Timber Creek Ranch represents an unusual opportunity to own both a significant fly fishing property and a wilderness ranch. Its 302 acres lie within the Beaverhead National Forest, nestled into a valley between the Snowcrest Range and the Gravelly Range. The ranch encompass over 2 miles of a spring creek like section of the Ruby River 26 miles south of Alder. Nearly one third of the ranch is irrigated and the balance is a pleasing mix of riparian corridor, native range, and pine and aspen groves. Most of the buildings were designed by Don McLaughlin, and the main ranch compound and guest house are historically accurate and rendered in exquisite taste in a beautiful setting as is the main house which is a very comfortable and more contemporary log home.
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