Outside Bozeman

Outside Bozeman
Outside Bozeman
Editor-in-Chief Mike England
Frequency Quarterly
Circulation 20,000
Company Outside Media Group
Country United States
Based in Bozeman, Montana

Outside Bozeman is an American magazine geared towards outdoor recreation, conservation, and culture in and around Bozeman, Montana. It was started in 1999 by two Montana State University alumni, Mike England and Jim Harris.[1] It serves as a local’s guidebook to the outdoor lifestyle of southwest Montana.

Originally founded as a semi-annual publication, Outside Bozeman currently publishes quarterly, releasing issues in congruence with each season and its specific outdoor activities. The magazine addresses issues and trends within the active-outdoor-sports community of the northern Rocky Mountains.

Outside Bozeman regularly promotes outdoor recreation, conservation, and active living through community-oriented contests,[2] the most popular of which is How Far Will You Go, [3] where readers take photographs of themselves holding the magazine in distant corners of the globe. Another favorite of local residents is Top Dog,[4] a contest ranking the Bozeman area's best outdoor dog.

Notable contributors include writers Rick Bass, Keith McCafferty, Greg Keeler, Jonathan Weber, Alan Kesselheim, and the late Hans Saari. Notable photographers include Denver Bryan, Gordon Wiltsie, Kris Erickson, Dale Spartas, and Jimmy Chin. Notable interviewees and profiles include climber and mountaineer Conrad Anker, nature and science author David Quammen, Miss Montana and Miss Montana USA pageant winner Brittany Wiser, musician Keller Williams, and travel author Tim Cahill.

Outside Bozeman has an average circulation of 20,000.[5] Mike England is the current editor.

Bozeman company Outside Media Group is the current owner of the magazine.


  1. ^ Marjorie Smith, "Living (and promoting) the Bozeman lifestyle", Collegian [1]
  2. ^ Rich Ledoux, "Outside Bozeman's Top Dog Contest Returns For Its Third Year", Moose Radio [2]
  3. ^ Michael Laris, "Tibet sign costs climber Tibetan trek", The Washington Post, April 30, 2008 [3]
  4. ^ KXLF-TV, "Outside Bozeman's Top Dog Contest" [4]
  5. ^ WolframAlpha Verification Retrieved 10/13

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