Located within the coveted GMU 40 at the top of Pinon Mesa, with some of the very best trophy elk and mule deer hunting in the State
Approximately 2.5 miles of North Lobe Creek frontage offers great private fishing opportunities
Prime wildlife habitat with elevations ranging from 8,700 to 9,600 feet that includes grassy meadows bisected by creek drainages that are surrounded by aspen groves, dark timber, ponds, springs, and seeps
Borders the Grand Mesa National Forest for 1.3 miles which greatly expands the scope of recreational opportunities
Unlimited recreational opportunities include world-class big game hunting, hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking, ATVing, snowmobiling, and cross-country skiing
Approximately a one-hour drive to Grand Junction with all its great restaurants, wineries, shopping, commercial air service, blossoming arts scene, river walk, and the Colorado National Monument
Vast Acreage: With 458 deeded acres and 918 total acres, Coyote Creek Ranch offers extensive landscapes to explore and enjoy, with ample room for various activities and pursuits.
Prime Hunting Opportunities: Positioned in Elk Unit Area 7, Deer Area 64, and Antelope Area 103, this ranch boasts highly coveted hunting opportunities. The diverse habitats promote a healthy, thriving population of local game.
Diverse Habitats and Water Frontage: Unique frontage from North Horseshoe Creek and Coyote Creek, and diverse habitats make this ranch a haven for various species and offer scenic beauty year-round.
Water Rights: The ranch comes with water rights for 120 acres of native hay meadows.
Recreation and Conservation: Ideal for both recreation and conservation, this versatile property caters to nature enthusiasts, conservationists, and adventurers alike, offering a myriad of opportunities.
The ranch contains 843 deeded acres and is surrounded by tens of thousands of acres of public land, all accessible for backcountry horseback riding and ATV’ing.
Previously the premium land holding of the neighboring Mountain Island Ranches.
The guest lodge is ideal for accommodating clients or family and includes a catering kitchen with a butler pantry, wood burning fireplace, and 2 wood-burning stoves.
Picture Gallery Ranch is accessible year-round and at 6,100 ft, living at the ranch provides a break from harsh northern Utah & Colorado winters and hot summers.
90 acres on the ranch can be irrigated – irrigation and stock watering rights associated with Picture Gallery ranch will transfer to a new owner.
Hunting for deer and elk on the ranch is available through Limited Entry and General Season tags through the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources. Direct access is available to the adjacent Colorado Unit 40 trophy elk unit
3/4 mile of Coates Creek winds through the southern portion of the ranch, where visitors can explore rock outcroppings adorned with petroglyphs.
A conservation easement is in place which allows for agricultural, recreational, hunting, and tourism operations.
The Miller Time family compound sits at the base of a hillside overlooking hundreds of acres of lush pasture with dramatic snowcapped mountains as a backdrop.
The ranch’s main home + helipad, guest houses, and accessory buildings are conveniently located off Highway 89 between the communities of Fairview & Mount Pleasant.
The ranch encompasses 800+ acres with grazing and hay production plus over a mile of Sanpitch River frontage.
Ownership of the Miller Time Ranch includes valuable water rights plus majority ownership in 3 irrigation companies. Approximately 400 acres of the ranch are under irrigation.
The 14,000 sq ft main house includes 9 bedrooms and 9 bathrooms as well as an oversized 7-car garage complex plus an attached garage apartment.
A spectacular and recently built 64’ x 84’ timber frame barn on the ranch can be used for private events, weddings, and family gatherings.
Included in the sale of Miller Time Ranch are cattle, farming equipment, wheel lines, corrals, and vehicles.
A variety of wildlife including elk, deer, turkey, and bald eagles visit the ranch. Hunting for deer and elk on the ranch is available through over-the-counter tags from the State of Utah.
Stretches of the Sanpitch River offer great Fly Fishing for brook, brown as well as rainbow trout.
The ranch is set up as an ideal equestrian property with 2 barns, a tack room, several corrals, and riding pens in addition to an extensive trail system in the area.
Sanpete County includes the communities of Spring City, Fairview, and Mount Pleasant. This quiet region of the State has become a popular destination for visitors escaping the hustle and bustle of the Wasatch front.
Stunning, off-grid, luxury log home built by North America’s premier log home builder featuring extraordinary finishes and meticulous attention to detail throughout the home.
