Livingston Peak Ranch offers an exceptional opportunity for recreation, big game hunting and Yellowstone River fishing with significant conservation and development potential. The Ranch encompasses 6,899± total acres, of which 4,999± acres are deeded and 1,900± are leased from the State of Montana and Bureau of Land Management. Home to large herds of elk, deer and antelope, and over ½ mile of Yellowstone River frontage, the Ranch provides the coveted and hard-to-find combination of fishing and elk hunting on the same ranch. Livingston Peak Ranch is currently unimproved and comprised of 78 parcels, which creates many development and conservation options. There are multiple spectacular building sites that capture the panoramic views of the Crazy, Bridger and Absaroka Mountain Ranges.
Located in southwest Montana’s celebrated Yellowstone Region, the Yellowstone River forms a portion of the western boundary of the Ranch for approximately half a mile. The willow and cottonwood riparian meadow along the river transitions to grass pastures on an expansive open bench, that blends into the higher-elevation foothills and valleys that border the Gallatin National Forest to the south. The Absaroka Range changes in elevation from 9,100´ to 11,200´ and provides a magnificent backdrop to the south of the Ranch. Views to the north across the river consist of the Bridger and Crazy Mountain Ranges and the prominent rocky bluffs of Sheep Mountain.
The Ranch is currently unimproved, with the exception of fencing and stock water, but has a diverse pallet of recreation from hunting, fishing, horseback riding, hiking, exploring on ATV and skiing when conditions allow. There are some of the most dramatic building sites that Montana has to offer with panoramic mountain views and private settings. Utilized for many years as summer pasture for a neighboring cattle operation, Livingston Peak Ranch has been well managed and runs efficiently for a buyer desiring simplicity of ownership with a grazing tenant. This unique offering in today’s market combines big-game hunting and Yellowstone River frontage with easy access to quality amenities in nearby Livingston and Bozeman. Livingston Peak Ranch stands alone as a large block of deeded land with exceptional fishing, hunting, wildlife and bird watching in one of Montana’s famed locales.