What To Do This Winter

Ava Malone

With the below zero temperatures, cold wind, and never ending snow, it may seem as if there is nothing to do in and around Livingston this winter. However, our community offers tons of different activities that can be done this winter! Some weekly events that businesses are holding are also an option! If you are a good singer, head down to the 49er every Wednesday night for family karaoke from 7-11pm. The Sage Lodge in Emigrant also holds a “locals night” every Wednesday, with 50% off of all meals. Treat your family to a nice dinner!

For the water lovers, Chico Hot Springs is always a good choice for warming up with a soak in the hot springs, with a nice little dinner afterwards! The prices are $10 for pool admission. The Hot Springs is open from 8a.m to 11 p.m daily. Chico is also now offering Sled Dog Tours, and tours of the Yellowstone Film Ranch. This is a newly built movie production facility right next to Chico! It is an “Old West” themed town. Just south of Emigrant, in Corwin Springs, there is the new Yellowstone Hot Springs as another option for a soak. They are open Wednesday through Sunday, 9am to 9pm. Adults are $12, seniors are $8. 

The slopes are calling your name! On January 13th, it is Bridger Bowl’s 68th Birthday, and they will be offering discounted day tickets. Be sure to get up there and celebrate! Bridger Bowl also offers lessons for all age groups on Saturdays and Sundays. You ski with people in your skill level, along with super talented teachers. 

Our community is full of things to do this winter. Be sure to get outside, get social, or hit the snow this winter. It’s only this beautiful for so many days out of the year, be sure to make the most of it!