Mountain Gazette Gift Subscription

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Mountain Gazette

Mountain Gazette Gift Subscription

"Each issue is more coffee table book than magazine."

Regular price $70.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $70.00 USD
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Purchase + Get Current Issue

Add the current issue of Mountain Gazette for an extra $35 while supplies last.

Give the gift of a Mountain Gazette magazine subscription! 

A Mountain Gazette gift subscription guarantees you receive our two issues (1 year), delivered right to your door or PO Box, in the spring and fall seasons.

Our magazines do not appear on newsstands. Subscribe today and get Mountain Gazette 199, the spring 2023 issue.

  • bi-annual (two-per year)
  • 11x17 - that's nearly two feet wide when opened
  • long-form stories, essays, and poetry capturing mountain town culture 
  • stunning, large format photography
  • Authentic voices from the mountains 
  • 132+ pages with limited, thoughtful advertising


"Mountain Gazette is not just bringing back a magazine, but an ethos." - Jason Blevins, Colorado Sun

"Mountain Gazette is back! And That's Awesome For Outdoor Journalism!" 

- Max Ritter, Teton Gravity Research

"Mountain Gazette’s 194th issue is remarkable. 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."

-Matt Loreli, Unofficial Networks

"Thanks assholes. It's so big I need to buy new furniture! This thing is beautiful." 

-David Amirault, digital media enthusiast, Utah 

11" x 17"

The first thing that people say when they see our mag is, "this thing is HUGE!" At nearly two feet wide when opened, each issue of Mountain Gazette offers a uniquely immersive experience. Size matters.


130+ pages per issue

Every issue comes fully loaded with enough content to keep you opening old issues for years. These are collectors items.


Meaningful Partnerships > Advertising

The old magazine model - absurdly cheap subscriptions packed with more ads than articles - died for a reason. Mountain Gazette works with a small hand-picked selection of advertisers who produce engaging content.


Large format photography

You actually get to see the cracks in the crags, the snow on the peaks, the pupils on peoples' eyes, and in one case you actually see a man's testicles as he is about to hit a jump (sorry about that).