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What do you picture when you think of the great outdoors? Do you picture an expansive Aztec sky with rugged mountains chiseling their way upwards into the blue? Maybe your idea includes deep carved out canyons with tall trees towering upwards, a river winding through it so beautiful and clear that it mirrors the emerald shades of blues and greens hovering above. Upper Sawmill Road captures these images and brings them to life on a remote and quiet 8 acres where you are free to relax and roam, explore, quest, and seek. 8 miles from the exit and this paradise comes into view providing the stillness that the city lacks, the nature that a soul longs to return to. Here you can find wildlife of all kinds: deer, elk, big horn sheep, moose, and more. Engage in hunting and utilize your location’s access to miles more of opportunity on state land. Although there is not currently power available, an off-grid cabin could easily be situated on the parcel for a get-away chalet. Camping is definitely suitable with very desirable fishing access 6 miles from this plot. The Dearborn River is full of blue-ribbon trout fishing and offers up some of the most renowned floating trips in Montana. Brown and Rainbow Trout reel in at 10-14 inches long on average, but there are many bigger fish migrating in and out of the Missouri River waiting to land you a trophy. With a price that can’t be beat, it is time to experience the great outdoors and make some lasting memories!
Follow the Missouri River out of the vast, grand mountains until it flows out to the rolling plains, and there you’ll find the delightful fishing town of Cascade, Montana. There are unlimited opportunities to enjoy the great outdoors here including wildlife viewing, fishing, and hunting. Should you need a bite to eat or some bait, Cascade retains a grocery store, gas station, post office, couple lively bars, and fun hardy folks! Get out and about and notice the numerous public fishing access spots along the mighty Missouri River. Cascade serves as a popular location to start a float down the river. Additionally, Eagle Island or Hardy Bridge also offer day use for river access. If you want a short escapade, take the day trip to the Crown Butte Preserve that is located halfway between Cascade and Simms. Hike to the flat-topped buttes and revel in the natural grassland vegetation 1000 feet above the great plains below. If you’re in the mood for some history, stop by the Cascade Senior Center and Museum for a taste of local history.
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