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Our Guidebook

Debbie

Our Guidebook

My favorite restaurants
There are several dining options all within 10 minutes of here. Whether you want fine dining or wanna go real casual, there are options for every taste & budget
Great dining in the main dining room or at the bar. Reservations are a MUST in the dining room! They also serve a casual menu in the Saloon bar & at the poolside grill. NOTE: The pool is currently closed to the general public because of Covid-19 :(
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Chico Hot Springs Resort & Day Spa
163 Chico Road
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Great dining in the main dining room or at the bar. Reservations are a MUST in the dining room! They also serve a casual menu in the Saloon bar & at the poolside grill. NOTE: The pool is currently closed to the general public because of Covid-19 :(
lovely breakfast cafe with a small but delicious menu
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Wild Flour Bakery & Cafe
4 Overlook Road
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lovely breakfast cafe with a small but delicious menu
best BBQ in Montana!
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Follow Yer' Nose BBQ
4 Overlook Rd
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best BBQ in Montana!
This upscale resort has 2 dining options: the casual Fireside Room is my personal favourite. I also suggest grabbing a late afternoon cocktail & sitting by the fire ring. The views are spectacular!
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Sage Lodge
55 Sage Lodge Drive
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This upscale resort has 2 dining options: the casual Fireside Room is my personal favourite. I also suggest grabbing a late afternoon cocktail & sitting by the fire ring. The views are spectacular!
The Grill at Yellowstone Valley Lodge.... this restaurant is outstanding... the food... the views... the service! Trust me .... its DELICIOUS! You can book by phone or on the website. The Yellowstone Valley Grill, Route 89, Livingston, MT. Reservations Only! Phone: 406.333.4162 website: https://www.yellowstonevalleylodge.com/dining
Yellowstone Valley Lodge, Ascend Hotel Collection
3840 US-89
The Grill at Yellowstone Valley Lodge.... this restaurant is outstanding... the food... the views... the service! Trust me .... its DELICIOUS! You can book by phone or on the website. The Yellowstone Valley Grill, Route 89, Livingston, MT. Reservations Only! Phone: 406.333.4162 website: https://www.yellowstonevalleylodge.com/dining
Neighborhoods
Great little Western town with a lively arts scene & a cowboy vibe! 30 minutes north of the cabin Definitely try and spend a whole day here. There are fun shops & great thrifting, funky old school bars, a couple of fun restaurants. Historic, fun town. They say "it is a drinking town with a wind problem!". Known for hurricane force winds at any time of the year!
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Livingston
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Great little Western town with a lively arts scene & a cowboy vibe! 30 minutes north of the cabin Definitely try and spend a whole day here. There are fun shops & great thrifting, funky old school bars, a couple of fun restaurants. Historic, fun town. They say "it is a drinking town with a wind problem!". Known for hurricane force winds at any time of the year!
Hiking
Always carry BEAR SPRAY & know how to use it!
Length: 1.2 miles round-trip Duration: 30 minutes Difficulty: Easy Elevation Gain: 250 feet Activities: Hiking, mountain biking, trail running, cross-country skiing Crowds: Heavy traffic About Palisade Falls is located south of Bozeman in the Hyalite Recreation Area, just beyond the reservoir. The trail begins at the East Fork of Hyalite Creek, then follows a tributary for approximately half a mile to a bridge fronting the falls. Palisade Falls is a towering cataract dropping more than 80 feet off a vertical rock wall at the southern base of Palisade Mountain. The trail is wheelchair- and stroller-accessible, mostly paved, and features picnic tables at the trailhead. Seasonal Conditions This is a great, easy trail during the heat of summer, when the falls and dense forest keep hikers, bikers, and runners cool. The trail can get slick during winter, but good traction or a pair of cross-country skis make for an easy winter outing.
Palisade Falls Picnic Area
Length: 1.2 miles round-trip Duration: 30 minutes Difficulty: Easy Elevation Gain: 250 feet Activities: Hiking, mountain biking, trail running, cross-country skiing Crowds: Heavy traffic About Palisade Falls is located south of Bozeman in the Hyalite Recreation Area, just beyond the reservoir. The trail begins at the East Fork of Hyalite Creek, then follows a tributary for approximately half a mile to a bridge fronting the falls. Palisade Falls is a towering cataract dropping more than 80 feet off a vertical rock wall at the southern base of Palisade Mountain. The trail is wheelchair- and stroller-accessible, mostly paved, and features picnic tables at the trailhead. Seasonal Conditions This is a great, easy trail during the heat of summer, when the falls and dense forest keep hikers, bikers, and runners cool. The trail can get slick during winter, but good traction or a pair of cross-country skis make for an easy winter outing.
