The Grizzly Den Cabin

The Grizzly Den Cabin

260 Birch Road

Troy, MT 59935


LIST PRICE: $245,000

Bonners ferry, idaho: 1.5 Hours

Libby, Montana: 45 Min

Lake koocanusa, montana: 1 hour

Kalispell, Montana: 2.5 Hours

Eureka, Montana: 1.5 hours

Fernie, british columbia: 2.5 hours

Forested mountains lie beyond the river valley, giving our county its unique picturesque beauty.The National Forest lands include camping, hiking, fishing, hunting, skiing and snowmobiling. The recreational opportunities in our county are limitless.​ Bonners Ferry

The Libby area is offers over 2 million acres of public lands for the outdoor recreationist.  High mountain lakes, miles of streams, and the Kootenai River beckon the angler.  

The area has good hunting for deer, elk, moose, bear and mountain sheep with many local Outfitters & Guides available for out-of-state hunters.  Libby MT

Lake Koocanusa is home to a variety of fish species. Sport fish include rainbow trout, west slope cutthroat, brook trout, kokanee salmon (blueback), burbot (ling), whitefish and Kamloops (a strain of rainbow trout). A valid Montana fishing license is required to fish any Montana waters.​ Lake Koocanusa

As Montana’s seventh largest city and the seat of Flathead County, a half-hour to the east lies the rugged grandeur of Glacier National Park and fifteen minutes to the south is Flathead Lake, the largest natural freshwater lake west of the Mississippi. Encompassing the valley is the Flathead National Forest – 2.3 million acres of federally protected public land, home to abundant wildlife, including grizzly and black bears, moose, deer, elk, mountain goats, bighorn sheep and wolves. Kalispell Chamber

Eureka provides easy access to nearby lakes—such as the Ten Lakes Scenic Area—and surrounding Forest Service lands with miles of hiking trails, fishing streams, camping areas, groomed snowmobiling trails and cross-country skiing trails. Visit NW Montana

Located within the Elk Valley, Fernie lies in the Southeastern corner of British Columbia right in the heart of the Canadian Rockies. Fernie Fly Fishing

Surrounding Areas