Located within the Laramie Mountain Range near the famed Labonte Canyon is Corduroy Creek Ranch. A spectacular mountain property containing some of most dramatic rock outcroppings in the Laramie Range, the property is full of water, big game, and aesthetic value, making this a stunning and rare offering. This 765 total acre ranch is a true sportsman’s paradise surrounded by compelling views, direct public land adjacency, and dissected by Corduroy Creek along with numerous other small creeks and springs throughout the property. This all creates excellent big game habitat and a valuable summer grazing parcel. An extremely diverse mountain property, Corduroy Creek Ranch is located within Trophy Elk Area Unit 7.
Corduroy Creek Ranch offers rolling to rough terrain, creating a very diverse biological landscape within a sub-alpine setting, containing several recreational attributes and scenic beauty in every direction. The property is dissected with about 1/2 mile of Corduroy Creek, as well as numerous others springs and seeps spread out throughout the property. A good portion of the property is covered with old ponderosa growth, as well as several aspen stands, open parks, and dramatic rock outcroppings.
Located four hours from Denver, Colo. and about 45 miles southwest of Douglas, Wyoming and I-25, the property is directly off of Labonte Canyon Road.
- Rainfall: 14 inches
- Snowfall: 48 inches
- 224 sunny days a year
- Average Temp in July: 80°
- Average Temp in January: 43°
Corduroy Creek Ranch provides a diverse landscape in an incredibly picturesque area with lots of big game and other wildlife. This creates excellent hunting opportunities for elk and deer on the property itself, while the direct public land adjacency creates endless recreational opportunities. The property is within a premier portion of the famed Elk Area 7, and qualifies for landowner tags for elk and deer.
Corduroy Creek is a spectacular mountain property full of water, big game, and aesthetic value. This 765-acre offering is a true sportsman’s paradise, surrounded by some of the most compelling views, and containing some of the most dramatic rock outcroppings in the Laramie Range. This is one of the best mountain properties on the market in southeastern Wyoming today.