Dave and Hunter Harrigan


“Live and work with the utmost honesty, integrity and purpose” is the high standard of the Harrigan Land Company. This “client-first” philosophy has served it well since its inception in 1992, evidenced by many successfully brokered transactions and a host of satisfied customers.
$25,500,000  •  17,520 acres
One of the best all-around hunting ranches in the Rocky Mountains, Citadel Ranch in southern Colorado is 17,520 acres (14,800+/- deeded) of incredible habitat for elk, mule deer, antelope, black bear, mountain lion, turkey and even the coveted bighorn sheep. Stretching from the 6800-foot sweeping grasslands in the east to over 10,000 feet on the forested slopes of Silver Mountain in the west, this ranch encompasses numerous life zones that are perfectly suited to an abundance of wildlife that is simply amazing. What’s more, its copious water resources, mild climate, development potential, easy accessibility and proven ranching record all add up to make Citadel Ranch a rare Colorado property that truly “has it all.”
$2,750,000  •  383 acres
Whether your interest lies in horses, trout fishing, birding or even golf, the recreation-rich Thunder Ranch in northern New Mexico is a mountain retreat tailored to the passions of your life. Tucked away in a quiet valley not far from both Taos and Santa Fe, Thunder Ranch boasts a mild climate, mountain grandeur and excellent year-round access.
$14,950,000  •  29,142 acres
“World-class” is no exaggeration when describing the exceptional trophy elk hunting on the renowned Southern Cross Ranch in west-central New Mexico. On the Southern Cross Ranch, geography, genetics and habitat have combined to create an entire ecosystem that produces some of the largest bull elk on the planet. The Southern Cross is indeed a “land of giants” well-known for amazing numbers of 350- to 400-class bulls that have free access to its 29,142 acres (18,535 deeded). Simply put, the Southern Cross controls over 45 square miles of the finest trophy elk habitat anywhere.
$1,900,000  •  3,550 acres
- 3,550 acres (630 deeded) - Two creeks, large springs, ponds, & irrigated land - Trophy elk, mule deer, bear, & turkey hunting - Well-kept owner's home, historic ranch house, barn, corals, & outbuildings - Year-round access, end-of-the-road privacy, & direct access to remote public land
$1,450,000  •  80 acres
- 3/4 of a mile of Tarryall Creek - Year-round access nearly surrounded by national forest - Two hours from Denver & just over an hour to Colorado Springs - Water rights & irrigated land First settled during the great mining rush of 1859, the Tarryall Creek Valley produced riches of placer gold for a few lucky prospectors. Today, the gold is long gone, but abundant riches still remain in the valley in the form of wildlife, lovely vistas, a trout-filled river, and a pervasive peacefulness worth much more than gold. Crossbones Ranch lies in the heart of this magical valley, and would be a perfect location for a dream home, small recreational ranch, trophy fishing property or even a corporate retreat situated not far from some of Colorado’s greatest urban areas. The Crossbones Ranch is located at an elevation of about 8700 feet, and occupies about 80 acres in the heart of the Tarryall Creek Valley, only about four miles from the once-bustling boomtown of Tarryall. Most of the ranch lies in a rich grassy meadow, bordered by hills supporting stands of ponderosa pine and aspen. Other small ranches dot the valley, but they are not crowded together, and thus Crossbones Ranch offers room to breathe. Tarryall Creek itself may be the ranch’s greatest natural asset, as it winds for three quarters of a mile through the heart of the property. This 30-foot wide stream has received loving care and habitat enhancement over the years, and is home to some sizable rainbow and brown trout, and even a few northern pike. The trout here grow up to 18 or 20 inches, and find good cover in the sweeping oxbow bends on the ranch, sheltered with natural willows. Fly fishers in particular find Tarryall Creek a delight, with its moderate currents and steady hatches. As superb as the stream fishing is at the ranch, many other recreational opportunities are available nearby. The ranch adjoins the Pike National Forest, with deer, elk, bear, mountain lion and bighorn sheep hunting. The rugged Lost Creek Wilderness is close at hand, offering days of hiking or horseback adventures, surrounding the 12,000-foot peaks of the Tarryall Mountains. Lake fishing is available at Tarryall Reservoir, just seven miles upstream. Mountain biking is superb on the National Forest, and, of course, the ever-changing scenes in the Tarryall Valley can keep a photographer busy for years. Crossbones Ranch is largely unimproved, but is brimming with potential, with several lovely private building sites and year-round paved access. Power and telephone already reach the ranch, and no conservation easements encumber the property. The property comes with 2 cfs of water rights that are ample to water its hay meadows. The Tarryall Valley is a hidden treasure that is surprisingly accessible to both Colorado Springs and Denver. The former is but an hour drive away, and the latter, 90 minutes. It would be hard to imagine a better private weekend fishing retreat from either of these urban centers than the Crossbones Ranch. The “Fifty-niner” prospectors of the Tarryall Valley were men who dreamed big. Many of their dreams were not fulfilled, but the valley still invites dreamers of another variety. Those who would dream of rising trout, lovely solitude and a valley unchanged by time, can find those dreams richly fulfilled at Crossbones Ranch.
