Livingston Winter Recreation
Bridger Bowl, located approximately 30 miles northwest of Livingston, open from mid-December to mid-April offers a PSIA member ski school the Eagle Mount program for disabled skiers, a day care center, rental equipment, food service and special activities. Also, there is the scenic ski resort of Big Sky. You'll find Big Sky's location sandwiched between Yellowstone National Park and wilderness. It is 46 miles south of Bozeman, on exit #298. Big Sky offers a day care center, ski school, and equipment rentals that are of the latest style in skiing. Big Sky is a resort, as well as a skier paradise. They offer a wide range of accommodations.
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CROSS COUNTRY SKIING
In and around Paradise Valley, the Gallatin National Forest, Livingston Ranger District, offers miles of cross country trails including Suce Creek, Pine Creek, Mill Creek, Chico / White City, and Big Creek. Yellowstone National Park, 53 miles south of Livingston, offers skiers' shuttles and miles of groomed cross country ski trails, along with other winter activities. Winter visitors can drive five miles into Yellowstone to Park Headquarters at Mammoth Hot Springs or to Cooke City and take advantage of the Park's many winter services.
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Hundreds of miles of groomed snowmobile trails and countless more that are ungroomed give this area the distinction of having the nation's most extensive snowmobile trail system. Days could be spent in the splendor of winter and there would still be more to see. Yellowstone National Park and the Beartooth Highway near Cooke City are popular spots for snowmobilers, but countless other spots exist in the Absaroka, Crazy and Gallatin Mountains .
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Wildlife diversity and hunting opportunities are abundant in Montana, and the area surrounding Livingston has more than its fair share. There's something for everyone from those who enjoy hunting a host of big game to the abundant and challenging birds. Elk, deer, moose, antelope, mountain goat, and big horn sheep are some of the game it is legal to hunt in the state. Montana's commitment to wildlife and its conservation is strong, and hunting regulations are strictly enforced. Most sporting goods stores and outfitters have copies of regulations governing game and the hunting season a contact Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks at (406)444-2535.
- content from Livingston Chamber of Commerce