A stirring story about one person’s struggle to keep their wings in the darkness. Amidst longterm depression, PTSD, and anxiety, Fern discovers serenity, insight, and release in running trails. As their mental health improves, pressure to compete drives a wedge. Follow them as zhe seeks to rekindle their trail medicine. Set in the Northern Rockies spring.
In the summer of 2017, three friends set off on a week-long journey from Bozeman to Red Lodge, Montana, spanning 236-miles across the largest intact ecosystem in the lower forty-eight. The traverse is drawing attention to the common space surrounding Yellowstone National Park.
In a world where the great outdoors are under threat from human expansion, pollution, blinding policies, and numerous other hazards a few adventurers speak to the wonders of the places they call home. Discussing why they are ecologically as well as experientially worth fighting for.
Every year the Beartooth Highway Pass from Montana to Wyoming opens around Memorial Day Weekend, after crews have spent weeks removing snow. The opening gives skiers and snowboarders convenient access to high elevation late season riding.
Three friends set out on a 250 mile run across the Northern Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem from Bozeman, MT to Red Lodge, MT. Showing the beauty and prestige of the lands while working to keep public lands public by building awareness and community.
Andrew Petersen, a Montana local and lifelong fly fisherman talks about the difficulty of accessing public rivers when private land skirts the banks of them. For Andrew fly fishing is a huge part of life and with public land being sold off to private interests, access is becoming an issue.
Matt Cornell, a young brilliant ice climber pushing the limits of the sport, free soloing routes such as The Nutcracker, WI5 M8 and Come and Get It, WI6 M7 as well as making first ascents around the world shows a little bit of his talent here in Hyalite Canyon, Montana.
The song Flight of Fancy written by Mark Armstrong, son of Neil Armstrong, appeared in the feature length documentary Armstrong that premiered in July of 2019, commemorating the 50th anniversary of the moon landing.
The famed Teton Pass that connects Wyoming and Idaho communities gathers 100s of inches of snow every year. The first two weeks of January in 2020 proved to be miraculous with 100+ inches and constant refills throughout the rest of the month.
When you're backcountry skiing, hiking, climbing, or running you tend to find yourself out in the dark! With the Black Diamond Spot Headlamp you can make sure your path is lit up and that you find your way back to the trailhead, wherever it may happen to be.
Montana's mountains soar high into the clouds, keeping snow through the summer on north facing aspects. For the 2016 Summer solstice we ventured to The Great One, a north facing Couloir on Sacajawea Mountain in the Bridger Range to put some tracks down on icy sun cupped snow.
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