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$9,850,000  •  98,424 acres
The Continental Divide Ranch is an outstanding large working ranch located in south-central Wyoming, near the town of Rawlins, Wyoming, and situated along the North Platte River and Haystack Mountain Range. The ranch totals approximately 98,424 total acres and offers diversity.
$8,500,000  •  9,153 acres
Spanning many square miles of excellent hunting habitat rising from the valley floor up to the mountaintop, the Soldier Creek Ranch is the perfect combination of exceptional privacy, plentiful wildlife, diverse terrain, abundant water, and year-round access – All Within Two Hours of Salt Lake City!
$2,980,000  •  1,489 acres
Red Lodge Creek Ranch is a 1,489± acre ranch ideally located within 15 miles of the resort community of Red Lodge. The ranch’s location away from the base of the mountains gives it the most dramatic views of the highest peaks in Montana. The rolling topography is divided by Red Lodge Creek which courses through the ranch for approximately one mile. It offers a combination of riparian area and foothill range along with a complete set of extensively renovated improvements which include a home, machine shed, barn and outbuildings in a serene creek-frontage setting. The Facts: ~ 15 miles from Red Lodge, MT ~ Creek frontage on Red Lodge Creek ~ Remodeled headquarters ~ Private trout fishery ~ 1,489± deeded acres ~ 80± acre State lease ~ Beartooth Mountain views ~ Productive hay ground ~ Good deer and upland bird population
$3,400,000  •  1,065 acres
The 1,065± Blanchard Butte Irrigated Ranch is located 20 miles north of Red Lodge Montana and 35 miles south of Billings International Airport. This extremely well-balanced ranch consists of 103± flood irrigated acres and 548± acres under center-pivot. Water is delivered via the Highline Ditch, and owner would become majority shareholder of the Ditch Company enabling future water development. The decreed water is plentiful from Rock Creek and Clear Creek, but can also be supplemented with Cooney Reservoir shares. 157± dry-cropland acres are currently in tame-grass hay which should yield 1 ton per acre without fertilizer on average. 256± acres of rangeland with a carrying capacity of 30 acres/AU along with many wildlife-habitat reservoirs complete this mix of grazing and farming. Two homes, storage shed with concrete floor, excellent well water, Elk tag qualifications, and a view-unmatched make this the ideal ranch in an excellent location. Reduced Price: $3,400,000 Contact Colter DeVries at (406) 425-1027 for more details.
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$0  •  740 acres
$1,850,000
Butcher Creek Ranch is nestled in a pristine alpine setting, in the shadow of the majestic snow capped Beartooth Mountains. This working cattle ranch offers a harmonious balance between recreation and agriculture. Almost a mile of Butcher Creek flows through the ranch and a feeds into a one acre pond on the property. It has good fishing now, however, it has tremendous potential to be enhanced into a great mountain fisher. Located in south-central Montana, encompassing 740+/- acres of foothills, creek bottoms and lush meadowlands. There is 175 irrigated acres and 565+/- acres of good grazing land. Butcher Creek flows down through lush meadows creating a horn of plenty for trout, upland birds and abundant wildlife that includes whitetail, mule deer, antelope and elk. Very productive irrigated cropland, views of the Beartooth Mountains. This ranch has a beautiful home, detached garage, several outbuildings; oversized shop, barn, corrals, sheds and panoramic views of the majestic Beartooth Mountains.
