Flathead Living Magazine


Finding Steven

When Shelley Giebeig first learned of Cliff Doe — one of Flathead County’s only unidentified deaths — she thought she might never learn his true identity. But then a DNA discovery helped crack the decades-old case.


The Way of the Wilderness

The landscape sheds and pathways open. Spring flows into summer with a delicate persistence. Which way through the wilderness?


Glamping Tents

Looking to escape the hustle and bustle of town, this family built a "glamping" camp on the edge of Whitefish


Horseback Healing

The Two Bear Therapeutic Riding Center uses horses to help people. For the people and families that go there, the experience has been a source of joy and comfort.

48 Degrees North

Rebecca Farm gets National Spotlight

The nationally renowned horse farm and equestrian eventing venue is preparing to host not one but two major events in July and August

48 Degrees North

Winold Reiss and the Blackfeet

Of the many pieces of art commissioned by the railroad, Winold Reiss’ portraits remain among the most famous


Keeping the Funk Fresh

20 Grand has survived a revolving door of members, a pandemic and a near breakup. But the band continues to keep the funk alive in the Flathead.


Whatever Floats Your Boat

Northwest Montana is sprinkled with hundreds of lakes, ponds and reservoirs with dozens of them offering public access for paddling adventures


Clean Lines

Inspired by Scandinavian and Japanese aesthetics, Beck & Cap reframes the idea of Montana log furniture


Mint Julep

The mint julep is undeniably embedded in the culture of the American South