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Harman is the executive chef and owner of Fieldhouse, a farm-to-table bistro that opened in 2012.
Back then this shopping district was a cen-ter of commerce for ranchers who traveled from hundreds of miles away.Jim Huertas, 46, opened Prohibition Brotique and Barbershoppe in 2014, offering custom suits, haircuts, and straight-razor shaves.“I don’t think I could’ve done this ten years ago,” he says.The hills to the northwest are a playground for climbers, trail runners, and mountain bikers, and Yellowstone National Park is less than three hours away.Better yet, it’s all substantially more affordable than already discovered Montana adventure hubs like Missoula and Bozeman—the median house price in Billings is still under $200,000.For all the challenges, though, Jackson is a hard place to leave.
“I’m a classic example of that,” says Nat Patridge, 45, co-owner of Exum Mountain Guides, a local institution.
You have to go out and find it.” One morning in June, we got up early to ride the High Line, a sprawling cross-country network in the rimrock, where we flushed cottontails and jackrabbits and narrowly missed a rattlesnake sunning on the trail.
“The best part of the High Line is that you see almost nothing of the city,” Kosovich says.
When it comes to fitting you for a cowboy hat, the gals at Taubert’s Ranch Outfitters have two ways to go about it.
If the hat is a little tight, they’ll point out, your head will stretch it over time.
“We used to say, ‘You can tell when you get to Montana, because people wave at you on the two-lane roads,’ and that’s still true today.” Billings is only a stone’s throw from the Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness area, one of the largest in the country and home to Granite Peak, Montana’s tallest at 12,807 feet.