LonePine Realty

Hiring Lone Pine Realty to list your property or help you find the perfect place will be one of the best experiences you will encounter. We work as a team in our office and have the most to offer. Cliff, the Broker/Owner of the company knows the real estate process better than anyone with 43 years under his belt. Lou, Broker Associate, a native to the valley and agent for 24 years knows the Bitterroot and the extra special areas it offers. Wanda, Realtor®, knows houses and buildings with over 20 years’ experience in the construction industry. Contact us today for all your real estate needs.

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The Bitterroot Valley is located between the beautiful mountain ranges of the Sapphire and Bitterroot Mountains in Western Montana. The Bitterroot River runs the 96 mile stretch of our valley floor and offers wonderful fishing, rafting, and recreation.  The stunning mountain ranges provide unlimited hiking, skiing, horseback riding, and an abundance of wildlife activity.

Enjoy the four seasons this valley has to offer along with our moderate year round climate. We are known as the “Banana Belt” of Montana. Spring time brings fresh blooms and leaves, new born livestock and wildlife, and singing of the birds. Summer time offers camping, boating, fishing, and all outdoor activities possible. Enjoy the warm long days with slightly cool nights. Fall is a time for the trees to explode with color and the Canadian Geese to head south. It is a great time to get in year-end hiking trips. Winter comes with anticipation from skiers and snowmobilers around, waiting to play in the fresh “powder”. While winters in the valley are typically mild temperatures, the higher elevations offer some of the finest powder.  Our valley is full of events and festivals accommodating the likes of many. Join the fun at the Ravalli County Fair, Darby Logger Days, Creamery Picnic, or Apple Days in October.

Our Bitterroot Valley offers a lifestyle for everyone. It is a great place to raise a family, retire, meet new people, get involved with the community or simply relax at home in the serenity of the country.  Attend a live play year round at two local playhouses, grab a friend for first Friday and make it an evening, or head off to one of the four farmers markets around. Volunteer your time; the Bitterroot Valley has many opportunities for individuals to give their time to help out local people or organizations.

The Bitterroot Valley is truly the best place to live!