Nestled at the base of the Tobacco Root Mountains in Southwestern Montana’s premier ranching, big-game, and fly-fishing region, Hollow Top Ranch’s 4,438 acres feature a two-mile stretch of South Willow Creek with outstanding German brown and brook trout habitat. The west side of Hollow Top borders the Beaverhead/Deerlodge National Forest for approximately two miles providing unlimited hunting and recreational opportunities. From high alpine meadows to lush irrigated meadows intertwined along South Willow Creek, Hollow Top contains a very diverse terrain that produces outstanding pasture and attracts large populations of wildlife. Conservative grazing patterns have enhanced deer, elk and upland game bird populations. The plentiful water resources — combined with abundant big game, upland birds, and private fishing with close proximity to Bozeman — make this well-blocked tract an extremely desirable offering in today’s market. The ranch is located in one of Southwestern Montana’s premier ranching, big-game hunting and fly-fishing areas. Combined with close proximity to the Madison, Gallatin, Jefferson, and Missouri Rivers, it ranks as one of the finest fly-fishing and big-game hunting properties on the market.