Albany County, Wyoming & Larimer County, Colorado
Just reduced! Now $3,200,000.
Now offered individually, the headquarters of the 7,635 total acre Bull Mountain Ranch is a highly desirable combination of a traditional working ranch and high-end sporting property. The ranch includes approximately 7 miles of mountain streams and shares over 11 miles of border with thousands of acres of the Roosevelt National Forest, BLM and State Trust Land.
Just reduced! Now $1,550,000.
Situated on the Laramie Plains in south central Wyoming, the Spring Creek Ranch controls 3,190+/- acres of productive Wyoming prairie. Water is abundant on the ranch with potential to irrigate approximately 500 acres, and numerous springs, creeks and reservoirs provide a year round water source for livestock and wildlife.
Price Reduced! Now $4,900,000.
This 694 +/- deeded acre ranch is a very productive multiple use ranch, including hay, cattle, equestrian, and recreational attributes. A true turn-key operation, this property offers valuable water rights, irrigated meadows, and a variety of wildlife.
Price Reduced! Now $2,450,000.
Located in southeastern Wyoming just north of the Colorado border, the Twin Mountain Ranch consists of approximately 2,130 acres with agricultural production and premier hunting for elk, mule deer and antelope.
Located between Laramie and Wheatland, this property offers some excellent summer grazing, watered pastures and a thriving habitat for a resident elk herd, huge mule deer and an endless supply of antelope.
Big Horn, Wyoming
Striking views of the Bighorn Mountains, abundant wildlife, and open spaces are what the Wallick Ranch represents in a truly rare ranch market in the Big Horn area. The ranch is comprised of 153 deeded acres, which includes a variety of native grassland foothills, irrigated meadows, and forested riparian.
Overlooking the North Platte River, 5 miles from Saratoga, Wyoming, the 110 +/- acre Riverbend on the North Platte is a high end western estate featuring extensive improvements with inspiring views of the river valley and surrounding snow-capped peaks.
The 1,800 acre T Bar T Ranch near historical Sheridan, Wyoming, represents a truly extraordinary “end of the road” recreational ranch at the base of the Big Horn Mountains. Includes exceptional trout fishery, bountiful wildlife, stunning natural beauty, vast recreational opportunities, western history, and inherent privacy.
Situated in the shadow of Reese Mountain on the banks of the Laramie River is the Hammer Stone Ranch, a retreat near Wheatland, Wyoming and three hours from Denver. The 160 +/-acres is a true sanctuary for hunting and fishing alike.
Big Horn, Wyoming
A true family legacy ranch in the Big Horn area, Kirven Ranch offers traditional agricultural and recreational values in the highly sought area of Big Horn and Sheridan, Wyoming. Totaling 2,237 +/- acres, the property offers water rights, excellent wildlife habitat, improvements and close proximity to equestrian amenities.
Just reduced to $2,995,000!
One of the most historic guest ranch operations in the region and located in the heart of the wild and scenic Wind River Mountains, the Triangle C Ranch resort is located at the base of Togwotee Pass and the renowned Pinnacle Buttes, the gateway to Jackson Hole and Yellowstone National Park. The resort is operated on approximately 65 acres within the Shoshone and Bridger-Teton National Forests with the famed Wind River meandering through the resort area.
Set along the foothills of the Laramie Mountains near Wheatland, Wyoming and three hours from Denver, this 4,220 deeded acre ranch offers a combination traditional working ranch and fine sporting property.
Spotted Horse, Wyoming
The Smith Ranch is a great cattle ranch operation located in some of the strongest grass country in the region. Consisting of approx. 10,633 acres, the ranch features dryland/riparian meadow hay production and native pasture able to support the owner rated ranch capacity of 340 animal units (AU’s).
Steele Creek Ranch is one of the most scenic and private mountain frontage ranches on the east slope of the Big Horn Mountains. The property features a custom designed log home, a diversity of terrain and habitat, an abundance of wildlife, Steel Creek running through the property, and seclusion with a short drive to town.
The Piney Creek Ranch provides immense opportunities for the avid sportsman. Piney Creek meanders approximately 2 miles through the ranch, while the property provides wildlife habitat for several species.
Big Horn, Wyoming
The Peralta Ranch is a rare ranch offering in the highly sought Big Horn area. The ranch is conveniently located near the base of the Big Horn Mountains, a gateway to endless recreational opportunities.
Situated along the bank of Pathfinder Reservoir south of Alcova, Wyoming, the 3,500 +/- deeded acre Canyon Creek Ranch is a highly desirable combination of a traditional working ranch and high-end sporting property.
The Brush Creek Ranch is a traditional working cattle ranch comprised of two units that make up a total of approximately 4,874 deeded acres and 660 acres of BLM leases. The Laramie Plains Unit offers excellent summer grazing while the Headquarters Unit is in hay production. The ranch can be purchased in its entirety or as two separate units: the Headquarters Unit is $1,400,000 and the Laramie Plains Unit is $916,200.
A unique 3,500+ acre diversified sporting ranch in the Laramie Mountains west of Wheatland, Wyoming, Johnson Sheep Mountain Ranch offers fly fishing along private stretches of the North Laramie River and world class hunting for mule deer and elk.
Red Fork Mountain Camp (RFMC) is located in the high county of the Big Horn Mountain Range, in north-central Wyoming, home of some of the finest big-game hunting in the intermountain west.
Robinson Canyon Ranch is truly an incredible end-of-the road ranch/retreat, with towering vistas, seclusion, and world-class hunting and fishing opportunities.
Nestled within the Laramie Mountain near Wheatland, Wyoming and less than three hours from Denver, this approximately 2,000 deeded acre ranch offers world class deer and elk hunting.
Big Horn, Wyoming
The OH Ranch is truly a rare opportunity to own a prominent and historic ranch with unparalleled sporting features and conservation values. The OH Ranch is located at the base of Little Goose Canyon and the magnificent Bighorn Mountains, near the desirable communities of Big Horn and Sheridan, Wyoming.
This 1,586 acre mountain ranch with 1.5 miles of the Little Piney Creek borders the Bighorn National Forest, along the eastern slope of the famed Big Horn Mountains.
With redstone outcroppings set against the rise of the Bighorn Mountains, the Springs Ranch sports world-class big-game hunting, incredible vistas, seclusion, and traditional agricultural opportunities.
The Old 28 Ranch is one of the most historical cattle ranches in northern Wyoming, dating back to the days of the Johnson County Cattle War.
The Three Creeks Ranch (aka Lower 28 Ranch) is an outstanding working cattle ranch located along the eastern foothills of the Big Horn Mountains, near Buffalo, Wyoming.
This 2,168 +/- acre ranch offers world-class hunting for trophy deer and elk set against an incredible backdrop of red rocks and spectacular scenery.
Platte County, Wyoming
Devil's Washtub is an authentic and picturesque western cattle ranch that also offers excellent fly-fishing, hunting and other recreational opportunities.