Ear Mountain Wildlife Management Area

Ear Mountain
Ear Mountain Wildlife Management Area (WMA) was established in 1976. The WMA was purchased to provide access to federally managed lands along the Rocky Mountain Front and sustain and protect wildlife habitat with special emphasis on winter range habitat for mule deer and bighorn sheep. The WMA lies on the eastern slope of the Rocky Mountain Front and has diverse intermountain foothill grassland habitat composed of significant grass range, timber, browse meadows, riparian zones and rocky and barren ground.
  1. Open Noon May 15 - December 1. See Travel Plan Map. Travel Plan specifies access road, specific parking/camping locations and other information. Bear presence (grizzly and black) - stay alert and adhere to food storage requirements.
  1. Management Restriction Commercial use prohibited.
Region 4
Latitude/Longitude: 47.8396729202 -112.664303868
Size:  acres
Elevation:  ft
Open: May 15 to Dec 1
Western Teton County, approximately 31 miles west of Choteau via the Teton County road. Or approximately 23 miles west of Choteau via the Belleview road.

 Location Map

Title Description Fee
Conservation License - MT Resident $8.00
Conservation License - MT Resident Senior 62+ $4.00
Conservation License - MT Resident Youth 12-17 $4.00
Conservation License - Nonresident $10.00
Non-motorized public access only
Pack in/Pack out
Primitive Campsite
Horseback Riding
Wildlife Viewing
Bighorn Sheep
Black Bear
Blue Grouse
Mountain Grouse
Mule Deer
White-tailed Deer
  1. Brent Lonner blonner@mt.gov
  2. Mailing Address:
  3. PO Box 488
  5. 59436
  6. Phone:(406)467-2488