This property is comprised of +/- 400 deeded acres of predominantly light rolling mountainous terrain with scattered Douglas Fir tree cover and several spectacular groves of aspen trees.
This acreage fronts the west side of Highway 89 for approximately one-half mile and one plus mile of frontage along Logging Creek Road. Highway 89 from Arimington Junction to White Sulphur Springs has been designated the Kings Hill Scenic Byway. Passing through the Lewis and Clark National Forest and the Little Belt Mountains the Kings Hill Scenic Byway allows travelers to leisurely savor the beauty and invigorating fresh air that is a staple of this part of the country. Explore the old mining districts that inhabit the area or head into the vast roadless areas right out your back door.
There is 20 acres of established alfalfa/grass mix hay ground with an additional 117 acres of former cultivated ground planted to tame pasture. The balance of the property is native grasses of a vigorous composition of desirable plant species. The property is located in a 18 - 20 inch precipitation zone. The acreage corners federal land and offers enless recreational opportunities. Wildlife of many species frequent the property.
Showdown ski area is twenty-two miles away on Kings Hill Pass and boasts thirty-four runs and 1,400 feet of vertical drop. Kings Hill Pass also offers approximately 200 miles of groomed snowmobile trails and approximately twenty miles of groomed cross country ski trails for winter time enjoyment.
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