Broken Trail Unbroken Views, Montana
Property Types: Vacant Land, Recreational
Activities & Amenities
Wouldn’t it be great to get out of the commotion of the city? Just 60 miles from Billings is 20 acres that display scenes that belong on a Montana post card! Build a dream home and leave the worries of exposure and pandemic in your rearview mirror. Use the property for a getaway or a place to roam and hunt. With panoramic views of snow-capped mountains fused with the gently sloping terrain on the horizon, it just illustrates the nickname of our beloved state. It truly is land to let your imagination run wild as there are no covenants or HOAs. The property also borders BLM and state land for additional adventures and memories. The Clark’s Fork river flows near the property and offers a wide variety of recreation. Catch some sunshine floating, rafting, boating, canoeing, and inter- tubing. Reel in some trout from the shore, by floating, or by wading in the river. All along the Beartooth Highway and Chief Joseph Scenic Highway are excellent camping and hiking spots.
The small community of Belfry is located on the Clark’s Fork of the Yellowstone River and was named for Dr. William Belfry. It was created by the construction of the Yellowstone Park Railroad during the coal-mining boom in Montana. It is now mostly an agricultural community situated near Yellowstone National Park, Billings, and Red Lodge. Additionally, it is also the headquarters for Montana, Wyoming, and the southern railroad.
Nicknamed the “Basecamp to the Beartooth’s,” Red Lodge, Montana is the county seat to Carbon County. This friendly and hospitable community prides themselves on service to others with over 50 non-profit organizations to date. The town sees its fair share of tourism activity as a result of its close proximity to the popular and highly pursued Yellowstone National Park. However, it maintains a year-round economy due to the lucrative hospital and school systems. Surrounded by Custer Gallatin National Forest and shadowed by the brawny Beartooth Mountains, Red Lodge possesses beauty and numerous ways to spend your free time. Outdoor recreating can be found at Red Lodge Ski Resort in the winter months. Rock Creek lets adventurers’ fish and paddle its waters. Virtually, Red Lodge is a 60-mile drive to anywhere! To the north and 60 miles, Billings provides access to an airport and big city amenities. To the south and 60 miles, Cody, Wyoming represents as a rodeo town, and 60 miles to the southwest is Yellowstone National Park. Up for a scenic drive? Check out the famous Beartooth Highway for impressive and breathtaking views! Enjoy the Yellowstone Wildlife Sanctuary where you’re guaranteed a glimpse at rare and extraordinary animals. Any direction you look, Red Lodge is full of elegance, charm, and world-class experiences genuine to Montana’s landscape and warm welcoming hospitality.