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We understand the important role that private lands play in the West and are passionate in our desire to link and educate buyers and sellers who share our interest in conserving these lands. Mirr Ranch Group understands the intricacies of conservation easements, and specializes in determining its impact for each property and situation. Through our working relationships, client education, and commitments to conservation, ranching and wildlife organizations, MRG has helped conserve hundreds of thousands of acres of private lands throughout the West and around the world. 

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BX Ranch

Avondale, Colorado (Pueblo County)

  • Approximately 26,018 acres (24,778 deeded, 989 leased)
  • Rated for more than 800 pairs year-round
  • Conveniently located just east of Pueblo
  • Spectacular views of southern Colorado’s historic Front Range
  • Important natural habitat for big game, birds, and native plants
  • State-of-the-art regenerative grazing infrastructure
  • 48 miles of new interior electric fencing
  • 3 new 16,000 gallon storage tanks serve 28 miles of new underground waterlines servicing 38 paddocks including 22 new 12’ stock tanks
  • 38 grazing paddocks (~650 acre avg. size) allowing productive and healthy short-rotation intensive grazing
  • Abundant wildlife including antelope, mule deer, turkeys and quail
  • Protected by a conservation easement with the Palmer Land Trust
$8,900,000
24,778 +/- Deeded Acres
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Burnt River Ranch

Beulah, Colorado (Pueblo County)

  • Unencumbered views of the majestic Wet Mountains
  • Conveniently located west of I-25 between Pueblo and the quaint town of Beulah
  • Beautiful 3,500 square foot custom home and shop
  • Custom-built horse barn with tack room, hay storage, and greenhouse
  • Grazing for approximately 25-50 head of cattle
  • Landowner hunting vouchers available for elk, mule deer, and pronghorn
  • Bird hunting opportunities include quail, dove, ducks, and geese
  • Unencumbered by any Conservation Easements
$1,450,000
560 +/- Deeded Acres
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C Cross C Ranch

Oak Creek, Colorado (Routt County)

  • One of the last remaining historic ranches within the Upper Yampa River Valley, in the same family ownership for the last 100 years
  • Located just 20 minutes from downtown Steamboat Springs, yet a world away with privacy and wilderness setting
  • Well-balanced terrain with rich riparian areas, open hay meadows, mature timber, steep sweeping hillsides and steep mountain draws
  • Excellent elk hunting and wildlife habitat on thousands of acres situated on Thorpe Mountain
  • Traditional cattle operation with ability to self-sustain up to 100 cow/calf pair year-round
  • The region surrounding the ranch is known for its many recreational opportunities, State Parks, vast areas of National Forest, and millions of acres of Wilderness Area
$8,200,000
2,126 +/- Deeded Acres
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Little Cimarron Valley Ranch

Cimarron, Colorado (Gunnison & Montrose Counties)

  • 190+/- irrigated hay meadows and pastures, with 24+/- additional dry acres
  • Ranch includes shared use of 5.8125 CFS of irrigation water rights
  • Conveniently located 24 miles from Montrose, CO
  • Year-round access via State Highway 50 and Little Cimarron Road
  • Situated at the northern edge of the famed San Juan Mountain Range
  • Habitat for elk, mule deer, moose, bear, and turkey
  • Minutes from the Cimarron State Wildlife Area, BLM lands, and Uncompahgre National Forest
  • 15 miles from the recreational amenities of Blue Mesa Reservoir
  • Multiple areas suitable for building homes and barns
$750,000
214 +/- Deeded Acres
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Silver Spring Ranch

Gannett, Idaho (Blaine County)

  • 3,422 ± deeded acres with 2,119 ± acres of highly productive irrigated crop land, 200-400 ± acres of dry land farming
  • Exceptional facilities and improvements including historic and charming ranch home, barn, outbuildings, corrals, and riding arena
  • Headwaters to a world-class fly-fishery with 10 miles of creeks and aquatic habitat
  • 25 miles south of Ketchum and Sun Valley, and just 13 miles from a commercial airport in Hailey
  • Spring water on the ranch provides 60%-75% of the total stream flow to the world-class Silver Creek fishery
  • High quality elk and antelope hunting, and situated in the heart of waterfowl migration corridor
  • Considerable water rights many of which are senior, providing numerous economic and mitigation opportunities
  • Natural areas provide an exceptional ecosystem, with conservation values such as water quality and fish/wildlife habitat
  • State-of-the-art water monitoring system
  • Combination grazing and farming, operating with numerous pivots, wheel and handlines, and 300-440 acres of dry farmland
  • Conservation easement and ecological mitigation opportunities, including water rental and banking, and recharge of groundwater
  • A well-balanced ranch with solid production and excellent recreational amenities
$17,900,000
3,422 +/- Deeded Acres
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Red Top Ranch

