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$1,099,000  •  177 acres
Occasionally, a hunting property comes available that is setapart from any other, and Full Draw Ranch is that property. The ranch consistsof 177± acres on the backside of Horsefly Canyon, right in the middle of theacclaimed game management unit 61. There is abundant wildlife including elk,deer, turkey, and bear. Most areas in Colorado either have great elk or deerhunting, however, GMU 61 is outstanding for both species, and this ranchqualifies for landowner tags. The terrain is varied from big meadows and fields to darkstanding timber. Springs feed the great watering holes that offer ample watersupply to the game on the property. The ranch sits on the south-facing side ofthe Uncompahgre National Forest and is surrounded on three sides by ahard-to-access National Forest. The bulk of the prime hunting in the area is onthis property. There are amazing views of the San Juan mountains from the backporch. The elevation of the property sits at 7,800 feet which can be accessed year-roundeven in the wintertime by 4x4. The topography on and off this ranch variestremendously throughout, from farm ground to deep cuts making this a greathunting property. Since this property is over 160 acres you can put in forlandowner tags and have a good opportunity at drawing one of the hardest tagsto draw in the state and be able to hunt right out your back door. The unitholds plenty of 350 class bulls and great bucks on and off this property. Oftenthere can be hundreds of elk feeding in the fields and as the day progresses,they make their way up into the heavy cover of the dark timber to bed down forthe day. This property is very secluded and private, making for a great houselocation. There is a well already in place and power is on the property.Hunting isn't the only thing this ranch has to offer; it also features goodgrass for grazing cattle in the summer and spring months. If you're a flightenthusiast, there are two runways on this land, one is 4500' and the other is4000' where you can land your taildragger. Conveniently located on the western side of Montrose Countyand is 10 miles south of Norwood, with all the amenities you could ask for in asmall town. The land sits up from the San Miguel River on the western side ofunit 61. If you're looking for the ultimate hunting property you've found it!This is a great opportunity to own a ranch in the acclaimed Unit 61.
$27,000,000  •  6,419 acres
Alta Luna Ranch is encompassed inthe beauty of the ancient Mora Valley, near the unincorporated town of Chacon,New Mexico. This area is steeped inSpanish-American ranching history and many ranches have been owned by familiesfor generations. The Alta Luna (meaningHigh Moon in Spanish) Ranch covers a vast area of approximately 6,419±acres. Topography and elevations varythroughout the borders of the ranch. Elevations range from 8,200 feet to 11,000 feet in the northernmountainous regions of its borders. Topographies range from hay meadows, grassymeadows, and high timbered mountains, to valleys of native grasslands. Creating an environment for wildlife andlivestock to thrive on the ranch. The ranch headquarters isimpressive, offering a wide range of improvements. The main home is true to its New Mexicanroots. The impressive two-story adobehome was designed by John Gaw Meem Design firm, often referred to as the fatherof the Santa Fe style architecture. The main home consists of 7 bedrooms, 9bathrooms with tons of Mexican influences throughout, including antique MexicanLa Puerta Doors, high ceilings with Spanish style vigas and corbels, handforged staircase and railing, handmade tiles, and has 5 beautiful fireplacesthroughout. The great room's fireplace mantel is made from a large ponderosastruck by lightning during the construction of the ranch, making for a story totell for generations. All the rockinterior and exterior features come right off the ranch. Even the walls in thehome are exquisite, made with a diamond finish, taking up to 9 months tocomplete. Two guest homes both with 2bedrooms and 2 bathrooms can be found a short walk from the main house, eachdone in a southwestern territorial style. Additional improvements are