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The People of Yellowstone Country: Paul Robertson, General Manager, Sage Lodge

The stories of those living and working in Yellowstone Country are as interesting and as varied as the landscape. It takes a combination of grit and grace to live in these beloved mountain towns, but you’ll be hard pressed to find someone who doesn’t appreciate the beauty, the people and the...

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Fall Events in Yellowstone Country

Yellowstone Country is known for amazing outdoor adventures, but locals know the cultural scene is well worth exploring, too. Music, theater, food, shopping and revelry span the region. If you’re in the area, we recommend adding a local event to your itinerary; you’ll get a real feel for the...

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Fall in Yellowstone Country

Fall is an especially wonderful time to visit Yellowstone Country. The vibrant colors, crisp autumn air and sparse crowds make it perfect for a leisurely vacation. Below are a few of our favorite fall pastimes; we encourage you to relax, take in a deep breath of our fresh mountain air and enjoy...

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Yesteryear's Traditions, Today's Treasures; Farm Day and Craft Fair!

What do you do when you’re the new kid on the block and want to get to know the community? You a host a big event! 3 years ago Sam Schwennesen and his family moved to Big Timber, Montana, bought an old building on Main Street and opened Big Timber Bakery, serving brick oven pizza, breads and...

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Best Dive Bars for a Beer in Yellowstone Country

Every town has its Cheers—a comfortable spot where everybody knows your name. In Montana, it’s just a bit more rustic. Good, cold beer can be found in our breweries, taverns and restaurants, but to really capture the feel of a town, we suggest finding its best dive bar and bellying up for...

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