Mirr Ranch Group

Founded in 2005 by Ken Mirr, Mirr Ranch Group is a ranch real estate brokerage specializing in legacy ranches and sporting properties with conservation values. Our belief is that selling landscapes is comparable to dealing in fine art and requires a depth of understanding, skill, and tailored marketing to reach sophisticated ultra high net-worth buyers.

We have a proven track record, and our group has distinctive backgrounds and education with exceptional communication and negotiation skills. Our team consists of MBAs, marketers, wildlife biologists, outfitters, ranch managers, skilled negotiators from national conservation groups, and PR specialists to tackle the sensitive issues.

$9,000,000  •  643 acres
643 acres of pristine mountain property Scenic mountain vistas including multiple 14’ers Quality hunting for elk, mule deer and other game (GMU 39) Two bedroom cabin and historic barn Protective Conservation Easement provides for the development of 3 additional residences and subdivisions 1.5 miles of Corral Creek flow through the property and numerous springs and seeps 2.3 miles of ranch boundary adjoins National Forest or Denver Mountain Parks Approximately 20 minutes from downtown Evergreen and less than an hour to Denver
$10,000,000  •  844 acres
844 acres of pristine mountain property 1.5 miles of Vance Creek flows through the ranch Approximately 30 acres of irrigated hay meadows surround the riparian zone Mature ponderosa pines, gentle sloping hillsides, private parks and dramatic cliff faces Habitat for a plethora of wildlife including elk, mule deer, moose, mountain goats and more (GMU 39) Scenic mountain views from numerous vantage points The northern boundary of the ranch adjoins Hicks Mountain Park for over a mile Protective Conservation Easement provides for the development and subdivision of three residential Building Envelopes and a central ranch headquarters area Approximately 20 minutes from downtown Evergreen and less than an hour to Denver
$5,340,000  •  111 acres
Accessible year-round via the South Echo frontage road in Henefer Utah, this 111-acre fishing ranch includes ½ mile of Weber River frontage which winds through the western part of the property. An old cabin at the southwest corner of the property is ideally situated on a hillside that looks over the river, meadow, and distant mountain range. Existing wetlands, springs, and small ponds by the river host a diverse community of plant and animal life. The property contains incredible habitat for waterfowl, nesting sandhill cranes, osprey, and red-tailed hawks. The riverfrontage is spectacular, home to woodlands and small groves with multiple locations for campsites. The ranch property will be conveyed with 168 shares in the Echo Ditch Irrigation Company in addition to a water right associated with the cabin site. The property is an excellent candidate for conservation, a small family fishing compound, or a horse ranch. The property sits at about 5,400 feet in elevation and approximately 20 acres are flood irrigated and farmed for hay. A portion of the property sits adjacent to the Henefer-Echo Wildlife Management area, which has been designated by the state as a critical habitat for wintering mule deer and elk. The WMA is also home to chukar, wild turkey, ruffed grouse, and dusky grouse.
$10,950,000  •  266 acres
The Best Rock Mine is located in the heart of the Western Colorado growth corridor in the eclectic town of Delta. Located just off Highway 50 between the rapidly expanding cities of Grand Junction and Montrose, the operation lies in the perfect service location. The Union Pacific Railroad borders the property for 1.1 miles and has a commercial crossing already in place, with the potential for a future rail spur. The mine contains an estimated eight to ten million tons of available high quality aggregate. Mining operations broke ground in the Spring of 2024 and are fully operational. The Colorado Mining Permit allows for very lucrative cement and asphalt batch plants to be operated on site. Three phase electrical power, a six inch natural gas line, and a city sewer line are already in place. New dump trucks, water truck, wheel loader, dozer, scraper, and scale/house to be included in a sale. This property is surrounded by beautiful cottonwood lined rivers on three sides that provide for some very unique hunting and fishing opportunities. Majestic views of the Grand Mesa and the West Elk Mountain Range provide for a very scenic backdrop for the property. 11.45 CFS of historic water rights irrigate just under 200 acres of some of the best farm ground in the state. The farming operation provides for a great supplemental revenue stream for the mining operation. There are also two homes, two large equipment shops, and numerous other outbuildings on the property.
$2,100,000  •  15,000 acres
Tucked away in northwestern Colorado lies Elk Creek Ranch, a one-of-a-kind private sporting community situated along the banks of the esteemed White River. This exclusive private membership community can be described as the most premier fly-fishing and hunting retreat in the West. With over 30 miles of private fly-fishing along the White River and Elk Creek, world-class big game hunting in an expansive and unspoiled natural habitat, along with luxurious amenities, Elk Creek Ranch offers a truly unparalleled membership experience and unique ownership opportunity.