566 acres of high mountain recreation land with trophy elk and mule deer hunting with readily available licenses located in Colorado Big Game unit 851.
Located on the eastern slope of the Culebra Mountain Range, part of the Sangre de Cristo chain, in south-central Colorado. The gentle topography, along with an ideal mix of aspens, spruce, pine fir, and mountain meadows offers fantastic wildlife habitat along with 365-degree views and unparalleled privacy.
The ranch is unencumbered; this is a high-value area for land trusts – and Bonito Canyon Ranch would be a perfect candidate for conservation if the new owner is so inclined.
The ranch has completed numerous forestry and wildlife habitat enhancement projects including small clear cuts that are reseeded with wildlife-friendly blends and thinning projects which serve to enhance wildlife habitat, encourage healthier forests, and mitigate fire risk.
Completely surrounded by larger well known and managed lands.
The home is tastefully decorated and all furnishings are included in the sale.
30 minutes from food, grocery, and gasoline in Stonewall, Colorado.
Well-balanced sheep and cattle operation with livestock handling facilities, water resources, and grazing of over 6,000 AUMs on adjacent public land leases (cattle and sheep)
The property has 3.3 miles of river frontage along the Yampa River
Significant water resources with 17.78 cfs of senior water rights out of the Yampa River irrigating over 751 acres with approximately 300 acres under pivot
18,205 deeded acres intermixed with over 77,000 acres of BLM and State lands* for a total of 95,205 acres
Located within GMU 10 one of Colorado’s top trophy hunting units, and also GMU 11
Prime habitat for Elk, Mule Deer, Pronghorn, and Greater Sage Grouse and home to one of the largest migratory elk herds in North America
Incomparable conservation values with important wildlife habitat, water resources, riparian areas, native species, and dramatic scenery
Conservation easement on 16,069 acres can be subdivided into 2 parcels with building envelopes attached to each subdivision.
Historic 2-story employee housing with 5 bedrooms. 2 baths; another 1,663 sq.t. Employee housing with 3 bedrooms, and 1 ¾ baths; 7,500 Mortenson shop with 3,000 feet enclosed; calving barn and corrals.
Beautiful mountain property with over 1 ¼ miles of Williams Fork River frontage
Completely renovated home overlooking the river and access to adjacent BLM Lands with year-round access all within 2 hours of Denver and less than 45 minutes to Summit County ski areas or Winter Park
The Williams Fork River is a tributary of the Colorado River with headwaters just west of Berthoud Pass
The property’s stretch of river is easily wadeable from either side of the bank and produces rainbows, browns, and the occasional cutthroat and brook trout
Newly renovated, very comfortable 3 bedroom, 3 bath home with deck overlooking the river
Unencumbered by Conservation Easements allowing the new owner the ability to either conserve or develop
The current owner has invested significant resources to mitigate beetle kill timber, which in turn reduces fire danger, improves aesthetic values, and also encourages new growth native grasses, aspen, pine, spruce, and fir
Recreational opportunities abound not only on the ranch but also in the vicinity from fly fishing on the property to other nearby gold medal waters on the Williams Fork and nearby Colorado and Blue Rivers
Other outdoor activities such as hiking, biking, boating, downhill or cross-country skiing, and hunting can all be enjoyed on or around the property and surrounding Arapaho National Forest areas
2 ponds covering approximately 3 acres stocked with Bluegill, Rainbow Trout, and Catfish fed by a shallow alluvial water well
Waterfowl and upland bird habitat complete with willows, and cottonwood trees attracting over 200 bird species including migrating waterfowl
An estimated 261 acre-feet per year of non tributary groundwater available from the Fox-Hills Aquifer
Agate Reservoir is an off-stream reservoir with a capacity of 7,727 acre-feet of adjudicated water storage (Note that this amount of storage is high and historically, the reservoir provides irrigation rights for 70 acres and up to 605 acre-ft of water could be developed on an annual basis)
Another well provides water for livestock
Big game hunting for elk, white-tail deer, mule deer, and antelope
Numerous grasses including Alfalfa, Brome, Millet, Buffalo Grass, Dry Mix: 5-seed Grass Crop, Timothy Grass and Sunflowers
Redstone Reserve is located in the Redstone/Masonville area west of Fort Collins and Loveland CO in Larimer County, near the junction of County Road 25E and 38E. It is in the foothills/hogback country just southwest of Horsetooth Reservoir. County Road 25E is also known as Redstone Canyon Road; it bisects the property, separating the riparian area to the east from the more mountainous shrubland acreage to the west;
