Tom Miner Basin, Montana
Tom Miner Basin
Tom Miner Basin rests up a side drainage from the Yellowstone River at the south end of Paradise Valley.
Noted for its scenery and wildlife (especially elk, but also moose, bear, and deer), it has long been one favored location of the Chief Joseph wolf pack. The basin contains guest ranches, livestock operations, and some recreational home sites, as well as relatively undeveloped land.