By Tyler Allen EBS Senior Editor

The 10th edition of Mountain Outlaw magazine was released in early June and is in the hands of readers throughout the Greater Yellowstone, across the country and around the world.

Our gold Chevrolet Astro van has circled Yellowstone numerous times, distributing Outlaw Partners’ flagship publication to the four corners of the park, where it can be found in hot spots frequented by locals and travelers alike.

More than 20,000 copies of Mountain Outlaw have been distributed to 500 locations in the region – to hotels, chambers of commerce, coffee shops, restaurants, bars, resorts and breweries. The magazine is bedside in 18 hotels in towns and resort communities including Big Sky, Bozeman, West Yellowstone, Red Lodge and Livingston in Montana; and Jackson, Grand Targhee Resort and Cody in Wyoming.

Big Sky vacationers can also find the magazine in hundreds of rental properties, from the meadow to the mountains.

The 124-page, glossy publication is directly mailed to more than 1,500 subscribers in all 50 states and throughout the world – Mountain Outlaw is sitting on coffee tables in Canada, Mexico, France, England, United Arab Emirates and New Zealand.

“Our free publication model allows us to be aggressive with where and who we put the magazine in front of,” said Ersin Ozer, Outlaw’s Media and Events Director. Ozer has spent hundreds of windshield hours, and driven thousands of miles to deliver Mountain Outlaw throughout the Greater Yellowstone.

“The feedback received from regional chambers and visitor centers this summer has been extremely positive,” Ozer said. “Mountain Outlaw has proven to be a publication that’s valuable to locals, and destination visitors from around the world.”

Pick up your copy of Mountain Outlaw today to read intriguing stories from Yellowstone country and beyond. Or download it from Apple’s App Store and carry Mountain Outlaw in your pocket, on any adventure you have planned this summer.

Email or by Sept. 15, to learn about advertising opportunities in this winter’s issue.