Fleecer Cabin

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Located in the Fleecer Mountain Range, 15 miles south of Butte, this cabin was built in 1924 and has been used as headquarters for Forest Service crews since it was built. The cabin is available May 1st through January 2nd unless seasonal Forest Service crews are stationed at the cabin during the summer. Access to the Conitinental Divide National Scenic Trail is located one mile from the cabin. The cabin has electricity, water, and indoor bathroom, and heat. It consists of two bedrooms that will accommodate five people. A corral and pasture are adjacent to the cabin. The cabin has electricity (lights, stove, and refrigerator), indoor plumbing (no hot water) and oil/wood heat. There are two bedrooms that will sleep five people (two bunkbeds and a single bed). Horse facilities are available at the cabin. The cabin is available for rent from May 1 to January 2. The cabin is accessible by passenger vehicle during snow-free periods of the year. Snow conditions may require 4-wheel drive vehicle, snowmobile, snowshoe, or cross country ski access. Blowing and drifting snow can be expected during snowy conditions. Be prepared with shovel or skis if using a vehicle. Water and restrooms available.  $40/night fee.

Directions:

From Butte take I-15/I-90 west for approximately 7 miles. Merge onto I-15 south and continue for approximately 12 miles. Take Feely exit (no. 111) and drive west onto Forest Service road #96 (Divide Creek Road) for approximately 2.5 miles; turn left onto Forest Service road #447 and drive for one mile. As the road begins to climb, turn left and go down the hill to the gate. The cabin is located approximately 0.25 miles from the gate. Be sure to keep the gate closed during your stay. The road is a gravel road suitable for passenger vehicle access except during snow conditions.

Courtesy of USDA Forest Service

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