Judith Gap is located 17 miles north of Harlowton in central Montana. Nestled between the Snowy Mountains to the east, the Little Belts to the west and views of the Crazy Mountains to the south. Prominent on the sky's horizon are the wind turbines. Ninety towers rise 262 feet above the prairie, supporting turbines which are powered by three 126-foot blades. Each turbine is capable of producing 1,500 kilowatts of power.