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Situated in the precipitous Little Belt Mountains, this property features gorgeous canyon terrain, thick regions of timber, and level, serene meadows. Satisfy any mountainous need with the variety of expanses. 80 acres allow for incredible recreating, whether it be slashing through the snow on a snowmobile or sitting around a campfire making memories at every opportunity throughout the summer. The property is fenced with barb wire that is in fine condition. In addition, a nicely developed road provides for year-round access to your land. Build a getaway vacationing cabin or a rustic hunting chalet. The forest offers the perfect habitat for the elk to roam and here, they are abundant. Deer, an occasional bear, coyotes, fox, and many other critters meander through leaving your with spectacular photographs or those awe-inspiring moments after witnessing something rare and wonderful. If you like to fish, the Little Otter Creek is nearby. With so many possibilities, this parcel gives you the chance to travel into Montana’s naturally picturesque landscape and call it your very own.
Beginning as a railroad town, Raynesford was named after the daughter of the man who sold the land to the railroad. Raynesford joins the countless small settlements that fill the coulees and gulches east of Great Falls and lies north of the ghost towns of Albright and Hughesville. Additionally, Sluice Boxes State Park is just south consisting of eight miles of the Belt Creek Canyon. Soaring cliffs and precipitous ledges mark the Belt Creek Canyon as it slices out of the Little Belt Mountains and winds toward the town of Belt.
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