Pueblo, Colorado (Pueblo County)

  • One of the largest and best known cattle ranches in Colorado
  • Conveniently located near I-25 corridor just southeast of Pueblo
  • Property consists of 69,126 deeded acres, 8,445 acres State lease,* and 1,598 acres BLM lease
  • Home to extensive water infrastructure including several creeks, springs, and ponds
  • Year-round cattle operation rated for 1,200 cow/calf pairs
  • Important natural habitat for big game, birds, and plants
  • Significant ecological grasslands with shortgrass prairie and canyons throughout
  • Protected by conservation easements with The Nature Conservancy and Colorado Parks & Wildlife
$16,500,000
69,126 +/- Deeded Acres
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Fish Creek Lodge

Hayden, Colorado (Routt County)

  • Ideal hunting improvements, including a 4,065 sq. ft. LL Bean designed guest lodge and a hand-hewed 1,230 sq. ft. guest home
  • Excellent big game hunting for elk and mule deer on the ranch and adjoining public lands
  • Uninterrupted views
  • 1.5 miles of Salt Creek and ponds
  • Serves as the headquarters for the famed hunting at Cross Mountain Ranch
  • Nice balance of open pasture and tree hillsides covered in aspen, spruce and fir
  • Access via county maintained roads 
  • 1.75 miles boundary with National Forest with lakes and streams
$5,900,000
2,189 +/- Deeded Acres
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Sanctuary Ranch

Hayden, Colorado (Routt County)

  • A 9 bedroom, 9.5 bath, 11,000 sq. ft. main log lodge designed by an acclaimed Santa Barbara architect
  • Excellent big game hunting for elk and mule deer on the ranch and adjoining public lands
  • Backs up to the Dunckley Flat Tops and has 3.5 miles of adjacency with Routt National Forest
  • 2.6 miles of Willow Creek and numerous other streams and several ponds
  • Water rights
  • Pristine alpine setting with meadows on the lower reaches of the ranch at the entrance and mature stands of aspens, spruce and fir on over 75% of the ranch
  • Other improvements include a classic western barn, two manager’s/employee’s homes, log cabin rec room, garage and corrals
  • 4,800 plus contiguous acres accessed off county maintained roads
$15,000,000
4,811 +/- Deeded Acres
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Cross Mountain Ranch

Hayden, Colorado (Routt, Rio Blanco, Moffat, & Garfield Counties)

  • One of the largest and most diverse operating and recreational properties in the American West
  • Home to North America’s largest elk herd with resident and migratory animals and offering extensive and unlimited big game hunting with participation in Colorado’s unique Ranching for Wildlife program
  • Historic and valuable water rights with several hundreds of acres of lush irrigated meadows and pastures, numerous stocked reservoirs, lakes, ponds and springs providing livestock watering, fisheries and habitat for wildlife
  • Extensive riverine and riparian corridors with frontage on about 12 miles of the Yampa River, 6 miles of the Little Snake River, 2.5 miles of the Williams Fork and several additional miles along other numerous other creeks and streams
  • Substantial agricultural operation with carrying capacity of 2,000 cows and 10,000 sheep
  • Totals 220,896 +/- acres, comprised of 52,896 deeded acres and 168,000 leased acres on adjoining National Forest, BLM and State land
  • 45 minutes to Steamboat Springs and 20 minutes from Yampa Valley Regional Airport with private FBO services and direct flights from major US cities
  • At least two distinct ecosystems ranging from pristine alpine Williams Fork River valley adjoining wilderness to the high desert country along the Yampa River adjoining the Dinosaur National Monument
  • Numerous homes including a 9 bedroom and 9.5 bath, 11,000 sq. ft. main log lodge designed by an acclaimed Santa Barbara architect, as well as an LL Bean designed hunting lodge, barns, shops, livestock handling facilities, and manager and employee housing
$70,000,000
52,896 +/- Deeded Acres
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Collins Ranch on Table Rock Lake

Branson, Missouri (Stone County)

  • Approved for 44 boat slips in red-zoned Army Corps area, plus an additional 144 slips may be possible through partnership with The Kimberling City Marina.
  • Could be developed for hundreds of residential lots with each site having either lake frontage or lake views due to the rolling topography.
  • Development potential for a lakefront resort.
  • Gorgeous wooded hills slope down to a secluded, undeveloped cove on the lake. It’s hard to imagine a more private location while also being so close to all the amenities.
  • For the buyer looking for a truly remarkable personal or corporate playground, the recreational aspects of the property alone are fantastic, and the area in general provides entertainment of all kinds. Fishing, hunting, boating, hiking, ATV or dirt bikes all on your own piece of heaven in the Ozarks.
$7,400,000
903 +/- Deeded Acres
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Owl Creek Ranch

