The latest from Mountain—80 pages of photography celebrating winter and the high country. Get more here. 

The latest from Mountain—80 pages of photography celebrating winter and the high country. Get more here

It’s winter! And that means a new issue of Mountain magazine. Pick up your copy of Winter 2014 at Whole Foods, Barnes & Noble, EMS, Gander Mountain, or your local outdoors and natural foods store. Better yet, subscribe here and we’ll send you Winter 2014 on the house.
What’s inside, you ask? Check out the Table of Contents. And exactly where did that lovely cover shot come from? Alaska’s Ruth Gorge. More on that here.
Happy reading, and think snow!

It’s winter! And that means a new issue of Mountain magazine. Pick up your copy of Winter 2014 at Whole Foods, Barnes & Noble, EMS, Gander Mountain, or your local outdoors and natural foods store. Better yet, subscribe here and we’ll send you Winter 2014 on the house.

What’s inside, you ask? Check out the Table of Contents. And exactly where did that lovely cover shot come from? Alaska’s Ruth Gorge. More on that here.

Happy reading, and think snow!

You know it’s bad when the bars stop serving beer and start to pile up sandbags. Welcome to the Boulder Flood. More than 16 inches of rain have fallen in Boulder, Colorado in the last week. That’s led to massive flooding along the Front Range—an event the news media, scientists, and government types are calling a 1,000-year flood. The talking heads prone to hyperbole or lacking a theasurus even went so far as to call it “Biblical.” Not that I’d argue. Check out the Boulder Daily Camera or the Denver Post (aerial views here) to see the evidence in full color.
I’m fine. I didn’t lose anything. Others weren’t so lucky. Please visit the United Way if you’d like to help, or make a special contribution to the Lyons Community Foundation to help the town of Lyons, Colorado, a small mountain burg that’s been devastated by the flood.
Thanks for listening. There’s a lot happening in the world. Syria. The Navy Yards shooting. And so the Boulder and Colorado floods haven’t made it above the fold in most major news outlets. And that’s okay. Boulder and the mountain towns will work hard to recover. But if you can help, please do.

You know it’s bad when the bars stop serving beer and start to pile up sandbags. Welcome to the Boulder Flood. More than 16 inches of rain have fallen in Boulder, Colorado in the last week. That’s led to massive flooding along the Front Range—an event the news media, scientists, and government types are calling a 1,000-year flood. The talking heads prone to hyperbole or lacking a theasurus even went so far as to call it “Biblical.” Not that I’d argue. Check out the Boulder Daily Camera or the Denver Post (aerial views here) to see the evidence in full color.


I’m fine. I didn’t lose anything. Others weren’t so lucky. Please visit the United Way if you’d like to help, or make a special contribution to the Lyons Community Foundation to help the town of Lyons, Colorado, a small mountain burg that’s been devastated by the flood.


Thanks for listening. There’s a lot happening in the world. Syria. The Navy Yards shooting. And so the Boulder and Colorado floods haven’t made it above the fold in most major news outlets. And that’s okay. Boulder and the mountain towns will work hard to recover. But if you can help, please do.

Ah, summer. Sunshine, heat, and tanlines. [Needle scratches the record.] Or, more accurately, the time when outdoor magazine editors chain themselves to the desk to review gear, research photos, and track down skiers in New Zealand or Chile to talk about the upcoming Northern season. Winter’s coming. I can feel it. Here’s a few ski film trailers getting me stoked, brah.

Watch “Into the Mind” from Sherpas Cinema above. Then click on over to "Valhalla" from Sweetgrass Productions and "McConkey" from Red Bull and Matchstick Productions. Then buy your tickets, folks—they’ll go fast.

The Summer 2013 issue of Mountain magazine, served hot off the press. Think the cover photo is good looking? Wait until you see the glossy, full bleed, beautiful photos inside. (And find out how Lee Cohen got the cover here.) And there’s plenty of mountain reads inside—this is our longform celebration of high country advnture. (See the full table of contents here.) Check it out on iTunes, or visit Whole Foods, Barnes & Noble, EMS, Gander Mountain, and other outdoor and natural food stores to pick up your copy.

The Summer 2013 issue of Mountain magazine, served hot off the press. Think the cover photo is good looking? Wait until you see the glossy, full bleed, beautiful photos inside. (And find out how Lee Cohen got the cover here.) And there’s plenty of mountain reads inside—this is our longform celebration of high country advnture. (See the full table of contents here.) Check it out on iTunes, or visit Whole Foods, Barnes & Noble, EMS, Gander Mountain, and other outdoor and natural food stores to pick up your copy.