used to run the ranch, including a custombuilt 11 stall brick floor horse barn, with an office, bathroom, tack, storageareas, and a small barn used to store hay and equipment. Improvements aresupplied by underground utilities and offers a backup generator enclosed in itsown building. The improvements wereplaced to take in the panoramic views of both the valley and surroundingmountain ranges to capture the beautiful scenery and wildlife. The ranch offers many outdoor entertainingspaces for you and your guest to enjoy the surroundings. The ranch acreage has multiplewater sources, including many earthen stock tanks (natural depressions thatcollect rain and runoff), natural spring systems, and 6.7± miles of the MoraRiver. Three 10,000-gallon tanks fed by a natural spring with filtration andchlorinating systems in place supply water to the headquarters improvements. Severalponds can be found on the ranch, some stocked with trout for great recreationalfishing. The ranch is in Game ManagementUnit 46. The ranch hosts 800± acres of sub-irrigated meadows, which helps attractits large elk populations. Elk herds of 200 plus have been on the ranch, withsightings of 350 class bulls. The Alta Luna Ranch can truly be considered anElk refuge. The New Mexico GameDepartment has issued up to 50 ranch elk permits in the past; however, thecurrent owner has limited the hunting for reasons of game management. Otherspecies such as deer, turkey, bear, and other native wildlife make the ranchtheir home with its abundant protection from various topographies. The ranch isalso bordered on the north by Carson National Forest, which helps with itswildlife migration and offers public hunting. Alta Luna Ranch is near severalhistoric New Mexico towns offering glimpses into some of New Mexico's famouscharacters such as Billy the Kid, Doc Holiday, Big Nose Kate, and WyattEarp. Recreational opportunities alsocan be found outside the ranch's borders in Carson and Santa Fe National Forest,providing skiing, hiking, golf, hunting, and fishing experiences. Cultural,fine dining, shopping, and the arts can be found a short 1-to-2-hourdrive from the ranch in the well-known cities of Santa Fe, and Taos. The Alta Luna Ranch offers you the tranquilbeauty of mountain life with city amenities just a short drive away.
$1,299,000  •  535 acres
Plateau Creek Ranch is 535± acressituated on the Western Slope of Colorado, just outside of the small town ofCollbran. The ranch has a charming remodeled 1,282± square foot farmhouseoffering the perfect getaway. The house consists of 2 bedrooms, 1 bath with adetached 2 car garage, and would make for a nice cabin or hunting retreat. The topography of Plateau CreekRanch is relatively gentle for a mountain property making the entire ranchextremely accessible to people and hunters of all ages. The scrub oak brushprovides an excellent source of cover and feed for both deer and black bears.The ranch also has water rights to irrigate the lowland pastures luring inmultiple species of game. Elk hunting on the ranch isnothing short of incredible. The ranch backs up to over 2,800+ acres oflandlocked BLM. This region of Colorado is known for its high elk populationsoffering hunters an excellent chance of harvesting both bull and cow elk.Located in game management unit 421, over-the-counter elk tags are availablefor archery, 2nd rifle, and 3rd rifle season. Unit 421 is classified as a ListB unit which means depending on the season you are hunting; a hunter canharvest an additional antlerless elk so opportunities to harvest 2 elk perhunter are possible. Other species found on the ranch include Merriam turkeys,mountain lion, coyote, and bobcat. Plateau Creek flows throughnearly the entire ranch giving you access to nearly 3/4 mile of both sides ofthe creek. Plateau Creek is known for an early runoff that can hold some greattrout fishing and the creek is a tributary of the Colorado River. The surrounding area is anoutdoor enthusiast's dream. Enjoy downhill skiing at Powderhorn MountainResort, camping on the Grand Mesa, fishing in Vega State Reservoir, horsebackriding the numerous trails in the area, and of course, big game hunting forelk, mule deer, and bear on your private hunting retreat.
