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The Weather in Livingston
The above is a climate diagram for Livingston. July is the warmest month of the year in Livingston with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 87°. December is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 17°. The rainiest month is December while the driest month is July.
A Livingston vacation home set between mountains and river
Home to America's longest free-flowing river, the Yellowstone, Livingston is custodian to both natural and artistic resources. Come for the variety of art galleries and charming indie shops along with Yellowstone National Park. Vacation homes here, from cottages to cabins and larger dwellings, are an ideal base to explore the region.
A fresh dining scene in Livingston
Livingston's restaurants are a celebration of local, often organic fare, with a surprising variety of cuisines represented. Fiesta En Jalisco is the go-to place for hearty Mexican fare, while Cajun specialities, Black Angus steaks, and baby-back ribs can be had at Montana’s Rib & Chop House.
2nd Street Bistro, a local favorite, was highlighted on Anthony Bourdain's television series "No Reservations." Coffee aficionados should sample the rich brews at the family-owned Chadz Café.
Community arts and culture
Besides housing permanent exhibits, the Livingston Depot in downtown Livingston also hosts community events aimed at nourishing the Yellowstone Region's visual and performing arts scene. The Yellowstone Gateway Museum provides insight into themes including Native American cultures, historic expeditions, pioneer history, and Yellowstone National Park.
An intriguing collection of literature, art, and angling artifacts sit can be found at the International Federation of Fly Fishers. For performing arts, head to the Shane Center for the Arts or the Blue Slipper Theatre.
Outdoor fun of all kinds
Year-round fishing rewards visitors to Livingston. Go fly fishing and return with some juicy trout you can grill at your vacation home. Climbers can scale the peaks of the surrounding Crazy Mountains, the Absaroka Range, and the Gallatin Mountains. There are numerous trails for hikers, and horseback riding excursions make for adventurous afternoons.
In summer, you can enjoy white water rafting, kayaking, paddle boarding, and relaxed river tubing. Winters are just as exciting, with opportunities for dog sledding, snowboarding, and skiing just a short drive from Livingston, on Montana's snowy peaks.
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