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Bitterroot Trail (Livingston)

0.3 miles
The Bitterroot Trail offers a short outdoor excursion in northwestern Livingston, a rural community ringed by distant mountains and situated about 65 miles north of Yellowstone National Park. The gravel trail offers wide open views of Big Sky ...
Gravel

Bozeman Trail Connector

0.8 miles
The Bozeman Trail Connector winds through Livingston’s rural west end for nearly a mile. The firm gravel pathway begins in the Northern Lights subdivision and heads northwest along Fleshman Creek to Fleshman Creek Road. Along the way, look ...
Gravel

Gallagator Linear Trail

1.6 miles
The Gallagator Linear Trail runs diagonally for more than 1.5 miles through the east side of Bozeman. The trail, which has a crushed stone surface for the vast majority of its route but is paved at its north end, is popular with families on ...
Asphalt
Crushed Stone

Headwaters Trail System

8.1 miles
The Headwaters Trail System is a paved network of trails, portions of which run along the former Milwaukee Railroad corridor through the City of Three Forks to Missouri Headwaters State Park. As its name implies, the park contains the origin ...
Asphalt

Highway 89 South Walking and Bike Path

2.7 miles
The Highway 89 South Walking and Bike Path begins south of downtown Livingston and parallels U.S. Highway 89 for nearly 3 miles. Its southern end is adjacent to Carter’s Bridge and the trail is sometimes referred to as the Carter's Bridge Bike/Pedestrian ...
Asphalt

Livingston Depot Center Trail

1.4 miles
The Livingston Depot Center Trail begins at the community's beautifully restored train station, built in 1902 by Northern Pacific Railroad that today houses a railroad museum open Memorial Day through Labor Day. From the depot, the paved ...
Asphalt
Concrete

Myers' River View Trail

0.9 miles
On the northeastern end of Livingston, the Myers' River View Trail parallels the east bank of the beautiful Yellowstone River. The mile-long gravel pathway includes a lookout over the river and offers a nice mix of wooded scenery and open vistas. ...
Gravel

Sacajawea Trail

0.7 miles
The Sacajawea Trail winds along the Yellowstone River in the picturesque mountain town of Livingston. Trailside benches dotting the route allow you to soak up the beautiful views. A highlight of the journey is passage by Sacajawea Park, where ...
Gravel

Story Mill Spur

1.7 miles
The Story Mill Spur is named for Nelson Story, who, in the 1880s, built a flour mill near the East Gallatin River. As mayor of Bozeman, Story was instrumental in convincing the first railroad through Montana to route through Bozeman, because ...
Dirt
Gravel