$30,000,000  •  17,000 acres
A vast 17,000-acre sanctuary in eastern Utah includes spectacular riverfrontage, endless opportunities for recreation and hunting in addition to significant natural resources. Surrounded by over one million acres of public land, the ranch contains miles of roads and trails, including well-maintained county roads, 2-tracks, and game trails. The north end of the ranch boasts 3 ½ miles of White River frontage with ideal locations for primitive cabin or camp sites. The larger, southern, 13,429-acre Evacuation Creek section of the ranch is home to historic mining and railway communities and provides endless opportunities for recreation including mountain biking, ATV riding, hiking, and camping. The accessibility and topography of the ranch provide a blank slate on which to develop a recreation and trail master plan for multiple uses. The property hosts a variety of unique wildlife including bison and wild mustangs plus the ranch provides critical winter habitat for migrating elk and deer. The White River Ranch is a strong candidate for Utah’s Cooperative Wildlife Management Unit (CWMU) program which provides guaranteed big game hunting permits to private property owners. The property contains one of the largest privately owned oil shale reserves in the United States with significant resource potential. Ownership of such an asset may provide considerable economic return to the next owner.
$3,850,000  •  2,420 acres
This picturesque ranch includes 2,420 deeded acres and 388 acres of dryland farm ground. The property features a charming ranch headquarters with amenities such as a barn, workshop, corrals, grain storage, and other essential facilities for livestock and farming operations. Located just a few minutes from the main road, Castle Rock Ranch offers a blend of recreational opportunities, stunning landscapes, and a rich historical background. 2,420 acres located 4 miles south of McGrew, NE; 21 miles SE of Scottsbluff, NE; and 211 miles northeast of Denver CO. Approximately 388 acres of dry land crop ground, with a modest 2 bedroom 1 bath house, workshop, corrals, and various livestock and farm-related facilities Beautiful and diverse landscapes in the shadow of Castle Rock and Coyote Rock Big game hunting for Mule Deer Occasional Turkey and Bighorn sheep Productive dryland farm and cattle grazing operation that is fenced and cross-fenced with adequate water sources distributed throughout the ranch Historically significant area along the Oregon Trail
$9,850,000  •  1,200 acres
Located in a relatively unknown, hidden and pristine part of Colorado, the spectacular Big Bear Ranch spans a broad mix of topography and vegetation including mountain hillsides, open prairie, and inviting forests. Graced with a beautiful 9,000 sq. ft. main residence and a balance of well-maintained working improvements including a 2,000 sq. ft. manager’s residence and 1,000 sq. ft. guest house, the ranch is an ideal family summer retreat and fall hunting property. While private and secluded, the ranch is easy to get to and sits an hour and a half from Colorado Springs and less than an hour from necessity shopping.
$13,500,000  •  3,676 acres
- 3,676 +/- deeded acres with adjoining 9,570 acre +/- BLM lease and 640 acres State lease - 3,150 acres of hay meadows and pastures irrigated by historic water rights consisting of 166 cfs and 936-acre feet of storage in Butte Reservoir - Excellent fly-fishing along 4.4 miles of the North Platte River and adjoins Gold Medal waters on three separate lakes within the Delaney Butte Lakes State Wildlife Area - Conservation easement with The Nature Conservancy - Estimated carrying capacity of 925 cow/calf pairs, currently very focused on hay production - Numerous functional improvements with primary residence, new shop, two-story owner/manager’s home, manufactured homes, historic barn, two new hay barns, outbuildings, and corrals - Situated just 7 miles from Walden along county-maintained roads and easy access to world-class skiing, including one hour from Steamboat Springs, 1.5 hours from Winter Park, and just under 3 hours from Denver, Colorado - Level topography along the North Park valley floor situated at an average of 8,000′ above sea level
$150,000,000  •  3,720 acres
30 minutes from Aspen Situated in a private mountain valley in the pristine Capitol Creek Valley The largest property of its kind near Aspen Three creeks meander through the ranch for over 5 miles Irrigated meadows with historic water rights irrigating 1,200 acres Features three main characteristics: The 2,780 +\- acre main headquarters, including the monastery and retreat center The 437 +/- acre West Meadow, an irrigated mesa that adjoins the Headquarters to the west The 567 +/- acre McCartney Mesa to the south that towers over the entire property Excellent hunting opportunity as the property sits in Colorado Game Management Unit 43 Small stream fishing on Capitol Creek Exquisite and tranquil lands perfect for hiking, horseback riding, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, and more Excellent opportunity for conservation
$630,000  •  70 acres
- Overlooks and is directly adjacent to a semi-private spring-fed pond that is nearly 25 surface acres. - 70 acres with full irrigation rights provided from Wheatland Irrigation District - 50 acres under a center pivot - Private pond access and frontage (just 3 other properties have ownership and control the access to the pond) - Perfectly centered in a main waterfowl flight path for excellent waterfowl hunting and viewing. - Underground power to the center of the property. - Great views in every direction - Road frontage with good access just minutes from Wheatland, Wyoming - 2.30 hrs from Denver, Colorado with great access off the pavement and well-maintained county roads
$1,750,000  •  649 acres
Sarich Farm, located just 3 miles northeast of Kimball, Nebraska, is an exceptional turn-key farm offering productive land and opportunities for both farmers and investors. The property features a total of 649 acres of agricultural land, including 284 acres under a center pivot irrigation system and 365 acres of dryland farm ground. The property benefits from its convenient location near Kimball, providing easy access to local amenities, markets, and transportation routes. This further enhances the desirability and potential profitability of the Sarich Farm.
