Top Hat is one of the most stunningly beautiful mountain ranches under the towering Beartooth Front. The Front is part of the dramatic Beartooth Absaroka Wilderness Area that runs from Red Lodge to Gardiner and protects the northern side of Yellowstone National Park. This 4,000± acre ranch, which includes a 747± acre adjacent private grazing lease, consists of a main north-south valley that encompasses Ingersoll Creek for over three lineal miles from where it flows into the West Rosebud River. The ranch includes frontage on the West Rosebud River for nearly one mile, and it spills over the divide in the other direction to encompass the upper reaches of the Antelope Creek Valley, which flows into the East Rosebud River. The timbered ridges that form the valley offer a pleasing contrast to the productive meadows and protection for the herds of over 600 elk which make their home on the ranch. Live springs and the creek assure good natural water for livestock. The buildings consist of an appealing and historic owner’s home, a beautiful old log guest house, and two very attractive houses for staff, as well as excellent outbuildings and livestock facilities.