Just north of the sprawling Sitgreaves National Forest in scenic northern Arizona, this scenic 163 acre off grid ranch is set amid a lush environment of juniper and pinon pine woodlands and scenic rain fed creeks and arroyos. Once a part of the historic O’Haco family Ranch, this large secluded track of wilderness ranchland is now available for private deeding. This property is unique in its contours, view sheds and individual attributes. The elevation averages 6,000’ across the property. The soils and range grasses provide excellent grazing conditions. Native grass varieties include blue and black grama, galleta, muhlys and needle grass. Primary brouse consists of chamiso,winterfat, fourwing salt-bush and cliffrose along the edges of the canyons and arroyos. Frontages along a wilderness canyon with a seasonal creek are a rare find in this prime northern Arizona location. Ownership of portions of Black Canyon and several of its tributaries represents an exceptional opportunity to own riparian land. This part of north central Arizona is highly sought after by hunters and fishermen for its abundance of free roaming herds of elk, deer and antelope as well as the many freshwater national forest lakes that are stocked with rainbow trout and other sport species. The winters are mild averaging less than 14 inches of winter snow and the summers are warm and sunny. The average winter daytime highs range between 45 & 55 degrees. The average summer month high temperatures range between 80 and 90 degrees with nighttime temperatures at a very comfortable 70’s. The land is located eight miles north of the forest community of Heber, Arizona. Heber is a charming small town which offers a wide range of shopping and service related businesses. It is highly sought after for summer homes and cabins. The southern approach to these properties is from Heber via forest road 95 and 95A, and other ancillary forest service roads. Forest service roads are subject to closure and are not to be considered as permanent access routes. The Coconino Regional aquifer underlies this tract. This abundant aquifer will produce a plentiful supply of clean clear water from the northern Arizona’s largest groundwater basin. Wells in nearby portions of the ranch produce excellent water from affordable drilling depths. The zoning is recreational, residential and agricultural.This allows for a wide range of uses. There are no deed restrictions or homeowner association. Camping and RV use is at the leisure of the owner. When paid in full, the land can be partitioned in any configuration that the owner wishes. Arizona state laws and regulations govern the resubdivision of land. Owners are advised to understand these regulations.