$550,000  •  40 acres
Located in Gunnison Highlands North, this property is perfect for hunters and outdoor enthusiasts alike as it is 1/4 mile away from Gunnison National Forest and offers miles and miles of trails to hike, fish, and horseback ride, 4x4, OHV/ATV, snowmobile, or cross-country ski. At just over 9,400' in elevation, you can enjoy those crisp, clear air, star-studded night skies, and sunny warm summer days amongst the wildflowers and pristine, picturesque surroundings. The 40± acre property offers breathtaking views of Gunnison National Forest, and the Fossil Ridge Wilderness, plus has an exquisite custom-built log home, constructed of open handcrafted beams. The cabin is 2,764± square feet, offering 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. There is a large sunny deck off the family area, perfect for soaking in those stunning views. The primary bedroom is on the main floor. The top floor has a second bedroom with a private deck and a large additional room currently used as another guest bedroom. The loft space could also be turned into a bunk room. The cabin features vaulted ceilings with Douglas Fir beams and south-facing windows, offering great natural light. There is one additional out-building and a gen-set building on this private, well-maintained property. If you have horses, you will love the 30x36-foot barn. The winter access is by snowmobile, tracked vehicles, or other OHVs from Almont off County Road 742. During the non-snow months, you can access the property by automobile via County Road 743 in Gunnison, and Lost Canyon Road from Almont. If you don't feel like driving, there is also a potential location on the property for a helicopter landing! Hunting on Highlands North Cabin is nothing short of impeccable. The abundant game has made Unit 55 a hunting destination for Colorado natives. Elk herds in Unit 55 are thriving with many trophy bulls hunted yearly and lots of hunting opportunities right out your back door since the property borders over 1 million acres of National Forest. Unit 55 is a draw unit for both deer and elk tags. Archery season can be drawn yearly for elk, and rifle seasons can be drawn from zero points up to 2 points depending on the year. This incredible home has all you need and more.
$999,000  •  800 acres
Horsethief Ranch is 800± deededacres overlooking the Collbran and Debeque Valleys, providing some of the besthabitat on the Western Slope of Colorado. These 800± acres are nearlysurrounded by 30,000± acres of BLM and 250,000± acres of Grand Mesa NationalForest making for the ultimate haven. Located just southwest of Collbran,Colorado, this fantastic piece of property has so much to offer for the outdoorenthusiast, from hunting, hiking, or just offering that perfect piece ofsolitude for a dream self-sustaining location. HUNTING 480± acres in Unit 42 and roughly320± acres in Unit 421, Horsethief Ranch holds abundant elk herds with giantherds migrating in the fall and winter for significant wildlife survival. Theextensive farm ground offers a phenomenal habitat for resident herds and luresgame from afar as the season progresses. Unit 42 and 421 are known forproducing world-class mule deer in the 200" range yearly. Unit 42and 421 are over the counter for elk, and Mule deer and can take anywhere from0-1 points to draw. LOCATION Located just southwest ofCollbran, Colorado. You can be hitting the slopes of Powderhorn in just under30 minutes or be on Vega Reservoir within a 30-mile drive, enjoying some of thebest Colorado fishing available. Horsethief Ranch would make a great cabinlocation with seasonal access. Call today for a showing that will take yourbreath away.
$790,000  •  987 acres
This 987± acres in the high plains of New Mexico is a very diverse piece of ground with everything from pines to pinons, mesas, and mountain views. The Sabinoso 987 Ranch offers an extremely private part of the mountain west, a place where few people venture and private living is an absolute. Located in game management unit 42, encompassing everything from the Mora River to Pecos River. This is a very quiet area in New Mexico, with painted desert canyons, pinons, juniper covers, and varying terrain. Game Unit 42 is known for Mule deer, Antelope, Audad Sheep, and elk. Located within about an hour's drive from Las Vegas, New Mexico, providing shopping and restaurants. Las Vegas, New Mexico is like stepping back in time...a place where "landmarks, legends and lore" come to life in New Mexico's favorite and best-preserved outdoor architectural museums and a national treasure with 5 MainStreet historic districts and over 900 buildings listed on the National Registry of Historic Places.
$529,000  •  661 acres
From timbered canyons to the Sabinoso Mesa, this piece of New Mexico is big views, big terrain, and large living. Sitting just under 6,400' in elevation, the Sabinosos 661 Ranch offers a private getaway in a tranquil area of New Mexico with painted desert canyons, pinons, juniper covers, and varying terrain. Located in game management unit 42, encompassing everything from the Mora River to the Pecos River. This is a tranquil area in New Mexico, with painted desert canyons, pinons, juniper covers, and varying terrain. Game Unit 42 is known for Mule deer, Antelope, Audad Sheep, and elk. Located within about an hour's drive from Las Vegas, New Mexico, providing shopping and restaurants. Las Vegas, New Mexico is like stepping back in time...a place where "landmarks, legends, and lore" come to life in New Mexico's favorite and best-preserved outdoor architectural museums and a national treasure with 5 MainStreet historic districts and over 900 buildings listed on the National Registry of Historic Places.
