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$30,000,000  •  7,973 acres
Bordering the Manti-La Sal National Forest in central Utah, lie 7,973 acres of endless recreational possibilities. The Bear Mountain Ranch has the feel of complete seclusion and privacy, yet is less than an hour’s drive from the Provo airport, and boasts a luxurious 8,424 square ft. lodge, a large workshop/garage, and other outbuildings. With an elevation that starts at 6,200 ft. and rises to 10,300 ft., this ranch has topography and diverse vegetation that provide adventure and beauty across six major canyons. Bear Mountain ranch participates in the CWMU program and has guaranteed hunting vouchers for exceptional quality big game hunting. New Listing in conjunction with Kerry Oman with Summit Sotheby's
$6,230,574  •  7,837 acres
The Lazy H Ranch is a very rare offering of size, adventure, and an incredible & genuine West Texas cattle operation. This sanctuary from the outside world is approximately 30 miles from Midland, TX which provides friends and family the seclusion and tranquility beneath the beautiful West Texas skies while providing convenience and accessibility to the Tall City as well as the smaller local communities; such as, Andrews, TX. The amazing 12-section ranch is in the Heart of the Grasslands of West Texas. There has been no grazing of any kind for the last few years. The Lazy H Ranch is in excellent condition, being fenced and cross-fenced. All fences are in good condition at about 70%. Pastures are watered by windmills and concrete storage tank for ground troughs. Contact Broker, Caleb Matott at 432-349-3330 for your private showing. • No Cattle for the last 2 years • Big Grasses *Side-Oates Grama, Buffalo-grass, & Kleingrass • 4 windmills, 2 of them being submersibles • 8 water wells • Ranch House is gutted & ready for renovation • Old style cinder block horse barn and pipe corrals • This area is worldwide known for its Mule deer *Blue Quail, Dove, & Predators  • Easy access off HWY 181 (Oil field ranch roads throughout the ranch) • Above average fencing over most of the ranch. Barbwire fenced & cross fenced.   
$2,700,000  •  7,697 acres
Fence Lake Ranch Spanning 7,697± deeded acres, Fence Lake Ranch sits in the heart of New Mexico Game Management Unit (GMU) 12 and just 8 miles north and east of the community of Fence Lake. This unimproved acreage is comprised of diverse terrain with rolling ridges and draws, rock outcroppings, seasonal playas, and open grass pastures. Ample cover for wildlife is found throughout in the form of dense stands of pinon pine, juniper, and cedar. Dirt tanks and a small number of windmills provide water for livestock and wildlife. The ranch is home to elk, mule deer, and pronghorn, and is located in a portion of GMU 12 that is known for producing trophy animals. Portions of the ranch are perimeter fenced and internal roads provide access throughout. Unencumbered by conservation easements, this property represents a unique opportunity to acquire a quality hunting and grazing property that can be operated or configured to suit. Fence Lake Ranch is 2 hours and 20 minutes from Albuquerque and 1 hour and 30 minutes from Grants and the I-40 corridor. The community of Quemado is a 45 minute drive to the south.
$14,000,000  •  7,677 acres
The Iconic Wrench Ranch forms the north boundary of the City of Sheridan with a history of being a legendary Polled Hereford operation. Straddling Goose Creek with fertile irrigated cropland and thousands of acres of shoulder rangeland. Not encumbered with an easement, opportunities like this are rare, a quality property with such an optimal location benefiting from transition land providing generations of upside. Blessed with abundant adjudicated water rights and with working improvements ideal for an equestrian estate or seed stock showcase. The Ranch consists of approximately 4,487+/- deeded acres and a Wyoming state grazing lease on 3,190+/- acres. The Ranch fronts over 3 miles of Goose Creek and together with the hay meadows hold approximately 940 +/- deeded acres of irrigated pasture or subirrigated riparian corridor to compliment the approximate 3,487 +/- deeded acres of shoulder range land. Two pivots, several side roll sprinklers, and flood irrigation distribute early priority surface and storage water. The ranch includes approximately 6 homes, 3 barns, 10 loafing sheds, and 3 equipment shops located at 6 separate sets of working improvements. This offering does not include the 490+/- acres of annexed city land that is also owned by the Wrench Ranch, this offering is for the operational ranch land only. To learn more about the offering of the development land visit TheWrenchRanch.com The town Sheridan, Wyoming is arguably the most desirable place to raise a family in the Rocky Mountain West.The ranch is strategically positioned in the path of the City’s critical infrastructure plan. The community is near the confluence of three interstate highways and has several commercial air service options. Wyoming is ranked as one of the top business and tax friendly states in the country. The Wrench Ranch represents a once in a lifetime opportunity for an investment Buyer that is looking for a large acreage that offers a unique value position.
