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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 for wildlife and birds, especially in the wetland areas and by the two small lakes ringed in trees that the trail passes as it approaches its western terminus. You might see red-winged blackbirds, chickadees, mallards, deer, and beavers. The trail also runs between Jack Weimer Memorial Park and Mountain View Cemetery.
For a longer outing, head east from the trail's east end only a short distance along quiet city roads to reach the Northside Soccer Fields and Livingston’s Bitterroot Trail.
The east end of the trail begins adjacent to Jack Weimer Memorial Park on Northern Lights Road.
Location: Livingston, MT
Trail Condition: Gravel/natural surface. Grass has been recently mowed. Gravel path is narrow but generally smooth.
Signage: None really.
Comments: This trail goes from the edge of town slight uphill through the grasslands and ends at a muddy parking lot. While not long the trail condition and how it winds through the grassland makes it fun. Good views back to the mountains and town below. Combine this with the Bitterroot Trail for a little longer adventure. A gravel path goes from this trailhead to the east up a small hill to Northside Park & Soccer Field, pass through the park and connect with the very short Bitterroot Trail.
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