$386,000  •  483 acres
If you're searching for private mountain property, look no further than the Sabinoso 483 Ranch. With 483± acres of canyons, mesa, and views, this piece of the New Mexico west is the epitome of the term mountain retreat. Located in game management unit 42. Unit 42 is known for Mule deer, Antelope, Audad Sheep, and elk. Located within about an hour's drive from Las Vegas, New Mexico, providing shopping and restaurants. Las Vegas, New Mexico is like stepping back in time...a place where "landmarks, legends, and lore" come to life in New Mexico's favorite and best-preserved outdoor architectural museums and a national treasure with 5 MainStreet historic districts and over 900 buildings listed on the National Registry of Historic Places.
$371,000  •  464 acres
The Sabinoso 464 Ranch is 464± acres backed into thousands of acres of public land, encompassing everything from the Mora River to the Pecos River. This is a very quiet area in New Mexico, with painted desert canyons, pinons, juniper covers, and varying terrain. Located in game management unit 42, The 464± acres of land, backs into 20,000± acres of the Sabinoso Wilderness. This wilderness includes big canyon walls and mesa tops that support grasslands historically known for their expansive cattle ground. Sabinoso Wilderness has elk, deer, and wild turkeys; it is surrounded by private land. Located within about an hour's drive from Las Vegas, New Mexico, providing shopping and restaurants. Las Vegas, New Mexico is like stepping back in time...a place where "landmarks, legends, and lore" come to life in New Mexico's favorite and best-preserved outdoor architectural museums and a national treasure with 5 MainStreet historic districts and over 900 buildings listed on the National Registry of Historic Places.
$2,482,000  •  3,035 acres
This vast piece of property with deep canyons offers you solitude in Northeastern New Mexico. Sabinoso Ranch encompasses 3,035± acres, with giant Ponderosas and a mixture of Juniper and Pinyon Pines. The ranch's elevation starts at 5,700 feet and expands up to 6,400 feet creating deep crevasses with seasonal creeks and springs. Located in game management unit 42, this Northeastern New Mexico ranch for sale qualifies for landowner tags yearly. The 3,035± acres of land: locks another 1,500± acres of state land and another 20,000± acres in the Sabinoso Wilderness. This wilderness includes big canyon walls and mesa tops that support grasslands historically known for their expansive cattle ground. Sabinoso Wilderness has elk, deer, and wild turkeys; it is surrounded by private land. Located within about an hour's drive from Las Vegas, New Mexico, providing shopping and restaurants. Las Vegas, New Mexico is like stepping back in time...a place where "landmarks, legends, and lore" come to life in New Mexico's favorite and best-preserved outdoor architectural museums and a national treasure with 5 MainStreet historic districts and over 900 buildings listed on the National Registry of Historic Places. The ranch can also be bought in separate parcels, see our website for individual parcel information.
$699,000  •  206 acres
If you're in the market for a great fishing and hunting propertyat an amazing price, look no further than San Juan River Ranch Overlook. Locatednear the San Juan River outside of Pagosa Springs, Colorado, this 206± acreproperty is a sportsman's paradise. San JuanRiver Ranch Overlook has been used for years as a great getaway ranch to sit,soak up that beautiful river, and enjoy all its recreational offerings. Thefishing is amazing on the San Juan River and access is only a few miles awayfrom the property. The river holds monster Rainbow and Brown trout, which areplentiful due to the limited public access. The San Juan River begins in Archuleta County,Colorado at theconfluence of its East and West Forks. Both forks originate above elevations of10,000 feet in the eastern San Juan Mountains in the San Juan NationalForest. The river flows southwest through the foothills of the Rocky Mountainsthrough the town of Pagosa Springs and reaches the Navajo LakeReservoir just north of the New Mexico border.The San Juan River is a tributary of the Colorado River. The 206± acres are in GMU 771 and are well known for potentialtrophy elk and Mule deer. The ranch holds great habitat for deer and elk, theflat land off the river rolls back into the steep cliffs and open meadows withample water supply. Unit 771 boasts great feed and cover for the growing herdsin the unit. The ranch backs up to 122,000± acres of UTE tribal ground.Unit 771 offers over-the-counter elk tags for archery, 2nd, and 3rd seasonrifle permits, and since the ranch consists of over 160 acres, you'd qualifyfor landowner tags. The Ranch currently has no improvementsbut offers beautiful building sites to construct that perfect mountain cabin.The opportunity to create a legacy ranch is here within the borders of the SanJuan River Ranch Overlook. Every morning youcould wake up to the amazing views of the snowcapped peaks and the ripplingriver. San Juan River Ranch Overlook is about 30± minutes from PagosaSprings, Colorado. Pagosa Springs offersshopping, restaurants, an airport, a hospital, and its world-famous hotsprings. Wolf Creek Ski Area is located 31± miles from Pagosa Springs, offeringsome of the largest snow totals in the state. The wholearea is filled with outdoor activities to enjoy.
