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Mount Blackmore, Hyalite
Naming Mount Blackmore. At 10,154 feet, Mount Blackmore looms high above Bozeman on the southern horizon. Anyone who has lived in town for more than a few weeks can point to the peak, but few know how the mountain got its name.In the summer of 1872, a wealthy English couple arrived in Bozeman on their way to Yellowstone from Helena. William and...
Yellowstone Park, Fall Backpacking
Searching for memories in Yellowstone. It was a low hum, intermittent and close by. Trying not to rustle my sleeping bag, I lifted my head, turning in the direction of the sound next to the tent.A twig snapped. Then, a footfall, or was it just snow falling from the big pine under which we’d pitched our tent? Another muffled thud, another hum,...
Kammok Wallaby Hammock
For an impromptu spike camp on early-season elk hunts, you can’t beat the Wallaby hammock by Kammok. At a wispy ten ounces and stuffing down to the size of an apple, you won’t even know you’re carrying it—until you find yourself deep in the woods at sunset, a huge bull bugling away. Set up the Wallaby and spend the night in comfort, ready for...



Sep 19th, Sep 26th
Location: Bogert Park, BozemanTime: 5-8pm Cost: FREEDetails: Join food and live music while shopping local. Details here. 
Sep 19th
Location: Dee-O-Gee Downtown, 424 E. MainCost: FREEDetails: Dog lovers unite for Dee-O-Gee's Tails & Trails group dog hikes, led by Dee-O-Gee staff. Refreshments provided at Dee-O-Gee Downtown after each hike. 10% discount at Dee-O-Gee after hike as well—20% discount if you bring a friend! 
Sep 20th
Location:  Sacajawea Park Band Shell, 229 River Drive, Livingston, MT  59047Time: 4:30-7:30 pmCost: FreeDetails: WSE’s Livingston Farmers Market features locally grown produce and meat, baked goods, prepared foods, beer, and arts, crafts, jewelry, and music. 

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