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Saladon Creek Ranch

Angel Fire, New Mexico (Colfax County)
$6,342,000
1,812 +/- Deeded Acres

The property enjoys water resources including Saladon Creek, Cieneguilla Creek, a newly built and lined high mountain pond, and numerous seeps, springs, and tanks.

A Stunning Mountain Hunting Ranch
Featuring
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  • Stunning mountain property with supreme privacy and seclusion only 5 minutes from Angel Fire, NM
  • Excellent elk hunting with high numbers and quality bulls
  • 5 minutes away from skiing, golf, and restaurants/services of Angel Fire
  • 40 minutes from Taos and Red River
  • Extraordinary views of Wheeler Peak and the Moreno Valley
  • Fishing for rainbow trout, pike, koho, and kokanee salmon minutes away at the 2200 acre Eagle Nest Lake
  • Extraordinary homesite has been graded and prepped with well, underground power, and fiber internet conduit. Architectural plans Included.
  • Jet capable Angel Fire Airport, with an asphalt runway measuring 8,900 feet, is less than 10 minutes from the ranch
  • Adjacent to and may be combined with American Creek
Introduction
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The combination of quiet seclusion, significant acreage, and close proximity to civilization is arguably the most attractive and elusive draw in the ranch world these days. Saladon Creek has it. Elk, mule deer, turkey, bear, grouse, and mountain lion thrive in the aspens, pines, and meadows of American Creek, less than 10 minutes away from the skiing, golf, and restaurants of Angel Fire. The property enjoys water resources including Saladon Creek, Cieneguilla Creek, a newly built and lined high mountain pond, and numerous seeps, springs, and tanks. Elk hunting is as good as it gets here, with very high numbers, quality genetics, and transferable landowner tags. There is a graded and prepped homesite with a well, underground power, fiber internet conduit, and stunning views. This property is adjacent to and may be combined with American Creek Ranch.

Lay of the Land
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Saladon Creek Ranch lies on the southeast end of the Moreno Valley in northern NM. The property enjoys a nice mix of aspen/pine-covered hills, meadows, and year-round water in Saladon Creek itself.

Improvements

There is a graded and prepped homesite with a well, underground power, fiber internet conduit, and stunning views. This property is adjacent to and may be combined with American Creek Ranch.

Locale

The western edge of the property fronts Highway 64 about 2.5 miles north of the town of Angel Fire and the Angel Fire Ski Resort, offering alpine skiing, snowboarding, nordic skiing, kids tubing, sledding, ziplining, golf, and tennis.

This part of New Mexico is known for its friendly, laid-back western authenticity. The area was called “angel fire” by the Ute Indians, who marveled at the valley sunsets as if fire was bestowed in the sky from the angels in heaven.

Climate

Situated at 8,500 feet, Saladon Creek Ranch offers respite from the summer heat, as temperatures rarely exceed 80 degrees.

Sporting Features
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Hunting

Northern New Mexico is well known for its outstanding elk hunting, both in terms of numbers and trophy quality. Saladon Creek is no exception. The water, topography, and ideal mix of meadows and timber provide a sanctuary for elk and other wildlife, including mule deer, turkeys, bear, grouse, and mountain lion. Transferable landowner tags are available for bull and cow elk.

Fishing

There is excellent fishing for rainbow trout, pike, koho, and kokanee salmon minutes away at the 2200 acre Eagle Nest Lake. The Cimmaron River tailwater, just below Eagle Nest dam, offers some of the finest fly fishing in the state of New Mexico with browns and rainbows up to 18”.

Recreation

Other recreation opportunities include hiking, snowshoeing, and OHVing.

Ranch Attributes
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Ranch Operations

Saladon Creek is first and foremost a mountain recreation ranch.  That so, the ranch is equipped with infrastructure and water for summer cattle grazing on the lower meadows.  There is live creek water, dirt tanks, ponds, seeps, and springs throughout the property.  

The owner has constructed an impressive network of two-track roads providing access to nearly everywhere on the property and has also developed several water resources for wildlife and/or stock.

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