is a historic gold town located in the middle of the Little Rocky Mountains. It
has been home to farmers, ranchers, sheepmen, miners, storekeepers, loggers, teamsters and outlaws, among others.
Zortman now is a small community
surrounded by lots of opportunities. Within a short distance lie many interesting
places to visit. Beside the Little Rockies with their natural rock bridges and
gold mine, the Charles Russell National Wildlife Refuge, Missouri River breaks and the Fort
Peck Lake lay just to the south. The Fort Belknap Indian Reservation, the Milk River,
Bears Paw Mountains,
Nelson Reservoir and Canada lie behind the mountains from
There is camping, hiking, float trips,
self guided nature tours, gold panning, pow-wows, fishing and hunting.
For those who just like to kick back
and let the world go by for awhile, the Zortman area provides the perfect spot. For
those who don’t want to be quite so out of touch, the information highway runs right through Zortman. There are several small businesses in the area already taking advantage of the future.
Check out our area, we will welcome you.