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The Preserve at Bridger Creek Ranch blends luxury, privacy and warmth to create a recreation oriented property that is nothing short of spectacular. Improvements on the property include a 4564± SF custom home that features 3 bedrooms, an office and 2.5 bathrooms, a barn and a separate caretaker’s quarters above a stand alone 2-car oversized garage. The improvements are situated on 53± acres of a sun-drenched recreational paradise with privacy and exquisite views of the easterly face of the Bridger Mountains, Bozeman’s Gallatin Valley and the Spanish Peaks. The Preserve at Bridger Creek Ranch resides in one of the most coveted areas in and around the Gallatin Valley, the famed Bridger Canyon, which is just minutes to all the amenities Bozeman’s college town affords. The striking beauty, convenience, and recreational amenities of Bridger Canyon have long made it one of the most highly sought after areas. Located less than 10 miles from the university town of Bozeman, 10 miles from Bridger Bowl Ski Area and convenient to US National Forest which hosts an abundance of elk and other wildlife, The Preserve at Bridger Creek Ranch’s attributes rate at the highest level. Even when compared to other Bridger Canyon properties, The Preserve at Bridger Creek Ranch is unmatched.
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Greg Fay is a pioneer in the land investment industry, founding Fay Fly Fishing Properties in 1992, the first land brokerage firm in the west to focus on recreation and its contribution to the overall value of land. This aspect of the land investment arena has grown considerably since we first brought it to the forefront as a quantifiable value.
Today, Fay Ranches continues to broaden and diversify investment opportunities across the country, specializing in the marketing and sale of the finest farms, ranches, timberland, plantations, and sporting properties from coast to coast.
Through our dedication to investment value and conservation, we have built a network of relationships and partnerships including our Strategic Alliance with Texas-based Republic Ranches. Together we offer unparalleled reach and direct contact with the most qualified landowners and investors from coast to coast and internationally.
Fay Ranches was built on four pillars, which have guided our growth and success over the years: Family, Investment Value, Sporting Pursuits, and Conservation. This shared commitment is the basis for the relationships we build and the quality of business we execute. It is upon this foundation that Fay Ranches has grown to become the top land brokerage firm in the country; it truly is Who We Are.
Time Travel: Philipsburg, Montana
Time Travel: Philipsburg, Montana takes you to a charming former mining town. Full of places on the National Historic Registry, Philipsburg contains buildings from 1880's. The video is accompanied by ragtime music from Free Music Archive. RT: 04:22
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BigRigTravels - The most scenic route in trucking! The backroads of BigSky Montana
Recorded July 21, 2016. We start at the south end of Flathead Lake in Elmo, Montana and turn West onto Montana Route 28, passing through the small towns of Niarada, Lonepine, Hot Springs and Rainbow Lake. When we get to Plains, Montana, we head South on Montana Route 200 and go through Paradise, Montana and travel along the Clark Fork River and pass Quinns and Patrick Knob Mountain, finally taking a left onto Montana Route 135 towards Donlan and St Regis in the Lolo National Forest.
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Montana- Big Sky Country
A compilation of pictures from Montana. Some I took, some i did not. I lived there for 5 years, and I have to say it's one of the most beautiful places I have ever been. I hope you enjoy this! It was a lot of fun to make. I tried to include everything from Great Falls to Billings, Monarch, Helena, Kalispell to Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks. It's set to U2's Where the Streets have no name
Visit Idaho, USA and explore by region - Unravel Travel TV
Idaho is the 13th largest state in the union, covering 83,557 square miles.
• Shoshone Falls in Twin Falls is 212 feet high – 36 feet higher than Niagara Falls.
• At 7,900 feet, Hells Canyon is the deepest river-carved gorge in North America, deeper than even the Grand Canyon.
• The world’s densest populations of nesting eagles, hawks and falcons can be found at the Morley Nelson Snake River Birds of Prey National Conservation Area.
• In Soda Springs you can find the largest captive geyser in the world – it erupts every hour on the hour, reaching heights of 100 feet.
• The Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness is one of the largest wilderness areas in the Lower 48, second only to California’s Death Valley.
• A sand dune within Bruneau Dunes State Park rises 470 feet above the surrounding desert floor, making it the tallest single-structured sand dune in North America.
History and Heritage
• Idaho City was once the largest town in the Pacific Northwest it developed around gold mining in the 1860s.
• Farragut State Park, and adjoining Lake Pend Oreille, was home to a Naval Training Station during WWII.
• In the old West mining town of Wallace the entire downtown core is listed on the National Historic Register.
• Idaho had a nationally-renowned wine industry until Prohibition closed it down. Today, it is Idaho’s fastest growing agricultural industry with three AVAs in the state.
• The Oregon Trail ran right through southern Idaho, leaving behind historic landmarks and sites to explore.
• Idaho is home to six Native American tribes: The Coeur d’Alene, Kootenai of Idaho, Nez Perce, Shoshone-Bannock, Shoshone-Paiute and Lemhi-Shoshone tribes.
• Boise is home to one of the largest Basque communities in the United States, with nearly 16,000 people.
• Lewiston is the most inland seaport on the west coast, hosting cruise and cargo ships that travel up the Columbia River.
• There are more than 50 wineries in Idaho, producing more than 25 varietals of wine.
• Idaho is known as the “Gem State” because 72 types of precious and semi-precious stones can be found here, including some which can be found nowhere else in the world.