$9,570,000  •  7,656 acres
The historic D Bar Ranch is a magnificent 7,656 +/- acre property in northern Coke County, Texas that has been owned by the same family since the 1950’s.
$10,000,000  •  7,554 acres
This legacy ranch, located in Keya Paha County near Bassett Nebraska, consists of 7554 deeded acres of hard grass canyon pastures, hay meadows, and 4.5 miles of the historic Niobrara River.  This portion of the river has been designated as the "Niobrara Scenic River" by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and National Park Service.  Ranching - The Arrowsmith Ranch is well balanced with summer rangeland and excellent hay production.  With 2000 + acres of sub-irrigated hay meadow and second bench ground.  The canyon pastures will carry 350 cow/calf pairs during summer grazing.  Adequate fall and winter grazing can be found on the after growth of the hay meadows.  With live springs and creeks for livestock water there is no need to break ice in the winter.  Excellent protection makes this ranch ideal for wintering and calving cows.  A calving barn is situated on the hay meadow and cattle handling corrals and equipment are located at the building site.Hunting - This ranch truly has some of the best big game hunting ever to be found in the state of Nebraska.  It supports a local elk herd of nearly 100 animals.  400 class bulls are not uncommon.  The whitetail deer hunting is world class, with trophies ranging from 170 to 200 inches taken yearly.  Mule deer and turkeys can be found on the ranch in increasing numbers.   Fishing - The Niobrara River drainage contains the largest number of fish species occurring in Nebraska.  Game fish in the Niobrara include channel catfish, carp, bluegill, green sunfish, grass pickerel, and many other fish species. History - Outlaw Doc Middleton had a hideout cabin near Tarbell Creek, which runs through the ranch.  Remnants can still be found today.  The life of the notorious horse thief has been chronicled in numerous books.  He has been etched into the history of the Great American West.  Also notable, the original townsite of Carns was located at the present ranch headquarters.  Carns was the first stop on the stagecoach line which ran from Oneill Nebraska to the Black Hills of South Dakota.Here is your chance to own a large working ranch with unmatched recreational opportunities.  Call Terry or Jade to set up your qualified private showing. 
$10,000,000  •  7,554 acres
This legacy ranch, located in Keya Paha County near Bassett Nebraska, consists of 7554 deeded acres of hard grass canyon pastures, hay meadows, and 4.5 miles of the historic Niobrara River.  This portion of the river has been designated as the "Niobrara Scenic River" by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and National Park Service.   Ranching - The Arrowsmith Ranch is well balanced with summer rangeland and excellent hay production.  With 2000 + acres of sub-irrigated hay meadow and second bench ground.  The canyon pastures will carry 350 cow/calf pairs during summer grazing.  Adequate fall and winter grazing can be found on the after growth of the hay meadows.  With live springs and creeks for livestock water there is no need to break ice in the winter.  Excellent protection makes this ranch ideal for wintering and calving cows.  A calving barn is situated on the hay meadow and cattle handling corrals and equipment are located at the building site. Hunting - This ranch truly has some of the best big game hunting ever to be found in the state of Nebraska.  It supports a local elk herd of nearly 100 animals.  400 class bulls are not uncommon.  The whitetail deer hunting is world class, with trophies ranging from 170 to 200 inches taken yearly.  Mule deer and turkeys can be found on the ranch in increasing numbers.    Fishing - The Niobrara River drainage contains the largest number of fish species occurring in Nebraska.  Game fish in the Niobrara include channel catfish, carp, bluegill, green sunfish, grass pickerel, and many other fish species.  History - Outlaw Doc Middleton had a hideout cabin near Tarbell Creek, which runs through the ranch.  Remnants can still be found today.  The life of the notorious horse thief has been chronicled in numerous books.  He has been etched into the history of the Great American West.  Also notable, the original townsite of Carns was located at the present ranch headquarters.  Carns was the first stop on the stagecoach line which ran from Oneill Nebraska to the Black Hills of South Dakota. Here is your chance to own a large working ranch with unmatched recreational opportunities.  Call Terry or Jade to set up your qualified private showing. 
$2,800,000  •  7,481 acres
CLOSING STATEMENT It is our privilege to present the Onion Creek Ranch to select buyers on behalf of the owner and we than you for the opportunity to present this exception grass ranch to you. This ranch represents an exceptional opportunity in today’s ranch market.
$13,900,000  •  7,454 acres
A once in a lifetime large land parcel/development purchase opportunity. Very rarely in Washington State do large land parcels such as this become available for sale. On the 720 acres lower development site, the property boasts over 1 mile of Columbia River frontage with stunning river and mountain views throughout the property. The site includes Preliminary Plat Approval for 48 Estate Lots (ranging 2 to 8 acres in size), a 40 unit riverfront lodge, restaurant, winery, spa & an equestrian center. Plus, over 60 acres of Apple and Cherry Orchards. The back section is over 6700 acres zoned RA-20 acre parcels. In total, 7454 acres in title with an additional 3000 acres leased with DNR. Ravenwing Ranch has over 10,000 acres in total for development; or create the ultimate northwest trophy ranch.
