Flathead Living Magazine


Ten Years of Two Bear

Serving the Flathead Valley and beyond since 2014, Two Bear Air’s world-class search-and-rescue service and its suite of high-tech equipment has transformed the region into the last best place to get lost and found


Hygge – Togetherness

In harmony with the landscape, the exterior materials were chosen to blend in rather than stand out

48 Degrees North

Outdoor Bars and Breweries for Enjoying Summer

With summer in full force, the Flathead Valley’s favorites bars and breweries are welcoming patrons to enjoy a drink outdoors and take in some of the longest days of the year

48 Degrees North

‘The Arts Helped Save My Life’

The Flathead Youth Home this spring hosted music educator David Simmons and his music intervention program, the UBU Project


Top Trails in the Flathead

Northwest Montana has become a destination for mountain bikers, trail runners and hikers looking to slake their single-track thirst. Here’s the down and dirty on where to find the best ribbons of dirt.


In Search of the Flathead Lake Monster

Sixty-eight years ago, a big fish purportedly caught in the waters of Flathead Lake wowed crowds, sparked a lawsuit that ended up at the Montana Supreme Court and fueled the legend of the elusive Flathead Lake Monster


Gravity-Fed Flow

Shuttle and chairlift accessed mountain bike parks are growing across the northern Rocky Mountains as riders pursue drops, berms and a flowy single-track


Beyond Hungry Horse Dam

South of Hungry Horse is a historic structure and a pristine stretch of forest that sees low visitation


Life and Death in the Swan Valley

Henry and Joan Meyer fell in love with the swan Valley and, to ensure they never have to leave, founded the state’s first natural cemetery

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