Outlaw releases new Yellowstone guide
By Joseph T. O’Connor EBS Managing Editor
In an effort to bring southwest Montana locals and visitors closer to the nation’s first national park this summer, Outlaw Partners is releasing “Explore Yellowstone,” a full-color, glossy-covered guide to what Theodore Roosevelt once called “The best looking country on earth.”
Complete with park news, tips, history, a wildlife-viewing guide and a kids’ page, “Explore Yellowstone” will give you more than just the beta you need to navigate this vast and colorful ecosystem.
Articles and beautiful photography compiled by Outlaw staff tell some of the amazing stories you’ll read including how to hike Electric Peak; the wonders of fishing in Yellowstone; and an explanation about what gives the park’s thermal springs their brilliant color.
“In our five years as a media company, we’ve published dozens of original stories about Yellowstone National Park,” said Senior Editor Tyler Allen. “This new publication is a way to guide our readers through the park and its gateway communities with compelling stories and our unique insight into the Yellowstone region.”
The media and marketing company is located just 26 miles from the park boundary, and some Outlaws have been in the area for decades. The team frequently visits the park and solicits contributing writers from around the Greater Yellowstone to submit articles for each of the company’s three publications: “Mountain Outlaw” magazine, the “Explore Big Sky” newspaper, and “Explore Yellowstone.”
A comprehensive business directory at the end of the guide will lead readers to area lodging options, restaurants, grocery stores, fishing outfitters, and more. Look for the publication in early June in businesses around the park, in gateway communities including Big Sky, Bozeman, Gardiner, and Red Lodge, as well as in Cody and Jackson, Wyo.
Join us this summer to take in some of the finest country America has to offer, and explore Yellowstone.
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