About the Mountain Gazette
Media, especially outdoor media, is broken. The old advertising model is dead, the new way of delivering content is too reliant on affiliate sales and pay-to-play gear reviews. Nobody writes stories about the joy of going outside. Nobody is interested in stories about how people live, work, and play outside. Nobody, that is, except for those us working here at Mountain Gazette. Through social media, podcasts, email, and, yes, print, Mountain Gazette aims to deliver tales straight from the hearts of mountain town people to your inbox, feed, and mailbox.
Take home the vintage cover art of Mountain Gazette. These timeless covers are printed by our friends at Color Group in Seattle, Washington, and fit the four most popular frame sizes available at most retailers. Who are we to tell you what frame to pick?
Digital Feature 001
Several months ago in the back of a sold out Tahoe Art Haus film screening I watched my friend, professional skier Drew Petersen, premiere a film that shook the audience to their core. In the film, which I implore you to watch before reading this interview, Drew lays it all on the line, a feat not uncommon in ski films, but unique in that he opens up about his struggles with mental health. At the end of the film, Drew received a standing ovation...