Thermopolis, Wyoming (Hot Springs County)

  • Pristine, end-of-the-road high mountain wilderness property
  • Teeming with wildlife, including trophy elk and and several other big and small game species
  • Adjacent to Wyoming’s largest wilderness area, providing direct access to the 704,000 acre Washakie Wilderness, along with spectacular views of the Washakie Needle and surrounding Washakie Range
  • Traversed by several miles of the trout filled South Fork of Owl Creek and several smaller tributaries
  • Property enjoys several building sites for construction of homes, lodges, outbuildings, etc.
  • Located in renown trophy unit, Elk Unit 64, one of Wyoming’s best trophy bull elk areas
$6,500,000
2,505 +/- Deeded Acres
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4-Way Ranch

Colorado Springs, Colorado (El Paso County)

  • 6033 unencumbered acres in the heart of the Colorado Springs MSA
  • Extraordinary water rights including 500 acre feet from front range aquifers
  • Pristine, vast grassland surrounded on all sides by development
  • Excellent hard grass ranch
  • Antelope hunting
  • Prominent frontage on Highway 24 between Falcon and Peyton, Colorado
  • Prominent frontage along the Elbert County Road
  • Ideal for the developer, conservationist, cattleman, or land banker
$15,082,500
6,033 +/- Deeded Acres
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Singing River Ranch

Gardner, Colorado (Huerfano County)

  • Scenic, exclusive, and pristine ranch at the base of Blanca Peak, Colorado’s fourth highest peak
  • Protected river valley with end-of-the-road privacy walled by mountains on either side that dead end into the Sangre De Cristo Range
  • The largest remaining private parcel in the valley with spectacular views of surrounding 14,000 foot peaks that rival the Alps and Andes
  • At the Headwaters of the Huerfano River with numerous other streams, creeks and ponds offering fly-fishing for native Rio Grande Cutthroat and other trout
  • Valuable wildlife habitat for trophy elk and deer with bear and bighorn sheep
  • Exquisitely landscaped grounds around headquarters with meandering river, ponds and custom log homes, beautifully restored bunkhouse, barn, and cabins
  • Endless recreational opportunities with mountaineering on neighboring peaks, pack trips to Great Sand Dunes National Park, hiking, mountain biking or pure solitude
  • Adjacent to thousands of acres of national forest, wilderness and other public lands
  • Diverse terrain including alpine, sub-alpine, montane, and foothills, including aspen, pine, fir, spruce, and cottonwood-lined rivers and streams
  • High quality cattle grazing with ample water and grasses with leases on 14,200 acres of adjoining national forest and other public lands
$16,500,000
6,100 +/- Deeded Acres
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Oak Ridge Ranch

Crawford, Colorado (Montrose County)

  • Over 3,423 acres in Montrose County, CO
  • Beautiful, high mountain property
  • Sweeping views of several dramatic snow-capped mountain ranges, including the Raggeds, West Elks and San Juans
  • Excellent elk, mule deer, and black bear hunting, with unlimited over-the-counter elk tags
  • Vast aspen and conifer timbered hillsides dotted with small mountain meadows interfacing with Gambel Oak and sage in the lower elevations
  • Ideal wildlife habitat with multiple seeps, springs and ponds
  • Minutes from the Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park
  • Less than 20 minutes away from the quaint town of Hotchkiss, Colorado, with services including restaurants, groceries and accommodations
  • Montrose and Gunnison, Colorado, with hospitals and commercial air service, are each only an hour away from the property
$4,995,000
3,423 +/- Deeded Acres
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The Cottonwood

Daniel, Wyoming (Sublette County)

