Local climber Joel Anderson establishes ice climbing guide service
Forty-five years after the first Back Country Horsemen chapter formed in Columbia Falls, members across the nation remain faithful to the founding principle of prioritizing service to the resource
The National Trails System celebrates 50 years as one of the greatest innovations in American outdoor recreation history: the long-distance hiking trail, including the Continental Divide National Scenic Trail, 750 miles of which run through Montana
Morton J. Elrod, one of Montana’s most distinguished naturalists, founded the Flathead Lake Biological Station in 1899 as a testament to the power of intensive fieldwork, and today it is one of the most respected institutions of its kind in the world
Mule packing is dying. Or so they say. Meet the new generation fighting to preserve nostalgia, a timeless heritage, and wilderness itself.
Flathead Valley snow depth, snow water equivalent totals nearing historical average
Jan. 12 event will feature nine films by, for, and about women
Excitement builds as initial stages of $14 million project completed on budget and ahead of schedule
Montana history, culture presentations at the Museum at Central School kick off Jan. 8 with live history performance by Neal Lewing
Inaugural Flathead Lake Skijoring championships to ring in the New Year
Whitefish’s Stumptown Art Studio coordinates donation of high-quality art supplies for Blackfeet Nation artists
Stillwater Christian students create calendar that highlights stories of Flathead Valley veterans
Judges, attorneys and other officials preparing to implement new victim rights rules among uncertainties
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