Rising from a lush alder- and willow-filled wet meadow at its ~6000' lower edge to a Douglas fir-and-lodgepole crest at ~6190', Resolute Draw is a five-acre private "island" in the Lazyman Roadless Area of Montana's Helena National Forest. Three natural terraces offer five dramatic cabin sites ideally dispersed along its south-facing slope, as yet undeveloped and un-groomed. A single unmapped four-wheel-drive trail originates behind a locked gate at the USFS access road below, and for 3300' follows a shallow aspen-lined valley northward until ending in the topographical "V" that comprises Glacier Lily Gulch to the west and Resolute Draw to the east.
Glacier Lily Gulch -- also represented here on survivalrealty.com -- has been painstakingly developed to be the ultimate off-grid year-round homestead. Resolute Draw, independently surveyed and deeded, adjoins Glacier Lily Gulch at one corner to offer the ultimate caretaker opportunity, retreat, or remote community. Each property compliments the other perfectly, and although they are separate parcels that can be separately sold, their highest use is as a complimentary partnership.
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