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Flathead Living Magazine

Sports

From Speed Queen to Head Coach

Olympic skiing silver medalist Hilary Lindh takes the helm as Flathead Valley Ski Education Foundation's head coach and program director at Whitefish Mountain Resort, following a successful career in downhill racing for the U.S. Ski Team

Montana

Creating Pathways to the Wilderness

In her role with the Bob Marshall Wilderness Foundation, Erynn Castellanos aims to make the outdoor community more representative and inclusive by removing barriers

Music

Finding Her Voice

Eureka-based singer songwriter Michelle Rivers is recording her second album, "Chasing Somewhere," this fall while performing a full slate of local shows and connecting with audiences throughout Northwest Montana

Environment

Lighting of the Larch

The grand finale of the fall fireworks show in Northwest Montana includes an appearance from the largest western larch tree in the U.S.

Artist

A Chronicler of Life and Light

Artist Frank Hagel has been chasing light and interpreting history since learning to draw as a child in Kalispell, a journey that has taken him through war and riots, into elevated realms of the national art scene, and back to the Flathead Valley

Dish

The Spot’s Donuts

A year after opening, The Spot is the Flathead Valley’s go-to donut destination

Destinations

Oh, Canada

The northern border is finally open and adventures await

Lifestyle

Autumn Gold

Shiver for the first time on a cool crisp day. Hear the crunch of leaves underfoot as you retire your sandals for thick socks and boots. Seasons change. Summer falls into autumn.

Home

Remodel Revival

Home renovation has been a popular trend amid the influx of newcomers during the pandemic

Culture

‘We’re Not Just Relics of the Past’

Blackfeet Nation leaders promote cultural connection to their sacred landscape through hunting, gathering, horse riding and celebrating the Amskapi Piikani way of life

Destinations

Lake Mary Ronan

Live the lake life away from the bustle of Flathead or Whitefish

48 Degrees North

Glacier Park, 1921

That visitation slump of 1921 would be short lived. The following year, visitation skyrocketed to 23,935, the most in the park’s history at that time.

Lifestyle

Rise and Shine

Feel the warmth of morning sun; hear the songbird’s anthem. Inhale the aroma of a fresh cup of coffee. Activate your senses.

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