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🏔 5 Reasons to Try Mountain Gazette
You appreciate amazing editorial and uncensored journalism
Your coffee table looks like sh*t without our massive 11x17 collectible journal
Our magazine has limited, tasteful advertising
No gear, no resort guides…just incredible storytelling and stunning photography
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💀 5 Reasons Not to Try Mountain Gazette
You f*cking love advertising - little ads, big ads, hidden ads that follow you
You judge the quality of a mountain town by its film festival
You hope your magazine can help you run a marathon (it can’t)
You like tiny articles and crappy photography
You like skimming the same sh*t, written by a new unpaid intern, year after year
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You get a collectible journal for your coffee table.
Not a magazine you throw away on the back of your toilet.
The story of Mountain Gazette from Mike, the publisher of Mountain Gazette. You can tweet at him @skiingrogge.
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@skiingrogge I just opened the package and spent a few minutes flipping through the new episode of The Mountain Gazette. The print quality is 10x better than last episode. The quality is amazing. I can’t wait to sit down later tonight and start reading through it. pic.twitter.com/NayZpS5VtP — Kyle L (@kyleloewen) June 6, 2021
196 arrived today, so that means I will be spending all night reading with my best friend. Mountain Gazette is seriously amazing @skiingrogge pic.twitter.com/Ttp5lVZdRJ— Sydney Farley (@Sydneyfarley13) February 2, 2022
Got my first issue of Mountain Gazette as a subscriber and… I forgot how HUGE these things are! Thanks @skiingrogge !!! pic.twitter.com/0fcMczVWQ3— GRAVEL POLICE (@ruff_rydazz) December 25, 2021
I was so bummed about the loss of @PowderMagazine , but I’m so stoked about the rebirth of Mountain Gazette. This thing is less a magazine, and more a coffee table book (mask for scale). Thanks for bringing it back @skiingrogge pic.twitter.com/SNNBkXG0v6— 𝕎𝕒𝕤𝕒𝕥𝕔𝕙 𝕊𝕟𝕠𝕨 𝔽𝕠𝕣𝕖𝕔𝕒𝕤𝕥 (@WasatchSnow) December 2, 2020
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“MG was always brutally honest and always spoke truth to power, often to the detriment of its bank account,” Fayhee said. “We need that attitude now more than ever. I look forward to seeing that flag raised once again.” Continue reading on ColoradoSun.com 👉
- "Rather than your standard 8″x11″ magazine, MG goes absolutely massive with 11″x17″ pages that are truly jaw-dropping. The print images in this magazine are worth the $60 alone." Continue reading on Unofficial Networks 👉
- "This is not a magazine you pick up and flip through casually in five minutes. It’s meant to live on your coffee table and capture the feelings of a moment in time, to represent a culture of people drawn to the mountains for their own individual reasons." Continue reading on Flylow.com 👉
- "That’s why I was stoked to hear the news that Mike Rogge, former editor of the Ski Journal and the guy who got his career started at Newschoolers.com of all places, had a dream to breathe new life into an old classic: The Mountain Gazette. It’s the place where the Abbeys, Chouinards, and LaChapelles of the mountain world had a space to let loose." Continue reading on TetonGravity.com 👉
- "The 132-page, 11×17-inch magazine features a breadth of subject matter — from a meditation on stargazing, to an interview with Colorado Governor Jared Polis, to an essay titled, “Drinking with a Dead Woman,” about a paranormal encounter at a ski town bar. The editorial mission, as summed up by Rogge, is anything that happens when you step out of your front door." Continue reading on Indie Graf 👉
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