$29,850,000  •  2,264 acres
Just minutes from downtown Pagosa Springs yet in a world all its own, Dutton Creek Ranch is one of the most distinguished private land holdings in Colorado. Nestled at the foot of the Weminuche Wilderness Area the ranch features stunning views of Pagosa Peak to the north and the iconic San Juan range to the east. A true legacy ranch, Dutton Creek combines an undisturbed private landscape and wildlife haven with state-of-the-art improvements and comfort. The property is remarkably private considering its proximity to town and modern amenities. This is an extraordinary combination for a ranch of this scale and style and sets Dutton Creek Ranch in a category all its own. Dutton Creek Ranch is home to both elk and mule deer year round, and during the fall months it harbors elk populations counted in the hundreds or sometimes even thousands. The 2,264+/- contiguous acres are totally perimeter fenced and features a well-designed road system, providing easy access to every corner of the property. With over 700 irrigated acres, the ranch nurtures healthy grasses, sustaining the abundant elk and deer populations and allowing for hay production. Thoughtful management has preserved the personal wilderness feel and created exceptional wildlife habitat throughout. The 3 homes on the ranch complement the outdoorsman’s paradise without being overdone, providing the perfect compound for relaxation and family adventure.
$23,750,000  •  4,850 acres
The ranch has stunning improvements and nearly 3.5 miles of shared boundary with Routt National Forest, allowing for direct access to hundreds of thousands of acres of public lands and endless recreational opportunities.
$2,050,000  •  0 acres
- 315 total acres within 2 Tracts – Tract 1 (NE) 158.93 acres and Tract 2 (SW) 156.07 acres - Combined 305 acres of irrigated hayland and irrigated pasture - 10 acres of farmstead consisting of numerous outbuildings, a home, and a shop. Some of the outbuildings are historical and represent the time period in which this property was homesteaded. - Irrigation water rights for 320 acres delivered through Twin Buttes Canal Company and Fort Bridger Canal Company - Historical Schoolhouse built in 1900 as part of Uinta School District #4 - 3.1 miles west of Lyman, WY, 120 miles northeast of Salt Lake City, UT, 403 miles northwest of Denver, CO
$6,950,000  •  57 acres
Welcome to the Top of the World on the coveted Specie Mesa! A custom-designed private retreat on 57 acres in a bucolic mountain setting with year-round access. Approximately 25 minutes from the world-class slopes and amenities of Telluride. This offering is one of the finest in the Telluride area and is a very compelling value for this location! This offering is very aggressively priced well below its replacement cost.
$19,950,000  •  5,052 acres
The next owner of East Canyon will benefit from a third-party grazing lease so as to not be burdened with running the day-to-day operations of a working cattle ranch. The ranch comfortably holds up to 100 grass-fed cow-calf pairs, which graze pastures and hillsides from April through October. In the fall, cows are moved off the ranch. Portions of the lower pasture are farmed for hay and used for late summer and fall grazing. There is adequate stock watering available through perfected water rights that will be conveyed to the next owner. The current owner has made significant improvements to the ranch and has introduced a progressive, regenerative approach to farming and ranching which minimizes impacts to valuable soil and water resources. The ranch manager will continue to make improvements with assistance and input from the next owner of the East Canyon Ranch. Additionally, an equestrian complex is located adjacent to the ranch where year-round boarding and training facilities are available to a new owner if so desired. This legacy offering so close to the Wasatch Front offers the opportunity to design and build two spectacular mountain homes, features panoramic valley and mountain views, and provides unlimited recreational options.
$9,750,000  •  235 acres
235 acres of the most unique, picturesque and productive farmland Utah has to offer.
$1,725,000  •  482 acres
300 acres of irrigated land under 3 center pivots 98 acres of dryland crop and 84 acres of pasture. 2 irrigation wells supply the 3 pivots. Well with Nebraska: No Cert. G-039350, permitted for 220.4 acres, 800 gallons per minute, 520 ft deep Well with Nebraska: No Cert. G-045694, permitted for 220.4 acres, 1200 gallons per minute, 508 ft deep 5 miles south of McGrew NE, 58 miles northeast of Kimball NE, 19 miles SE of Scottsbluff NE, 211 miles northeast of Denver CO Tenants in place for the 2024 growing season.