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$3,149,304  •  7,410.13 acres
H Bar H is predominantly within the Bear Canyon drainage with steep hills, cliffs, and drainage along with grass covered flats. A road system gets you down to the river and around the ranch making this place private and extremely accessible. Seven wells with several watering troughs provide amazing water distribution for wildlife. The headquarters is a compound with an updated 3 bedroom/2 bath main house with a custom rock fireplace, hunter’s camp, barns and outbuilding.
$13,000,000  •  7,334 acres
Bill E. Newman Real Estate LLC and Cruikshank Realty, Inc. are excited to be marketing the Sterrett Irrigated Farm. This farm, if not, is one of the largest contiguous irrigated farms in the Oklahoma Panhandle. The Sterrett Farm offers a Buyer the opportunity to own a masterfully planned income crop producing operation with the potential of hunting as a secondary income. With all its allocated water, productive sandy soils, location and accessibility it offers a multitude of investment opportunities. The only major improvements on the property are those associated with production, irrigation wells, sprinklers, water pipeline, gas pipeline, and electrical wiring. The only house is adequate for an onsite manager. The possibility of diversifying into a livestock operation whether it be cattle feed yard, dairy, year around grazing or establishing a organic operation are wide open. This level to gently rolling farm with its sandy soils, ability to produce 14,000 GPM (10,900 ac ft/year), and an almost ideal growing climate with its location makes this farm a prime income property.
$3,648,000  •  7,296 acres
Situated at the convergence of three biologically-distinct eco-regions in Texas; the Texas Hill Country to the east, the Chihuahuan Desert to the west, and the subtropical Tamaulipan Brushland to the south, creating one of the most unique wildlife habitats in the state.
$4,900,000  •  7,224 acres
In the same family for over 100 years, this well-balanced ranch, with an abundance of native grasses, encompasses 6,904± deeded acres plus a half section of State ground. The Ranch will carry 275± mother cows plus 30-50 replacements and 15-20 bulls. Part of the Ranch lies in the Bull Mountains offering good elk, deer and antelope hunting. This self-sufficient grass ranch with good livestock water throughout is located only 45 minutes from Billings. The Ranch sits in three non-contiguous parcels which can be purchased together or individually.
$19,950,000  •  7,177 acres
[83,604 total acres (7,177 deeded)] [8.5 miles of world-class fishing] [Elk, mule/white tail deer, turkey, upland birds, & waterfowl] [Territorial water rights to irrigate 1,400 acres] [Substantial improvements] [Includes 800+/- cows, available bulls, & equipment] HISTORY: When ancestral tribes of Native Americans wandered into Paint Rock Creek Canyon in what is now north-central Wyoming over 10,000 years ago, they knew they had found an exceptional place. Abundant fresh water, a mild climate and huge herds of game enticed them to call this place home for thousands of years. Today, this exceptional corner of Wyoming is occupied by amazing Paint Rock Canyon Ranch, a premier working legacy ranch that has been in the hands of only two families since it was homesteaded over a century ago. Thus, Paint Rock Canyon Ranch elegantly controls approximately 83,604 acres (7,177 deeded) with several miles of blue-ribbon trout streams, remarkably productive grasslands, fascinating archaeological sites and big game habitat that is second-to-none in the Rocky Mountains. INTRODUCTION: Paint Rock Canyon Creek is born on the western slopes of 13,165-foot Cloud Peak, the highest point in Wyoming's Bighorn Mountains, and then rushes many miles through a deep limestone canyon. At the foot of this canyon, the trout-rich creek breaks out into the Bighorn Basin at about 5000 feet, and into the holdings of Paint Rock Canyon Ranch, in a lovely setting of broad hay meadows fringed by red sandstone cliffs. Located at the end of the road, Paint Rock Canyon Ranch offers private Western grandeur like few ranches anywhere in the Rockies. FISHING: Paint Rock Canyon Creek and its tributary Medicine Lodge Creek offer more than 8 combined miles of private fishing for wild rainbow and brown trout that grow fat and strong. Several additional miles of fishing are directly adjacent to ranch on BLM land and rarely accessed by the public. Many fish reach 14 to 17 inches in these streams, and will rise readily