Glacier Grazing Ground, Montana
Property Types: Vacant Land, Farms, Ranches, Waterfront, Recreational
Activities & Amenities
Gently rolling land with mixed grasses, brome, and gorgeous mountain views in the background describe this accessible 39.68 acres. This property lies twenty miles from the east entrance to Glacier National Park in St. Mary! Two entrances with approaches lie at either side of the property with power close by just across the highway. A pond located on the acreage serves as an oasis for Canadian Geese and other wildlife. The pond is dammed, and water rights accompany the sale. The land is perimeter fenced except for the southeastern lower chunk. The scenic views are spectacular as are the wildlife that cross such as moose, elk, deer, bear, coyotes, and wolves. Bird watchers will have a hay day witnessing the many species and beautiful vibrant colors and song. This piece would adequately nourish livestock or cattle. It’d make a wonderful place for horses as well! Build a dream home or a get-away cabin to utilize as a vacation rental for tourists visiting Glacier National Park!
Browning, Montana lies on the majestic scenic edge of Glacier National Park. The foothills of the Rocky Mountains set the tone for this recreational haven. Browning was incorporated in 1919 and is part of Glacier County. The community serves as a hub between two major highways, US 2 and US 89. The surrounding lands have fertile soils and are predominately utilized for ranching and farming. Crops consist mostly of wheat, barley, and hay. Browning and other communities such as Babb, Heart Butte, East Glacier, and St. Mary are well known for the recreational opportunities that they offer. With a special permit, hunting and fishing beckon to the outdoor enthusiast. There are eight major lakes and 175 miles of fishing streams. Also enjoy golf, camping, hiking, rodeos, snowmobiling, ice fishing, and cross-country skiing.
East Glacier, Montana is a small village surrounded by tantalizing views and scenery of Glacier National Park. The town may be small but has many accommodations such as motels, restaurants, a grocery store, golf course, a historic lodge, horse and car rentals, bars, gift shops, laundromats, an ATM, and a filling station for your convenience. It holds the east entrance to the famous Glacier National Park. The center of town lies at the intersection of Highway 2 and state Highway 49 making it easily accessible. You will need many days to enjoy all that East Glacier has to offer. It is near excellent fishing, hunting, numerous hiking trails, skiing, snowmobiling, and snowshoeing. There are daily tours departing to Glacier and also boat tours paddling along on the pristine waters of the lakes in the park. If you’d like a truly western Montana experience, sign up for a trail ride on horseback and feed the inner adventurer. Popular scenic spots you will want to visit is the Going-to-the-Sun-Road, Two Medicine Valley, numerous waterfalls, overlooks, lakes, and streams. Do not forget your camera as you are sure to see some wildlife including moose, bear, deer, elk, mountain goats and many more.
Glacier National Park
The coveted area nicknamed the “Crown of the Continent” for obvious reasons offers exclusive views and activities in the state of Montana. With over 700 miles of trails through pristine forests, alpine meadows sprinkled with bright lovely wildflowers, rugged and tenacious mountains, and spectacular sparkling lakes. Visit the historic chalets and lodges for a walk back in time or backpack, cycle, hike, or camp. While taking in the astounding sights of the glacier carved peaks and valleys, set your binoculars on a diverse range of wildlife of big horn sheep, mountain goats, deer, elk, ptarmigan, and both black and grizzly bear. This highway to heaven is a tough one to ever forget.
East of Babb, Duck Lake offers a fishing experience unlike any other. The lake is stocked and produces rainbow trout that average 8 pounds! The large fish raised in these waters attract anglers from all over the world. Duck Lake is 1,446 acres at an elevation of 5,015 feet. A reservation license and a Montana fishing license is all you need to start reeling in plump Rainbow and Brown Trout.
Prepare to be captivated by the sheer size and formation of this peak that is among the highest in Glacier National Park at 9,080 feet! The peaks tower over the Cut Bank plains. Majestic and mighty, Chief Mountain can be seen for over 100 miles away! The mountain lies on the boundary between Glacier National Park and the Blackfeet Reservation. From the property, you can enjoy a glorious hike to Chief Mountain that promises unbelievable panoramic views. The prominent peak has served as guidance, shelter, and a landmark for travelers. The sacred area is rich with history of the native people to this area.