Seclusion. Abundant Water. Private Hunting & Fishing. Historical Significance. The Nez Perce called this ancient trail “Qoq’aalx ‘Iskit!” meaning “Buffalo Road.” Although Meriwether Lewis had the native spelling wrong in his journal, he did however translate it correctly as “Road to the Buffalo.” The well-worn trail crossed the Continental Divide at a low pass and is still used today as a migratory path for diverse wildlife. This contiguous property totals 2775+/- deeded acres in Lewis and Clark County near Lincoln, MT. The opportunity to purchase this non easement holding that borders mostly National Forest and State ground is hard to find. This is a big game paradise! Species on the property include Elk, Mule Deer, Whitetail, Moose, Mountain Goat, Mountain Lion, Black Bear, Wolves, Waterfowl, and Trout.Additionally, this ranch is coupled with over 30 registered water right claims. It has been leased in the past for summer grazing from June through October with forage leftover.
Listing Agent: John Andras
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