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Let the mountainous terrain, the mysterious timber, and the unsuppressed sapphire blue Big Sky introduce you to this appealing, rugged piece of Montana property located just 12 miles from the community of Whitehall. This property offers endless views of the Tobacco Root and Highland Mountain Ranges where you can get lost on 35 acres adventuring, picking wildflowers, hunting, camping, or simply reconnecting with nature. Come visit your chunk of Montana anytime of the year with excellent access provided right off the highway. Fishing can be done in the remarkably clear waters of the Little Pipestone Creek just across the highway or travel five minutes to Thompson Park for numerous trails mapped out for horseback riding, biking, or hiking. There are picnic areas here, a disc golf course, and the Milwaukee Road which travels centrally through the park and leads you through tunnels, vistas, and a trestle imparting scenery and memories that will surely make a lasting impression. This particular area gives way to exceptional big game hunting such as elk. In addition, this plot provides private access to a portion of Bureau Land Management on the east side, acreage that is not easily attainable for the general public. After a successful day’s hunt, a cold beverage awaits just 15 minutes to Butte or Whitehall. This centrally located tract of land not only provides scenery and opportunity for excursions, it opens up a chance to experience all of Montana with a short drive in any direction. Beauty and brawns, this acreage encompasses it all.
Settled down in the Jefferson Valley, Whitehall, Montana lies along the I-90 corridor, 26 miles east of Butte and 60 miles west of Bozeman. The peaks of the Tobacco Root and Highland Mountain Ranges jut into the surrounding skyline and are covered with Deerlodge National Forest. The township of Whitehall was historically recognized by Jefferson County on September 30, 1890 after originally maintaining as a station for the Northern Pacific and the Montana Railroad. It now supports approximately 3000 rural and in-town residents. The cozy community offers a large array of businesses such as restaurants, gas stations, mechanics, a library, a medical and dental office, and an elementary and high school to proficiently accommodate lodgers and locals. The area is bustling with recreational activities and opportunities with Jefferson River just a stone’s throw away for fishing, or visit the blue-ribbon trout streams of Beaverhead, Big Hole, and Madison Rivers, an hour’s drive away. Additionally, there are numerous areas for hiking, backpacking, camping, four-wheeling, and snowmobiling. Take in the beloved and beautiful scenery or all of the wildlife: White-tailed and Mule Deer, elk, moose, antelope, wild turkeys, pheasant, coyotes, and the rare sightings of bear and wolves. Hunting is a big local and lucrative tradition. Need more to see and do? Visit the Lewis and Clark Caverns State Park for a guided tour of amazing limestone caves to display the unique geology. The famous Ringing Rocks offer an unforgettable memory best described as a jumbled pile of boulders that when tapped with a hammer or wrench ring melodically. Although there is currently not a scientific explanation available, it is thought the chiming is caused by the combination of rock and the way the patterns have formed as the rocks have eroded away. Mysteriously, if you remove a rock from the pile, it no longer rings! Make Whitehall your next destination. Surely, this area has something for you!
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