Although only fifteen minutes to both Fort Collins and Loveland, the area has been largely preserved by Larimer County and the City of Fort Collins, with Redstone Reserve being adjacent to Horsetooth Mountain Park and Open Space and Culver Open Space;
The large redstone-crowned mesa that serves as the backdrop to the property and its main residential area rises 850 feet over the property to the east, sheltering the property from the metro area;
Redstone Creek traverses the property from north to south; it is a seasonal stream that supports a healthy cottonwood-lined riparian area;
While the main operations of the ranch are located along the creek at a comfortable, four-season elevation of 5,400 feet, The Reserve is home to many elevation changes and orientations, and thus possesses a diversity of scenic resources and ecological communities, from foothills grassland, to mountain mahogany shrublands, to ponderosa pine woodlands, and desert cacti. Larimer County and Fort Collins’ Open Space programs found the property’s attributes to be compelling enough to work with the current owner to preserve those values – details on its conservation easement (CE) are below, or contact the listing agent;
Horsetooth Reservoir is a popular recreational area for boating, fishing, and paddleboarding, and has beaches for swimming and picnicking, too; it is a five-minute drive from the property;
Fort Collins is home to Colorado State University and a vibrant downtown filled with restaurants, shopping, music, and culture;
The Northern Colorado Airport for private aircraft is 20 minutes away in Loveland, and Rocky Mountain National Park is forty minutes away in Estes Park.
50,039 acres of beautifully diverse mountain terrain in northern New Mexico rising nearly 1,800’ in elevation from the plains
Practically surrounded by Ted Turner’s Vermejo Park Ranch, biologists estimate there are over 10,000 elk that roam the more than 600,000 acres that comprise the Dawson Elk Valley Ranch and its neighbor
11 miles of Vermejo River bottomland meadows and riparian cottonwood-willow woodlands containing 17 river/streambank miles
Thousands of acres of mountainous pinon-juniper, woodland, and ponderosa pine forest, and cottonwood lined riparian corridor along the Vermejo River
Abundant wildlife including elk, deer, antelope, turkey, bear, and lion
Within an hour of the communities of Raton, Angel Fire, and Red River; all with basic amenities and the latter two with operating ski areas
Located in Bonner Peak Ranch, a gated ranch community just outside of Ft. Collins, where many residents can explore the national forest surrounding their properties
Only a 25-min drive to the wonderful, award-winning college town of Fort Collins and all of its great restaurants, culture, and shops;
Hiking from the property to the adjacent Roosevelt National Forest;
With a total of 4,457 sq ft of improvements, the custom main residence totals 3,366 square feet, with 3 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms, large patios, private decks, walking trails, and a garden;
A 1,400 sqft. Primary bedroom
A fully-equipped Professional kitchen complete with stainless steel countertops and a six-burner gas range with two ovens
Craftsman furniture specially designed for the home is included with the sale
An additional studio/workshop/flex-space – this separate, 1,091 square-foot structure is a short stroll from the Main Residence that is ready to be used as a guest house, a studio, an artist studio (current use), or whatever a family needs;
A Finnish Sauna with a cold plunge and unencumbered views is one of many wellness offerings/activities offered at the property
One of the most beloved, well-known properties in the greater Roaring Fork Valley as a result of the Dallenbach family’s longtime hospitality and stewardship. Many locals and visitors have attended events large and small hosted at the ranch, including the Colorado 500, weddings, and the numerous non-profit fundraisers that often take place on the emerald lawn beside the beautiful Fryingpan River.
Approximately 2,800 linear feet of both sides of this gold medal stream, one of the largest private holdings on “The Pan,” one of the great wading, trout streams of Colorado.
Several wells, a spring, and a surface water right irrigate roughly twenty acres and supply water to the numerous cabins and home.
Bordered on three sides by a Colorado state wildlife area and BLM land, making the property “play” even larger and adding to fishing and hunting opportunities.
Five minutes to downtown Basalt, fifteen to Willits and Whole Foods, and thirty to the other Roaring Fork Valley communities, including world-class Aspen and its ski areas and airport (upvalley), and Carbondale and Glenwood Springs (downvalley), meaning everything one needs is nearby.
