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
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.
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.