Located just 5 miles east of Glacier National Park and 5 miles south of the Canadian Border
Comprised of open parks & glades, pine and aspen forest, and a unique riparian canyon with glacial streams
1.5 miles of Otatso and Kennedy Creek
Hunting for elk, moose, deer, and black bear
A unique inholding of the Blackfeet Indian Reservation with incredible surrounding recreational resources
Significant conservation values and wildlife habitat
Good year round paved access off of Highway 17 (Chief Mtn Highway)
The small town of Babb, Montana is minutes away and offers basic amenities while the resort communities of St. Mary and Many Glacier are a short drive
The town of East Glacier is about a 20 minute drive and is the eastern entrance of “Going to the Sun Road”. This small community boasts shops, restaurants and lodging for tourists visiting Glacier National Park.
Comprised of approximately 3,696 total acres (2,338 deeded; 720 BLM; 638 State of Montana)
Extraordinary trophy big-game hunting for trophy elk, mule deer, and white-tailed deer with several record class animals, including the famed “Phantom Bull”
1 mile of the Tongue River which provides endless fishing opportunities for rainbow trout, walleye, bass, crappie, perch, and northern pike, as well as excellent waterfowl hunting through the fall and early winter season
A well maintained 2,700 sq. ft. custom log home, and several historic yet functional cabins, a horse barn, and a shop
Great water rights capable of irrigating approximately 95 acres, and owner rated at 100-150 animals units
Close proximity to the historic western town of Sheridan, Wyoming, providing commercial air service, fine dining, shopping, arts, and medical facilities
Secluded ranch location yet in proximity to the town of Absarokee and commercial airports in Billings and Bozeman.
Incredible western facing views of the giant Beartooth Mountain Range, the tallest peaks in Montana.
Pristine habitat for a plethora of wildlife and hunting for elk, deer, bear, mountain lion, pronghorn, and a variety of upland birds.
Two miles of Trout Creek meander through the property and provide an intimate and technical fly-fishing setting for brown and brook trout. Trout Creek is a main spawning tributary of the Stillwater River.
The ranch is set in a region filled with public lands and sporting amenities like the famed Stillwater River, Beartooth Wilderness Area, and Red Lodge Ski Area.
Stone and log craftsman style main home, consisting of 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms and 3,750 total square feet.
Restored two-story homestead cabin, oversized garage with apartment, and a large storage barn with upstairs loft accommodations are ideal for additional guests.
Honeymoon cabin situated on a hill top perfect for spotting wildlife.