The property is located at a comfortable all-season elevation of 6,500 feet.
Ruedi Reservoir is located fifteen minutes away in the upper Fryingpan Valley, where boating, camping, and more fishing can be enjoyed.
Historically called the Wood’n’Handle Ranch, the property was originally homesteaded in the 1880s, but acquired by Indy Car race driver, Wally Dallenbach in 1973. The family has since run it as a gentlemen guest ranch, grossing a six-figure income from cabin and event rental.
This property is co-listed with Michael Latousek of Douglas Elliman Aspen.
The ranch has an incredible recreational resource in the form of nearly 1-mile of the Encampment River and various pond/oxbow aquatic features. The Encampment River is a world-renown wild trout fishery in the region, with blue ribbon designation, ranking in the top 3% of all of Wyoming waters.
The ranch is located within a recreational hub, known for great big-game hunting, winter recreational sports, hiking, biking, and world-class fly fishing, including the Encampment River and nearby North Platte River.
The ranch has natural beauty with a natural cottonwood riparian forest and lush native grassland meadows, all at the base of the stunning Sierra Madre mountain range.
Near the exclusive and world-renowned Old Baldy Club, Brush Creek Ranch, and A Bar A Guest Ranch.
Significant stream improvement projects have been completed on the property through a collaboration and cost-sharing initiative with Trout Unlimited.
With 10 acres of prime river frontage and mountain views on the North Fork of the Gunnison River in Paonia, the Black Bridge Preserve is one of the most private, well-located, sustainable river retreats in the North Fork Valley.
Situated on the western slope of the Teton Mountain Range adjoining the Caribou-Targhee National Forest, Darby Canyon Ranch is a quintessential western recreational ranch. With its aspen-lined irrigated fields, it offers end-of-the-road privacy and seclusion, yet is just a few miles from Driggs and world-class fly fishing in the Teton Valley.
Approximately 6,300 deeded acres; 4,000 acres BLM lease
2.5 hours from Denver, 3 hours from Denver International Airport, 1 hour from Pueblo, CO airport
200 acres irrigated meadow
Three newer homes, including 2015 3-bedroom, 3-bath lodge; 2013 3-bedroom (large), 2-bath headquarters/manager’s home; and a totally remodeled 2-bedroom (bunk room with room for 8 beds), 2-bath guest cabin with power and good well near the northern boundary
70×120 insulated, heated, monolithic cement floored shop with walk-in cooler and two 12×14 electric overhead doors
Two thriving trout ponds with reproducing fish up to 8 pounds
Lots of elk with potential for 340”-380”+ bulls. Mule deer, bighorn sheep, black bear, and Merriam’s turkey, as well as some antelope, blue grouse, and of course mountain lion, roam the property as well.
An excellent system of highly improved roads throughout all areas of the ranch
All new 5-strand perimeter and pasture fencing
Carrying capacity of 200 mother cows year-round, and cattle handling facilities including 27×60 calving shed and working pens
Diverse terrain ranging from lower open meadows to gently rolling ponderosa and oak-covered hills on up to alpine aspen/spruce/fir forests with mountain meadows
Cactus Jack Ranch is a small but productive property that is well-appointed within a private setting in the Cactus Park area outside Cedaredge, Colorado. The ranch enjoys mountain views, 23 hayable acres with senior water rights, a 5-bedroom house, shop, and other outbuildings.
A 244-acre retreat or working ranch in the spectacular American southwest. Twisted Gulch Ranch is located in scenic Tropic, Utah, and easily accessed from Highway 12.
The ranch is accessible year-round and located just 2 miles from Bryce Canyon National Park, Red Canyon State Park, and adjacent to tens of thousands of acres of adjacent public land (BLM).
A wonderful horse property with access to miles of backcountry riding. Other year-round recreational opportunities include hiking, back county camping, snowshoeing, and cross country skiing.
Potential to run a small, turn-key cattle operation. Ownership of the ranch includes 500 shares in East Fork Irrigation Company with 5 fenced and irrigated pastures (a 35-acre pasture with center pivot plus (4) smaller pastures with wheel line irrigation).
The ranch offers exceptional access to hunt deer, elk, and mountain lion or smaller upland game such as turkey & chukar.
