Southwest Montana Videos

A collection of short (1-6 min) southwest Montana and Ruby Valley related videos skimmed from YouTube. The history video is 15 minutes. Take a peek into the Greater Ruby Valley Culture from a variety of perspectives. Twin Bridges Montana, Sheridan Montana, fishing, cowboys and cowgirls. Sit a spell and enjoy!

Twin Bridges, Montana – A Bird’s Eye View
4:52  View Twin Bridges, Montana, the local airport, and surrounding area from a drone. Courtesy of Frank Colwell. Produced by Montana Homes and Ranches by Aerial Drone Videos, Aug 05, 15
Sheridan, Montana. A Bird’s Eye View
5:09  Great overview of Sheridan, Montana. Courtesy of member, Frank Colwell. Montana Homes and Ranches by Aerial Drone Videos - Jul 20, 2015
Southwest Montana’s Cowboy Culture (1:00)
Montana Cowboys. Generations of ranchers.. Cowboys, cowgirls, and ranch kids from southwest Montana ranch families. Photographed and produced by Montana cowgirl, Susan Marxer of Saddlescenes Photogrshow more
aphy. Thanks to Montana's Singing Cowboy, Ken Overcast for use of "Montana Lullaby" - Montana's official State Lullaby.show less
2015 Youth Rodeo Twin Bridges
Small-town America at its finest! Youth Rodeo contestant photo preview--2-min. See albums posted at Saddlescenes Photography & Design Facebook page for the rest. All contestants included. 2015 3-Rshow more
ivers Arena Club Youth Rodeo at Madison County Fairgrounds. ~Susan Marxershow less
Innovate Montana: Quality of Life
Montana is the last best place to raise a family, build a business, and be part of a great community that enjoys a quality of live that is unsurpassed. What's in your business's back yard?show more
ivers Arena Club Youth Rodeo at Madison County Fairgrounds. ~Susan Marxershow less
Been Around a Long Time
15:39 - NRCS - features historical photos and discussion with veteran conservationists, Art Christensen and Byron Martinell, from the Beaverhead Conservation District. As we celebrate the 75th annivershow more
sary of the Natural Resources Conservation Service, we remember the early days of the conservation movement and the importance of partnership to its success both then and now. We recall the hard times of the 1920s and 1930s and the hard work of conservation-minded Montana farmers and ranchers as they formed local conservation districts over the following decades. Voluntary conservation on private lands, supported by the local, state, and federal partnership, is still the most successful way to inspire stewardship in the hearts and minds of farmers and ranchers.show less
Bike Camp in Twin Bridges, MT
Review by PathLessPedaled.com 6:18show more
sary of the Natural Resources Conservation Service, we remember the early days of the conservation movement and the importance of partnership to its success both then and now. We recall the hard times of the 1920s and 1930s and the hard work of conservation-minded Montana farmers and ranchers as they formed local conservation districts over the following decades. Voluntary conservation on private lands, supported by the local, state, and federal partnership, is still the most successful way to inspire stewardship in the hearts and minds of farmers and ranchers.show less
Riding the Ruby
Moving cattle with Max & Terri Moltich at Warm Springs Grazing Association Cow Camp. Billy Flynn & Sherri, and ranch reps Eli Nordquist and Rob Holden from the Hamilton Ranch, and Dan Doornbosshow more
, Ryan Ellis, Tel Miller, and Ray & Sue Marxer for Sauerbier Ranch. Alder Montana, July 2013. ~Susan Marxershow less
It Ain’t Lookin’ Too Good
Took my new work camera to give it a test drive. Had to hold off starting the day for a couple of hours because of a storm, but it turned out to be a perfect day in my favorite place to ride gatheringshow more
cattle. ~Susan Marxershow less
Twin Bridges, Montana Tour
Highlights of the "Twin Bridges, Montana Tour" on http://www.MontanaPictures.Net "The website for people homesick for Montana."show more
cattle. ~Susan Marxershow less
Town of Sheridan Montana The Heart of the Ruby Valley
...The land is surrounded by the Madison, Tobacco Root, Ruby and Gravelly Mountain ranges and proximate to the blue ribbon waters of the Ruby, Beaverhead, Madison, and Jefferson Rivers creating the hushow more
b better known as the Ruby Valley. Historic Nevada & Virginia City lie just 17 miles south with summer offerings that include the Virginia City Players Theater and Brewery Follies cabaret along with numerous historical and tourist activities. Commercial air service, expanded commercial and social enterprise and university systems are available in nearby Butte (pop 33,892) about 54 miles north via Highway 41 or 87 miles west via MT Hwy 287 in Bozeman (pop 30, 723)... ~Jack Lebershow less
Horses Run in Southwest Montana at Upper Canyon Outfitters!
Gathering the horses at Upper Canyon Outfitters after the fresh fallen snow in Southwest Montana. Jake is exhausted! ~Donna McDonaldshow more
b better known as the Ruby Valley. Historic Nevada & Virginia City lie just 17 miles south with summer offerings that include the Virginia City Players Theater and Brewery Follies cabaret along with numerous historical and tourist activities. Commercial air service, expanded commercial and social enterprise and university systems are available in nearby Butte (pop 33,892) about 54 miles north via Highway 41 or 87 miles west via MT Hwy 287 in Bozeman (pop 30, 723)... ~Jack Lebershow less
SouthWest Montana’s Lewis and Clark Caverns
Lewis and Clark Caverns State Park is Montana's first and best-known state park featuring one of the most decorated limestone caverns in the Northwest. Naturally air conditioned, these spectacular cavshow more
es lined with stalactites, stalagmites, columns, and helictites are electrically lighted and safe to visit. Above ground, a self-guided nature trail provides opportunities to understand the natural surroundings. ~From Southwest Montana's youtube channelshow less
Southwest Montana Winter Adventure
Winter in Montana--snowmobiling, snow shoeing, a fun ATV ride and skiing are all part of a Winter Adventure in Montana!! ~From Southwest Montana's youtube channelshow more
es lined with stalactites, stalagmites, columns, and helictites are electrically lighted and safe to visit. Above ground, a self-guided nature trail provides opportunities to understand the natural surroundings. ~From Southwest Montana's youtube channelshow less
Fall in Southwest Montana
Enjoy the amazing colors of Fall in Southwest Montana set to an incredible original piano composition by Mark Walker. ~From Southwest Montana's youtube channelshow more
es lined with stalactites, stalagmites, columns, and helictites are electrically lighted and safe to visit. Above ground, a self-guided nature trail provides opportunities to understand the natural surroundings. ~From Southwest Montana's youtube channelshow less
Fishing in Southwest Montana
Wherever you travel in Southwest Montana, you are bound to find some fantastic fishing. Southwest Montana has some of the highest quality natural trout streams in the US, including the Ruby River, theshow more
Big Hole River and the Beaverhead River. These rivers are known for some of the finest fly fishing around. If you prefer lake fishing, we have plenty of that too! ~From Southwest Montana's youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/goldwestmontanashow less