The Big Buck Trail Ranch rests in the heart of South-Central Montana, and consists of 420 acres. This property is nestled in the Bull Mountain range and encompasses an impressive mix of valleys, rock outcroppings, meadows, sandstone, timber ridges, sloping draws, and hills. Land The landscape which includes dense timber ridges and rich vegetation in combination with other habitat helps make this area one of the top trophy Elk and Deer hunting ranches available. The unit regularly produced bulls in excess of 360 inches B&C. Add in the wide variety of other hunting, recreational, agricultural, building opportunities and you have one of the most desirable ranch properties on the market today. Recreation Whether you are a die-hard bowhunter, a traditional muzzleloader enthusiast, or a long-range rifle hunter, the tall Ponderosa Pines provide the perfect place to spot and stalk bugling Bull Elk in September and October while the large meadows and rock outcroppings help ensure those rifle hunters have the best chance at success possible. The Big Buck Trail Ranch is located in Unit 590 and just recently, the Montana Fish and Wildlife commission moved forward with a plan to keep the private and public land elk hunting regulations combined. This plan would affect central and Southwestern districts, including Unit 590, by increasing the number of available hunting permits by 50%. With the new changes, drawing one of the most coveted archery tags will be much easier. According to previous statistics, it appears that a owner may be able to draw the archery tag every other year. There are a number of bear, turkey, and mountain lion in the area. Agriculture This ranch has traditionally been used for grazing yearlings and while that still holds true today, the number of animals has been minimal in order to maximize the rangeland for cattle and wildlife alike. The ranch is perimeter fenced. The well is hooked up to electricity and provides enough water for the livestock and wildlife. Location The Big Buck Trail Ranch is located off West Parrott Creek road and is only 30 min to Roundup and a little over an hour to Billings. This is truly an exceptional ranch for hun ting, seclusion, privacy, and to build your home on.