$4,500,000  •  2,100 acres
- 2,100 deeded acres located in the Midvale Irrigation District north of Riverton - 828 acres are currently irrigated by four pivots, buried concrete pipe, & gated pipe - Three homes, two heated shops, barn, corrals and irrigation infrastructure - Excellent production farm or cattle ranch
$3,200,000  •  132 acres
| 132 acres on the White River | | 1/4 of world-class trout fishing | | Senior water rights irrigating nearly 100 acres | | Historic barn, bunkhouse, corals, & more | | Minutes from Meeker, CO |
$3,250,000  •  478 acres
|478 acres between Denver & Colorado Springs | | Valuable water rights | | Diverse topography | | Elk, mule deer, & antelope | | Year-round access & mountain views | | Excellent horse property, recreational ranch, & development opportunity |
Contact for Price  •  470 acres
The Whitmire Ranch is 470± acres of rolling grassland dotted with hundreds of mature pecan and oak trees. The ranch is well-equipped as either a cattle or horse estate. The property will be auctioned in 4 tracts and combinations ranging from 20± acre home to 318± acre executive estate with extensive horse facilities.
$4,199,000  •  1,595 acres
[1,595 deeded acres with a recreational lease on 640 acres of state land] [High fenced elk hunting offering 400”+ bulls] [Two stocked fishing lakes & water rights to irrigate 400 acres] [Two homes, hunting lodge, elk facilities, & shop] [Outstanding recreational ranch, mountain retreat, &/or elk ranch] Picture rolling grasslands that sweep up to a mountain of dark timber, broad vistas that stretch well in to Wyoming and a pervasive quiet that soaks into your soul, and you’ll have a good start on visualizing Trophy Mountain Ranch north of Walden, Colorado. Now add in a few dozen magnificent 350-plus class bull elk and a couple of ponds boiling with trophy trout, and you’ll see why this ranch is the stuff of which sportsman’s dreams are made. Trophy Mountain Ranch spreads over 1595 deeded acres only a stone’s throw from the Wyoming border in North Park, secluded twenty miles north of Walden, and eighty miles northeast of Steamboat Springs. An additional 640 acres of fully fenced State Land is leased for recreational purposes. Rocky Mountain elk are the pride and joy of Trophy Mountain Ranch, as the entire property is high-fenced and has been operated as a trophy elk hunting preserve for years. Improvements on the ranch, however, and its location adjoining many square miles of public land, can inspire a vision that includes hunting and much more. Lying at about 8000 feet, Trophy Mountain Ranch sits at the foot of Independence Mountain on the northwest side of North Park. Natural grasslands and sagebrush dominate most of the property, but uplands with a mix of dark timber and aspen forest plus the bottomlands of Threemile Creek provide a diversity of habitat, perfect for the resident elk herd. Elk dominate within the confines of the ranch, but adjacent public land supports mule deer, black bear, mountain lion and moose. The entire property has been carefully managed to optimize the elk herd. A strong ten-foot fence surrounds the property, and water and feeding sources have been developed to maintain the herd. Although presently zoned for commercial hunting and outfitting, new owners could either retain this use, or breach the fence to allow the free passage of wildlife. Trophy fishing is an underutilized resource on the ranch, and could be enhanced. One main lake, Threemile Reservoir, is very deep and has a track record of producing large trout, and several smaller impoundments could be expanded to hold fish that can grow into multiple-pound calibre. Superb public fishing includes the North Platte River in Northgate Canyon, just across the valley, and the famous, trout-rich Delaney Buttes Reservoirs to the south. Water rights are excellent on the ranch, and include 7 CFS on Threemile Creek and 161 acre-feet of storage rights in two reservoirs. The water is ample to support 400 acres of hay production, which in turn can support the elk herd or cattle, or as mentioned above, developed further into trophy trout lakes. Trophy Mountain Ranch is turn-key ready to receive guests for a topnotch experience. The 4000-square foot Lodge is completely remodeled and has seven bedrooms and four full-sized baths. A huge kitchen and dining room easily serves up to 12 persons, and a recreation room and patio with a hot tub allows for serious relaxation. In addition, the ranch features an owner’s house of 2800 square feet with five bedrooms, and a 4-bedroom manager’s house. A stock barn provides for equipment storage and a meat barn is fully equipped to process game. Although world-class elk hunting is the current centerpiece of Trophy Mountain Ranch, it has remarkable potential