Real Estate Cascade, MT: Canyon Properties, LLC
Welcome to Montana’s Missouri River Corridor. Rising in the Rocky Mountains of western Montana, is the Missouri River, the longest river in North America. Also known in these parts as the “Mighty Mo,” the river flows east and south for 2,341 miles before entering the Mississippi River. The beauty of the Real Estate in this area is amazing with its vast mountains, rock formations, and Ponderosa Pine. Also, only minutes away from Holter Lake and the Gates of the Mountains the location is truly one of the most majestic you will find in the world.
We also can’t fail to mention Montana’s infamous Dearborn River. The Dearborn River begins in the Scapegoat Wilderness, part of the Bob Marshall Wilderness Complex, and flows for more than sixty miles to the confluence with the Missouri River near Craig, MT. The Dearborn River initially flows through rugged, mountainous, terrain, before spilling out onto the plains along the Rocky Mountain Front. Fly fishermen from around the world come to enjoy the splendid fishing population in the pristine mountain waters.
Our area has endless recreational activities such as blue-ribbon fly fishing, hiking, sightseeing, rafting, and for all of you hunters, we have plenty of deer, bear, elk, and mountain lions. We also have Big Horn Sheep and Mountain Goats, not to mention several boat launches, camping spots, BLM and State Land for your enjoyment.
As if the outdoor opportunities weren’t enough, Craig is perfectly situated between Great Falls and Helena to satisfy all your city needs. There’s shopping, restaurants, sports, arts and numerous cultural activities in both these nearby cities.
Great Falls is the nearest larger city to Craig with just a 47 mile open interstate drive to all the amenities you might need or want. There are numerous major retail chains and restaurants around the city for your enjoyment. However, don’t forget to check out the one of a kind local venues Great Falls has to offer, including the Sip ‘N Dip Lounge with the areas only “Mermaids.” This legendary Tiki Lounge was named the #1 bar on earth worth flying for by GQ Magazine!
To quench your historical and artistic interests, Great Falls is home to the Charles M. Russell Museum. Charles Russell (1864-1926) is one of America’s greatest artists. His art captured the heart and soul of the American West with its authentic Montana Cowboy life as well as celebrating Indigenous culture and majestic landscapes and wildlife.
Great Falls also hosts the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail Interpretive Center, is home to Malmstrom Air Force Base & Museum and the First People's Buffalo Jump Visitor's Center, to name just a few other things that makes Great Falls a special Montana city.
Then, roughly 34 miles south of Craig is Montana’s state Capital, Helena. Helena also offers a wide range of restaurants, shopping, cultural and artistic opportunities. Meander Helena’s historic Last Chance Gulch walking mall, tour the Montana Historical Society Museum and Holter Museum, and don’t forget to hop on Helena’s Last Chance Tour Train to discover the rich history of this city.
Montana’s outdoor recreational opportunities don’t end here. Canyon Ferry Lake is the local’s favorite fishing hole, with more than 76 miles of shoreline and Montana’s third largest lake. Abundant in rainbow trout, perch, ling, and walleye, this lake draws fishermen from all over. Other great lakes in the area include Hauser, Lake Helena and even Spring Meadow Lake which is within Helena City Limits.
As if the water activities weren’t enough, you and your family can enjoy Helena’s surrounding mountain ranges with hiking, backpacking, camping and hunting and more. Explore the area like Lewis & Clark did in the Helena National Forest with almost eighty miles of the Continental Divide National Scenic Trail that stretches through the Helena National Forest and extends from the Scapegoat to Deerlodge National Forest. East of Helena lies the Big Belt Mountain Range and to the North lies the Big Belts with its rugged canyons along the Missouri River which were noted in the journals of Lewis & Clark.
So, when you are ready to make your move to an area that has it all, call Marsha Clark, Broker and Owner of Canyon Properties, LLC. Marsha specializes in this unique part of the state and is an expert at finding her clients reasonably priced residential and recreational properties. Give her a call today at: (406)235-4081; or email: email@example.com.
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Vol 26 Issue 1 - Summer/Fall 2021