Ask Pam Amundsen
Ride and rope under the blue skies of the wild west! The stunning Powell Valley with its diverse landscapes and terrain is situated between the Big Horn Mountains and the Absaroke Range, the Clark Fork of the Yellowstone River flowing through the Shoshone National Forest. Be captivated by the mountain views on these 35.7 acres. Build your dream home in the heartland. Power is to the acreage. Several level areas would make fine building sites. Bring your horses and roam the acreage. Build a cabin or bring your RV for some camping. Leave it parked for a base for hunting. The acreage has excellent mule deer hunting. The location puts you in proximity to recreational activities and short drives to amazing places!Local AreaPowell, Wyoming was named after John Wesley Powell, an explorer who engineered and championed dam, diversion, and irrigation systems in the Rocky Mountain West. Powell is located in the northwestern corner of Wyoming, 75 miles east of the famous Yellowstone National Park and 98 miles south of Billings, Montana. The town was incorporated in 1909 and continues to be predominately an agricultural/ranching-based economy. The air is fresh and clean between the Big Horn Mountains and the Absaroke Range in the Powell Valley making it a desirable place to live! Area Attractions Yellowstone National ParkYellowstone National Park is a mere 90 minutes away where you can catch a glimpse of the rarely seen grizzly and wolf at the Grizzly and Wolf Discovery Center. The park is huge with over 3,500 square miles, making it larger than Rhode Island or Delaware). It's made up of 2.2 million acres and became the first national park on March 1, 1872. Visit geysers and the historic Old Faithful for sights that you will never forget. Get a taste of the wild, see where the wildlife roams, and enjoy all the amenities of a national park!Homesteader MuseumThis museum provides more than 10,000 square feet of historical exhibits to explore. It is a nonprofit museum whose mission is to educate and preserve. Shoshone National ForestThe Shoshone National Forest covers 2.4 million acres of land and includes 1,300 miles of trails, 32 campgrounds, and 11 picnic sites. Four byways travel across the forest. The Shoshone National was America's first national forest. It is home to over 355 species of wildlife including the largest population of bighorn sheep. Clarks Fork of the Yellowstone RiverThe Clarks Fork of the Yellowstone flows through the Shoshone National Forest into BLM-administered public lands. The area displays geology that is internationally studied and offers abundant fishing opportunities. Fishermen can easily access the river and can catch Brook Trout, Rainbow Trout, and Yellowstone Cutthroat Trout.