The 1,700 sq ft, 3 bedroom/2.5 bath, home is ideally situated and offers views of the surrounding buttes, mesas, and plateaus in Bryce Canyon including the renowned Shakespear Point. The home is substantiality complete and permitted for occupancy but a new owner has the opportunity to provide finishing touches.
Additional buildings include a utility shed for implements, ATVs, and ranch equipment as well as a hay storage barn. The original homestead, as well as an original cabin from the historic Ruby’s Inn, are also located on the property.
Garfield County RCC Zoning allows for up to 48 dwellings.
A 1,000 + acre ranch with valuable water rights in Morgan County, the Paradise Canyon Ranch provides a wonderful opportunity for a working ranch or family retreat.
Easily accessible from Park City, Utah (60 minutes) and downtown Salt Lake City (70 minutes).
Situated in Croydon, Utah, Paradise Canyon Ranch is located just south of the Lost Creek Park and Reservoir on an “end of the road” setting. Access to the ranch is directly off the newly paved Lost Creek Canyon Road.
Year-round recreational opportunities include camping, hiking, mountain biking, snowshoeing, snowmobiling and ski-touring.
The ranch provides incredible fishing on over 1 mile of the trout-rich Lost Creek plus provides habitat for diverse wildlife including coyote, fox, geese, ducks, sandhill cranes, grouse, chukars and cottontail rabbits.
A great hunting ranch for mule deer & elk with opportunities to improve wildlife habitat in conjunction with the haying and grazing operation.
Comprised of approximately 3,696 total acres (2,338 deeded; 720 BLM; 638 State of Montana)
Extraordinary trophy big-game hunting for trophy elk, mule deer, and white-tailed deer with several record class animals, including the famed “Phantom Bull”
1 mile of the Tongue River which provides endless fishing opportunities for rainbow trout, walleye, bass, crappie, perch, and northern pike, as well as excellent waterfowl hunting through the fall and early winter season
A well maintained 2,700 sq. ft. custom log home, and several historic yet functional cabins, a horse barn, and a shop
Great water rights capable of irrigating approximately 95 acres, and owner rated at 100-150 animals units
Close proximity to the historic western town of Sheridan, Wyoming, providing commercial air service, fine dining, shopping, arts, and medical facilities
An incredibly scenic recreational paradise consisting of 2,300 total acres (1,785 deeded, 515 leased)
Exquisite improvements consisting of an 8,000 sq. ft. main home (lodge), 1,200 sq. ft. A-frame, and 2 story original homestead cabin, all completely remodeled in the last couple years, plus several log supporting structures, including backup power for the entire compound
Property is being offered partially furnished
Excellent fishing with nearly 7 miles of creek frontage, and world class hunting on the property and thousands of acres of public land
A diverse mountain property with nearly 100 acres of irrigation, dozens of different drainages, granite spires and rock outcroppings, with compelling views throughout
Located just 5 miles east of Glacier National Park and 5 miles south of the Canadian Border
Comprised of open parks & glades, pine and aspen forest, and a unique riparian canyon with glacial streams
1.5 miles of Otatso and Kennedy Creek
Hunting for elk, moose, deer, and black bear
A unique inholding of the Blackfeet Indian Reservation with incredible surrounding recreational resources
Significant conservation values and wildlife habitat
Good year round paved access off of Highway 17 (Chief Mtn Highway)
The small town of Babb, Montana is minutes away and offers basic amenities while the resort communities of St. Mary and Many Glacier are a short drive
The town of East Glacier is about a 20 minute drive and is the eastern entrance of “Going to the Sun Road”. This small community boasts shops, restaurants and lodging for tourists visiting Glacier National Park.
Secluded ranch location yet in proximity to the town of Absarokee and commercial airports in Billings and Bozeman.
Incredible western facing views of the giant Beartooth Mountain Range, the tallest peaks in Montana.
Pristine habitat for a plethora of wildlife and hunting for elk, deer, bear, mountain lion, pronghorn, and a variety of upland birds.
Two miles of Trout Creek meander through the property and provide an intimate and technical fly-fishing setting for brown and brook trout. Trout Creek is a main spawning tributary of the Stillwater River.
The ranch is set in a region filled with public lands and sporting amenities like the famed Stillwater River, Beartooth Wilderness Area, and Red Lodge Ski Area.
