Conveniently located just 6 miles from Lower St. Mary?s Lake, 4.5 miles from Chief Mountain (and the east entrance to Glacier National Park), 9 miles from Duck Lake and 5 miles to the Canadian border. This property has endless recreational attributes, the most awe inspiring panoramic views of Glacier Park coupled with the views of the Cut Bank Plains. Chief Mountain lies on the boundary between Glacier National Park and the Blackfeet Reservation to the east. It is a glorious hike from the property. The mountain is one of the most prominent peaks and rock formations along the Rocky Mountain Front, a 200 mi (320 km) long overthrust fault, known as the Lewis Overthrust, which extends from central Montana into southern Alberta, Canada. Timberland included Lodgepole Pine, Engelmann Spruce and Aspen contain $100,000+/- in timber income. Other potential income could be from cattle grazing leases. Duck Lake is known for the size of its fish-eight pounds on average. Occasionally, anglers take a 15-pound brown or rainbow, and it's not unusual to hook a 10 or 12 pounder. This lake is catch-and-keep if you choose. Wildlife includes but not limited to moose, elk, deert, bear, cougar, wolves, wolverines, lynx and multitude of songbirds.
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