weekender, trips, Gardiner, Livingston
David Tucker
A world away, close to home. Fifty-four miles: that’s the distance between Gardiner and Livingston—and that short distance holds limitless adventure. But how do you distill all those options into a single weekend? I’m glad you asked. Read more >>
Mill Creek, Paradise Valley, Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness
David Tucker
Relief from the heat on Mill Creek. It’s hot. Our house doesn’t have A/C and the weekend forecast calls for unpleasantly high temps. The thermostat hovers around 85 degrees indoors and it feels like our blood is about to boil.It’s time to escape. Read more >>
Harrison, Melynda
Livingston's in-town trails
wood duck, Livingston, Sacajawea Park, Livingston Lagoon
Carol Polich
Sacajawea Park’s winter waterfowl.
Paradise Valley, Road Biking, Emigrant, Livingston
the editors
The trails are covered—time to hit the pavement.  Read more >>
Livingston, Paradise Valley, Montana
Liz Allen
A fresh start over the pass. 
Hell's-A-Roarin' Horse Drive, Paradise Valley
Dehmer, Kurt
Unique opportunities along the Yellowstone.
Devil's Slide, Paradise Valley
Patti Albrecht
Paradise Valley's geologic story.
Jewel Lake, Livingston Montana, Outside Bozeman, Paradise Valley
Slepian, Maggie
Your Livingston-area activity list. If you find yourself in Livingston this spring, don’t plan on much downtime—the historic Western town is full of fun activities for the whole family. Read more >>
Wurtz, Gary
The Hwy. 89 South Bike Path in Livingston will get a much-needed facelift this spring, part of a multi-phase project to eventually extend the trail all the way to Gardiner. Read more >>
Paradise Valley, winter, Outside Bozeman, Montana
Maggie Slepian
The winter wonderland of Paradise Valley.
Slepian, Maggie
Every year, our corner of Montana braces for an endless caravan of RVs parading down toward Yellowstone, stopping in Livingston, Paradise Valley, and Gardiner along the way in vehicular atrocities larger than your house. Read more >>
Maggie Slepian
Pull on your climbing shoes, buckle your life jacket, and saddle your horse: Paradise Valley has all the activities you need to satisfy your outdoor-adventure cravings this spring. With so much to do, you won’t even miss the snow. Read more >>
Dave Reuss
Looking for a new venue for your favorite winter activity? Just head over the hill. Doesn’t matter what blows your hair back—once the snow comes down, you can find it in Paradise Valley. Read more >>
Beaudoin, Kate
Come fall, the hordes of tourists have migrated home, leaving natives with the ice-blue rivers, deep-green junipers, and golden patches of cottonwoods surrounding Paradise Valley all to themselves. Read more >>
Kate Beaudoin
Wednesdays late May – early September Livingston Farmers’ Market, 4:30-7:30pm. Every 4th Friday June-SeptemberLivingston Art Walk, downtown Livingston, 5:30-8:30pm. Read more >>
Harrison, Melynda
If your forehead is feeling warmer than usual, it might just be spring fever. There are a variety of cures for that in Livingston and the surrounding area; here are a few of the best ones.On the River Read more >>
Harrison, Melynda
On a cool morning this past July, nearly 20 sixth and seventh graders from Sleeping Giant Middle School gathered on the Voyich Ranch in Livingston. They faced Fleshman Creek and Park High agriculture education teacher Kevin Fox. Read more >>
McMahon, Amy
The controversy is an old one: ranchers eke out a living doing work that is important and will never be easy. Conservationists do not approve of the pesticides, growth hormones, and environmental issues associated with ranching. There doesn't seem to be much of a common ground. Read more >>
Mike England
It’s easy to extol the virtues of Bozeman’s unequivocally badass back yard—but don’t rave too loudly, lest ye drown out the sweet, seductive song of our wind-scoured neighbor 22 miles to the east. Read more >>
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