as a broad-based recreational ranch, including trophy stillwater fishing, horseback riding and snowmobiling and/or ski touring in the winter months. Access to adjacent BLM and Forest Service lands are a real asset. The excellent facilities are already in place to serve clientele with a variety of interests, and are suited for corporate or family retreats as well. Those desiring to add cattle to the mix can expect the ranch to support approximately 75 cow/calf pairs with supplemental winter feeding. Year-round access is available via Jackson County Road 4, a graded gravel road. Harrigan Land Company is partial to ranches that have a rich variety of potentials, and we know of few properties that have the potential of Trophy Mountain Ranch. If this well-maintained North Park Ranch has captured your fancy, let us know and we’d love to see if we can help craft a match between it and your dreams. Trophy Mountain Ranch has the recreational lease on 640 acres of State Trust Land. The State Trust Land is not included in the purchase price and there is no value associated to the lease. The assignment of the lease is not guaranteed to the purchaser and must be approved by The State Land Board.
$19,950,000  •  7,177 acres
[83,604 total acres (7,177 deeded)] [8.5 miles of world-class fishing] [Elk, mule/white tail deer, turkey, upland birds, & waterfowl] [Territorial water rights to irrigate 1,400 acres] [Substantial improvements] [Includes 800+/- cows, available bulls, & equipment] HISTORY: When ancestral tribes of Native Americans wandered into Paint Rock Creek Canyon in what is now north-central Wyoming over 10,000 years ago, they knew they had found an exceptional place. Abundant fresh water, a mild climate and huge herds of game enticed them to call this place home for thousands of years. Today, this exceptional corner of Wyoming is occupied by amazing Paint Rock Canyon Ranch, a premier working legacy ranch that has been in the hands of only two families since it was homesteaded over a century ago. Thus, Paint Rock Canyon Ranch elegantly controls approximately 83,604 acres (7,177 deeded) with several miles of blue-ribbon trout streams, remarkably productive grasslands, fascinating archaeological sites and big game habitat that is second-to-none in the Rocky Mountains. INTRODUCTION: Paint Rock Canyon Creek is born on the western slopes of 13,165-foot Cloud Peak, the highest point in Wyoming's Bighorn Mountains, and then rushes many miles through a deep limestone canyon. At the foot of this canyon, the trout-rich creek breaks out into the Bighorn Basin at about 5000 feet, and into the holdings of Paint Rock Canyon Ranch, in a lovely setting of broad hay meadows fringed by red sandstone cliffs. Located at the end of the road, Paint Rock Canyon Ranch offers private Western grandeur like few ranches anywhere in the Rockies. FISHING: Paint Rock Canyon Creek and its tributary Medicine Lodge Creek offer more than 8 combined miles of private fishing for wild rainbow and brown trout that grow fat and strong. Several additional miles of fishing are directly adjacent to ranch on BLM land and rarely accessed by the public. Many fish reach 14 to 17 inches in these streams, and will rise readily to dry flies. The largest fish in the stream exceed over 20 inches. As the ranch is located high in the basin, water quantity is never an issue, and water quality is top-notch. Additionally, a couple of springs on the ranch could easily supply large trophy trout ponds. HUNTING: As the ancients discovered, wildlife thrives along Paint Rock Creek as well. Large resident herds of trophy elk, pronghorn, mule deer and whitetail deer can all be found on the ranch itself and on adjacent public lands. Commonly, herds of up to 600 elk can be seen in the ranch's meadows. Big game hunting is outstanding and very private, even on public land sections that are largely blocked in by the ranch's holdings. The ranch is rich with gamebirds as well: pheasants, turkey, chukkar, sharp-tailed grouse, geese, ducks and blue grouse are all present in huntable numbers on and around the ranch. PRODUCTION: In operation as a cattle or sheep ranch for over 100 years, Paint Rock Canyon Ranch has been fine-tuned as a commercial enterprise. Its irrigation rights are spectacular and about as senior as they come, and permit amazing crops of hay on over 1400 total irrigated acres. Each year the ranch's meadows produce over 3000 tons of hay, thanks in part to six pivots that irrigate nearly 1000 acres. RANCHING: Cattle ranching is the economic mainstay at Paint Rock Canyon, with 1250 cow/calf units currently supported. The unique foothills location of the ranch allows these animals to graze in the adjacent high country federal leases in the summer months, and in the lowlands