Heavenly Hughsville Views, Montana
Property Types: Vacant Land, Recreational, Timber Land
Activities & Amenities
Journey up a mountain road past Monarch, Montana lined with friendly wild daisies smiling upward at the blue sky and golden sunshine. Tall pine trees jut into the sky and fill the air with an aromatic fresh pine smell that takes away any thoughts of the busy bustling city life left behind. With mountain tops in view, it feels as if you are on top of the world with no track of time only leisure. The lush green vegetation covers the ground reflecting the simplicity of life here, so quiet that you can practically hear the grass growing. With ample space to bring along your camper or RV, you can retreat here with an ATV and your sense of adventure to roam into the wild! There is electricity approximately a mile or so away so perhaps a getaway cabin for hunting camp is in your plans. While you sit around a campfire and sip a warm cup of steaming coffee, you can hear the relaxing sound of water flowing in a stream that crosses the property and watch all the various wildlife wander through. With thousands of Forest Service acres bordering this property, expect to capture sights of deer, elk, moose, bear, and more here. When it gets to the snow-covered months, cross-country ski or snowshoe on the game trails or head to Showdown Ski Area that is just a short drive and down-hill ski. The ghost town of Hughesville is nearby and ready for your exploration. A recreational paradise awaits you in the midst of the Little Belt Mountains on a piece of land waiting to be designated as all yours.
Just north of Neihart on King’s Hill Scenic Byway on US Highway 89 is Monarch, Montana. This small friendly community is located on the edge of the Lewis and Clark National Forest land and is perfectly situated among the mountains making it a premier recreational destination. The Little Belt Mountains lie to the south, and to the west is the Sluice Boxes State Park which contains 8 miles of canyons and cliffs stretching along Belt Creek. In the summertime, hike, camp, and mountain bike. In the fall, take advantage of some of the best hunting around, and in the winter, ski at Showdown Ski Area or cross-country ski and snowmobile at the Silver Crest Trails Recreation area. The beautiful landscape and scenery offer a breathtaking chance to see some of the best of Montana.