As an outdoors person, having access to the latest information is key not only to the success of your adventure, but also to how much fun you have doing it!  Below are some websites that we hope will allow you to make the best of your upcoming outdoor experience.


Travel and Transportation

Planning to travel for an upcoming hunting, fishing, hiking, or camping trip?  Know the road conditions!  This is extra important in the fall and winter when conditions change rapidly.



The weather in Montana can change rapidly.  Be prepared and check your forecasts before you go.

Outdoor industry pro? Get a sweet deal on published maps!

Stream Flows

As a fly-fisherman, it helps to know the latest stream flow and water temperature so we can plan where to go in order to maximize our success.  Here are some helpful sources of current river conditions across Montana.


Ask OffTheGridMaps to design a custom map for your next outdoor adventure or special event.

Glacier National Park

Glacier National Park is practically right out our back door.  It’s an amazing place to visit, but during the summer months it can get really busy.  How busy?  Try more than 1 million people PER MONTH in July and August.  What does that mean to you?  Get to where you are going early.  That means getting to Logan Pass by 8am to hike the Highline Trail, or getting to the campgrounds early to scoop up a first-come, firs-serve campsite as people are checking out.  We’ve cataloged a few good sites to help you on your next trip.

The best hiking map out there is made by Jake Bramante at  He’s the first documented person to hike all the trails in Glacier National Park in a single season!  I really like his narrative style, ranking of hikes by distance and beauty, the subtle map cartography he uses (like elevation gain), and can now call him a good friend of mine.