Stone and log craftsman style main home, consisting of 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms and 3,750 total square feet.
Restored two-story homestead cabin, oversized garage with apartment, and a large storage barn with upstairs loft accommodations are ideal for additional guests.
Honeymoon cabin situated on a hill top perfect for spotting wildlife.
12,740 acres / 20 square miles of pristine alpine terrain within Utah’s famed Wasatch Mountains, featuring elevations ranging from 4,820 to 9,570 feet
Located just 35 minutes from downtown Salt Lake City and the Salt Lake International Airport, the ranch is also 15 minutes from downtown Ogden and 10 minutes from the world class Snowbasin Resort.
The ranch, combined with the adjacent National Forest, has a continuous ridgeline of 11 miles that includes 24 peaks, 15 bowls and cirques, plus a 4,600 foot vertical rise.
Stunning scenery includes alpine, subalpine, montane forests, gambel oak woodlands, sagebrush, steppe, meadows/pasture and riparian areas.
25 miles of boundary within the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest provides additional recreational opportunities including heli-skiing.
Potential uses include a private year-round club, a destination resort, or alpine retreat.
Eleven creeks weave through the ranch for 35 miles from their alpine origin to the Weber River, 80 miles of hiking, mountain biking, ATV, and equestrian trails.
Average annual snowfall of 400+ inches
Unique geological features include the Deep Creek & Line Creek gorges plus an alpine glacier.
Currently zoned for one residential dwelling per /160 acres, the ranch is also considered a candidate for a master planned development (MPD) under Morgan County’s Forestry and also Multiple Use with options to include within Resort Special District (RSD) ordinance.
A private wildlife preserve provides big game hunting within a Cooperative Wildlife Management Unit (CWMU) with permits for mule deer, elk and moose.
5,815 +/- deeded acres with adjoining 9,760 acre +/- BLM lease and 792 acres State lease
3,150 acres of hay meadows and pastures irrigated by historic water rights consisting of 251 cfs and 936 acre feet of storage in Butte Reservoir
Excellent fly-fishing along 4.3 miles of the North Platte River, 5 miles of Beaver Creek, .9 miles of the Roaring Fork River, and .5 miles of Hell Creek, and adjoins Gold Medal waters on three separate lakes within the Delaney Butte Lakes State Wildlife Area
Conservation easement with The Nature Conservancy on 3,735 acres of the ranch
Estimated carrying capacity of 925 cow/calf pairs
Numerous functional improvements with remodeled main residence, new manager’s home, two story owner/manager’s home, manufactured homes, historic barns, outbuildings, and corrals
Situated just 7 miles from Walden along county maintained roads, and easy access to world class skiing including one hour from Steamboat Springs, 1.5 hours from Winter Park and just under 3 hours from Denver, Colorado
Level topography along the North Park valley floor situated at an average of 8,000′ above sea level
The ranch is a great summer pasture, and has recently been leased for cattle grazing during the summer months. It is divided into three pastures with several springs and numerous mountain creeks providing water to both livestock and wildlife.
The ranch and surrounding national forest offers outstanding opportunities for the outdoor enthusiast, including some of the best big-game hunting in the state, upland bird hunting for blue grouse and sage grouse, horseback riding, hiking, snowmobiling, ATV riding, wildlife viewing, photography, etc.
Large numbers of elk and mule deer reside on the ranch year-round.
Fishermen will appreciate the abundance of exceptional fishing opportunities nearby in the Big Horn National Forest including the blue ribbon Tongue River, and numerous other streams and mountain lakes.
Improvements consist of two rustic homestead cabins currently used as hunting camps and cow camps.
Located approximately 20 miles from Shell, WY, 70 miles from Sheridan, WY, and 90 miles from Cody, WY.
Several medical service providers are located in Big Horn County, and the Yellowstone Regional Airport is approximately 90 miles away in Cody with daily commercial flights to and from Denver, CO Salt Lake City, UT, and Chicago, IL.
The Halleck Canyon Ranch is well known for great yearling gains and excellent summer pasture consisting of hardy short growing season grasses.
Halleck Canyon is a very diverse property, with lots of great habitat for mule deer and elk in the drainages and rock outcroppings.
