Located in the Big Horn Mountain range, the Ramage Mountain Pasture consists of 1,080± deeded acres, 882.5± BLM lease acres, and 120± State of Wyoming lease acres. The terrain of the ranch is high mountain hills and draws with the elevation varying from 7,770 to 8,745 feet above sea level. Springs are scattered in the bottoms of the draws and feed several year-round streams. Wildlife is abundant and includes elk (Area 120), mule deer (Area 34) and antelope (Area 73). This property has historically qualified for landowner hunting tags. The mountain grass is highly sought after by livestock producers and the property has historically been used to graze sheep from late June through mid-September. The property is owner rated for 200 cow/calf pairs of summer grazing. This property lacks insurable access and has a conservation easement in place, the terms of which can be found on the Clark & Associates website.