ABOUT RED HILL RETREAT
The Red Hill Retreat is a 1,627± acre blank canvas overlooking the captivating Pigeye Valley and the renowned Upper Judith River. Rising from the valley floor the ranch’s lower pastures flow to the distinguished Red Hill rim that acts as a natural transition into the high lush grass meadows complete with expansive views. Perimeter fencing is currently in place, and there are multiple scenic and secluded building sites with nearby power.
Currently utilized for summer cattle pasture, there is a developed spring in the lower pasture and a solar well in the upper pasture. With the Judith River Wildlife Management Area to the west, sportsmen will appreciate the opportunity to hunt quality elk, mule deer, and upland birds while the outdoor recreationists will enjoy the quick access to the endless trail systems throughout the Little Belt Mountains.
Charles M. Russell, the noteworthy artist of the American Old West frequently featured the area’s breathtaking landscape of the South Fork of the Judith River as his main subject. Red Hill Retreat is an idyllic, contiguous, and diverse land holding that provides multiple opportunities to enjoy all of the qualities Central Montana has to offer for ranchers, sportsmen, and recreationists alike.
Red Hill Retreat will give a new owner possibilities to enjoy one of the last ‘undiscovered’ mountain valleys in Montana. The Upper Judith River corridor provides excellent small river fly-fishing opportunities as well as chances at quality elk, mule Deer, white-tailed deer, upland birds, and waterfowl hunting. The scenery from Red Hill Retreat gives justification as to why Charles M. Russell made this place one of his favorite backdrops.