Outdoors & Recreation News

There are many bummers that can happen on a mountain trail, not even counting a crash that requires Ski Patrol. Don't just learn a lesson after one happens. Prevent predictable bummers from happening in the first place.

A couple of weeks ago I saw one patch of lodgepole pine trees on the side of the mountain that had all blown down. The trees were all pointing in the same direction. It was like a giant Paul Bunyon had chopped down a bunch of trees all at once with a huge ax.

Yellowstone Caldera Chronicles is a weekly column written by scientists and collaborators of the Yellowstone Volcano Observatory. This week's contribution is from Annie Carlson, Research Coordinator at the Yellowstone Center for Resources, Yellowstone National Park.

Local fly-fishing outfitter and guide Jeremy Gilbertson will be teaching a fly-fishing with streamers class beginning Thursday, Nov. 15, at East Rosebud Fly and Tackle.

More people are hitting the trails than ever before. With this comes the necessity for people to learn how to interact with nature in a manner that is the least invasive way possible. Here are six tips that will help you preserve the outdoors.