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. […]

Moon Montana & Wyoming

Freelance writer and editor Carter G. Walker introduces you to the best of Montana and Wyoming, from the towering pines of Montana’s Glacier Country to the art scene and high style of Jackson Hole and Cody. A longtime resident of Montana, Walker has plenty of unique trip ideas to offer, including a Seven-Day Glacier Road […]

Sunset on Lake McDonald.

Exploring Lake McDonald Valley

Lake McDonald Valley has all the earmarks of glacial action—it’s long, straight, and U-shaped—and offers a host of great recreational opportunities, from camping to biking to horseback riding. Read on to plan your trip to the home of the famous Going-to-the-Sun Road.

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 cyclist dressed warmly rides across a pathway built low over a creek.

Trails and Resources for Bicycling in Denver

The Cherry Creek Bike Path and Platte River Greenway are the main activity paths within Denver, but each extends beyond the county lines with offshoots to many other popular paths for bicycling. Author Mindy Sink points cyclists toward three popular Denver city trails and also shares useful resources for biking in Colorado.