• 3,268 acres (2,668 deeded, 600 leased)
  • 8 miles of the Canadian River Canyon
  • Nationally recognized conservation potential
  • Surrounded by more than half a million acres of undeveloped prairie grasslands
  • Unlimited potential for drop-camp hunting locations
  • Trophy elk, mule deer, pronghorn, aoudad sheep, wild turkeys, black bear and mountain lion
  • Adjacent to Kiowa National Grasslands and Mills Canyon State Park
  • Historically significant archaeological sites and Hispanic homesteads
  • Includes 1,800 sq. ft. staging residence in Springer, NM (20 minute drive)

Twenty Hatchets Ranch is a uniquely secluded wildland inholding on northern New Mexico’s legendary Canadian River Canyon.  Surrounded by hundreds of miles of undeveloped high prairie grasslands, this 3,268 acre (2,668 deeded) canyon ranch controls eight miles of the Canadian River and boasts unparalleled scenery and wildlife habitat. Perennial river flows in the semi-arid environment create a robust riparian zone, and when combined with the unique features and cover of the 800’ deep canyon, Twenty Hatchets Ranch serves as sanctuary to trophy elk, mule deer, pronghorn, aoudad sheep, wild turkeys, black bear and mountain lion.  With historically significant archaeological sites and original Hispanic homesteads, Twenty Hatchets has been recognized by national and state conservation organizations for it’s tremendous conservation values and unique preservation potential, making Twenty Hatchets an attractive long-term investment opportunity.

Twenty Hatchets Ranch

3,268 +/- total acres
New Mexico
Colfax County, Springer


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Ken Mirr

O: 303-623-4545
C: 303-888-0907