easy to moderate. 1.25 miles uphill to the falls through pines
Pine Creek Falls
easy to moderate. 1.25 miles uphill to the falls through pines
Length: 10 miles (round-trip) Duration: 6 hours Difficulty: Moderate to difficult (very difficult in snow and mud) Elevation Gain: 3,400 feet Activities: Hiking, backpacking Crowds: Moderate traffic About Pine Creek Lake is set in a huge glacial cirque below the north slope of Black Mountain. The trail to the lake is well-defined and meanders through forest en route to the base of Pine Creek Falls. Past the falls, the trail becomes steep and strenuous, continuing past a series of smaller waterfalls and two small lakes before reaching Pine Creek Lake, where great views and a well-earned rest await. If you're feeling frisky, head on up another two miles and 1,800 vertical feet to Black Mountain for incredible views of Paradise Valley and the Beartooth Plateau. NOTE: Black mountain is only for very experienced adventurers! Very steep with loose rocks. rock climbing experience suggested if you want to summit black mountain
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Pine Creek Lake Trailhead
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Length: 10 miles (round-trip) Duration: 6 hours Difficulty: Moderate to difficult (very difficult in snow and mud) Elevation Gain: 3,400 feet Activities: Hiking, backpacking Crowds: Moderate traffic About Pine Creek Lake is set in a huge glacial cirque below the north slope of Black Mountain. The trail to the lake is well-defined and meanders through forest en route to the base of Pine Creek Falls. Past the falls, the trail becomes steep and strenuous, continuing past a series of smaller waterfalls and two small lakes before reaching Pine Creek Lake, where great views and a well-earned rest await. If you're feeling frisky, head on up another two miles and 1,800 vertical feet to Black Mountain for incredible views of Paradise Valley and the Beartooth Plateau. NOTE: Black mountain is only for very experienced adventurers! Very steep with loose rocks. rock climbing experience suggested if you want to summit black mountain
Sightseeing
A beautiful drive which is just half an hour from the cabin. One of my favourite areas in the valley. There is a large population of grizzlies in this area. Bring binoculars and patience! watch this video to get some idea of what you may see.... https://youtu.be/6BtDKtIan1k Take bear spray on all hikes in montana!
Tom Miner Basin
A beautiful drive which is just half an hour from the cabin. One of my favourite areas in the valley. There is a large population of grizzlies in this area. Bring binoculars and patience! watch this video to get some idea of what you may see.... https://youtu.be/6BtDKtIan1k Take bear spray on all hikes in montana!
Another great drive to get you off the beaten path..... you can pick this up near the cabin & it will take you on the most gorgeous drive practically all the way to Bozeman if you head north & all the way to tom miner basin if you follow it south.... Driving down Old Yellowstone Trail N reminds you that you are on the backroads of Montana and it is ok to slow down and enjoy the views. Sheep ranches, cattle ranches, and birds of prey greet you as you make your way to this property. Seasonal ditch water keeps the large trees growing that provide great bird habitat. A lil' bit of history: The Yellowstone Trail was the first transcontinental automobile highway through the upper tier of states in the United States, established on May 23, 1912. It was an Auto Trail that ran from the Atlantic Ocean in Plymouth, Massachusetts, through Montana to Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming, to the Pacific Ocean in Seattle, Washington.The road slogan was "A Good Road from Plymouth Rock to Puget Sound".
Old Yellowstone Trail North Road
Another great drive to get you off the beaten path..... you can pick this up near the cabin & it will take you on the most gorgeous drive practically all the way to Bozeman if you head north & all the way to tom miner basin if you follow it south.... Driving down Old Yellowstone Trail N reminds you that you are on the backroads of Montana and it is ok to slow down and enjoy the views. Sheep ranches, cattle ranches, and birds of prey greet you as you make your way to this property. Seasonal ditch water keeps the large trees growing that provide great bird habitat. A lil' bit of history: The Yellowstone Trail was the first transcontinental automobile highway through the upper tier of states in the United States, established on May 23, 1912. It was an Auto Trail that ran from the Atlantic Ocean in Plymouth, Massachusetts, through Montana to Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming, to the Pacific Ocean in Seattle, Washington.The road slogan was "A Good Road from Plymouth Rock to Puget Sound".