to dry flies. The largest fish in the stream exceed over 20 inches. As the ranch is located high in the basin, water quantity is never an issue, and water quality is top-notch. Additionally, a couple of springs on the ranch could easily supply large trophy trout ponds. HUNTING: As the ancients discovered, wildlife thrives along Paint Rock Creek as well. Large resident herds of trophy elk, pronghorn, mule deer and whitetail deer can all be found on the ranch itself and on adjacent public lands. Commonly, herds of up to 600 elk can be seen in the ranch's meadows. Big game hunting is outstanding and very private, even on public land sections that are largely blocked in by the ranch's holdings. The ranch is rich with gamebirds as well: pheasants, turkey, chukkar, sharp-tailed grouse, geese, ducks and blue grouse are all present in huntable numbers on and around the ranch. PRODUCTION: In operation as a cattle or sheep ranch for over 100 years, Paint Rock Canyon Ranch has been fine-tuned as a commercial enterprise. Its irrigation rights are spectacular and about as senior as they come, and permit amazing crops of hay on over 1400 total irrigated acres. Each year the ranch's meadows produce over 3000 tons of hay, thanks in part to six pivots that irrigate nearly 1000 acres. RANCHING: Cattle ranching is the economic mainstay at Paint Rock Canyon, with 1250 cow/calf units currently supported. The unique foothills location of the ranch allows these animals to graze in the adjacent high country federal leases in the summer months, and in the lowlands to the west in the fall and winter months. The ranch's hay production support these animals throughout the winter, usually with an excess of hay to sell as well. IMPROVEMENTS: Physical improvements on Paint Rock Canyon Ranch are almost too many to enumerate. The cattle operation includes a full complement of barns, shops and outbuildings and a cow camp cabin on permitted Forest Service land. Two employee houses are included as well as a large apartment. The owner's compound is a spectacular, sprawling 4500-square foot home on a single level, with amazing views of the red bluffs of Medicine Lodge Canyon, the Paint Rock Canyon gorge and the distant Absaroka Range. It includes a state of the art kitchen and a 1000-square foot gym. Designed by a prominent California architect, it is filled with fascinating design details and fits into the Wyoming landscape perfectly. Close to the owner's house is a 2500-square foot guest house with its own 5-car garage. Two additional 2500-square-foot homes are also included on the ranch, one near the ranching community of Hyattville and another on the bench near the owner's complex. At Paint Rock Creek Canyon Ranch, there is never a shortage of space for guests! YOUTH CAMP: A final major improvement on this exceptional property is a youth camp constructed by the Alm Family Foundation, which has served disadvantaged youth from the Los Angeles area for several years. Its award-winning design includes a lodge and commercial kitchen and several cabins and dormitories. The youth camp may or may not be continued in operation, as per the buyer's decision. CONSERVATION: The Nature Conservancy has acquired a conservation easement on 4595 acres of the ranch property. The terms of this easement allow for a 1000 square foot retreat cabin and a second youth camp facility to be constructed within the easement boundaries if desired. The conservation easement allows for the best of the natural features and the agricultural use of the land to be preserved for generations to come. RECREATION: The western Bighorn Mountains are filled with recreational potential. In addition to the world-class hunting and fishing on the ranch, horseback riding, hiking and backpacking is available in the adjacent Bighorn National Forest and its Cloud Peak Wilderness Area. Almost in the backyard is the Medicine Lodge State Archaeological Site, with informative displays, fishing and camping. Cody and a regional airport, the eastern gateway to Yellowstone National Park, is only 90 minutes away, and the famous hot springs at Thermopolis are only about an hour's drive. PRICE: Yes, those ancient Americans who first found Paint Rock Creek knew a good thing when they found it. We at Harrigan Land Company know a good thing when we find it, too, and Paint Rock Canyon Ranch is like no other place we've visited. If you're intrigued by this one-of-a-kind legacy ranch, we can meet you there for your introduction to a part of Wyoming that we're confident that you'll never forget.
