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Montana by Dirt: Coming Soon

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Driving Montana's dirt roads; Photograph by Max Lowe

400 Miles From Yellowstone to Glacier

The fourth largest state with one of the lowest populations, Montana—my home base—is still very much a wild and undeveloped place. My friends and I will drive the back roads through the heartland of the state, through countless mountain ranges, along rivers and streams seldom seen by outsiders, and up to the northern border in Glacier National Park. Along the route we’ll climb, kayak, river surf, fish, and bike some of the most pristine and beautiful environments our country has to offer. Would you care to join us?

Explore the “land of  the shining mountains” with Max Lowe, a 25-year-old National Geographic Young Explorer, adventure writer, photographer, and filmmaker. Join Max and his friends as they drive the dirt roads of Montana from Bozeman to Yellowstone up to Missoula and Glacier National Park—and all points in between.

See the story unfold starting here on Tuesday, August 19, 2014.