The famed West Boulder River Valley is considered one of the most beautiful mountain valleys in southwest Montana, located just south of Livingston off of Interstate-90. In this pristine environment lies the West Boulder Reserve, a 1,300± acre ranch community that features 2.5± miles of both sides of the West Boulder River, a tremendous trout fishery, and access to the adjoining National Forest and the Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness Area. The West Boulder Reserve was established in the 1970s by a group of talented easterners bent on establishing a recreational lifestyle far apart from the hustle and bustle of the east coast. They were counseled by one of the country’s premier attorneys. Even now, over fifty years later, the covenants and by-laws of the West Boulder Reserve Association remain a proud model for practical and wise land stewardship to many other ranch communities.
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