The Bull Mountain Elk Camp sits in an excellent location only 40± miles east of the University town of Missoula, MT. The 1800± deeded acre ranch adjoins two sections of leased forest service, creating a ranch set up for incredible mountain hunting, additional year-round recreational pursuits, and summer grazing for cattle.
- Resting within the small but wildlife-rich John Long Mountain Range in Granite County, the ranch includes a tastefully designed log cabin built-in 2013. This idyllic cabin is off-grid but fully functional and provides more than comfortable quarters for a mountain getaway and a high-end hunting camp.
- The current owners have lightly hunted the property over the years, and their low-impact hunting methods have produced successful harvests of trophy-sized big game animals. The recreational pursuits on the ranch do not end at big game hunting, however. An excellent road system provides year-round access to the ranch where family and friends can enjoy mountain biking, trail running, snowmobiling, cross country, and alpine skiing.
- From a land stewardship perspective, there is an opportunity for summer grazing. Currently, the ranch runs 180± pairs for approximately 45 days on portions of the ranch.
Near the ranch are desirable amenities and additional recreational possibilities. The only blue-ribbon trout stream west of the Continental Divide, Rock Creek is 20 miles from the ranch gate, and the popular Georgetown Lake is approximately 50 miles. In the winter, travel a short 55 miles to traverse the slopes of the Discovery Ski area. The charming 19th-century mining town of Phillipsburg is 35± miles, fine culinary options exist in Missoula, and sitting on the North End of the Pintler Scenic Route is the small cow town of Drummond, which can provide necessities 11 miles from the ranch.