  • 85-square-mile ranch in one contiguous block adjoining the Bridger-Teton National Forest and the Wyoming Range
  • 11,138 deeded acres intermixed with 43,745 of acres of BLM and State lands
  • Situated in the Upper Green River Basin just 70 miles south of Jackson, Wyoming and 20 miles west of Pinedale with its private jet airport
  • Incomparable conservation values with important wildlife habitat, water resources, fisheries, riparian areas, native species, and scenic vistas
  • Significant water resources with 76.9 cfs of senior water rights irrigating/sub-irrigating over 6,310 acres, and 24 reservoirs and 11 springs
  • Extensive riverine and riparian corridors with frontage on almost 40 miles of rivers, streams and creeks
  • World-class fly-fishing for Colorado River Cutthroat and Rainbows
  • Prime habitat for Elk and Moose, trophy hunting units for Mule Deer and Pronghorn and critical range for Greater Sage Grouse
  • Through pioneering conservation efforts owners have preserved and enhanced rivers, lakes and streams, wildlife habitat, wetlands, grasslands, wildlife friendly fencing and instituted progressive grazing management techniques
  • Historic and well balanced sustainable cattle operation with plentiful water and forage allowing grazing of 22,483 AUM’s on the deeded and neighboring public lands
$30,000,000
11,138 +/- Deeded Acres
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The Lower Ranch at Cross Mountain

Craig, Colorado (Moffat & Rio Blanco Counties)

  • Extensive riverine and riparian corridors with frontage on approximately 12 miles of the Yampa River and 6 miles of the Little Snake River
  • Significant water resources with 54.45 cfs of senior water rights out of the Yampa River irrigating over 1,427 acres
  • 27,566 deeded acres intermixed with over 113,000 of acres of BLM and State lands
  • Located within GMU 2 and 10, two of Colorado’s top trophy hunting units, and also GMU 11
  • Incredible recreational opportunities and adventures including whitewater rafting the famed Yampa River
  • Well balanced sheep operation with livestock handling facilities, water resources, and grazing of 7,900 AUM’s on neighboring public lands
  • Adjoins Dinosaur National Monument with its thousand foot high yellow and red sandstone canyon walls rivaling those of the Grand Canyon
  • 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
$21,000,000
27,566 +/- Deeded Acres
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Ute Ranch

La Veta, Colorado (Huerfano County)

  • Gorgeous views of West Spanish Peak, Trinchera Peak and the Culebra Range
  • 1.5 miles of the Cuchara River with excellent rainbow and brown trout fishing
  • 125 acres of irrigated hay ground, and 170 acres of upland pasture
  • Senior water rights
  • Important wildlife habitat for deer, elk, and wild turkeys
  • Conservation Easement on Ute Ranch held by Colorado Open Lands
  • Located along the renowned scenic Highway of Legends
  • 5 minute drive into La Veta
$2,795,000
295 +/- Deeded Acres
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Chief Mountain Ranch

Babb, Montana (Glacier County)

  • 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.
$1,400,000
400 +/- Deeded Acres
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Jorgenson-Mydland Ranch

Sheridan, Wyoming (Sheridan County)

The Jorgenson-Mydland Ranch is a beautiful and diverse ranch property, located within minutes of the famous western town of Sheridan, Wyoming. Soldier Cree

$2,200,000
590 +/- Deeded Acres
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Snowmass Wilderness Estate

Snowmass, Colorado (Pitkin County)

  • A new, never-lived in, architect-designed, 5,646 square-foot residence, with 4 bedrooms and 5.5 baths
  • Adjacent national forest high country right out your door where a 350’’ bull elk was recently harvested within a mile of the residence, and Fourteeners beckon peak-baggers
  • 45 minutes to Aspen/Snowmass and Basalt, CO
  • Off-the-grid property
  • Priced to sell well below appraised value
$3,950,000
100 +/- Deeded Acres
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Lago Vintter

Jaramillo(Chubut Province)

Lago Vintter lies on the banks of Vintter Lake near Palena, Chile. This property has incredible lakeside views and forested landscapes and lies in the hear

10,841 +/- Deeded Acres
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Estancia Poncho Moro

Corcovado(Chubut Province)

Estancia Poncho Moro is a very attractive Argentine style legacy ranch that is considered to be its own private nature preserve. With a very diverse and tr

22,976 +/- Deeded Acres
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Valle California

Palena(Los Lagos Region)

  • Prices starting at $420,000
  • Choose from 25 unique homesteads to build your dream retreat
  • 8,000 acres of pristine forests, lakes & rivers protected by a conservation easement
  • World-class fly fishing on the Tigre and Azul Rivers
  • Horseback riding, kayaking, trekking, and mountain-biking
  • Proximity to numerous National Reserves and Parks
  • Miles of hiking and horseback riding trails
  • Communal quincho, luxury yurts, and picnic spaces for all landowners
  • Price includes infrastructure (electricity, water, and roads built to each homesite)
Starting at $420,000
8,000 +/-
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Tortel

Caleta Tortel(Aysén Region)