$650,000  •  160 acres
160 total acres 120-acre center pivot Well with Nebraska: No Cert. G-069125, Permitted for 201.3 acres, 700 gallons per minute , 490 ft deep 4 miles south of McGrew NE, 56 miles northeast of Kimball NE, 21 miles SE of Scottsbluff NE, 211 miles northeast of Denver CO Tenants in place for the 2024 growing season.
$7,000,000  •  1,057 acres
Nestled just 15 minutes south of the charming town of Mancos, Weber Creek Ranch spans approximately 1,057 acres of diverse terrain and beautiful landscapes. The property has substantial senior water rights allowing for irrigation of up to 180 acres of lush meadows, not only creating a picturesque landscape, but also providing habitat for a variety of wildlife species, including elk, mule deer, and turkeys. Adjacent on the west & east sides are thousands of acres of BLM land which is difficult to access other than through the ranch, providing a vast playground for outdoor adventures right out your doorstep. Additionally, the ranch features several ponds, which have been historically stocked with multiple species of trout and have strong inflows and outflows, allowing for healthy fish populations throughout the year. Weber Creek runs year-round through the length of the property for almost two miles and has also successfully held stocked trout. The surrounding area has a rich history of once being the ancestral homeland of various Native American tribes and the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Mesa Verde National Park, is only a short drive from the ranch. Whether you dream of enjoying a private oasis, embarking on unforgettable recreational pursuits, or embracing the tranquility of southwestern The property does not have a primary residence but has multiple building envelopes where a home could be developed. The ranch contains two barns/storage buildings on the property and has significant irrigation infrastructure, including wheel lines, gated pipe, ditches and a modern drip irrigation system with ultrasonic flow meter and purification filters. Weber Creek Ranch is located approximately 15 minutes south of the town of Mancos and is almost completely surrounded by the Weber Mountain Wilderness area (BLM) and Menefee Mountain Wilderness area (BLM).  The town of Mancos is nestled in a beautiful valley surrounded by the stunning San Juan Mountains and Vesa Verde Plateau. Mesa Verde National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a short drive away and is renowned for its well-preserved Puebloan cliff dwellings, including Cliff Palace and Balcony House.  Mancos and the surrounding area were inhabited for centuries by various Native American cultures. Mesa Verde National Park, once home to ancestral Puebloans also known as the Anasazi, remains one of the most significant archeological sites in the United States. The town of Mancos maintains a connection to its agricultural roots, with ranching and farming still playing a role in the local economy. This unique combination of cultural and natural history allows for an excellent destination for those interested in exploring the past and enjoying the beauty of the present. The surrounding area offers boundless recreational opportunities including hunting, fishing, hiking, skiing, and mountain biking.  The ranch is located in GMU 73 which is primarily known for its big game hunting.  Hunters can expect to find healthy populations of deer, elk, black bear, and turkeys on the property.   Montezuma County is renowned for trophy mule deer.  Unit 73 is OTC elk licenses for 2nd and 3rd rifle season, private land only for archery (Sept 2nd-30th), 1st rifle (Oct 14th-18th) and 4th rifle (Nov 22nd-26th). OTC private land only bear licenses. Spring and fall OTC turkey licenses. The ranch benefits from multiple ponds throughout the property that have traditionally been stocked with multiple species of trophy-sized trout.  Weber Creek itself is an ephemeral stream, which has historically successfully held stocked trout. The ranch has significant senior water rights with over 180 acres of irrigated meadows.   Water Rights: Approximately 180 acres of irrigated meadows.   There is significant irrigation infrastructure, including wheel lines, gated pipe, ditches and a modern drip irrigation system with ultrasonic flow meter and purification filters.         The majority of the ranch has been placed under a conservation easement with the Montezuma Land Conservancy ensuring the land is protected for future generations. The easement does provide for building envelopes where a future owner would be able to construct a new residence for their enjoyment.
$1,690,000  •  15,000 acres
Private access to more than 30 miles of rivers and streams, known for some of the finest dry fly fishing in North America
$4,950,000  •  835 acres
Adjacent to thousands of acres of protected lands and a couple of minutes from boating at scenic Horsetooth Reservoir.
$1,975,000  •  1,463 acres
The Belmont Ranch, located in a recreational mecca of Nebraska, is a haven for wildlife with big elk and breathtaking views.
$2,100,000  •  15,000 acres
A vacant lot opportunity with supreme views and buildability.
Mirr Ranch Group
Mirr Ranch Group
Mirr Ranch Group
Mirr Ranch Group
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Denver, CO 80204

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