Biological Station in 1899 as a testament to the power of intensive fieldwork, and today it is one of the most respected institutions of its kind in the world

The Next Last Packers

Mule packing is dying. Or so they say. Meet the new generation fighting to preserve nostalgia, a timeless heritage, and wilderness itself.

Discover Canada’s National Treasures

Our neighbor to the north is celebrating its 150th birthday and everyone is invited with free admission to the country’s 47 national parks. Yes, even Americans get in free. Here are four parks within driving distance of Northwest Montana.

The Toughest Town in Montana

In 1890, a rough-and-tumble railroad town called McCarthyville was born on the southern edge of Glacier National Park. Two years later, it was gone.

The Jane Goodall of Wolves

Nearly four decades after Diane Boyd started monitoring the first radio-collared wolf to recolonize the Western U.S. from Canada, living in a remote North Fork Flathead River cabin without electricity or running water, she has come full circle with her new job as wolf management specialist for Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks

Hugo’s Small Town Boss

The blue-collar lessons that Jenny Swank Krasteva learned in tiny Valier have fueled her rapid rise to an executive position at one of the world’s most influential fashion houses