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Transcendent Glacier Timberland


Groves of Aspens, Lodgepole Pines and Engelmann Spruces loom towards the Big Montana Sky on this 360 acre property. The refuge provides and attracts wildlife such as moose, elk, deer, bear, cougar, wolves, wolverines, lynx and a multitude of melodious songbirds. The wooded wonderland sprawls out a mere 5 miles from the east entrance of the “Backbone of the World,” Glacier National Park and south of the Canadian border. Across the 360 acres, the property changes in elevation from 300’ to 400’ with phenomenal views of the prominent Chief Mountain protruding from the earth and ascending as one of the highest peaks of Glacier National Park. Take advantage of the outstanding hike from the parcel to the peak and relish in the lush greenery often aglow with a variety of wildflowers. Spend a night camping under the vast Montana sky spattered with dazzling stars, and head out to Duck Lake for a day of fruitful fishing. The area makes for a stupendous snowmobiling tract. The timberland is accessible year round from Highway 17 that bisects the property. Multiple seeping springs create pools year round contributing to the healthy, natural stands of merchantable timber on the property. The value of the timber is estimated to be $100,000+/-. The current owner has owned the property for over 27 years and has logged areas of the land but not since the year 2000. Additionally, there is opportunity to lease out the grazing for livestock. Corners are established and marked with brass caps along with fencing on the east boundary. Power is approximately three miles from the edge of the property. The purchase of this property offers extra income from marketing timber and leasing grazing ground, diversifying your investment portfolio and rendering you royalty as you have the keys to the Crown of the Continent!