Aspen Valley Ranch, Montana
Property Types: Vacant Land, Ranches, Recreational, Timber Land
Activities & Amenities
Remoteness in the middle of Montana with stunning sights is where we all want to be, and this extraordinary property gives you the chance to be there! One of the most appealing features is how easily accessible it is. There are no utilities but power exists in the area close by. Twenty acres of pristine Montana meadows and foresting trees for the avid outdoorsman or adventuring hunter. There are numerous level building sites with a south east exposure allowing you to take in a blazing sunrise with mountains as the back drop on a front or back porch of your dream home or hunting cabin. Because of the gently rolling terrain, this acreage would be suitable for horses. Watch the frequent wildlife wander by and revel in this secluded escape of your very own. The recreational opportunities are abundant: hike, fish, camp, hunt, float, explore, or just be one with nature. What an absolute dream to own a property with forests and meadows in your back yard!
Hunting and Fishing
This property is in Hunting District 380. As reported in 2018, 280 bucks with 4 points or more were harvested and 62 bull elk with 6 points or more were harvested. The total number of deer harvested was 777 with elk being 644. Hunt white-tailed and mule deer, elk, mountain lion, black bear, and much more.
There are wonderful areas nearby to fish in this region. The Boulder River offers some of the finest blue-ribbon trout fishing. The fly fishing is excellent! Fishing the river is often a peaceful experience because of its out of the way location making fishing pressure moderate. The upper stretch of the river has substantial numbers of rainbow and cutthroat trout that can be up to 15” in size. Spin fisherman can also have success utilizing small spinners in the deep holes along the river. Below the Natural Bridge State Monument, the fish get much bigger. Rainbow and brown trout predominate and can be up to 24” in size!
As county seat of Jefferson County, Boulder, Montana sits halfway between the state capital of Helena and mining community of Butte. The mountainous terrain offers up hours of outdoor recreating like fishing, hiking, hunting, and biking. Natural resources are abundant here, and the community is supported by production agriculture, wood products, and mining. Several state parks are nearby to accommodate an exciting day trip. For example, Elkhorn State Park is a sliver mining ghost town and has many outstanding examples of frontier architecture that have been preservations. Take a soak in Boulder Hot Springs and check out the 100-year-old historic inn. Immerse yourself in nature and experience all this area has to offer!