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Bridger Hollow Ranch consists of 285 deeded acres of alpine mountain meadows and mature pine and fir trees located in the famed Bridger Mountain Range. The Ranch possesses dramatic mountain vistas, tremendous privacy and comfortable rustic improvements. The compelling and vibrant communities of Bozeman and Livingston are both a comfortable 25 minute drive from the Ranch. The proximity of the Ranch to outdoor recreation, cultural amenities, Yellowstone National Park, a commercial airport, private FBOs and Bridger Bowl Ski Resort make Bridger Hollow Ranch an all-season recreation retreat. The varied ecosystem of dense alpine timber, grassy meadows and lush riparian areas offer diverse habitat for an abundance of Rocky Mountain wildlife including elk, mule deer, whitetail deer, bear, mountain lion, moose and a wide variety of birds. The 285 diverse acres of the Bridger Hollow Ranch provide reliable and private big game hunting, with several trophy bull elk taken off the Ranch annually. The improvements include a beautiful rustic log home and a classic barn made from recycled lumber that was a former Cavalry outpost in the Gallatin Valley. The barn, with power and year-round water, is complete with a set of corrals that are well situated for equestrian enthusiasts. The entirety of the Ranch is protected with a Montana Land Reliance conservation easement that limits additional buildings to agricultural improvements, but allows for substantial expansion of the rustic log home.
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