  • Incredible water rights unheard of in any other part of the world
  • Minutes away from Laguna San Rafael National Park
  • Your own private ecosystem
  • Numerous water-based recreational activities
  • Complete seclusion only accessible by boat
$1,495,000
3,548 +/- Total
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Estancia El Palenque

Corcovado(Chubut Province)

This spectacular ranch or estancia is located within 7 miles of the little pueblo of Corcovado (population 1,200) and just 60 miles south of the well-known

$8,900,000
12,400 +/-
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Río Palena

Palena(Los Lagos)

  • Riverfront access to the Palena River
  • Organic garden, greenhouse, and apple orchard
  • Stable and a small caretaker’s cabin
  • Proximity to small town of Palena
  • Nearby Futaleufú River affords rafting, kayaking, and fishing opportunities
$690,000
119 +/- Total
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Canyon Ranch

White Sulphur Springs, Montana (Meagher County)

  • Approximately 3 miles of superb fly-fishing on the restored and enhanced upper Smith River
  • 184 acres of irrigated meadows producing alfalfa & grass hay with senior water rights totaling over 23 CFS
  • Owner’s Residence was craftsman constructed in 2006 with reclaimed lumber sourced from a disassembled Alaskan pier, consisting of 3,625 sq. ft. with three bedrooms and three bathrooms
  • 3 waterfowl ponds
  • 1,901 deeded acres at an elevation ranging from 4,700 feet to 5,100 feet
  • Caretaker’s home was built in 2007 and consist of three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 2,092 sq. ft.
  • Other various improvements around the headquarters like homestead cabins, barn, shop, and fishing hut
  • Conservation Easement with Montana Land Reliance protects 1,589 acres
$5,750,000
1,901 +/- Deeded Acres
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Dakan Ranch

Larkspur, Colorado (Douglas County)

  • 1,285 +/- acres with irrigated, gentle sloping hay meadows, scenic red rock formations, rocky ridges, forested hillsides, meandering creeks and ponds
  • Historic water rights from 1870s have been used to irrigate a 25 acre meadow, also includes a 6 acre pond and over one mile of creek frontage
  • 1.5 miles of common boundary with Pike National Forest
  • Surrounded by classic working ranches and equestrian estates
  • Represents one of the largest undeveloped properties available along the foothills between Denver and Colorado Springs
  • Secluded and private, yet convenient access to the Denver Metro Area
  • 40 miles south of Denver, 30 miles from Colorado Springs, 4 miles west of I-25 and Larkspur, and 15 miles from Castle Rock
  • Protected by a conservation easement with Colorado Cattlemen’s Agricultural Land Trust
$8,900,000
1,285 +/- Deeded Acres
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Strawberry Creek Ranch

Meeker, Colorado (Rio Blanco County)

  • Income production generated from hay production, hunting outfitting, and grazing
  • 9.15 shares of Niblock Ditch, totaling over 22 cfs; irrigates nearly 400 acres of hay fields – recently produced approximately 800 tons of hay (center pivot in one large pasture)
  • Terrific big game hunting for deer and elk in the ranch’s backcountry
  • Improvements currently exist for either a cattle, hay, and/or horse facility
  • Proximity to Steamboat, Glenwood Springs, and Aspen
  • Elevation at the ranch ranges from approx 6,100 to 6,600 feet, contributing to the area’s comfortable four-season climate
$4,800,000
2,361 +/- Deeded Acres
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Northside Ranch

Taos, New Mexico (Taos County)

Located in one of New Mexico's most iconic valleys, the scenic Northside Ranch is a recreational and ecological jewel adjoining the world-class Taos Ski Va

$8,100,000
1,277 +/- Deeded Acres
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Mill Creek Ranch

Laramie, Wyoming (Albany County)

  • Tremendous diverse ranching operation
  • Significant water rights for irrigating and producing 120-130 tons of hay
  • 3 miles of good fishing on Mill Creek, historically leased by Rocky Mountain Anglers
  • Nice recently remodeled 4 bedroom home
$2,400,000
2,227 +/- Deeded Acres
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Snowy Range Fishing Lodge

Laramie, Wyoming (Albany County)

  • 1 Mile of Gold Medal Fishing on both sides of the Little Laramie River
  • Historic Homestead Lodge, Bunkhouse, Managers House and Outbuildings
  • Significant water rights for irrigating and producing 330 tons of hay
  • Cattle working facilities, heated calving shed and great windbreaks
$2,000,000
250 +/- Deeded Acres
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Braun Peak Ranch

Idledale, Colorado (Jefferson County)

