he Road to the Buffalo Ranch is known to some as the Crown Jewel of the Continental Divide. In addition to the surrounding wilderness areas, this breathtaking ranch is home to Alice Creek, one of the first tributaries of the famed Blackfoot River, which runs over 2 miles along the eastern edge of the property. Alice Creek is dotted with beaver dams creating several different pockets of trout holding water. Truly spectacular views are framed by verdant meadows and outlined by sparkling spring creeks at a 5400’ valley floor elevation and reaching to over 6200’ elevation of timbered peaks and mountain sides.
Although the ranch supports a resident herd of 200 Elk it also provides habitat for Mule Deer, Whitetail, and Moose in addition to the seasonal livestock grazing pastures.
The ranch has two rustic cabins that are heated by both propane and a wood stoves. Together, the two cabins comfortably sleep 8 people.