Category Archives: Newsletters 2013-2014

archived newsletters

November – December 2014 Newsletter

The final 2014 edition of Rocky Mountain Outdoors is ready to download. Read about next year’s conference in Ouray, Colorado, including lodging options. The regulars are also here: a Jaunt into Valle Vidal in northern NM; why not to use those big words you love when writing; and the president’s way of dealing with the mounds of family photos from back before the advent of digital.

May – June 2014 Newsletter

Grizzly Bear

Grizzly Bear by Frank Zurey
Hon. Mention, Fauna, 2009 Contest

The third edition of Rocky Mountain Outdoors 2014 is ready to download. In addition to the usuals, there’s info about what you should bring to conference, a good bear story from Jack Wendleton, plus an article about shrinking glaciers in Glacier NP.

March – April 2014 Newsletter

Photo Art by Jon Sheppard

Photo Art by Jon Sheppard

The second edition of Rocky Mountain Outdoors 2014 is ready to download. In addition to our regular columnists, you’ll find a review of Mary Taylor Young’s latest book: Rocky Mountain National Park, The First 100 Years plus Maryann Gaug’s suggestions for revving up for Conference 2014 in Glacier.

January – February 2014 Newsletter

St. Mary Falls, Glacier National Park - by Jack Olson

St. Mary Falls, Glacier National Park – by Jack Olson

The first edition of Rocky Mountain Outdoors 2014 is ready to download. It contains more conference information, an announcement from Buck Knives, and of course our favorite columns: Jack’s Jaunts, words of wisdom from our president, and the Writer’s Corner.

September – October 2013 newsletter

Lake McDonald is the largest in the park at 10 miles long and 472 ft. deep. It’s estimated the glacier that carved this valley was around 2200 ft. thick.

Lake McDonald is the largest in the park at
10 miles long and 472 ft. deep. It’s estimated
the glacier that carved this valley was around 2200 ft. thick. – by Kent Owings

The fifth edition of Rocky Mountain Outdoors for 2013 is ready to download. Read about our upcoming conference venue, the 2013 Scott-McKenna Scholarship Award winner, membership news, and regular features.

May – June 2013 newsletter

Mt. Gould from trail to Grinnell Glacie

Mt. Gould from trail to
Grinnell Glacier – by Jack Olson

The third edition of Rocky Mountain Outdoors for 2013 is ready to download. New in this edition is Jack Olsen’s homage to Glacier National Park, Virginia Staats’ timely article about the power of punctuation, and Al Perry’s tips for photographing the northern lights.