The Bannock Pass Ranch is available for purchase for the first time in 25+ years. The ranch is just under 1300 acres of mixed pasture and timber, situated in the Beaverhead Mountains in SW Montana. Nip and Tuck Creek flows through the entire ranch, and holds small trout. The ranch is surrounded by public lands - BLM, USFS, and State. This is an exceptional elk hunting property in a general district, and may be a great opportunity for an outfitter. The district is also general for mule deer, and antelope frequent the sage brush pastures of the ranch. The ranch is currently leased to graze 50 cow/calf pairs for about 4 months. Storage and shop space is abundant as the ranch has a large 40x120 shop, and two large equipment/storage barns. The residence consists of a large lodge style building with a fourplex attached. This lodging allows friends, family, and guests to enjoy their own private quarters while staying at the ranch.
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