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Triple Divide Peak, Glacier National Park

Posted by Mark Corner on April 01, 2019 in No Category

Montana is the only state in the United States with a triple divide, allowing water to flow west to the Pacific Ocean,east to the Atlantic Ocean and north to the Arctic Ocean.  Triple Divide Peak is located in Glacier National Park.  You can get close to the peak by hiking the Triple Divide Pass trial.

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The much anticipated "Trail to the M and Drinking Horse" is ready to begin construction within the next month.  This new trail has been in the works for years.  The City of Bozeman and the Federal Highway Administration have been hard at work planning a route, negotiating trail easements, and selecting a contractor.  Construction is expected to be completed by mid-September.  The new trail will run on the north side of Bridger Drive from the Creekwood subdivision to the M trial with an underpass... read more
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The Sourdough trail in Bozeman

Posted by Mark Corner on December 18, 2018 in  Hiking

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Real Trends Top 500 Real Estate Firms

Coldwell Banker Distinctive Properties is one of the nation's top 500 real estate firms
Posted by Mark Corner on April 10, 2018 in  Coldwell Banker Bozeman
Coldwell Banker Distinctive Properties that owns the Bozeman Coldwell Banker real estate office was recently honored to be one of the Real Trends Top 500 largest real estate brokerages in the nation.  Real Trends is recognized as the go to source for ranking real estate brokerage offices in the country.  Coldwell Banker Distinctive Properties made the Top 500 list for Total Sales Volume and Total Sides.  And was also recognized as one of the Top 30 Up And Comers.  This is an incredible honor for... read more
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Proposed Logging Project South of Bozeman

Posted by Mark Corner on January 17, 2019 in No Category
The Montana Land Board will meet next week to decide on the DNRC proposed Limestone West Timber Sale.  The area affected starts by the popular Triple Tree hiking trail south of Bozeman and goes east towards Mt Ellis covering 443 acres of land.  Approximately the first mile of forest is state school trust land and they have an obligation to raise the most funds possible for schools.  The proposed timber sale could bring in $376,000.  It would largely harvest dead or dying trees from bark beetle a... read more
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