Almost completely surrounded by National Forest being sold as seven parcels with springs, heavy timber, amazing mountain views, elk and deer all near Lookout Pass and on the Montana/Idaho Border. Here it is. The Montana mountain property you’ve been waiting for that’s almost completely surrounded by the Lolo National Forest. Let me say that again, it’s almost completely SURROUNDED BY NATIONAL FOREST. There’s only one neighboring property on the Idaho side of the property that touches the property. Its right out in the middle of the Lolo National Forest in some high remote country. There’s a National Forest road to the property and some great building or camping sites that could be developed with some amazing views of the surrounding mountains. It’s hard to believe this property is available in such incredible country out in all this National Forest. You can hunt elk and deer in both Montana AND Idaho from the property. That’s right, the western boundary of the property IS the Montana/Idaho border. And you’re up high were you can hunt the ridge lines and use them to your advantage to see and hear the animals and take it to them from there. This is high country at over 6000 feet where the animals like to go to get up and away from the pressure. There are all kinds of species here to from the elk, deer, and moose, to bears, lions, wolves and blue grouse. With both states right out your back door, the hunting opportunities are numerous and there are tens of thousands of acres of National Forest to hunt them on. There’s a National Forest Road right to the property for access for camping or that cabin out in the woods you always wanted to have. The last two miles of road are rough and narrow but could be bladed off better and improved with a permit from the Forest Service. There are some great ridges to build or camp on with those amazing mountain views or you could build or camp near the several springs found on the lower portions of the property. The headwaters of Brimstone Creek pour out of the ground right on the property. So, there’s water, wildlife, and trees all out in the mountains of Montana. You can’t go wrong. In the winter the road over Mullan Pass which is just a little over a mile from the property is a groomed snowmobile route with trails and lots of snow in the area. So, this could also be a winter play property too. There’s snowmobiling, skiing, and snowshoeing all at your fingertips. The Lookout Pass Ski Area is just 4 miles away as well. In the summer, the area is well known for its vast hiking trails and world class mountain biking. In particular, the Route of the Hiawatha mountain bike or hike trail is 15 miles long with 10 train tunnels and 7 sky-high trestles. The ride starts with a ride through the 1.66 mile long Taft Tunnel. It is a highlight of the trail that follows the crest of the Bitterroot Mountains near Lookout Pass Ski Area. The best part is.... it's all downhill with shuttle buses available to transport you and your bike back to the top. This family friendly trail is easily enjoyed by a wide variety of people from young children to super seniors. This description is taken straight from the Route of the Hiawatha's website (https://www.trailforks.com/trails/route-of-the-hiawatha-109869/). This is high elevation at 6000 feet that gets a lot of snow, so don’t ask about living here year-round. It’s recreational property at its finest during the summer and fall, but not a place to live in the winter. From the property its about 8 miles to Interstate 90 at the Taft Exit and 5 more miles to the small town of Saltese, Montana or about 1 ½ hours to the larger town of Missoula, Montana with its international airport and other amenities. Or closer yet, it’s only about 10 miles to the small town of Mullan, Idaho and from there only 55 miles to Coeur d’Alene. And it’s only about 98 miles from the property to Spokane, Washington. So, you’re out where you can escape to the woods to your very own mountain hunting property, yet not so far you can’t get back to civilization quickly and easily enough when you need. This is an extremely rare find being almost completely surrounded by National Forest on the edge of both Montana and Idaho and having all these hunting and recreating opportunities at your fingertips. In this crazy market, it won’t last long, so don’t let this one slip away. Call Scott Joyner any time at 406-223-6039, to learn more and visit about purchasing this great Montana property. Priced at $297,800.