Quigley Springs Ranch is a wonderful 7,700± acre ranch which represents a true Montana landscape. Whether you’re enjoying a late afternoon hike, an extended horseback ride, an evening of hunting or fishing the early morning hours on any one of the many trout streams in the area, you’ll find yourself in absolute paradise on the ranch. However you chose to enjoy these wide-open spaces and inspiring panoramic views, you’ll soon realize why you’ve chosen to live in Montana.
The ranch also offers modern-day people a rare chance to walk the paths of history while gazing at an awe-inspiring canvas of nature. Rolling, verdant grasslands peppered with glacier-carved hills and small valleys, strike an incredible contrast as they merge with the base of the majestic Rocky Mountain Front. While on this ranch, you can still see evidence of its colorful history, and you will be tempted to listen for echoes from the past. Old buffalo wallows dot the landscape, creating images in your mind of the huge herds that once roamed there. Along the ancient Sun River waterway, located in the northwest section of the property, teepee rings still mark the earth. Native Americans once lived along the shore to take advantage of the plentiful wildlife for sustenance and trading opportunities with the Hudson Bay Company for tools and arrowheads. Geological rock formations, now commonly called Buffalo Jumps, but known to the American Indians as Pishkuns, provided unique hunting techniques. Pictographs and dinosaur bones can be found on the ranch, and open a direct window into the past.