Located in a premier elk area for the state, Area 7
The short growing season and easterly aspect typically provide more moisture and faster growing grass then much of the surrounding area. The Halleck Canyon Ranch is a very productive working ranch, combining all the valuable attributes that investment minded buyer seeks.
Deer and antelope tags are easily available for the ranch
Situated reasonably close to Torrington Livestock Market, which allows cattlemen easy access to a valuable market place and a close proximity to many large feedlots
The ranch offers rangeland, deep canyons, rock outcroppings stunning vistas, and recreational attributes.
Halleck Canyon Ranch benefits from numerous live water creeks that traverse the property in several different locations.
Located within coveted trophy elk and mule deer hunting units with the current owner receiving two landowner tags for each species.
The property is also just minutes from the famed Miracle Mile and Grey Reef portions of the North Platte River, as well as Seminoe and Pathfinder Reservoirs offering some the best fly-fishing in the state.
Comprised of nearly 9,000 total acres, 1,441 deeded acres, 6,920 acres BLM lease, and 481 acres of State lease.
Given the ranch’s strategic location it offers almost exclusive hunting on the surrounding public lands.
The Seminoe Mountain Ranch offers an incredibly diverse setting with lake frontage along Seminoe Reservoir along the western boundary of one of its BLM’s grazing permits.
The ranch is situated in a stunning setting surrounded by the Shirley Mountains to the east, Elk Mountain to the south, and Seminoe and Ferris Mountains to the west. The diverse terrain consists of creek bottoms, rock out croppings, timbered hillsides, rolling grasslands, and shoreline.
A rare opportunity to buy into a prestigious neighborhood of legacy ranches in the closely-held Crystal River Valley. Just five minutes south of Carbondale and 45 minutes from Aspen, this 120-acre sporting family retreat boasts a half-mile of fine fishing on the Crystal River, awesome Mt. Sopris views, water rights, irrigated pasture, a horse set-up, a stocked lake with a beach, a quaint, historic residence and guest cabins, and 1041 county approval for a new 5,750 square foot home. Private, end-of-road location with no other homes in sight.
Packer Lake Farm benefits from nearly 367 acres of flood irrigated cropland with very early 1891 “Direct Flow” rights.
Packer Lake a small public accessible lake of approximately 96 acres creates the southern boundary of the property and provides a valuable recreation component and production component to the Packer Lake Farm.
With the early direct flow water rights there are no irrigation assessments associated with the farm, which are currently $25 per acre.
Packer Lake provides a valuable water storage system for the farm, and also provides some of its very own private stretch of Packer Lake Frontage.
Direct county road access on 2 sides.
The farm ground is square and flat and would lend itself well for pivot installation.
The ranch sits at the base of the slopes of the Thirtynine Mile Mountain with unobstructed views of Pikes Peak, the Tarryall Mountains, the Mosquito Range, Elevenmile Reservoir and the blue ribbon stretch of the South Platte River dubbed the “Dream Stream”. The Pike National Forest adjoins the property to the south and there is an additional 1,200 acres of BLM that adjoins the property on the west, south and east. The topography of the property varies in elevation from 8,600′ -9,300′ and is comprised of open meadows, pine covered hillsides and thick aspen draws which support thriving populations of elk and mule deer. Union and Gilead Creeks both flow through the property feeding the numerous trout ponds.
The ranch is currently used for grazing cattle and recreational purposes. The abundance of adjoining public land would also make this an outstanding
The main home was constructed completely off the grid and utilizes state-of-the-art solar and wind generated systems for all of its power. With the property’s location adjoining National Forest, and its multitude of ponds, creeks and abundant wildlife, this ranch would be an ideal conservation easement candidate.
The ranch is situated along the slope of the Big Horn Mountains, near the Horn, which is a prominent Wyoming geologic feature of the mountain range. Here, big-game hunting is world renown for producing trophy caliber elk, mule deer, and pronghorn. The ranch is secluded and private, yet only 30 minutes from Buffalo, Wyoming via well maintained county roads and U.S. highways.
Historically, the ranch operated as a purebred cattle operation, supporting up to 150 animal units. Currently the ranch is leasing out the grazing rights for summer cattle use.
This Wyoming ranch is cross-fenced into approximately 6 interior pastures, mainly high tinsel electric, with water available via springs, Steel Creek, or stock reservoirs. The exterior fences are in good condition and are generally standard bard wire construction.