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.
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
Located in the majestic North Fork Valley equidistant between Aspen and Telluride and just west of Gunnison, Colorado
Comfortable and rustically elegant, the interiors at Smith Fork Ranch reveal the owner’s appreciation for the great traditions of the American West
Two miles of private fishing on the Smith Fork of the Gunnison River, an additional private stream, and several ponds
Overlooking the West Elk Range of the Rocky Mountains, the property is surrounded by the Gunnison National Forest
Needle Rock Natural Area can be viewed from the home which rests beneath the Ragged and West Elk Ranges to the east, the Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park to the south, and the Grand Mesa to the north
Luxurious improvements including one main residence, two guest residences, a lovingly restored lodge, three cabins, post and beam barn with apartments and stalls, and staff housing
Custom-designed and hand-made pieces mix with American Primitive antiques, art, rugs, and accessories from leading western and Native American artisans
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.