$3,710,000  •  620 acres
Under Contract
A private mountain retreat opportunity unique in the Central Rockies ideal for an individual/family or for a conservation developer, this untouched 620-acre National Forest in-holding lies in the immediate lee of the Continental Divide between Steamboat Springs, Colorado and Saratoga, Wyoming. It has convenient access from a major Forest Service maintained public road, yet maintains exceptional privacy. Green Mountain Retreat is completely surrounded by National Forest lands. Offering a wide range of recreational opportunities onsite plus a tremendous private “base camp” from which to access the vast Routt-Medicine Bow National Forest, this gem lends it-self to the avid outdoorsman. With the National Forests’ network of wild rivers, peaks, forest, wilderness, lakes, and trails; summer recreation activities are virtually unlimited. Strikingly beautiful in all four seasons, the Green Mountain Retreat is covered with a mixture of lodge pole pine, spruce, sub-alpine fir, and aspen, with many small meadows and clearings. Two forks of the Willow Creek tributary of the North Encampment River cross the property. As the season changes to fall, it is not uncommon in the evenings to hear the bugles of bull elk. A variety of other wildlife including trophy mule deer, bear, mountain lion and the occasional moose frequent the property as well. In addition to the attributes top flight high country properties share, Green Mountain offers something special. Due to its fortunate combination of topography, snowfall, and NE-facing bowls, the property contains exceptional alpine ski opportunity entirely within its own boundary, accessible by modern snowcat. A mile long ski trail with 1,200 feet of vertical drop already exists and will give a buyer a great insight to the potential for additional trails on the mountain. And whether for a family or small group of associates, or for a conservation developer, the unique deep powder ski amenity creates the option to lay out high quality ski-in/ski-out home sites in an intimate, uncrowded setting. Green Mountain allows for prudent, straight forward due diligence by a buyer. Comprehensive site analysis by the Foley Group and Sand Creek Ranch Preservation Company, ski terrain assessment by internationally respected Ecosign mountain planners, high resolution GIS based mapping, and detailed preliminary options planning have been professionally prepared for this property. If Green Mountain looks like the dream location you have long sought, you will have the tools to make a sound decision efficiently. Given its location, size, topography and recreational attributes, the Green Mountain Retreat represents a unique ownership opportunity in one of the most tax friendly states in the nation. This mountain gem is just four hours from Denver and for private aircraft it is 30 minutes from Shively Field Airport in Saratoga, an 8,800’ X 100’ lighted runway. Saratoga is one of Wyoming’s best kept secrets and features fine dining and the Old Baldy Club, a prestigious member only, championship level 18-hole course with blue ribbon fishing and superior accommodations. There is extraordinary beauty and opportunity on this perfectly-located section of land which can become your world-class personal retreat or high country project.
$1,400,000  •  425 acres
Located approximately one mile off US Highway 212, the Highline Road Ranch consists of two residences, a concrete-floor shed, and three pastures which are nicely setup for a gentleman’s ranch with breathtaking views overlooking the Beartooth Mountains and Rock Creek Valley. Consisting of 249± acres grazing, 103± acres irrigated, and 72± acres cropland hay, this property would make an ideal ease-of-operating ranch with the addition of a center pivot. The current owner has created three reservoirs used to train bird-dogs and hold sporting competitions. This property also has a history of big whitetail deer, upland game birds, migratory birds, and even elk. There are many amenities within minutes of the property with Red Lodge, Montana being in close proximity making this an exceptional property for all seasons of the year. Reduced Price: $1,400,000 Contact Colter DeVries at (406) 425-1027 for more details.
$1,690,000  •  323 acres
The C Lazy J Ranch is a 180 +/- ranch with Savery Creek meandering through. The 180 acres is in a park-like setting and in the middle lies the  custom built 4,300 sq. ft. home boasting of 4 bedrooms, office, 3 1/2 baths with terrific views of the irrigated meadows out of nearly every window. A pond winds from the house toward Savery Creek where overflow returns to the creek. Savery Creek offers excellent fishing with several good riffles and deep pools. The ranch has enough sub irrigated grass along the creek bottoms, pastures and 160 acre state lease to support 40 head while not interfering with the hay fields which on the average put up 180 tons.The cottonwood trees, chokecherry and willow groves, ponds and meadows make great bird and wildlife habitat. The ranch also boast of a detached over sized garage, equipment shop and  work shop with caretakers. The ranch is located ten miles from the jet-capable Dixon airport and four miles north of the town of Savery, Wyoming, has nearly a mile of scenic Savery Creek which provides good fishing and irrigation water. The ranch supports countless varieties of wildlife including moose, elk, antelope, mule and whitetail deer, sand hill cranes, blue herons, and Canadian geese.
