Mountain Outlaw magazine is published biannually in Big Sky, Montana, and examines the lifestyle, culture and issues relevant to the Mountain West from the heart of the Yellowstone region. Through award-winning editorial content, design, video and photography, Mountain Outlaw gives you more than a story - it’s an experience.
WINTER 2019 MAGAZINE
Pick up your copy of the Winter 2019 edition of Mountain Outlaw magazine at more than 400 locations in the Greater Yellowstone region.
PEACE IN THE VALLEYS
By Todd Wilkinson
Less than 150 years ago, the American bison was on the brink of elimination and today, at least 4,500 bison inhabit our first national park. However, more could be done to protect the animals outside of park boundaries in Montana.
REWILDING CHILE AND ARGENTINA
By Emily Stifler Wolfe
Emily Stifler Wolfe’s profile of Kris Tompkins, the former CEO of Patagonia and co-founder of Tompkins Conservation, focuses on her organization’s acquisition of roughly 2 million acres of private land for conservation in Chile and Argentina.
PLASTIC RUNS THROUGH IT
By Sophie Tsairis
Plastic pollution in our oceans is the subject of increasing global concern but our rivers, streams and watersheds are not immune to its contamination. Sophie Tsairis takes a close look at the regional efforts to study and combat the effects of plastics to the waters of the the Mountain West.
HOW THEY SKI IT
By Bay Stephens
It’s not only a mountain’s terrain, lifts and lodges that define it, but also the locals who ski there. Staff writer Bay Stephens visited four ski areas in the Northern Rockies to find the quintessential personalities who have helped define the culture of the mountain they each chose as “the one.”
FINDING THE SOUL OF MONTANA: LENNEP
By Sarah Gianelli
In the second installment of Mountain Outlaw’s dart toss series, Sarah Gianelli traveled to the town of Lennep, home to the oldest Lutheran church in Montana. Once a stop on the Old Milkwaukee Railroad, it is now nearly abandoned.
BLUE RIVER BOUNTY
By Brian Hurlbut
Mike Wiegele, heli-skiing pioneer and owner of Mike Wiegele Helicopter Skiing, turned 80 years old in September, will celebrate his 50th year in business next winter, and shows no signs of slowing down.
By Jodi Hausen
By Jessianne Castle
Rooted in the West
By Claire Cella
Changing History to Shape the Future
Hunker Down to Spice It Up
Here’s the Scoop
By Ednor Therriault
By Michael J. Ober
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