  • Accessibility to I-70 and ease of getting to front range or western slope
  • Solitude of a mountain ranch but only thirty minutes from Denver with dramatic views of the Front Range
  • Proximity to world famous Red Rocks State Park
  • Sweeping natural grass meadows for grazing, rock outcroppings, and healthy timber
  • Existing ranch house and operational improvements
  • Home to elk, deer, turkey and other bird species
  • Agriculturally zoned and unencumbered by a conservation easement
  • Borders Jefferson County Open Space’s Matthews/Winters Park to the south
$2,200,000
220 +/- Deeded Acres
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Double R Ranch

Walden, Colorado (Jackson County)

  • 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
$13,600,000
5,815 +/- Deeded Acres
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Cottonwood Springs Ranch

Durango, Colorado (La Plata County)

  • Magnificent primary and guest residences
  • State-of-the-art horse breeding facilities
  • Senior adjudicated water rights
  • 250 acres irrigated/sub-irrigated pasture
  • 9 ponds and 1.2 miles of Texas Creek
  • Steel pipe fenced pastures run with power and heated water units.
  • Hay production, capable of 100 tons
  • Adjoining U.S. Bureau of Land Management land
  • Protected in perpetuity by a Deed of Conservation Easement
$7,450,000
525 +/- Deeded Acres
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Riverbend Ranch

New Castle, Colorado (Garfield County)

  • 2.75 miles of frontage on the Colorado River
  • Water rights historically irrigate nearly 300 acres
  • 10 minutes from Glenwood Springs, CO, a perennial member of “Best Sporting Towns in the West” lists, and 60 minutes to world famous Aspen/Snowmass and its resorts
  • High development and/or conservation potential
  • Terrific hunting for deer, elk, and bear in the ranch’s backcountry
  • Elevation at the main part of the ranch is 5,500 feet, contributing to the area’s comfortable four-season climate
$3,900,000
1,139 +/- Deeded Acres
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Porcupine Ridge Ranch

Toponas, Colorado (Routt County)

  • One of the largest single blocks of senior and privately owned water rights in the Colorado River and Yampa River basins
  • Property is enrolled in voluntary water conservation program for 2018 that will produce up to $421,000 of income on top of the $100,000 for grazing and hunting
  • Significant water rights with 95 cfs of direct flow rights and 3,560 acre feet of storage, with historical annual consumption averages of approximately 2,811 acre-feet
  • Almost all of the water rights are senior to both the 1902 Shoshone Water Plant priority and the 1922 Colorado River Compact allowing for a very reliable water supply
  • Approximately 2,000 acres of irrigated hay meadows, with substantial income potential from hay/grazing/hunting leases
  • Recent stream/fishery enhancements in excess of $800k and opportunity to create significant fishery with 40+ miles of streams and numerous ponds and wetlands
  • Ideally situated between Steamboat Springs and Vail, year-round access and proximity to Flat Tops Wilderness area with trophy elk hunting
  • All mineral rights owned by the seller will be conveyed, including 100% of the mineral rights to approximately 4,400 net mineral acres
$16,700,000
9,177 +/- Deeded Acres
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Hell’s Canyon Mantle Ranch

Dinosaur, Colorado (Moffat County)

  • The 525 deeded acres is in two parcels and includes a restored log home, bunkhouse, barn and corrals set within in the Yampa River Canyon beneath Castle Rock, Colorado.
  • The improvements are surrounded by lush irrigated hay fields, cottonwood trees, and an orchard adjoining sandy beaches along Colorado’s Yampa River.
  • The ranch is complemented by an approximately 30,000 acre federal “grazing right” that runs some 17 miles east-west and 6-7 miles north-south along the Yampa River and  the surrounding Yampa Bench perfect for a cattle operation.
  • Your secluded backyard includes miles of river, canyons, crags, cliffs, scenic panoramas and intriguing archeological sites.
  • Hikes along the river and shady side canyons reveal ancient fossils, prehistoric Native American ruins, as well as waterfalls and clear creeks tumbling out of narrow gorges sheltering hidden Colorado oases.
  • The ranch is located in the highly coveted hunting Unit 10 and is rated as one of the best trophy elk and mule deer areas in the United States and class III and IV rapids are right out your door.
$2,200,000
525 +/- Deeded Acres
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Maverick Fishing Ranch

Salida, Colorado (Fremont County)

The Maverick Fishing Ranch is a 156-acre river-front property that controls 2 miles of the Arkansas River ~5 miles below Salida, CO.  Traditionally mana

156 +/- Deeded Acres
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Lazy Bones Ranch

Sedalia, Colorado (Douglas County)