$3,950,000  •  322 acres
This Wyoming Trophy Property is an exclusive opportunity to own an impressive furnished custom log home on 322 heavily timbered acres in the Snowy Range Mountains.  This is the retreat of your dreams, living amongst majestic elk as your close neighbors, in a sanctuary with all that nature provides.  The Swedish cope construction uses massive hand hewn Englemann Spruce logs imported from Vancouver, British Columbia.  The home boasts a sprawling 7800 finished sq ft that includes 3 bedrooms, 3 baths, oversized drive under two car garage, a full entertainment basement and a security vault. The loft has its own private deck and currently serves as additional bunk space but could be used as an office, den or private relaxing area. The spacious kitchen and dining offers granite tops, a large island with double ovens, and upgraded GE Monogram stainless appliances. The architecture gives a generous open lodge feeling with soaring vaulted knotty pine ceilings, and a towering river rock fireplace that provides the perfect centerpiece for lounging and conversation. The open design and walls of windows allow for excellent natural lighting and magnificent distant views. The ash hardwood and custom tile floors have radiant heat that is fired from both a propane and electric boiler which keeps everything comfortable throughout the seasons. The huge walkout and wraparound deck leads to an enormous covered patio that offers endless opportunities for outdoor entertainment and large gatherings, all under cover of the cold style metal roof. Surrounded by large private ranch’s and just North of the Medicine Bow National Forest, the Retreat currently qualifies for two Landowner Tags, with two more possible, and is located in the highly sought after and coveted Wyoming Elk Hunt Area 11. The Wick Wildlife Habitat Management Area is just a short bugle away and provides just under 20,000 acres of refuge to an estimated 600 Wyoming Wapiti. There is an additional 160 acres of BLM land adjacent to the south border, and another 40 acres of Wyoming State Trust land adjacent to the north boundary, which provide even more trophy opportunities. The Medicine Bow River is an easy cast to the west with access for the Fly Fisherman and Anglers. The National Forest sits just an ATV or Snow Machine ride to the South with some of the best snow machine trails in the country, and the Snowy Range Ski Area is in Centennial for endless recreation. A Piston Billy PB300 Snow Cat, Chevy Suburban with Mat Tracks, and two Honda ATVs will get you back in forth in no time at all, no matter what season of the year! The small town of Elk Mountain is minutes to the North and the Hot Springs are a short drive back into the town of Saratoga. The University of Wyoming is about the same, in the opposite direction to Laramie. An easy 2 hours gets you back into the hustle & bustle of the Colorado Front Range.
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$0  •  305 acres
$2,225,000
This 305 +/- acre property has approximately one mile of Clarks Fork River frontage. Fins & Feathers Ranch has a around 212+/-acres in malt barley and sugar beet production. The Ranch has excellent watering capability and has This along with the river & one well gives the property great water resources for irrigation, livestock and wildlife. Clarks Fork Frontage is 20 minutes from Billings, the hub of Montana and 30 miles from ski runs at Red Lodge Mountain. It is just an hour from Cody, Wyoming and the Buffalo Bill Museum. In addition to this you have a great fishing and hunting, in and along the Clarks Fork River.
$265,000  •  160 acres
Under Contract
A rare opportunity to own 160 acres of prime hunting land in the middle of Medicine Bow National Forest. With a 160 acres you may qualify for landowner tags. This property is surrounded on three sides by National Forest.  This property has Harden Creek running through the lower edge of the property and has other marsh areas throughout the land. An abundance of trees and easy seasonal access makes this a hunters dream.
$165,000  •  41 acres
The Morning Star and Monster Lode Claims are located along the Continental Divide Trail in the scenic Sierra Madre Mountain range approximately 15 miles west of Encampment, Wyoming. Comprised of 41 acres +/- this incredible property is mostly timbered and features a lake, multiple springs and a small creek. Whether you are gazing over the lake or looking at the breathtaking views to the north you won’t find a better setting. Bordering the Medicine Bow National Forest to the west, this mountain paradise is home to elk, mule deer and other wildlife. The property is accessed by truck or ATV via Forest Service Road 412 during the summer and snow machines in the winter months. There are unlimited recreation opportunities here for those who enjoy hiking, hunting, ATVing and snowmobiling. If you are an outdoor enthusiast this property is the perfect getaway. To arrange a time to see the Morning Star and Monster Lode Claims call James Land Company today at 307-326-3104.
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$295,000  •  39.73 acres
$335,000
Located just south of Saratoga, Wyoming is a rare opportunity to own 39.73 deeded acres +/- along Spring Creek. Featuring a setting that few properties in the Upper North Platte River Valley possess, the Spring Creek Acreage really must be seen to be appreciated. It enjoys nice hay meadows irrigated by a territorial water right dating back to 1889 and it has incredible views of the mountains to the east. Live water via Spring Creek runs through the property for approximately 700 feet and the Caldwell Slough runs along the north and part of the east boundaries. Willows line Spring Creek and there is a nice stand of Cottonwoods on the north end of the property providing good coverage for Whitetail and Mule deer. Power is very close to the property. Currently zoned RAM (Ranching, Agriculture and Mining) the subject property would make a nice horse property with the ability to raise enough hay to feed during the winter months. The valley is known for its outstanding fisheries and hunting for elk, deer and antelope. Saratoga is often regarded as one of Wyoming’s best kept secrets and features fine dining and the Old Baldy Club, a prestigious member only, championship level 18-hole course with blue ribbon fishing and superior accommodations. To arrange a time to view the Spring Creek Acreage call James Land Company today at 307-326-3104.