This can be an in-between season in Montana. Most open-water fishing has wound down and the ice season is just getting started. Hundreds of hunting tags have already been filled. Ski hills are open on only the earliest runs. But its not too early for an arctic blast that hurts your face when you go outside.
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At 10,289 feet in elevation, Ramshorn Peak doesn’t claim lofty status in Montana, but the view from the peak in the Gallatin Range is undeniably remarkable.
LEWISTOWN — Conversion of old railroad tracks has led to 20 miles of walking and biking trails around this picturesque central Montana town. Much of the trail miles border Spring Creek, creating access for anglers and bird watchers, as well.
LIVINGSTON — The Absaroka Mountains offer a pleasant view to the southeast while the Yellowstone River rambles to the west at Myers’ River View Trail.
Buttery bright yellow glacier lilies were in full blown bloom last week on the Chestnut Mountain Trail east of Bozeman.
Hugging the banks of the Clark Fork River just off the southern exit to Deer Lodge from Interstate 90 (Exit 187) is 85-acre Arrowstone Park.
Swords Park, a 60-acre strip between the Billings Rimrocks and Highway 3, provides a great walking, biking, jogging, scooter and rollerblading route. Along the wide asphalt trail, trekkers can take in the views of the city, Yellowstone Valley and the Beartooth and Pryor Mountains.
A family ranch in the middle of the Rocky Mountain Front’s prime grizzly bear habitat has signed up for a conservation easement to help keep t…