  • Grand 7,500 square foot alpine log home designed by OZ Architecture and built by Shaw Construction
  • Approximately 10 miles to Sedalia, 18 miles to Castle Rock, and 35 miles to Denver
  • Borders Pike National Forest for 1.5 miles
  • Other improvements include recently remodeled caretaker’s residence (4 bedroom, 2 bath), hay and equipment barn, half-mile private driveway, buried utilities, and backup generator
  • Just a few minutes to world class fly-fishing on South Platte River
  • Unlimited recreation with trails leading directly from ranch onto National Forest and beyond to the Colorado Trail and South Platte River
  • 30 acre hay meadow, pond and forest mitigation plan on property and adjoining forest
  • Implemented forest mitigation project on over half of property’s forested area
$2,950,000
112 +/- Deeded Acres
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Calloway Hill Ranch

Livermore, Colorado (Larimer County)

  • Located just 1.5 hours from Denver and 25 miles north of Fort Collins near the Colorado/Wyoming border
  • 3.5 miles of private fly-fishing on both sides of the North Fork of the Cache La Poudre River, of which 1 mile is owned by the ranch and totally exclusive
  • Private access to 275-acre Halligan Reservoir for additional fishing and recreation including small boats and ice fishing
  • Pristine landscape is home to a plethora of wildlife and offers hunting opportunities for mule deer, elk, bear, lion, and bobcat (GMU #191)
  • Member of Phantom Canyon Ranches and just downstream of The Nature Conservancy’s “Phantom Canyon Wildlife Preserve
  • Thoughtfully protected by a Conservation Easement while still allowing two building sites on the property
  • The region surrounding the property features more than 10,000 acres of conserved lands, state parks and wildlife areas
  • Strong native grasses support summer cattle grazing
$2,050,000
778 +/- Deeded Acres
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Sandstone Ranch

Larkspur, Colorado (Douglas County)

  • 2,038 +/- acres with irrigated gentle sloping hay meadows, scenic red rock formations, rocky ridges, forested hillsides, meandering creeks and ponds
  • Secluded and private yet convenient access to the charming town of Larkspur (3 miles) and Castle Rock (15 miles)
  • Represents one of the largest undeveloped properties available along the foothills between Denver and Colorado Springs
  • Common boundary with Pike National Forest for 3.5 miles
  • Historic water rights from 1860s have been used to irrigate 220 acres
  • Classic working ranch and equestrian estate with modern facilities and vintage barns, including 19 farm buildings and 4 homes totaling approximately 33,840 sq. ft.
  • 40 miles south of  Denver, 30 miles from Colorado Springs, 4 miles west of I-25
  • Entitlements from approved Rural Site Plan for 114 lots
  • Exemplary conservation opportunity
$18,750,000
2,038 +/- Deeded Acres
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Triangle C Ranch

Rye, Colorado (Pueblo County)

  • Spectacular views
  • Senior water rights
  • 125 acres irrigated hay fields
  • Beautifully appointed 6,000 sq. ft. home
  • Newly remodeled designer kitchen
  • 5,000 sq. ft. Horse Barn
  • 3,000 sq. ft. Hay Barn
  • Riding Arena and Cutting Pen
  • 10 minute drive from the idyllic town of Rye, Colorado
  • Commercial air service is an hour and a half drive to Colorado Springs, Colorado
$1,850,000
330 +/- Deeded Acres
9
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Fundo Los Leones

Aysén Region

Sitting along 6 miles of private shoreline of the spectacular Pitipalena Fjord and 5 miles of the Palena River as it flows in to the Pacific Ocean, this be

$2,950,000
1,700 +/-
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Lago Espolón

Futaleufú(Los Lagos)

  • One mile of lake-frontage on Espolón Lake
  • Two miles along the Ceniza River
  • Two modest log cabins
  • Only 30 minutes from the town of Futaleufú
$1,908,648
600 +/- Total
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Boswell Ranch

Laramie, Wyoming (Albany County)

  • The ranch is located within 2.5 hrs of Denver, Colo.
  • National Forest inholdings of this kind are rare.
  • The Snowy Range has some of the highest densities of moose left in the state, and many moose, elk, and mule deer call the Boswell home.
  • Snowy Range is some of the finest snowmobiling in the world, complete with over 320 miles of groomed trails and over 1 million acres of National Forest.
  • This area has excellent year-round recreational opportunities for anything the outdoors person seeks to do.
$700,000
142 +/- Deeded Acres
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Rocking Bar MB Ranch

Pagosa Springs, Colorado (Hinsdale County)

The Rocking Bar MB is a rustic luxury retreat with exquisitely designed improvements, tucked deep inside the San Juan Mountains of southwestern Colorado.