• The Wild Huckleberry is the state fruit, and can be found on menus throughout the region.
• Idaho is bordered by Washington, Oregon, Nevada, Utah, Wyoming and Montana.
• The highest elevation point is Mt. Borah at 12,662 feet, and the lowest is 738 feet above sea level in Lewiston.
• Idaho is home to more miles of whitewater than anywhere else in the continental U.S., making it a paddlers’ paradise.
• Idaho contains nearly 600 registered campsites, which include those within Idaho’s 30 state parks, 10 national forests and on other public lands.
• There are over 300 hot springs in Idaho with over 130 deemed soaker-friendly.
• Thirty one (31) scenic byways crisscross the state, highlighting stunning scenery and area histories.
• Sun Valley Resort was America’s first destination ski resort (as well as where the first chairlifts were installed).
• Idaho claims the only state flag designed by a woman.
• The Perrine Bridge over the Snake River at Twin Falls is the only place in the country where BASE jumping (parachuting from a fixed structure) is allowed year-round without a permit.
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Top 10 Best Summer Activities in Salida, CO | Creekside Chalets
In this video, you'll learn the 10 best summer activities in Salida. Creekside Chalets & Cabins presents a quick overview of unique things to see and do in Salida, Colorado during the summer. It's perfect for visitors to the area who want to get ideas on what to do during their Salida vacation. Similarly, area locals might even discover some new activities to enjoy in the summer. The list begins with Monarch Crest Scenic Tram, which takes visitors to the top of the Continental Divide. Winery and distillery tours are two more options. While there's only one distillery tour available in Salida, there are two options for winery tours. Those who are looking for more educational activities will enjoy some time at the Salida Museum, which boasts some wonderful historical artifacts and knowledgeable docents. Another educational option is the Mt. Shavano Fish Hatchery. Here you can learn about the role that hatcheries play in the state while also enjoying the frenzy that comes when you feed the fish. For a little bit of relaxation, the Salida Hot Springs Aquatic Center is perfect. If you love the incredible scenery, you'll love Browns Canyon National Monument. In Riverside Park, you can take a leisurely stroll on the banks of the Arkansas River or catch one of the summer's free concerts. Experience a unique hike in the backcountry with a llama at your side thanks to Spruce Ridge Llamas. And you can enjoy some of the best views in town when you take Spiral Drive up to the top of S Mountain.
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Scary! 14260 feet Mt Evans Colorado Drive 9 of 17 DOWN Compare with Pikes Peak
Highest auto road in the USA - Mount Evans Colorado. Prettier than Pikes Peak and NO DUST to spoil the tundra. However, most people will find that it is scarier to drive.
Neighboring towns: Georgetown, Silver Plume, Idaho Springs, Golden, Brookvale, Highland Park, Evergreen, Conifer
One of the three fourteeners visible from Denver, Mount Evans dominates the mountainous horizon west of the city. Its great sculpted eastern face greets the dawn each day, capturing the morning light. Much of the wilderness lies above timberline, and place names such as Sawtooth, Frozen Lake, and Abyss Lake offer a hint of the rugged glacial terrain that characterizes the area.
Crawling up into the wilderness, but outside the circuitous boundary, a paved road runs to the top of Mount Evans, the highest paved road in America. Abyss Lake, surrounded by fabulous scenery, rests in a rock-rimmed gorge at 12,550 feet in the heart of the wilderness. You can reach it by hiking seven strenuous miles (one way) up a glacier-carved valley.
The area's 14,000 foot peaks and proximity to Denver combine with the summit road to draw large numbers of visitors. Nevertheless, the Mount Evans Wilderness contains notable biological features, harboring not only alpine tundra, but arctic tundra as well. This is one of the few places south of the Arctic Circle, where such tundra is found. It differs from alpine tundra by virtue of its moisture, as it contains countless small pools of water. In contrast, most tundra in Colorado is dry and brittle once uncovered by snow. The Mount Goliath Natural area contains another of the region's unusual features - a prime stand of bristlecone pine. These gnarled elders of the forest often live 1,500 to 2,000 years, growing at infinitesimal rates. The trees' twisted and contorted trunks offer stark evidence of their bitter fight for survival against the elements.
Two species of animals less frequently observed elsewhere have become popular attractions here. A herd of Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep live around Mount Evans, and mountain goats are frequently seen from the summit road. The vast expanses of tundra offer visitors numerous opportunities to spy more common critters, including ptarmigan and yellow-bellied marmots.
Longs Peak - Rocky Mountain National Park - Colorado 14er Dayhike
At 14,259 feet, Longs Peak towers above all other summits in Rocky Mountain National Park. The flat-topped monarch is seen from almost anywhere in the park. Different angles show the great mountain's unique profiles. Changing weather reflects Longs Peak's many moods.
In the summertime, when conditions allow, thousands climb to Longs' summit via the Keyhole Route. The Keyhole Route is not a hike. It is a climb that crosses enormous sheer vertical rock faces, often with falling rocks, requiring scrambling, where an unroped fall would likely be fatal. The route has narrow ledges, loose rock, and steep cliffs.
For most of the year, climbing Longs Peak is in winter conditions, which requires winter mountaineering experience and the knowledge and use of specialized equipment. Disregard for the mountain environment any time of year has meant danger, injury and even death.
The most dangerous and the most beautiful road in the usa
This is hwy 550 in Colorado in San Juan National Forest and is not made for semis:)