$21,483,000  •  7,161 acres
The Pate Ranch is 6 miles east of Freer on Hwy. 59 with 2.75 miles of frontage 7,161 total acres all contiguous Main lodge is approx. 14,000 square feet with 10 BR & 12 Baths Cabana in courtyard type setting with outdoor kitchen, swimming pool & hot tub House at deer breeding pens consisting of 4,000 square feet with 4 BR & 2 bath 4 other homes consisting of--1 three BR, 2--2 BR, & 1--1 BR. 2,400 square feet garage attached to the main lodging area 6 water wells. 3 solar & 3 electric with miles of water lines run throughout the ranch Approx. 6 ponds and 30 water troughs 3,800' paved runway for easy access from any location 5-stand 6-station skeet shooting range 21 deer breeding pens with first class 8 room working facility MLD level-3 permit approx. 150 deer in pens will convey Wildlife consist of several 200+ class deer on the ranch every year and great bobwhite quail hunting. The 2015 Helicoptor survey taken this September identified 141 coveys! Only a handful of hogs are on the ranch and a small population of javelina 10 MB Ranch King 8'--6 X 6 blinds, 12 corn feeders, & 15 protein feeders outside of pens 3 feed bens--20,000 lbs. each Walk-in cooler with game cleaning area 4 total metal barns for storage and equipment No minerals to convey
$19,500,000  •  7,000 acres
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Deeded Acreage 7,510+/- • Irrigated Acreage 4,117+/- • Grassland Acreage 2,348+/- • Dryland Acreage 383+/- • 2,694 Shares of The Fort Lyon Canal Company • 420 Shares of The Amity Mutual Irrigation CO. • 200 Shares of the Hyde Ditch • 276 Common shares of Lower Arkansas Water Management Association (LAWMA) • 24 Preferred Shares of Lower Arkansas Water Management Association (LAWMA) • Efficient Water Delivery • Productive Soils • 22,000 Head Feed Yard with Mill • 167 Open pens • 18 Pens with Pole Shed Shelter • 11 Wells • Good drainage • Pellet Mill • Beautiful 6,582 sq. ft. Home • Great Access • Sold as a Corporation
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$12,900,000  •  6,943 acres
$13,500,000
North Fork LodgeHighlighted by historic stone buildings overlooking a lake in the heart of this expansive 6,943± acre property, North Fork Lodge is known for its diverse landscape, quality hunting and extensive timber resources. Manicured grounds surrounding the beautiful lodge buildings complement the wild nature of its timbered hillsides, ridgelines, creek bottoms and hollows. The property has served as a gathering place for generations, offering a multitude of activities including a ski and sledding hill, fishing and boating, hiking, hunting, trap and skeet shooting. An extensive network of internal roads provides access throughout the property for recreation and to the timber reserves. The property is conveniently located near the town of St. Marys and within easy reach of a number of eastern US metropolitan areas.The Facts:Encompassing 6,943± acres, this is one of Pennsylvania’s largest properties owned by a private individualBorders Elk State Forest and State Game Lands on three sidesExcellent deer, bear and turkey hunting as a result of quality habitat and careful wildlife managementSignificant marketable timber resource of varying age classes provides sustainable income streamWater resources include North Fork and West Creek streams with brook trout, the main lake, and a stocked bass pondHistoric buildings include the authentic stone lodge built in 1921, adjacent kitchen and dining facility with additional lodging, ski chalet, and accessory buildings.The facilities can comfortably accommodate 30-38 guestsExcellent internal road system with approximately 150 miles of roads and several new bridgesAdditional amenities include ski/sledding slope, skeet and trap shootingLocated 8 miles northeast of St. Marys in Elk County, PA, in the heart of Pennsylvania deer and elk countrySt. Marys is home to over 13,000 people and is located between 120 - 300 miles of New York City, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, Pittsburgh and Cleveland
$6,000,000  •  6,880 acres
6,880 Acres, 6 Pastures, Well Watered by 4 Wells, 13 Miles South of Marfa, Antelope, Mule Deer & Quail, Premium Cattle Country
$10,000,000  •  6,867 acres
Mahogany Butte Ranch is 6867 acres with miles of Mill Creek running through property & bordering the Ochoco National Forest. The beautiful main home features: 4010 sf, 4 bed, 3 bath, custom finishes, stone fireplace, gourmet kitchen, open floorplan, saltwater swimming pool overlooking the Mill Creek Valley. Ranch: 371.6 acres irrigation, 2 additional homes, barn, shop, hay barns, corrals, seasonal springs & creeks, pine forests, LOP tags, road system, abundant wildlife, a private setting, 1 hour from Bend.
$2,000,000  •  6,787 acres
The Brees Ranch, located a few miles west of Laramie, Wyoming, is a highly sought after grass ranch consisting of approximately 5,507 deeded acres and 1,280 leased acres in one large contiguous parcel.
