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Granite Peak Beef Box - New York Strip, Rib Steak + More

Granite Peak Beef Box - New York Strip, Rib Steak + More

Regular price $155.00 USD
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Box Includes: (approx. 11lb of prime grade/choice+ beef)

  • 2x - 12oz New York Strip Steaks
  • 2x - 16oz Rib Steak
  • 2x - 1lb Packages Steak Strips (great for fajitas, stir fry, finger steaks & more)
  • 1.5lb Package of Stew Meat
  • 5x - 1lb Packages Ground Beef

Save 10% on your box when purchased in our Bridger Storefront

Elevate your upcoming menu with some of the finest quality cuts of beef sourced from responsibly-raised Angus cattle in the foothills of the Beartooth Mountains of Montana.

To promise the highest nutrient density for our consumers, all Carbon County Meats beef are pastured on grass and finished with regeneratively-farmed crops grown local to Carbon County, Montana by 6th generation Montana farm - Schlemmer Farms.

Finished to a perfect Prime/Choice+ Grade product, this beef will not only provide you with all the essential nutrients and vitamins that red meat offers, but it will offer a melt-in-your-mouth experience every time you cook.

To learn more about regenerative farming, soil health, and its affects on the nutrient profile of your meat, read more on The Watering Hole blog!



History of Granite Peak

Granite Peak is the highest peak in the Beartooth Mountains, located in the state of Montana, United States. Here is a brief history of Granite Peak and the Beartooth Mountains:

Geological Formation: The Beartooth Mountains were formed thousands of years ago during the Laramide orogeny, a period of mountain-building in the western United States. The mountains are primarily composed of granite, which gives Granite Peak its name.

Native American Presence: The Beartooth Mountains have a long history of Native American presence. Tribes such as the Crow, Shoshone, and Sioux inhabited the region and used the mountains for hunting, gathering, and spiritual purposes.

Exploration and Naming: The first recorded ascent of Granite Peak was made by Elers Koch, a German immigrant, in 1923. He named the peak "Granite Peak" due to its composition. However, Native American tribes had their own names for the mountain, such as "Ahsoka" by the Crow tribe.

Mountaineering: Granite Peak has since become a popular destination for mountaineers and outdoor enthusiasts. Its challenging terrain and remote location make it a sought-after summit for experienced climbers. The peak is known for its rugged beauty and panoramic views of the surrounding Beartooth Mountains.

Protection and Conservation: The Beartooth Mountains, including Granite Peak, are part of the Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness, designated in 1978. This wilderness area covers over one million acres and is managed by the U.S. Forest Service. The designation ensures the preservation of the natural and cultural resources of the region.

Today, Granite Peak and the Beartooth Mountains continue to attract adventurers and nature lovers who seek the thrill of climbing, hiking, and exploring this stunning mountain range.

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