In the heart of Summit County, Colorado, the coveted Lower Blue River valley is prized for its outdoor recreation, bucolic landscape, and unspoiled mountain scenery. The attractive character of this valley is exemplified in one of its landmark properties - Pass Creek Ranch. Located at the confluence of Pass Creek and the Blue River, this 1,153± acre ranch features a diverse landscape, including tree-lined river and creek corridors, aspen, and conifer forests, irrigated hay meadows, and rolling pasture lands. Outstanding trout fishing on the Blue River is complemented by abundant wildlife and excellent hiking and riding. Adjacent national forest lands provide a dramatic backdrop for the ranch improvements and a huge backyard for additional recreation. Pass Creek Ranch’s unique location features stunning panoramic vistas of both the Gore Range and the Williams Fork Mountains. The custom owner’s home is situated in a very private location overlooking the river with excellent views of the surrounding peaks. The ranch headquarters area includes caretaker and guest homes, along with equestrian and agricultural buildings, which support income that covers ranch expenses. Pass Creek Ranch is located only 80 miles west of Denver and within 15 to 30 miles of the four ski resorts and the towns of Summit County, providing easy access to a full assortment of services and amenities.