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HI All, New users. and copy the license file into the Mach3 directory on the.The remote portion of Hunter's Ring at the foot of the Baskerville Mountain Range is the most unspoiled area in southeast Montana.
The topography of the area is reminiscent of the Swiss Alps - rolling to steeply sloped valleys.
(See below for a map of Hunter's Ring)
The area has never been developed, although it's important because the portion of the backcountry below Hunter's Ring is the source of an estimated three-quarters of all the water that flows into the lower Clark Fork.
To find Hunter's Ring:
From any of the roads that crisscross the Baskerville Mountains, the closest place to start is either Montana Highway 200 at the Paradise Valley Loop or Shellrock Ranch.
From Shellrock Ranch, drive west on Highway 200 until the road reaches Horseshoe Bar Reservoir. Continue west, following signs for Hunter's Ring.
The highest elevation is 5,630 feet at the crest of the Baskerville Range, so the area may be reached by a vehicle as low as four-wheel-drive. The higher portion of Hunter's Ring will be quite rugged with many dangerous precipices and tight switchbacks.
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