Mineral County is an outdoor recreation paradise for all seasons: hiking, biking, ATV, fishing, floating, hunting, wildlife watching, skiing, snowmobiling, snowshoeing . . . . . . The county is 87% US Forest Service land, which means access to hundreds of miles of trails for public use and home to many kinds of wildlife – deer, elk, black bear, moose, to name a few. Known for its blue ribbon fishing, the Clark Fork River runs through Mineral County. Mineral County is home to the start of the popular Hiawatha Bike Trail, and Lookout Pass Ski Area is just over the border into Idaho.
You will find plenty of water recreation in Sanders County, with the Clark Fork River running the length of the valley, the blue waters of the Thompson and Noxon Reservoirs, and several areas with hot springs. The county also encompasses the Cabinet Mountain Wilderness and two National Forests, where wildlife abounds, including bighorn sheep, deer elk, moose, and more.
Missoula is one of western Montana’s “cities”, at the confluence of three rivers: Clark Fork, Bitterroot, and Blackfoot (made famous by the movie “A River Runs Through It”). Missoula is a regional hub for shopping, dining and cultural activities, including art, film, symphony, theatre, and dance. Home to the University of Montana, the Grizzlies’ sports teams and academic departments provide a wide array of enrichment and entertainment. When you need to get away from it all, you can be on a remote road in the National Forest Service, exploring the back woods within minutes.
Lake County is where you want to be to enjoy the scenic beauty of the Mission Mountains and boat/fish/water ski/sail on Flathead Lake, the largest natural fresh water lake west of the Mississippi. Lake County is where the famous Flathead cherries are grown, and is also home to the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes of the Flathead Nation.
With Glacier National Park, 2 ski resorts, 8 golf courses, Flathead Lake, and Hungry Horse Reservoir, Flathead County is a destination. One of the fastest growing counties in Montana, it’s a great place to live, work, and play.
Ravalli County is part of the Bitterroot Valley bordered by the Sapphire Mountains on the east and the Bitterroot Mountains on the west, with the Bitterroot River idling through. This area is rich in history and each of its small communities has a personality of its own.
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RJ Brewer (Flathead Valley): 406-250-9740
Saint Regis, MT 59866