Buying Land in South Central Montana

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Yellowstone Country

South Central Montana

South Central Montana. Yellowstone Country

South Central Montana is best known for its share of the Yellowstone National Park,which is a patchwork of national forests, scenic drives and historic attractions.
The city of Bozeman lies northwest of Yellowstone in the heart of the beautiful Gallatin Valley and is a favorite for numerous types of recreation. 

Residence

Favorite things to do

Missouri Headwaters State Park, 35 miles northwest of Bozeman, at the confluence of the Madison, Jefferson and Gallatin Rivers, is a favorite location for kayaking and canoeing. 

Tour

Local river guides can organize a tour of some of the historic Lewis and Clark stopping points along the Missouri River.

City of Bozeman

Numerous ski areas pepper the region, which isn’t surprising, since the heart of the Rocky Mountains cuts through this area. Southeast of Bozeman, near the town of Roscoe, the 9,416-foot Red Lodge Mountain commands 1,600 acres of skiable terrain in the Beartooth Mountain Range.
Straddled between the northeast tip of Yellowstone and Red Lodge Mountain, sits Grasshopper Glacier, elevation 11,000, feet named for the millions of grasshoppers embedded in it. Montana’s highest mountain, Granite Peak (el. 12,799), nearby, is proving ground for seasoned mountain climbers. It is considered one of the most difficult mountains to climb in the lower 48.

Great People. Amazing Views. Beautiful Landscapes

Interstate 90 intersects the upper half of the region and a spider web of state roads that are almost as numerous as Montana’s rivers connect with every corner and natural wonder in the region. Camping areas as well as lodges and other accommodations are salted throughout Montana’s south-central area, making it a prime vacation destination.

Cities/Towns

  • Absarokee
  • Belfry
  • Belgrade
  • Big Sky
  • Big Timber
  • Bozeman
  • Boyd
  • Bridger
  • Clyde Park
  • Columbus
  • Cooke City
  • Edgar
  • Emigrant
  • Fromberg
  • Gallatin Gateway
  • Gardiner
  • Joliet
  • Livingston
  • McLeod
  • Norris
  • Pray
  • Red Lodge
  • Roberts
  • Three Forks
  • West Yellowstone
  • Wilsall

Water & Rivers

Madison River
Jefferson River
Gallatin River
Yellowstone River
Stillwater River
Clarks Fork of the Yellowstone River
Rock Creek
East Rosebud
Big Lake
 
Bighorn Lake
Boulder River
Heart Lake
Hebgen Lake
Lewis Lake
Shields River
Shoshone River
Yellowstone Lake

Mountains

Absaroka Range
Beartooth Range
Bridger Range
Cayuse Hills
Crazy Mountains
Gallatin Range
Pryor Mountains
Ganite Peak (highest point in Montana)

Fish

Brown trout
Rainbow trout
Goldeneye
Perch
Walleye
Ling
Catfish
Sauger
Smallmouth bass

Wildlife

Antelope
Badger
Bald eagle
Bighorn sheep
Bison
Bear
Blue heron
Bobcat
Lynx
Elk
Coyote
Moose
Wolverine
Fox
Mountain lion
Beaver

Expect More

Rugged peaks to open prairies, ski bums and ranchers, creative professionals, college kids …. You’re just as likely to spot wildlife as an art gallery.

Fishing

Riverfront, lakes

Hiking

Mountain Views

Camping

Campaigning Grounds

Hunting

Guided, Self Guided

Skiing

Lodging Resorts

Off Road

Back Countries

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Melinda Jeffrey

Land & Ranch Broker

Owner | Managing Broker
P:406-962-3310 / M:406-697-3524
E: info@montanagrasslands.com

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