$465,000  •  548 acres
Locatedin Unit 10, these vast 548± acres are perfectly situated in the center of elkcountry, backing up to a full section of New Mexico state ground on the westand Navajo Nation on the north and south borders. This ranchconsistently draws one highly coveted bull tag a year. The ranch is made up mostly of heavy timber between the juniperand pinyon pines, and out of the north, you'll find a big arroyo that provideswater seasonally. Comes with a unit-wide elk tag. Unit 10is a sleeper in the elk world but consistentlyproves to be a top producer with bulls tipping the scales between 290-340 witha handful of giants that show up. This unit is made upof 28% private ground and sits roughly 4 milesfrom 225,000 acres of Cibola National Forest.You'll be able to overlook the Zuni Mountains rightfrom your property, with the elevation of the ranch starting at 7,100 feet andextending up to 7,500 feet, providing several high-country meadows for thewildlife. Locatedjust outside of Ramah, New Mexico that was established in 1876 to minister tothe Zuni and Navajo communities. Ramah is more of a high desert that is adestination for all types of outdoor enthusiasts from hunters, hikers, rockclimbers, and bicyclists. Call today for a qualified showing.
$9,999,000  •  4,238 acres
Telluride Mountain View Ranch is comprised of 4,238 plus-minus deeded acres overlooking the Uncompahgre National Forest. Located just south of Norwood, Colorado, this rich piece of property has so much to offer for the outdoor enthusiast, from hunting, hiking, fishing or just taking in the outstanding scenery. The flat-top mountains provide the most breathtaking views, you can see Lone Cone, the San Juan's, and the ski runs up at Telluride all from the ranch. Telluride Mountain View Ranch currently holds a 2,203 plus-minus acre State Recreational lease and a landlocked 640 plus-minus acre State Ag lease. Leases do not run with the property but can be applied for by the buyers. Sections of the ranch are under conservation easement, for future generations to enjoy, that will run with the ranch. The ranch has 9 ponds and 9 thousand feet of canal system providing numerous water sources. Underground power borders the ranch and year-round access, making for development opportunities. Telluride Mountain View Ranch is within 1 mile of Miramonte Reservoir, 300 thousand acres of public land borders the ranch, giving you access to tons more recreational opportunities. Located in unit 70 the ranch holds abundant elk herds with moderate climates for great wildlife survival throughout the winters, every year you can expect to have numerous opportunities at 6x6 bulls. The Unit offers over-the-counter Elk tags, and the ranch historically gets 6 landowner deer tags a year. Unit 70 is approximately 966 plus-minus acres, with 30% being privately owned. The ranches high country provides lush grasses and the ranch is full of oak brush that produces acorns that lure animals from afar, creating an excellent hunting ground.