to the west in the fall and winter months. The ranch's hay production support these animals throughout the winter, usually with an excess of hay to sell as well. IMPROVEMENTS: Physical improvements on Paint Rock Canyon Ranch are almost too many to enumerate. The cattle operation includes a full complement of barns, shops and outbuildings and a cow camp cabin on permitted Forest Service land. Two employee houses are included as well as a large apartment. The owner's compound is a spectacular, sprawling 4500-square foot home on a single level, with amazing views of the red bluffs of Medicine Lodge Canyon, the Paint Rock Canyon gorge and the distant Absaroka Range. It includes a state of the art kitchen and a 1000-square foot gym. Designed by a prominent California architect, it is filled with fascinating design details and fits into the Wyoming landscape perfectly. Close to the owner's house is a 2500-square foot guest house with its own 5-car garage. Two additional 2500-square-foot homes are also included on the ranch, one near the ranching community of Hyattville and another on the bench near the owner's complex. At Paint Rock Creek Canyon Ranch, there is never a shortage of space for guests! YOUTH CAMP: A final major improvement on this exceptional property is a youth camp constructed by the Alm Family Foundation, which has served disadvantaged youth from the Los Angeles area for several years. Its award-winning design includes a lodge and commercial kitchen and several cabins and dormitories. The youth camp may or may not be continued in operation, as per the buyer's decision. CONSERVATION: The Nature Conservancy has acquired a conservation easement on 4595 acres of the ranch property. The terms of this easement allow for a 1000 square foot retreat cabin and a second youth camp facility to be constructed within the easement boundaries if desired. The conservation easement allows for the best of the natural features and the agricultural use of the land to be preserved for generations to come. RECREATION: The western Bighorn Mountains are filled with recreational potential. In addition to the world-class hunting and fishing on the ranch, horseback riding, hiking and backpacking is available in the adjacent Bighorn National Forest and its Cloud Peak Wilderness Area. Almost in the backyard is the Medicine Lodge State Archaeological Site, with informative displays, fishing and camping. Cody and a regional airport, the eastern gateway to Yellowstone National Park, is only 90 minutes away, and the famous hot springs at Thermopolis are only about an hour's drive. PRICE: Yes, those ancient Americans who first found Paint Rock Creek knew a good thing when they found it. We at Harrigan Land Company know a good thing when we find it, too, and Paint Rock Canyon Ranch is like no other place we've visited. If you're intrigued by this one-of-a-kind legacy ranch, we can meet you there for your introduction to a part of Wyoming that we're confident that you'll never forget.
$4,950,000  •  518 acres
Learn more here http://www.harriganland.com/property/canones-creek-ranch-new-mexico/ - 518 acres on the Chama River - 1.25 miles of both sides of the Chama River - Two trout filled ponds - Water rights capable of irrigating over 300 acres - Ranch home, apartment, & historic barn - Abundant elk, mule deer, & turkey Dont tell a soul, but one of New Mexico's best trout fishing secrets lies in the heart of the Chama Valley between Santa Fe and Pagosa Springs, Colorado. Caones Creek Ranch brims with trout fishing possibilities in five lunker-filled ponds and 1.25 miles of the productive Chama River. Including the amenities of two homes and superb year-round access, this may be the finest New Mexico fishing property on the market today.
$32,000,000  •  16,309 acres
Broken Butt Ranch New Mexico: Never before offered on the market, the Broken Butt Ranch in northern New Mexico easily qualifies as one of the largest remaining elk-rich mountain ranches in the state. The ranch’s 16,309 deeded acres lie squarely in the path of a major elk migration route between the high San Juan Mountains and the wintering grounds of New Mexico, and guarantees a healthy population of animals during hunting season. With impressive size, superb habitat and excellent year-round access, Broken Butt Ranch has an unexaggerated potential as a big game hunting property of national significance.
$3,450,000  •  923 acres
Red Hawk Ranch Crested Butte, CO • 923 acres adjoining National Forest • Trophy mule deer and elk hunting • 5,400 sf fully furnished lodge • 10+ springs and ponds • 30 min. from Gunnison & 50 min. from Crested Butte $3,950,000
Harrigan Land Company

Dave and Hunter Harrigan
1781 Macom Drive
Sedalia, CO 80135

Office: 303-683-9090
Toll Free: 800-524-1818