Embracing past, present and future
Get the VIP treatment with the private dining experience at Antlers at Vail
Properties with top-notch amenities for travelers looking for the ultimate ski vacation home
Discover how your Rocky Mountain skills translate to international riding
Our roundup up of cozy abodes
Awe-inspiring horse-related escapades for the snowy season—the perfect way to enjoy Montana’s magical winter wonderland
A vintage-inspired art series highlights the timeless glamour of Aspen
A 1970s Steamboat bowling alley undergoes a modern overhaul
This Livingston, Montana, shop is not your grandmother’s antique store
Purchase a piece of Powder Mountain with the new neighborhood concepts
Unplug from the outside world in the vintage-chic Silverspace Airstream
A new boutique brings hygge to the mountains
From gourmet food to beer and hot springs, check out these high-country events this season
It's never too early to start planning your spring getaway
3 hotels that offer more than just elegant rooms
3 fun festivals to help remedy the moody winter blues
4 not-to-miss high country races
Your guide to Cupid's holiday in Colorado
A look inside our first issue of 2020
Our Home of the Year issue + the Editor's holiday picks
A look inside our annual Rustic Issue
The new bunk room + a peek inside the August 2019 issue
What's in the Outdoor Issue + a few of our Editor's favorite things
Celebrating 25 years of Mountain Living + our inaugural Legacy Award winners
Beat the crowds of summer, and visit Yellowstone this spring season. You might even catch one of these rare photo ops.
When the sun goes down in late summer and early fall, the sky comes to life with billions of stars.
Use your macro lens to snap up-close-and-personal shots of wildflowers along one of the premiere trails in the National Park System.
No trip to the park is complete without spending a day looking for wildlife in the Many Glacier Valley.
Grab your wide-angle lens, slide on your driving gloves, and get ready to travel one of America's most scenic drives.
All summer long, I watched these small water birds fly in and out of the waterfalls, where they nested and fed.