$110,000  •  80 acres
Willow Creek Ranchette is 80+/- deeded acres overlooking East Fork Dry Basin and Sapinero Mesa, providing some of the best habitats on the Western Slope of Colorado. The ranch borders nearly 19,000 acres of UTE ground to the north and west and backs up to 755+/- acres of BLM ground, making for the ultimate sanctuary. Located just southwest of Gunnison, Colorado, this fantastic piece of property has so much to offer for the outdoor enthusiast, from hunting, hiking, or just offering that perfect piece of solitude for a dream self-sustaining location. Located in Unit 66, Willow Creek Ranchette holds abundant elk herds, with giant herds migrating in the fall and winter for significant wildlife survival. The extensive farm ground offers a phenomenal habitat for resident herds and lures game from afar as the season progresses. Unit 66 is known for producing world-class Mule Deer in the 200" range yearly. Unit 66 is a fairly easy draw for Elk, and Mule Deer can take you anywhere from 4 points to 20 points to draw a 4th season tag. Located just southwest of Gunnison, Colorado, you can be hitting the slopes of Crested Butte in just over an hour or be on Blue Mesa Reservoir in minutes, enjoying some of the best Colorado fishing available, so call today for a showing that will take your breath away.
$240,000  •  160 acres
Mesa Verde 160 is comprised of 160+/- deeded acres located on the backside of Mesa Verde National Park. This 160-acre parcel backs up to 4700+/- acres of landlocked BLM with very limited access by other private landholders surrounding it. This ranch offers great access to some of the best mule deer hunting in the state. Mesa Verde 160 is big enough to receive landowner tags yearly and over-the-counter Elk tags. Located in unit 73 which is now for producing some of the biggest mule deer in the west tipping the scale at over 200", also a short drive to Cortez for all your amenities. Call us for more info.
$480,000  •  320 acres
Mesa Verde 320 is comprised of 320+/- acres located right off of the foothills of Mesa Verde National Park, this great piece of property gives you access to 4700+/- acres of Landlocked BLM with very limited access unless you own a private piece surrounding the public ground. This area is well known for producing giant mule deer that come off of Mesa Verde National Park as the season progress. Located in unit 73 this property would qualify for the LPP program and receive landowner tags yearly, Elk tags are over the counter for unit 73. This property would make for a great escape property where are you can enjoy God's creation and be in Cortez within minutes to provide you all of your amenities. Call us for more info on this great piece of property.
$920,000  •  920 acres
Mesa Verde encompasses 920+/- deeded acres and gives you great access to 4700+/- BLM landlocked acres with minimal access. For the size and price point, Mesa Verde offers avid outdoors enthusiasts hunting opportunities like no other ranch on the market today. Mesa Verde is known for producing some of the biggest mule deer in Western Colorado and if you want proof just ask the locals. The ranch is ideally located in southwest Colorado. The ranch has several sources of water, such as seasonal ponds. The property boasts prime deer habitat as the giants make their way off of the National Park as the season progress. With minimal public ground access, relatively mild winters, excellent genetics, good feed, and water sources, it is no wonder why there are so many trophy caliber animals in the immediate area from the beginning of archery season through the last rifle season. There is an excellent mix of cover, meadows, topography, and water sources, which makes this property the perfect sanctuary for wildlife. Located in Game Management Unit 73, which is renowned for big elk and mule deer, the ranch qualifies for the LPP (landowner preference program) for mule deer vouchers, it has several OTC (over-the-counter) options for elk licenses too. Mesa Verde is one of the best mule deer hunting properties in the state. The ranch consists of mountainous land that spans from the valley floor and climbs up to nearly bordering Mesa Verde National Park. Unit 73 is a mecca for giant elk and Mule Deer, with the agriculture and high-country ground being the hub for growing those giant antlers. With easy access to Cortez for all its amenities, Mesa Verde checks all the boxes.
