About

Here & There is a newsletter and creative studio focused on exploring interesting locales, sharing insights, and educating readers on various topics related to the outdoors and travel. I'm always striving to bring subscribers a level of depth and quality that they might not find in other outdoor media outlets.

In 2024, Here & There joined Mountain Gazette, a beautiful, bi-annual magazine focused on the best stories in outdoor culture. H&T is now Mountain Gazette's weekly Thursday newsletter.

I'm Kyle Frost, a designer who's spent over a decade building startups and moonlighting as a photographer and writer. Over the years I've had the opportunity to work with a wide range of brands, destinations, and publications in the outdoor and travel spaces.

Question? Comments? Interested in working together? Shoot an email to kyle.frost@mountaingazette.com

"This is one of the few newsletters on the web that isn't shilling some product, or acting as a thinly veiled self-promotion hustle.  When Here & There lands in my inbox I know I'll end up captivated by something I didn't know existed, or be more well-informed on something topical. Plus, having a light sprinkling of travel eye-candy always helps."

Alex N.

"Mainly, I really dig the way you approach things. The writing and journalism on Here & There is a breath of fresh air in a world drowning in clickbait and short, inflammatory articles. Always appreciate getting a new one in my inbox."

Carl M.

"Kyle pays attention to all of the outdoor news that a better version of yourself would make time to read and think about on your own. Here & There is a great way to stay in touch with the outdoor community and provides an engaging venue for discourse and sanity in otherwise tumultuous times."

Jeff G.

"Here & There inspires me to travel and makes me think about issues and topics that I wasn't tuned into before. It's always engaging and varied in a way that keeps things interesting!"

Kelly G.

"I subscribed because it's something different, not just listicles and ads. It's cool that it goes more in-depth on things I normally wouldn't think about."

Anon

"It's hard to weed through all the information out there. I like how the posts dive into detail with analysis on information I don't really see in other media outlets."

Lilah K.

"I think the biggest thing that draws me into Here & There are the takes on bigger issues from a perspective that feels more relatable. It's a nice outlet to read about things happening around the outdoor space from a lens that isn't constantly trying to sell me a jacket"

Kody K.