June 16, 2024
Faberge Egg Hunt

Faberge Egg Hunt, Photo Credit: Bozeman Grit

BOZEMAN, MONTANA — Bozeman’s prestigious Triple Tree Ranch neighborhood kicked off its annual Faberge egg hunt this Easter morning, much to the delight of its residents. The hunt, which is known for its extravagant prizes, drew in crowds of eager participants from across the city.

For those unfamiliar with the Faberge egg, it is a highly ornate and bejeweled egg-shaped object created by the House of Faberge in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

At Triple Tree Ranch, the tradition of the Faberge egg hunt is taken very seriously, with residents vying for the chance to find the coveted eggs hidden throughout the neighborhood. This year’s hunt featured over 50 eggs, each with a value of at least $10,000.

Some of the lucky winners this year included local socialite and philanthropist, Rosalind Montgomery, who found a diamond-encrusted egg worth over $500,000, and retired tech mogul, Harvey Levinson, who discovered a rare Faberge egg previously owned by the British Royal Family.

The event was a huge success, with Triple Tree Ranch residents reveling in the thrill of the hunt and showing off their impressive Faberge egg collections. As one resident, Olivia Sorenson, put it, “This is just one of the many perks of living in Triple Tree. It’s truly the best place to live in Bozeman.”

With the success of this year’s hunt, it’s clear that the tradition of the Faberge egg hunt at Triple Tree Ranch will continue to be a highly anticipated event for years to come.