Flathead Living Magazine


Winter Highs and Lows

Whether they’re frightful or delightful, Montana’s record-setting winters have always given us plenty to talk about


Meet the Chef: Jeremy Grossman

A conversation with the executive chef behind numerous restaurants spanning the Flathead Valley, including Abruzzo Italian Kitchen in Whitefish and Dusty Star Saloon in Kalispell


The Vikings of Blacktail Mountain

Twin brothers Nick and Andy Bertrand are local builders, carvers and Norse enthusiasts who recently began their lifetime project — bringing an immersive Viking experience to the Flathead Valley


Review: ‘True West’

In ‘True West,’ Betsy Gaines Quammen separates what’s myth and material in the West


A Model Avalanche Center

Flathead Avalanche is celebrating its 10th anniversary this winter with more forecasters, events and educational programming than ever before as snow safety advocates reflect on its evolution that began in the Flathead Valley more than four decades ago


Mosh in the Mountains

The Gray Goo, an ensemble of local, classically trained noise-rock afficionados, riffs on everything from funk to punk to psychedelic rock as they create a dark and doom-y soundscape that’s resonating with audiences of all stripes in northwest Montana


Winter Camp

Embrace the elements in style as the cold winter months arrive in northwest Montana


Above the Clouds

In the depths of a Flathead Valley winter, light is life. And in those darkest months, it often feels as though light is at a premium.

48 Degrees North

The Warm Embrace of Flathead Valley Coffee

When it's below freezing, warm ambience and a homely fireplace matter just as much as a drink’s delicious taste. Here are five cozy coffee shops across the valley to thaw out at.

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