Poetry submissions from Mountain Gazette readers. Click here for Submission Guidelines
It’s not the River Ganges; these are only campfire ashes they’re spreading on the waters
Rivers are the lifeblood of the planet, and the sculptors of mountains.
Desert rendezvous, westbound; destination Pacific Ocean.
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Reviews of “The Straight Course: Speed Skiing in the Sixties,” “Fred Beckey’s 100 Favorite North American Climbs,” and “The Pacific Crest Trailside Reader: Oregon and Washington” books.
Moonlight Chronicles for Mountain Gazette #187
Cars and trucks may be the vehicles, but music is what gets us there.
All I know is that, from that moment forward, I chose to spend the extra fifty cents on each bottle of Belikin Premium, and the ship, as they say, was righted.
Reviews of “The Challenge of Rainier,” “The Man Who Quit Money,” and the “Tour de Fat Photo Book.”
Moonlight Chronicles for Mountain Gazette #186
His name was Bear, he had a displaced hip, and was about twelve or fourteen when he was shot by the Telluride town marshal.
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