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Come explore all that Livingston has to offer when temperatures drop.  There's no limit to how much fun you can have from XC skiing, snowshoeing Yellowstone,

or exploring history and the Downtown arts, shopping and dining scene!

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Get Inspired
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Livingston is an historic train town that's been revitalized by the arts. It is nestled along the majestic Yellowstone River surrounded by four stunning mountain ranges. It's an ideal home base for trips to Yellowstone National Park (just 55 miles away) and is conveniently located between Bozeman and Billings.

Eat & Drink

A foodie paradise after a long day of playing in the snow. Choose from farm-to-table restaurants and markets with vegan options, fine dining, ethnic foods, rustic steakhouses, sushi and seafood, gourmet wine shops and a regional beer store, vintage burger joints, traditional cafes, European style bakeries, and plenty of coffee shops, bars, and two breweries.

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Livingston is the playground for cowboys and ranchers, movie stars and musicians, writers and artists. Visitors, locals, and legends are treated to the same casual, small-town friendliness.

Seize The Day

Go beyond Yellowstone to access wild and scenic places off the beaten path year-round from Livingston including hundreds of miles of Forest Service trails accessible from several dozen trailheads, fourteen fishing access sites, and Bridger Bowl ski resort; all under an hour drive. We're also the historic and year-round gateway to Yellowstone National Park, a beautiful 55 mile drive through legendary Paradise Valley alongside the Yellowstone River between the Absaroka and Gallatin Mountain Ranges.


Explore the Winter Wonderland in Livingston, MT

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