Hidden at the end of Timber Lake Valley, one will find a +/- 570-acre holding known as Hidden Valley Ranch. With red sandstone bluffs soaring high above the valley floor, decorated with Ponderosa Pine, Juniper and Pinon trees as well as scrub oak making up the majority of the landscape. This holding checks all the boxes for breathtaking landscapes, recreational opportunity, privacy, and mountain fresh air. Land You will find a Hidden Valley full of wildflowers, grama grass, and wild game to the West. Bordering the Cibola National Forest to the South, and neighboring Zuni Indian Reservation to its West. Located just 12 miles North of Highway 53 in McKinley County, Hidden Valley Ranch. Not only known for its breathtaking views but also for its big game hunting. The Zuni Mountains are largely made up of Cibola National Forest. With high soaring Red Bluffs, box canyons, and a beautiful hidden valley this makes for a spectacularly gorgeous property. Improvements Hidden Valley Ranch is completed with a gravel road running through the property making for easy access in and around the holding. A newly erected 5 strand barbed wire fence defines the boundaries on all sides of the holding. The majority of this property is untamed. Recreation Hidden Valley Ranch adjoins 6,200 acres of Cibola National Forest to the South, making hiking, biking, atv riding, and hunting in the adjoining mountains an ease. Ramah Lake reservoir, known for its Rainbow Trout, Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, and Sun Perch, is a short 5-mile drive to the South. New Mexico is known for its WORLD CLASS Elk population and with 100,000 new applicants entering the NM Big Game hunting draw. Having your own hunting ranch would be extraordinary for the adamant hunter, or as an income once admitted to the New Mexico Dept of Game and Fish landowner program. Hidden Valley Ranch has never put in for a NM Landowner Elk vouchers, but would make a great candidate being in the Primary Management Zone. Mule Deer, Black Bear, Merriam Turkey, and Mountain Lion are over the counter vouchers. Region & Climate With an elevation of +/- 7,400 ft Hidden Valley Ranch receives an annual average of 13-16 inches of rainfall, with snowfall averaging 23-60 inches. Hidden Valley Ranch is set on the edge of High Mount Desert. With a skyline of high mountains covered in Ponderosa Pine, Pinon and Juniper Oak trees. Location With a host of INCREDIBLE views of the Zuni Mountains, the Ranch rests 62 miles to the North where one will find Ace Hardware, Walmart, and several popular restaurants. Grants conveniently provides a municipal airport that supports medium-sized jets, and Albuquerque International Airport is just 2 hours to the East. With the recent volatility in the stock market, and with over 100,000 people applying for NM Big Game draw vouchers, isn’t it time to turn this asset investment into one of the most beautiful and sought-after ranches? Call or Email today for more information and a Qualified Showing!