Rolling Land, Stands of Conifers & Deciduous Trees
Before Jackson Hole was discovered and named, Beaver Dick Leigh (namesake for Leigh Lake north of Jackson Hole) was trapping in the Rockies when he met and married his first wife, Jenny, a Shoshone tribe member and the namesake for “Jenny” Lake, also North of Jackson Hole. Mountain Man “Beaver Dick”, and his wife Jenny, spent many summers in and around Yellowstone Bandit Ranch, centrally located at just 3.5 miles from the Teton River, 15 min to the town of Driggs, Driggs Reed Memorial Airport, and Tributary Resort, and a short distance to both Teton and Yellowstone National Parks. Elevated 600 to 1,200 feet above the Valley floors, gently rolling open pasture and meadow to lush Aspen, Spruce and Pine stands, the ranch offers a variety of terrain, topography and character. With over 3 mi of National Forest Boundary and access to hundreds of miles of trails, your back yard is quite literally the Wild West dreams are made of. With sweeping views in all directions of not only stunning four peak Grand Teton Views but also up to 11 surrounding mountain ranges spanning three States and Yellowstone National Park itself. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to own a true piece of the old west untouched and unspoiled since men first traveled this ground. Imagine your historic homestead, rich in history, the very ground Beaver Dick and his beautiful Shoshone wife, Jenny, called home and reveled in the rich spoils of wildlife, fishing, and unprecedented beauty.