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A new report found that towns near plenty of outdoor recreation attract new residents and higher incomes. But this could also mean higher costs of living, affordable housing challenges, and encroachment into vulnerable landscapes.

Three epic adventures you can give any outdoorsperson

Bow-hunting anterless whitetail deer on the Yellowstone River—on a budget

Big Sky Country has one of the highest concentrations of hot springs in America. Here's where to find the best ones.

Comfortable, secure, and convenient, the Scat Belt works with any type of clothing

Existentialism, rabbit holes, and the pursuit of happiness—with a hundred miles of singletrack and a foot of airy powder thrown in

A growing number of outfitters are offering options for adaptive athletes

Legislators are considering sticking out-of-state cyclists and mountain bikers with a $25 fee—and a side of humiliation

Photographer Seth Langbauer’s favorite moments from the 20th annual Bozeman Ice Festival

There are roughly 200 natural history museums across the U.S., not including the big daddies in New York and D.C. Some are barely bigger than a schoolroom, while others are sprawling, multimillion-dollar palaces that house some of the country’s most precious natural artifacts. The five below are among the finest—for…

Best for Skiing (West)

It's not enough to be at the forefront. In an era when everything has supposedly been done, these adventure icons ignore convention, court risk, and let their passion lead the way.

The Classic Powder Skiing Once you experience Alta's powder, you too will be an Altaholic ALTA SKI AREA, Utah: Not only does Alta get twice as much snow as less blessed resorts—it averages 500 inches—but its flakes are also lighter and drier. Maybe that’s why nearly 80 percent of…

Time to tune up that garageful of gear (we don't mean lawn chairs) and devote your next outing to full-throttle fun.

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