TrailGroove Magazine

TrailGroove is a new (beginning of this year) magazine devoted to backpacking and wilderness travel. They do high quality writing and photography on a variety of subjects, available for free viewing in an e-mag format. I wrote a piece on off trail hiking, both in Glacier and generally, for their latest issue. You can read it here.

7 thoughts on “TrailGroove Magazine

  1. Really enjoying your comments on off-trail travel. That’s already a high priority for this upcoming season–both as an increase in fitness and in navigation skills.

    Now if it would just snow instead of keeping us in between everything.

  2. Another well written and informative article. I’ve been checking out Trailgroove as each issue is released and was happy to see your story. It’s an especially good place for your articles because of the size and resolution of photos. The quote from Bruce Berger on first page of story was very thought-provoking. You are making a lot of us want to go to Montana.

  3. You’re still on probation Smokes, tread lightly. You can make as many different gmails as you like..

    There is an argument to be made here, but I’ve always found this side to be absurd. Any perceived crowding only occurs a certain amount of effort from the road. This does not correlate with distance, but the reach tends to be longer in summer. If you’re lazy enough or lack vision and are thus prevented from getting beyond the hungry hordes, I have no sympathy. There’s solitude to be had in the ‘Dacks, Smokies (!), and CO mountains any day of the year, all places with exponentially more people than even Gunsight Lake in August.

    If you don’t like what I or others have to say on a subject, either get there first or sit down.

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