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February 3, 2012
Each season, ski patrollers clock millions of hours on the hill. So we asked these mountain savants—hundreds nationwide—to share their insights on everything from meat-rub recipes to banking good karma. Here are 100 of their secrets.
July 18, 2011
A few words with Justin Brodin, founder of the Bozeman, Montana-based film company, Toy Soldier Productions and a trailer for his upcoming movie, "Set Your Sights."
December 9, 2010
A local's favorite, Whitefish Lake Restaurant offers the best of both worlds.
June 7, 2010
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Looking for a summertime thrill to replace the rush of ripping powder? Take a zip line tour at your favorite mountain resort. By: Colette Maddock
February 21, 2010
A recent avalanche ripped Bridger Bowl, Montana's slack country to the ground. We spoke with Eric Knoff, an avy forecaster at the Gallatin National Forest Avalanche Center, about the fact that tracks don't mean a slope is safe (there were over 200 tracks on the face that slid). This slide was skier triggered, but nobody was caught by the slide. Special thanks to the GNFAC for the photos.
December 14, 2009
Colorado, Utah, Montana, and Washington ski areas saw cold temperatures last week followed by new snow, currently creating snowpack instabilities. Avalanche warnings remain at high for mountain locations in these states.
November 12, 2009
Schlasman’s (pronounced Slushman’s) lift opened in December 2008 and accesses 300 acres and 1,700 feet of steep terrain. It’s more skier-friendly (translation: fewer places to get cliffed out) than the rest of Bridger Bowl’s gnarly Ridge, but beacons are required and nothing is marked. Case in point? Last season, patrol regularly performed rope rescues here.
Anatomy | Montana | Resorts | Bridger Bowl
October 23, 2009
And get his wife Mary-Jo's tasty caramel bar recipe.
Montana | Resorts
October 23, 2009
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There’s no such thing as a secret stash anymore. So how do you keep your line fresh? Own it. It’s only $2,500 a day. You can do this at Turner Mountain.
October 5, 2009
Starting this winter, Big Sky, Montana, is offering a chance for guided early tram rides at 8 a.m., a whole hour before the masses. We spoke with director of snowsports, Troy Nedved, to see if the program also includes shooting the Howitzer (it doesn't).
Montana | Resorts | Northern Rockies | Big Sky