Located at the head of Sybille Canyon, China Wall Ranch is a very diverse and exceptionally located property directly off of HWY 34 at the midway point between Laramie and Wheatland, Wyoming. This 3,523 total acre ranch consists of an incredible diverse habitat for numerous species of big game, waterfowl, and upland birds. The ranch boasts an incredible amount of live and developed water making it an excellent pasture that has water well dispersed amongst it 2,443 deeded acres and 1,080 acres of BLM lease. China Wall Ranch blends a significant amount of production and recreational opportunities, coupled with excellent access, which presents an intriguing opportunity in southeastern Wyoming.
Located directly off of HWY 34, the ranch is under 3 hours from Denver, 42 miles from Wheatland, and 35 miles from Laramie. The property is easily accessible from anywhere in southeastern Wyoming.
China Wall Ranch elevation varies from 5800 feet to 7500 feet, and experiences the following climate conditions:
- Rainfall: 14 inches
- Snowfall: 48 inches
- 224 sunny days a year
- Average Temp in July: 80°
- Average Temp in January: 43°
China Wall provides a diverse landscape for lots of big game and other wildlife, creating excellent hunting opportunities for elk, deer, and antelope. The property is located on the southern portion of the famed Elk Area 7, which qualifies for landowner tags for these species.
With the numerous water features on the China Wall and its 3+/- acre reservoir, a valuable fishing resource can be developed.
China Wall Ranch ranching operations typically occur during the summer months from mid-May through November utilizing the excellent forage and high protein grass within the area. The ranch has exceptional water resources that are well dispersed around the 6 different pastures and the 3,523 total acres (2,442 deeded, 1,080 BLM lease).
China Wall Ranch is an incredible diverse, low overhead ranch with great access, and excellent water resources that supports a healthy amount of recreational opportunities. This makes it a desirable parcel with all the aesthetics and recreational components that an astute ranch buyer seeks.