Hidden Pitstops

A brief manual for the off-the-beaten-path seeker of roadside burgers and beer

Man’s Best Friend

Not a bad employee, either

A Labor of Love

Bill Goodman fell in love with an old, dilapidated building. Today his passion project has revitalized one of the oldest and most prominent landmarks in the Flathead Valley, the KM Building

The Life and Times of Bill Johnson

The first American to earn an Olympic gold in downhill, whose comeback bid in 2001 ended in a horrific crash on Big Mountain, died earlier this year at 55

Back to Winter

Tips for diehards to ski their way to summer

Lessons from the Hardwood

Two generations of Camel basketball stars have found their answers inside the gym, and they're helping other young Native Americans find theirs, too

Southern Sensibilities

Craftsman-style home brings Georgia and Montana together

As the Raptor Flies

Under the leadership of Beth Watne, a local nonprofit organization takes injured birds and raptors under its wing

A Wild Eye

The photography and outdoor ethos of Steven Gnam

Living the Dream

One of the best skiers to emerge from Montana, Adam Delorme is still chasing lines and flying high with distinct style and skills

The Wonderful Weirdness of Whitefish Winter Carnival

Meet the costume-clad volunteers who brave the frigid streets every winter to make our lives a little warmer

Conversation with Grey Ruegamer

A two-time NFL Super Bowl champion helps Flathead athletes achieve their own goals

Underground Explorers

Biologists and cavers, including high school kids, are venturing beneath the earth's surface in a wide-ranging research effort that is dramatically expanding our understanding of an ecologically essential creature: bats

Jeff Ament’s Quiet Contributions to the Big sky

Pearl Jam co-founder and bassist stays true to hometown roots through charity, activism and philanthropy while never seeking the limelight

Escape to East Kootenay

Just north of the border lies a sparsely populated outdoor wonderland