There is a place I like to visit as often as time allows. A place where you can see as far as humanly possible…

There is a place I like to visit as often as time allows. A place where you can see as far as humanly

possible. A place where golden eagles soar over the snow capped mountains while looking down at

the treetops. A place where herds of deer and elk graze on the wild flowers growing in the mountain

meadows. A place where moose and bear walk without the intrusion of daily hikers and motorized


This one hundred and fifty-five acre parcel adjoins eight other one hundred and thirty plus acre

parcels, and three eighty acre parcels that was set aside to become the future home sites of the

most fortunate. These people will experience what most people could only dream of, a place of such

beauty they will want to share it with family and friends for generations to come.

-Terry L. Covin

North Pass Area Info

North Pass is home to awe-inspiring views, lush meadows, and utterly pure mountain air, just 15 minutes from Bozeman, described by many as Montana’s most dynamic community. In total, 9 sites average just under 150 acres each and the 3 remaining sites averaging just under 80 acres each. With tracts this size, your neighbor is only as close as you want him to be, and thoughtful covenants ensure that homes and new construction are carefully screened and site appropriate.

At the same time, if you would like to sample the superb restaurants, art galleries, upper-end shops, and services found in Bozeman, all are just 15 minutes down the road, 365 days a year. Bozeman is home to Montana State University and offers a classic ranching atmosphere combined with the culture and appeal of a smaller college town. You can find superb sushi down the block and sawdust dance floors and folks enjoying both on any given night. Bozeman is truly unique in that way.

The outdoor-recreational opportunities surrounding Bozeman are simply unparalleled. Just 25 minutes away is the cold-smoke powder of Bridger Bowl, nationally-respected, yet never crowded. If fly fishing is your passion, Bozeman is at the center of the fly fishing universe, offering world-class wild trout fishing on the Yellowstone, Gallatin, and Madison rivers, not to mention endless feeder streams and spring creeks that course through nearby valleys.

Everyone should see Yellowstone National Park at least once in his or her life, and for residents of North Pass, that’s not a problem – The Park is only an hour’s drive. Should they choose a weekend getaway instead, Glacier National Park is only about 4 hours to the north, offering an entirely different yet equally impressive ecosystem.

Back at the ranch, hiking, horseback riding, and cross-country skiing are available right outside your back door – and watchable wildlife like elk, mule deer, eagles, sandhill cranes, ruffed grouse and moose may be found in your backyard on any given morning.

The Owners and Developers of North Pass have selected Terry L. Covin to be the Preferred Designer and Builder for this wonderful area. If you would like to be one of the ‘fortunate few’ to own a home at North Pass, please contact him at 406.586.9432.

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