Moon Spotlight Yellowstone & Grand Teton Camping

Moon Spotlight Yellowstone & Grand Teton Camping is a 206-page compact guide covering the region’s best campsites, including those along the Gallatin, Madison, and Yellowstone Rivers. Writer, photographer, and naturalist Becky Lomax provides insight on each campsite, including the number of campgrounds, tips on gear selection and maintenance, clothing and footwear suggestions, and camping ethics. […]

The evening sun setting over Glacier National Park.

Bike Glacier National Park in the Spring—Sans Cars

Spring is the best time to visit Glacier National Park on a bicycle. Learn more about where to ride and what you’ll see, including gushing waterfalls, harlequin ducks bobbing on rapids in McDonald Creek, and grizzly bears scrounging for carcasses in avalanche debris.

Moon Montana, Wyoming & Idaho Camping

Outdoors writer-photographer Becky Lomax uses her experience as a skier, hiker, kayaker, and bicycler to capture the adventures of camping in Montana, Wyoming, and Idaho. Lomax provides insight on the picturesque Glacier National Park, the incredible wildlife of Northwest Montana, and the high winds that characterize the Rocky Mountain Front. Moon Montana, Wyoming, & Idaho […]

A narrow hiking path lined with wildflowers above a deep aqua blue lake.

Hiking Essentials for Glacier National Park

Hiking in Glacier demands preparedness. Unpredictable fast-changing weather can mutate a warm summer day into wintry conditions in hours. Outdoors expert Becky Lomax tells you what to bring when hitting the trails in Glacier National Park.

At the edge of a stream, a woman casts a line into the water.

Fishing in Glacier National Park

With 27,023 acres of lakes, 563 streams, and 22 species of fish, Glacier is a place where no angler should sit with a slack line. Only a scant 10 percent of park visitors fish, so those who do typically enjoy calm vistas and a few native trout. Here are a few tips to successfully conquer Glacier’s waters.

A trio of bighorn sheep on a grassy slope with dramatic snow covered mountains behind them.

Wildlife Watching in Glacier: Tips and Hot Spots

With 60 mammal species and more than 260 species of birds, wildlife watchers keep busy in Glacier. Here are the best spots to see everything from grizzly bears to mountain goats, as well as advice to make sure you get the best views and photographs while always staying safe.

Ice and snow cluster around exposed striated rock.

Get Up Close and Personal with Glaciers

Sadly, Glacier National Park’s namesake glaciers are expected to melt away completely within the next 8-18 years. Check out these six must-see glaciers up close while you still can.