$7,900,000
338 +/- Deeded Acres
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Ula Meadows

Westcliffe, Colorado (Custer County)

  • 178.2 acres in Custer County, a five minute drive from the scenic town of Westcliffe, Colorado
  • Breathtaking panoramic views of the beautiful Sangre de Christo Range
  • Prime grazing land includes both dry land and irrigated pasture that could easily be converted to native hay
  • Significant water rights in Ula (U-lay) Ditch
  • The backdrop to Ula Meadows is forever protected by adjacent properties covered by conservation easements
  • Fully deeded access to County roads on both sides of property
  • Commercial air service is an hour and a half drive to Colorado Springs, CO
$545,000
178 +/- Deeded Acres
10
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Laramie Foothills Reserve

Livermore, Colorado (Larimer County)

  • 3,853 acres represent a sizable property with a Front Range locale
  • Adjoins The Nature Conservancy’s 1,120-acre “Phantom Canyon Preserve” and neighbors 30,000+ acres of two state wildlife area
$4,390,000
3,853 +/- Deeded Acres
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Jeinimeni

Chile Chico(Aysén Region)

  • Jeinimeni connects to Lago Jeinimeni National Reserve on the North West side of the property (soon to be Patagonia National Park). The rest of the property is surrounded by private land.
  • World-class fly-fishing on the southern side of the property along the Jeinimeni River
  • Access to public road
  • 45 minutes from the quaint town of Chile Chico, known for its cherry production
  • Multiple species of flora and fauna unheard of in the United States
  • An opportunity to buy international property with the guidance of an American company
$2,381,000
3,144 +/-
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Tomichi Creek Ranch

Gunnison, Colorado (Gunnison County)

  • 346 acres of open, riparian meadow with 1.5 private miles along Tomichi Creek
  • Productive flood irrigated acreage with over 17 cfs of total water rights
  • Less than 3 hours from Denver, and only 20 minutes from Gunnison, CO
  • Easy access right off Highway 50
  • Monarch Ski Area is only 30 minutes east of the property
  • The ranch produces about 300 round bales of grass hay per year, and can accommodate 100 yearlings for about 5 months
$1,100,000
346 +/-
21
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JE Canyon Ranch

Trinidad, Colorado (Las Animas County)

  • This private wildlife preserve is in one contiguous block & offers a rare opportunity to hunt bighorn sheep
  • Stunning scenery that includes 55 miles of picturesque canyons, nine miles of the Purgatoire River, & other streams, springs & ponds
  • Trophy-quality bighorn sheep, mule deer & antelope with landowner tags through Ranching for Wildlife Program
  • Ample over the counter elk tags, and hunting for turkey, black bear & mountain lion
  • Modern homes with territorial inspired vernacular architecture, barns and corrals
  • Archaeological sites and biological diversity with over 865 species of flora & fauna identified
  • Traditionally operated with up to 500 mother cows. There are multiple pastures, each with a water source, allowing for good year-round rotation.
  • High quality conservation values
  • Private grass airstrip and airplane hanger/shop
$25,300,000
49,555 +/- Deeded Acres
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Snodgrass Trailhead

Mt. Crested Butte, Colorado (Gunnison)

Formally the northern-most 101 acres of the Promontory Ranch, the Snodgrass Trailhead boasts significant wetlands and wildlife habitat, along with spectac

101 +/- Deeded Acres
9
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Caribou Ranch

Nederland, Colorado (Boulder County)

A landmark property that has hosted and recorded over 150 legendary musicians – Elton John, The Beach Boys, John Lennon, U2, and Michael Jackson, to name

Listed at $45,000,000
1,600 +/- Deeded Acres
3
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Sandy Ranch

Torrey, Utah (Garfield County)

  • Historic water rights
  • Adjoins Capitol Reef National Park, Utah
  • Two large alpine reservoirs and numerous springs
  • 550 acres of irrigated land producing over 2,000 tons of alfalfa hay
  • The 6,970 deeded acres combined with the large grazing public land permits, (7,200 AUM’s on BLM/State and 807 pairs on National Forest), creates a self sustaining operation producing high quality beef cattle.
  • Numerous recreational features include Utah trophy hunting for elk and mule deer, hiking in the adjoining National Park and along the slopes of the Henry Mountains, and enjoying one of the very few free-roaming bison herds in the US.
  • This turnkey opportunity includes current cattle herd, equipment, hay and tree inventory, main home, numerous guest and employee homes, historic cabins, and cattle handling facilities.
$7,500,000
6,970 +/- Deeded Acres
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