Blue Star Ranch
With over a mile of the Little Snake River, the ranch offers a log home, dramatic scenery, important wildlife habitat, water resources, riparian areas, and native species.
- Approximately 741 deeded acres
- Over a mile of the Little Snake River
- Spectacular views of Cross Mountain to the east and Douglas Mountain to the west
- Located within Colorado’s famed GMU # 2 (and 11)
- Critical habitat for big game including elk, mule deer, and pronghorn
- Modern 2,325 sq/ft log-home is functional with off-grid solar and propane back-up
- Substantial conservation values with dramatic scenery, important wildlife habitat, water resources, riparian areas, and native species
Located on the Little Snake River five (5) miles above the confluence with the Yampa River in Colorado’s remote northwest rangelands, the 741-acre Blue Star Ranch is a diverse secluded paradise with over a mile of river frontage, rich riparian bottomland habitat, and broad pinyon, juniper, and sage uplands. Surrounded on all sides by thousands of acres of public BLM (Bureau of Land Management) wilderness and one of the largest private ranches in the state, Blue Star Ranch serves as critical habitat for big game including elk, mule deer, and pronghorn. The modern and functional 2,325 sq. ft. log cabin is fully equipped and functional with off-grid solar and propane supported living, and enjoys spectacular views of both the Douglas Mountains to the west and Cross Mountain to the east. Colorado’s recently identified wolf pack has visited the ranch and the property is a seasonal home to the state’s largest migratory elk herd. With both significant conservation and development potential, Blue Star Ranch is an excellent long-term investment opportunity.