$14,495,000  •  6,713 acres
BIGHORN MOUNTAIN RANCHThe Bighorn Mountain Ranch is an excellent piece of high country heaven with excellent views, wildlife and privacy.  This 6,713 +/- acre mountain ranch consists of excellent cabins and lodges, rolling grass-covered hills and meadows that are cut by deep tree-covered canyons and game filled bluffs.  The vast ranch is completely surrounded by BLM and National Forest lands of Bighorn Mountain Range, which typically gives public access into sensitive areas of ranches.  However, this is not the case on this offering.  In fact, the deeded land protects and controls most access to all of approximately 30,000 acres.  With control of so many acres, this ranch definitely lives BIG! Started by the Flitner family in 1906 on a homestead known as Cow Camp, the Bighorn Mountain Ranch has grown over the last 100 years, adding surrounding acreage and encompassing over 20 square miles. Decades full of cattle drives, wildlife management efforts, new construction, recreational memories and hundreds of untold stories lie within the boundaries of this ranch. Now, for the first time, this legacy property is on the market.This ranch location, just 80 miles from Sheridan and 80 miles from Cody, gives the property access to the outside world.  Locally, the town of Greybull offers all services and a good 7,000 foot runway at the local airport.  For the air enthusiast and possibly the pilot, the current owner has installed two heated helicopter pads for year around access at the ranch, which is just a short 10-minute flight via helicopter from Greybull.  Shell, Wyoming is just below the ranch, and it offers some services and basic provisions as well. Known for the abundance of fossil shells located in the area, nearby exposed formations such as the Cloverly Formation and the Morrison Formation have yielded numerous fossils of dinosaurs and other animals.LAND AND CATTLEThe terrain is what makes Bighorn Mountain Ranch so special.  Rolling hillsides covered with excellent grass for both stock and wildlife make the bedding areas in the canyons and the trees even better.  The owners are some of the best land stewards, and their efforts and management of this land has established grazing capacity for livestock and elk to an all time high.  It is estimated that around 3,500 elk travel this region, and between 1,500 and 2,000 elk use the ranch and its adjoining public land frequently.  The current owners graze cattle in the summer months on the neighboring public land leases.  Bighorn Mountain Ranch is offered with BLM leases and a current cattle lease in place with a local rancher.  The land and wildlife management from the current owners include, but are not limited to the following: light intensity grazing, moving cattle out of elk areas prior to season, development of a world class water system with pipes and tanks, and the building and upkeep of excellent improvements.WATER AND FISHINGWhite Creek runs through the ranch, offering excellent small trout fishing with beautiful Brook Trout. Shell Creek on the northern border of the ranch is accessed at the ranch entry and offers trophy trout fishing on public land.  This area of Wyoming is home to some of the best brown and rainbow trout fishing anywhere. The property’s water system that Mr. David Flitner developed and engineered on the ranch is unlike any I have seen.  Starting from an adjudicated spring, with over 20 miles of buried pipe and numerous ponds, the ranch’s water system has a great amount of infrastructure and allows for delivery of water to pastures and areas on the ranch as needed.  It also provides for several tanks and good wildlife water and has greatly increased the overall capacity on the property for both wildlife and cattle.  You will have to see it to believe it, it is truly an excellent and critical resource. HUNTING AND WILDLIFEAmong other species, elk hunting is incredible on this variable terrain property. The current owners lease the hunting to a professional outfitter and the emphasis on this hunting is for management and quality.  They pay a great amount of respect to how it is hunted to ensure the animals “feel safe”.  Our team witnessed this while on the ranch the past couple of visits.  We were able to see and enjoy one bachelor group of bulls in full velvet of approximately 50 bulls.  The hunting method and the terrain suits many hunting abilities as they set up and wait for the animals to come out in the morning and evening from the dense bedding cover of the tree filled canyons.  The ranch is located in Wyoming Game Hunting Unit 41 and tags for all species can be applied for during specific seasons. The ranch is also home to good Mule Deer, Sage Grouse, Blue Grouse and some Huns. The lower country in the Shell Valley is also home to many different species of wildlife giving diversity seldom seen anywhere.  Pheasants, Chukar, Huns, Turkey, White-tailed deer and antelope to name just a few…CABINS AND IMPROVEMENTSThe Lodge at Bald Ridge is described as “that perfect spot” by landowner Mrs. Paula Flitner.  The very well constructed log home overlooks a nice pond and over 100 miles of endless views and the deep canyon carrying White Creek.  The improvements at Bald Ridge consist of a 5-bedroom, 4-bath log home with commercial kitchen, dining room, relaxing living area, wrap-around deck, large wood burning fireplace and beautiful setting.  Next door to the lodge is a the cookhouse cabin which has an excellent commercial kitchen and a beautiful deck with views, plus sleeping quarters for two.  There is also an outdoor cooking area with a great firepit and grills.  The property also has three cabins that sleep 4-6 with full baths and good privacy and views.  The lodge at Bald Ridge and these other improvements are affectionately called the “Upper Hideout”. The Snowshoe Lodge and Cabins is another complete set of great improvements on the ranch with a main lodge and three smaller cabins.  The main lodge is a three-bedroom structure with three baths and offers all the amenities of home.  A very well appointed home with a custom kitchen and excellent appliances and great room with dining area lead out onto a view of the forest and a beautiful valley.  The three-story log structure includes wet bar in the basement and excellent bedrooms and baths.  Adjoining the lodge on the lower level is a walk-in sauna for guests to enjoy year around.  The three other small log cabins sleep 2-4 and are very well equipped with baths and small kitchen areas.  The Snowshoe Lodge and cabin area also has an excellent garage for auto and ATV storage, along with a walk-in cooler for big game care after harvesting an animal.  This set of facilities is “just right” in the wild of Wyoming.  Power and luxury with peace and solitude! And last but not least for improvements is the “Cow Camp” cabin, a quintessential Wyoming homestead that is dripping with the history of this great family. David Flitner tells stories of his grandfather and father and hired hands utilizing this early 1900’s restored cabin. David shared some of his first memories of childhood from Cow Camp, leaving me jealous and ripe with envy.  Situated on a south-facing slope, the cabin includes a piped-in spring fed water source, a fenced corral and pens used for horses and cattle.  The cabin has power ran to it and has been restored for all weather use. (They are even building a new outhouse!) It is just something you have to see to believe!Writing about this property is difficult because of the depth and history involved in this family and this area.  We are looking for someone who is passionate about the land and the wildlife that wants to begin this ranches next “generation” of stewards.  I am proud to represent such a fine ranch and a fine family and hope that the next owners will love it for another 100 years.  Give me a call for a private showing of this excellent opportunity.There is also an additional 440 acres available within 2.5 miles Southwest of the ranch called Grisham Ranch. Contact Dax Hayden for more information.  
