Exciting Things to Do in Livingston for Thrill Seekers

THE 5 BEST Extreme Activities & Thrilling Things to Do in Livingston

Exciting Things to Do in Livingston for Thrill Seekers

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  • Hoosier1960
    Indianapolis, IN181 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Four of us hiked this trail mid-morning on Wednesday, 7/26, while staying in the Paradise Valley area. It was a beautiful morning; lower-60's and sunny. For anyone that hikes, this would be considered an easy trail to the lower fall, but for those who don't it would be a moderate. The trailhead had a post that a bear had been spotted the day before, but there were plenty of people on the trail (wouldn't call it crowded at all though) and no scat was seen on our hike; but still bring your bear spray. The trail travels through the woods and can be a bit rocky at times. As another reviewer mentioned, there is one point where you have to walk on rocks across about an 8'-10' wide stream, but it wasn't bad. It's about 40-45 minutes up to the lower fall. At the lower fall there's a little bridge across the stream where the trail continues on to the upper fall and out to the Pike Creek Lake. Be aware that the ~ 1/4 mile hike to the upper fall is pretty steep and a bit more strenuous than what you had to the lower fall, but it was definitely worth it in my opinion! Total hike to the upper fall and back was around 2 hours. Pretty good sized area for parking. Beautiful scenery and hike; highly recommend.
    Written 5 September 2023
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  • Nick J
    4 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    We contacted Chris for a tour of the North of Yellowstone for my wife and I and our 17 year old son. We spent the day with Chuck, who had loads of knowledge of the park and lots of great stories about his time in the area.

    We saw a pack of 5 or 6 wolves (our main reason for coming to the park), as well as bison, pronghorn, elk, coyotes, white tail deer, eagles. Chuck also showed us some great scenery and geothermal features.

    A great trip. Thoroughly recommended. Thank you.
    Written 8 April 2024
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  • Laura D
    2 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Best experience The owners take great pride in their business and have the utmost regard for your safety. The horses are well taken care of and are so gentle.
    Written 9 July 2022
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  • Grace W
    1 contribution
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    My husband and I took a hike-in guided fly fishing trip while on vacation in Yellowstone with David. It was by far our favorite excursion the whole trip! Our guide tailored the trip to our wants and needs perfectly. We enjoyed a beautiful 2 mile hike in to a great fishing spot and saw lots of wildlife along the way. After getting to the Yellowstone River, David gave us a quick tutorial based on our previous knowledge. We caught a beautiful cutthroat trout on the very first cast. We spent a gorgeous day on the river, having both been well attended to. Lunch was provided for us, and our guide got us out just in time for an afternoon shower to roll through. We each caught about 12 trout that day, and David was more than willing to help snap pictures along the way so we could remember this fantastic trip. Would most definitely recommend (the company) to any and all interested in fly fishing while in Yellowstone.
    Written 11 December 2023
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  • Kelsey J
    2 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    This was the highlight of our trip!!!!! My mother and I went to Livingston for a mother-daughter trip. Among other things we wanted to go fly fishing. Neither of us had any experience, but had watched my grandfather enjoy it over his lifetime. We wanted to connect with him, nature and learn the skill and art. Will, our guide, has his work cut out for him. He didn't treat us like a bunch of "silly tourists." He truly taught us the basics, we caught multiple fish, and we had the most fun, beautiful trip down the river. I know these guys will provide serious anglers a phenomenal trip, but I will be forever grateful that they were able to create an exceptional experience for two novices. It was worth every penny....it was priceless!
    Written 11 September 2022
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