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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 2017 MAGAZINE

FEATURES

LAND: 2067 – THE CLOCK STRUCK THIRTEEN

By Todd Wilkinson

Driverless cars whisk passengers through Montana where fishing is limited, glaciers are gone, and natural snowfall is finite. In a vision of dystopia 50 years from now, ski industry leaders tell how we can prevent catastrophe. Todd Wilkinson finds hope in “2067: The Clock Struck Thirteen.”

NOW: TED TURNER – IN HIS OWN WORDS

By Joseph T. O’Connor

From daring yacht races to becoming one of America’s most outspoken and successful media moguls, Ted Turner has been called intense, a genius and “Captain Outrageous.” Joseph T. O’Connor interviews Turner “In His Own Words,” about conservation, nukes and the future of bison.

ADVENTURE: THE SILVER ELEMENT

By Brigid Mander

You’ve heard of Colorado’s Silverton Mountain, where lifts number one and big-mountain lines rule. Welcome to their version of big-mountain AK. Introducing Silverton Mountain Guides.

FEATURED OUTLAWS: AS REAL AS IT GETS

By Stephen Camelio

The Smith brothers have taken Montana and the film industry by storm. In their new David Quammen adaptation, the twins tell that, while the story is king, authenticity crowns the ruler.

OUTBOUND GALLERY: THE ART OF HAPPINESS

While much of news rehashes oppositional rhetoric, broken promises and a growing distrust, Mountain Outlaw wanted to tell a different story: the other side. Searching for “The Art of Happiness,” we asked photographers and writers to document the happiest people on Earth. Here are their secrets.

GEAR: DYED IN THE WOOL

Celebrating a fabric woven into history. Watch behind-the-scenes footage of this feature, shot on location at Serenity Sheep farm in Belgrade, Montana.