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MRG News: Week of September 23, 2019

We are pleased to bring you this week’s ranch updates.

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Dunckley Ridge in Hayden, Colorado
Dunckley Ridge near Hayden, Colorado

New: Dunckley Ridge

Unparalleled Accessibility and Proximity to World Class Skiing, Fly-Fishing, Recreation and Big Game Hunting

Boasting some of the best panoramic views on the market today, Dunckley Ridge is easily accessed by the remarkable Flat Tops Trail Scenic Byway. This diverse combination of wilderness is a truly remarkable getaway for hunters, anglers, and outdoor adventure seekers. Adjacent to an expanse of uninhibited and protected wilderness, over 110 high country lakes, 100 miles of fishing streams, and nearly 160 miles of hiking trails, this property opens the door to an outdoor experience second to none. This is a rare opportunity to own one of the most unique parcels on the Williams Fork River; the balance of seclusion and accessibility offer buyers freedom to build or add to an existing ranch portfolio.


Grassy Creek Ranch near Hayden, Colorado
Grassy Creek Ranch near Hayden, Colorado

New: Grassy Creek Ranch

One of the Most Accessible Trophy Hunting Ranches in Northwest Colorado, Just Minutes from Steamboat Springs

A hidden tributary of the Yampa River, Grassy Creek meanders through lush oak valleys crowned by aspen groves and high-top vistas of the Flat Tops Wilderness at Grassy Creek Ranch. Notable for its plentiful game, this diverse ecosystem lies in the heart of one of the largest migratory elk herds in the United State. In addition to elk, the ranch is home to resident mule deer, black bears, mountain lions and an array of upland birds. Grassy Creek Ranch is the perfect blend of rugged western landscapes and privacy, yet minutes from the world class ski resort of Steamboat Springs, Colorado.


Snowshow Ranch in Somerset, Colorado
Snowshow Ranch in Somerset, Colorado

Price Reduced: Snowshoe Ranch

A Private Fly-fishing Adventure in the West Elks Between Crested Butte and Aspen

Was $2,450,000 | Now $1,950,000

Located at the confluence of Anthracite and Coal Creeks, along a national scenic byway, the 142± acre Snowshoe Ranch is for the fishing enthusiast looking for a private and scenic sporting getaway surrounded by the wondrous mountains, mesas, National Forests, and Wilderness Areas of Gunnison County, Colorado.  Options abound at Snowshoe Ranch, as one mile of both sides of Anthracite Creek is the main draw, but when runoff occurs on this freestone stream in the late spring, the property’s nine ponds, three with spawning areas, await the angler. Located at a comfortable four-season elevation of 6,300 feet, Snowshoe is bordered on three sides by the Gunnison National Forest, with several trailheads accessing these mountains and mesas for the hunter. On-property, sitting streamside amidst the well-manicured grounds and spruce-fir forest is a handsome, remodeled 2,100 square-foot Craftsman style main residence and a separate, matching guest studio/garage, each close enough to the streams to hear their soothing sounds.


NEW VIDEO: Balcony Farm

A Mountain Hay & Cattle Ranch

Please enjoy our latest video featuring Balcony Farm, a beautifully sited mountain hay property located in North Fork of the Gunnison Valley between the towns of Paonia (4 miles east) and Hotchkiss, CO (5 miles west). Situated on the south slope of the Grand Mesa at an average elevation of ~ 7,000 ft. (6,800-7,500), this former polo-horse farm borders U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM) land and offers end-of-the-road privacy on a low-traffic county serviced road. With spectacular views, senior adjudicated water rights, and unique agricultural and conservation values, the property represents an attractive long-term investment opportunity in one of the state’s last affordable mountain corridors.


Southern Colorado Elk Hunting Season

Ranch Broker & Outfitter Trey Milhoan Explains Why It’s the Best Elk Hunting in the State

The fall Colorado elk hunting season is in full swing and many of our brokers have already harvested impressive numbers of elk, mule deer, and bear this season on public lands and hunting ranches. Southern Colorado offers some of the best elk hunting in the state; the region in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains consistently produces 340”+ bull elk due to its superior genetics, abundance of private lands, and like-minded management practices amongst those deeded acres. Mirr Ranch Group broker Trey Milhoan has had a successful few weeks guiding in the region and shares his experience.


Between breeding and raising livestock and cultivating crops, farmers, ranchers, and producers are the reason you have food on the table. Here is our list of intriguing agricultural properties on the market today in the Rocky Mountain region.


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