$990,000  •  120 acres
Spring Creek Ranch is situated approximately 15 miles from the town of Pagosa Springs, Colorado. The 120+/- acre ranch is one of the only true end-of-the-road properties and is bordered on three sides by over 1,878,846+/- acres of San Juan National Forest. The ranch sits at 8,400+/- in elevation and is surrounded by stunning views of Black Mountain and Pagosa Peak Mountain ranges. The Spring Creek Ranch is accessible year-round. Located in Unit 77, known for abounding elk herds; you can purchase over-the-counter bull elk tags yearly and enjoy hunting right out your backdoor on National Forest. Spring Creek Ranch improvements include a 60x40 square foot shop with concrete floors, 2,880+/- square foot Master 6 stall horse barn, with a concrete floor in the tack room, and fenced paddock. Electric, well and septic have been installed, including a 50-amp RV hook-up. The ranch is entirely fenced with a stock pond, offering excellent pasture for your horses, other livestock, or a place to watch all the wildlife that call this Spring Creek Ranch home. Pagosa Springs offers shopping, restaurants, an airport, a hospital, and its world-famous hot springs. Wolf Creek Ski Area is located 31+/- miles from Pagosa Springs, offering some of the largest snow totals in the state. South of the ranch is the New Mexico border and Navajo State Park, providing a great lake experience for fishing and water sports. The whole Black Mountain area is filled with outdoor activities to enjoy.
$2,899,000  •  2,042 acres
Mesa Verde Ranch encompasses 7,217+/- acres; 2,042+/- deeded acres, 4,700+/- BLM leased acres, and 475+/- state leased acres. For the size and price point, Mesa Verde Ranch offers the avid outdoors enthusiast hunting opportunities like no other ranch on the market today. The ranch is ideally located in Southwest Colorado. The ranch has several sources of water, such as seasonal ponds. The property boasts prime deer, elk, and bear habitat. With minimal public ground, relatively mild winters, excellent genetics, good feed, and water sources, it is no wonder why there are so many trophy caliber animals in the immediate area. The Southwest Colorado elk hunting ranch offers potential income in areas of grazing leases, hunting leases, and conservation. Mesa Verde Ranch offers excellent hunting opportunities for deer, elk, turkey, and bear from the beginning of archery season through the last rifle season. There is an excellent mix of cover, meadows, topography, and water sources, which makes this property the perfect sanctuary for wildlife. Located in Game Management Unit 73, which is renowned for big elk and mule deer, the ranch qualifies for the LPP (landowner preference program) for mule deer vouchers, it has several OTC (over-the-counter) options for elk licenses too. Mesa Verde Ranch is one of the best mule deer hunting properties in the state, every year as fall and winter sets in it pushes these giant monarchs out of the national park right through the property. The ranch consists of mountainous land that spans from the valley floor and climbs up to nearly bordering Mesa Verde National Park. The massive landscape blocks public access to 4,700+/- more acres of public hunting, where only two other ranches can access it. Mesa Verde National Park grows giants with over 53,000 acres of no hunting pressure, which has the perfect habitat to grow those monster muleys. Unit 73 is a mecca for giant elk and Mule Deer, with the agriculture and high-country ground being the hub for growing those giant antlers. With easy access to Cortez for all its amenities, Mesa Verde Ranch checks all the boxes. Contact M4 Ranch Group today to learn more about this Southwest Colorado elk hunting ranch. Mesa Verde Ranch can be divided up into 160 acre parcels for $240,000, 320 acre parcels for $480,000, and a 920 acre parcel for $920,000.
$6,399,000  •  3,464.03 acres
Priced below value, the Pine Ridge Ranch is comprised of 3,464+/- acres of high mountain recreational property located in the picturesque North Fork Valley. Hosting a variety of topographies, the ranch lends itself to outstanding hunting opportunities along with grazing capabilities. Vegetation on the ranch is made up of native mountain grass meadows, sage, oak brush, and higher up with aspen and pine trees. The ranch offers drainages, seeps, springs, and runoff filled ponds, which contribute to the ranch's vast and varied wildlife. The ranch sits in the well-known game management area, Unit 63, which is known for its exceptional big game. The ranch has a history of a well-managed hunting service and is known for harvesting many bull elk each year. Big Game Unit 63 offers over-the-counter elk tags available for rifle and archery elk seasons, giving way to hunting lease income opportunities for the ranch. Fishing experiences can be made a short distance from the ranch's borders on the Gunnison River. The ranch is mostly unimproved, currently with no structures. Improvements on the ranch include fencing and water. Cattleman's Water Pipeline runs through the ranch, giving the owner 10 shares or 5 taps. The water is unfiltered and may be used for domestic and or stock water. The ranch has two access points off Highway 92, making it accessible year-round.
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