Montana TAP-21 - Trail Extension and Pedestrian Safety Project



For more information regarding this Trail Extension project, please contact:


Kristen Galbraith, Project Administrator
PO Box 1821
Livingston, MT 59047
406-222-6555

Or:

Email any project related questions or comments to: Contact

Update 5/30/2017: Work on the project has been completed ! 
The ~ 4,430 linear foot extension to the existing path will begin at the termination of the existing Carters Bridge Bike/Pedestrian Path and utilize the previous railway bed, where possible, to the Old Yellowstone Trail North road located near mile marker 49. The path will cross the Livingston Ditch via a corrugated metal arch pipe and will require base course construction, drainage grading and rock fall protection for ~ 2,100 linear feet. Completion of this multi-use path will provide users the opportunity to travel into Paradise Valley on secondary routes in lieu of using the US Highway 89 shoulder or the narrower East River Road.  

The proposed trail meets goals established by the Park County Parks and Recreation Board including promoting maximum utilization of parks, recreation facilities and programs; enhancing the quality of the leisure life of all county residents through parks and recreation programs and services; and, providing to county residents as wide a variety of recreational opportunities as possible.  


February 3, 2014 Livingston Enterprise - Park County Lands Grant for Bike Trail 

October 30, 2013 Livingston Enterprise - Carter's Bridge Bike/Pedestrian Path

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