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$14,495,000  •  6,713 acres
BIGHORN MOUNTAIN RANCH The Bighorn Mountain Ranch is an excellent piece of high country heaven with excellent views, wildlife and privacy.  This 6,713 +/- acre mountain ranch consists of excellent cabins and lodges, rolling grass-covered hills and meadows that are cut by deep tree-covered canyons and game filled bluffs.  The vast ranch is completely surrounded by BLM and National Forest lands of Bighorn Mountain Range, which typically gives public access into sensitive areas of ranches.  However, this is not the case on this offering.  In fact, the deeded land protects and controls most access to all of approximately 30,000 acres.  With control of so many acres, this ranch definitely lives BIG!  Started by the Flitner family in 1906 on a homestead known as Cow Camp, the Bighorn Mountain Ranch has grown over the last 100 years, adding surrounding acreage and encompassing over 20 square miles. Decades full of cattle drives, wildlife management efforts, new construction, recreational memories and hundreds of untold stories lie within the boundaries of this ranch. Now, for the first time, this legacy property is on the market. This ranch location, just 80 miles from Sheridan and 80 miles from Cody, gives the property access to the outside world.  Locally, the town of Greybull offers all services and a good 7,000 foot runway at the local airport.  For the air enthusiast and possibly the pilot, the current owner has installed two heated helicopter pads for year around access at the ranch, which is just a short 10-minute flight via helicopter from Greybull.  Shell, Wyoming is just below the ranch, and it offers some services and basic provisions as well. Known for the abundance of fossil shells located in the area, nearby exposed formations such as the Cloverly Formation and the Morrison Formation have yielded numerous fossils of dinosaurs and other animals. LAND AND CATTLE The terrain is what makes Bighorn Mountain Ranch so special.  Rolling hillsides covered with excellent grass for both stock and wildlife make the bedding areas in the canyons and the trees even better.  The owners are some of the best land stewards, and their efforts and management of this land has established grazing capacity for livestock and elk to an all time high.  It is estimated that around 3,500 elk travel this region, and between 1,500 and 2,000 elk use the ranch and its adjoining public land frequently.  The current owners graze cattle in the summer months on the neighboring public land leases.  Bighorn Mountain Ranch is offered with BLM leases and a current cattle lease in place with a local rancher.  The land and wildlife management from the current owners include, but are not limited to the following: light intensity grazing, moving cattle out of elk areas prior to season, development of a world class water system with pipes and tanks, and the building and upkeep of excellent improvements. WATER AND FISHING White Creek runs through the ranch, offering excellent small trout fishing with beautiful Brook Trout. Shell Creek on the northern border of the ranch is accessed at the ranch entry and offers trophy trout fishing on public land.  This area of Wyoming is home to some of the best brown and rainbow trout fishing anywhere. The property’s water system that Mr. David Flitner developed and engineered on the ranch is unlike any I have seen.  Starting from an adjudicated spring, with over 20 miles of buried pipe and numerous ponds, the ranch’s water system has a great amount of infrastructure and allows for delivery of water to pastures and areas on the ranch as needed.  It also provides for several tanks and good wildlife water and has greatly increased the overall capacity on the property for both wildlife and cattle.  You will have to see it to believe it, it is truly an excellent and critical resource.  HUNTING AND WILDLIFE Among other species, elk hunting is incredible on this variable terrain property. The current owners lease the hunting to a professional outfitter and the emphasis on this hunting is for management and quality.  They pay a great amount of respect to how it is hunted to ensure the animals “feel safe”.  Our team witnessed this while on the ranch the past couple of visits.  We were able to see and enjoy one bachelor group of bulls in full velvet of approximately 50 bulls.  The hunting method and the terrain suits many hunting abilities as they set up and wait for the animals to come out in the morning and evening from the dense bedding cover of the tree filled canyons.  The ranch is located in Wyoming Game Hunting Unit 41 and tags for all species can be applied for during specific seasons.  The ranch is also home to good Mule Deer, Sage Grouse, Blue Grouse and some Huns. The lower country in the Shell Valley is also home to many different species of wildlife giving diversity seldom seen anywhere.  