Land for sale in the Elkhorn Mountains bordering BLM Lands, with springs, creeks, elk, deer, moose bighorn sheep and other wildlife, as well as, trees, solitude, and great views for miles. This is it. Properties in the Elkhorn Mountains are sought after and don’t come available often. This is Montana’s own Elkhorn mountains in the fabled 380 Hunting District where the bulls grow big and numerous. The bull tag is hard to draw which grows the big bulls the Elkhorn's are well known for, but there’s also a general spike bull and cow elk season along with various other second cow elk tags that can be drawn for more opportunity year in and year out. The property is in what is called an unlimited mule deer tag area too which means you can get a permit every year, but you can only hunt that hunting district for mule deer which ends up limiting the number of hunters that decide to hunt there and in general can grow more and bigger bucks than a general hunting district. The Elkhorn Mountains are also well known for their great horn hunting as well with those big shed horns being dropped in the mountains here every year. And with this property you’ll have your very own piece of heaven right out in the Elkhorn's where everybody will be jealous of what you have and what they could only wish they’d found out was for sale. Keating Creek pours out of the ground right on this property. It also has another very small creek that runs into the property, So there’s water for you, the wildlife, and your livestock. There’s also the old remains of a cabin on the property near the headwaters of Keating Creek. The old timers lived here back in the day and used the water too while they ranched, mined, and hunted in the area. Imagine the history if this old cabin could talk. This property borders BLM land too for extra land right next to you to enjoy and hunt and recreate on. Its bonus land right out your back door for even more opportunity and elbow room. You’ll see elk right on your property and the surrounding hills along with mule deer, moose and bighorn sheep too. They all call these hills their home and drift back and forth across the meadows and timber filled draws as they enjoy the food, shelter, and water these hills provide. On top of that, you can drive about 3 miles further up Keating Gulch Road and you’re into the vast amount of National Forest there in the Elkhorn Mountains. So you can hunt, hike and recreate to your hearts content. It’s all super secluded and private too behind a locked gate. The property is accessed by county roads for 4 miles past Radersburg. Then your own private road into the property is gated and there are numerous level spots to build a home, cabin or park your camper and start enjoying right away. You could choose up on an elevated treed bench where there’s a cleared area or near the creek and cabin where a site has already been leveled. There are plenty of options, it’s all up to you when you own this much mountain property. The property is only about 4 miles down Keating Gulch Road to the small town of Radersburg where the pavement begins, and it’s only 10 miles to Highway 287 and the Missouri River from there.
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