As shoulder season winds down in southwest Montana, Outlaw Partners’ media is ramping up. In addition to EBS, two new editions of the publishing company’s periodicals have taken to newsstands.
The summer 2016 issue of Mountain Outlaw magazine, Outlaw Partners’ flagship biannual publication, arrives in Big Sky on June 3 and will be available around the region during the coming weeks.
The second volume of Explore Yellowstone is also en route to magazine racks and businesses in the area. The annual guide to the nation’s first national park, Explore Yellowstone is currently being distributed throughout Big Sky, Bozeman and the four corners of the park.
Both full-glossy pubs are packed with insider information from around the region and beyond.
Billed as “Exploring life, land and culture from the heart of the Yellowstone region,” Mountain Outlaw magazine features content ranging from in-depth journalism to shorter “reports” and “tales,” as well as recipes and stunning photography.
In the summer edition, you’ll read about the future of fossil fuels in Montana and around the nation, Yellowstone National Park’s No. 1 guardian, world travel, and the fate of one man who auditioned to be a mythical ocean creature.
“It’s Powder magazine meets Rolling Stone,” said one reader describing Mountain Outlaw.
Distributed in Montana, throughout the Greater Yellowstone region and the Rocky Mountain West, and mailed to subscribers in all 50 states, Mountain Outlaw will give you a fresh perspective on the part of the world we call home.
For a comprehensive guide to Yellowstone, look no further than Explore Yellowstone.
The full-color glossy thrusts readers into America’s first national park, and this year, the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service, Explore Yellowstone will introduce you to the people, wildlife and landscapes that make this place one of the most-visited parks in the national system.
With a distribution emphasis on southwest Montana and the communities in Yellowstone’s four gateway towns—Gardiner and West Yellowstone, Mont.; as well as Jackson and Cody, Wyo.—track down your copy today.
As summer breaks the horizon, we hope you’ll pick up these new publications and read about the spectacular places we explore. And we look forward to hearing your feedback.
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