Pheasants, Chukar, Huns, Turkey, White-tailed deer and antelope to name just a few… CABINS AND IMPROVEMENTS The Lodge at Bald Ridge is described as “that perfect spot” by landowner Mrs. Paula Flitner.  The very well constructed log home overlooks a nice pond and over 100 miles of endless views and the deep canyon carrying White Creek.  The improvements at Bald Ridge consist of a 5-bedroom, 4-bath log home with commercial kitchen, dining room, relaxing living area, wrap-around deck, large wood burning fireplace and beautiful setting.  Next door to the lodge is a the cookhouse cabin which has an excellent commercial kitchen and a beautiful deck with views, plus sleeping quarters for two.  There is also an outdoor cooking area with a great firepit and grills.  The property also has three cabins that sleep 4-6 with full baths and good privacy and views.  The lodge at Bald Ridge and these other improvements are affectionately called the “Upper Hideout”.  The Snowshoe Lodge and Cabins is another complete set of great improvements on the ranch with a main lodge and three smaller cabins.  The main lodge is a three-bedroom structure with three baths and offers all the amenities of home.  A very well appointed home with a custom kitchen and excellent appliances and great room with dining area lead out onto a view of the forest and a beautiful valley.  The three-story log structure includes wet bar in the basement and excellent bedrooms and baths.  Adjoining the lodge on the lower level is a walk-in sauna for guests to enjoy year around.  The three other small log cabins sleep 2-4 and are very well equipped with baths and small kitchen areas.  The Snowshoe Lodge and cabin area also has an excellent garage for auto and ATV storage, along with a walk-in cooler for big game care after harvesting an animal.  This set of facilities is “just right” in the wild of Wyoming.  Power and luxury with peace and solitude!  And last but not least for improvements is the “Cow Camp” cabin, a quintessential Wyoming homestead that is dripping with the history of this great family. David Flitner tells stories of his grandfather and father and hired hands utilizing this early 1900’s restored cabin. David shared some of his first memories of childhood from Cow Camp, leaving me jealous and ripe with envy.  Situated on a south-facing slope, the cabin includes a piped-in spring fed water source, a fenced corral and pens used for horses and cattle.  The cabin has power ran to it and has been restored for all weather use. (They are even building a new outhouse!) It is just something you have to see to believe! Writing about this property is difficult because of the depth and history involved in this family and this area.  We are looking for someone who is passionate about the land and the wildlife that wants to begin this ranches next “generation” of stewards.  I am proud to represent such a fine ranch and a fine family and hope that the next owners will love it for another 100 years.  Give me a call for a private showing of this excellent opportunity. There is also an additional 440 acres available within 2.5 miles Southwest of the ranch called Grisham Ranch. Contact Dax Hayden for more information.  
$13,900,000  •  6,600 acres
This is the best live water ranch you have ever seen, with unlimited future development and recreational possibilities! Two hours from Houston, with commercial airline flights daily, this property offers more than 20 miles of Lake Amistad and Devil?s River shoreline. Lake Amistad is one of the top-rated bass lakes in the world and is now home to many annual fishing tournaments. This South Texas/Chihuahua, high-desert environment may someday be a world-class resort and hotel golf course destination. Tall, majestic, rough and rustic, the 400-foot cliffs stretch from the crystal-clear aquamarine waters of the famous Devil?s River and Lake Amistad. For the avid outdoorsman, hunter, boater, fisherman, bird watcher, kayaker, diver or star watcher, you must experience the rare opportunity. This ranch has paved electric access, miles of great paved roads and easy access to the lake and river shorelines. There are good improvements, including the main home on a hilltop, bunkhouse, guesthouse, two water wells, four stock ponds, good working pens, a 1,500-foot airstrip and more. This is what Texas stands for: great opportunities and future investments. The seller will consider selling 4,500+ acres separately with 10 miles of Lake Amistad shore. $15,900,000. Call Jeff Soele 210 705-4013.
Reduced
$19,950,000  •  6,573 acres
$29,950,000
Just 14 miles south of Montrose, Colorado, the Buckhorn Mountain Ranch spreads across 6,573± deeded acres and 6,003± leased BLM acres of stunningly beautiful land at the base of Storm King Peak. Located in Montrose and Ouray Counties, the ranch has magnificent views of the San Juan Mountains.