The area north of Bozeman along the East Gallatin River has long been a coveted location for its water and wildlife amenities and convenience to Bozeman. This is the richest corridor in the Gallatin Valley, where you find top soil as much as four feet deep, numerous spring creeks and bountiful wildlife. Many of the landowners in the area have conserved their property from development and enhanced the fertile habitat to provide for an abundance of waterfowl, pheasant, turkey, white-tailed deer and even the migratory elk and moose. The East Gallatin River is not only the most fertile in the Gallatin Valley, it’s also the most convenient to town and area amenities. Within 20 minutes or less you can enjoy a candlelight dinner in downtown Bozeman, catch a flight at the airport, buckle up your ski boots at Bridger Bowl Resort.