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High Summer 2016

Look inside the latest issue of Mountain magazine.




Trails and tips to boost your precious few months of summer ride time, from the classics (Crested Butte, Park City, Sun Valley) to upstart mountain bike destination Saint-Raymond, Québec. Also: Downieville, CaliforniaAscutney, VermontSquamish, British Columbia, and Bellingham, Washington.

Mountain Town Racing

Marc Peruzzi’s ode to the 50-Miler.

Time Tested

Our favorite gear for hot times outside the city, with a special Bike Nerd section and mountain travel gear.

The New Victory Garden

How food innovators and inventors are prepping for a climate-warmed future. Good news: It’ll be tasty. Plus, food-focused entrepreneurs, including Ritual Chocolate, Urban Moonshine, Nuun, Riverbend Malt House, and KivaSun.

Butcher A Hog…

…and make sausage with Denver chef Paul C. Reilly.


Britney White mountain biking in Bellingham, WA | Photograph Grant Gunderson

departments + columns

MTN Voice

Marc Peruzzi fears Orwellian orderliness. His case for do-nothing culture.

MTN Gallery

Summer, stilled. Take a peek.

MTN Report

Melissa Arnot just became the first American woman to summit Everest without oxygen. Kristin Hostetter reports on what makes the 32-year-old so interesting. Plus: Why more ski resorts should install via ferratas, how climate change is stripping the Southwest of its forests, and the bike producer helping Detroit escape its recession.

MTN Lodges

Take in Prohibition Era-vibes and 13,000-foot peaks at The Stanley Hotel in Estes Park, Colorado, visit the cultural hub of mountain biking in Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom, or head to California’s wine country for a Tuscan getaway. Plus, the only place to stay in Québec’s remote Gaspé National Park.

MTN Habitat

How Bend, Oregon, waded through political thickets, entrenched constituencies, and a very sick forest to become one of the few towns prepared for wildfires. Kyle Dickman reports.

MTN Advocate

SOS Outreach takes at-risk kids to new pinnacles, building their confidence, skill sets, and love of wilderness.

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