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$36,000,000  •  6,343 acres
Elk Island Ranch Highlighted by a stunning mountain landscape and truly exceptional improvements, Elk Island Ranch is one of Colorado’s finest sporting ranches. Encompassing 6,343± completely private and contiguous acres, the raw land has been meticulously improved and equipped into a four-season recreational playground of the highest order. A rarity on a mountain property of this size, fully-furnished luxurious accommodations complement the compelling landscape. Sited for its jaw-dropping views, the magnificent 16,000± SF lodge is complemented by a huge party barn for entertaining, the Outpost Chalet situated at the top of the private ski runs, and an enormous shop building for storing all the included ranch toys and equipment. Masterfully created to be a magnet for multi-generational usage, the ranch offers a wide variety of recreational amenities and attractions throughout the year, including trout fishing, big game hunting, shooting sports, horseback riding, motorsports, on-site downhill skiing and snowmobiling. The location near several popular resort areas and less than 10 minutes from a real mountain town with jet strip makes the ranch easy to access and enjoy.***FOR HIGH RESOLUTION PHOTO GALLERY, ADDITIONAL INFORMATION AND A VARIETY OF PROPERTY MAPS VISIT HALL AND HALL PROPERTY WEBSITE ***
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$8,500,000  •  2,750 acres
$9,995,000
Only a two-hour drive from Denver, this beautiful ranch property is located in the shared Ranch community of Grand River Ranch. The Gould Ranch boasts 2,750 acres, has 10 designated homesites, an irrigated hay meadow, beautiful aspen groves and is home to Rose City, a beautifully crafted replication of a Wild West town. Grand River Ranch amenities include luxury accommodations and dining at the Lodge; two fishing camps; an equestrian center and a sporting clays shooting range.
$5,855,500  •  1,673 acres
The last physical address on CR 2, Coal Mountain Ranch is an easily accessible, yet secluded sporting paradise! 1673 deeded acres are surrounded by thousands of acres of BLM and State Land Board acreage, that is not easily accessible to the public, the ranch is a haven for wildlife. Elk, moose, antelope and phenomenal trophy mule deer take advantage of the abundant water sources the ranch boasts. Antelope Creek majestically meanders for two miles through the property providing a year round water source and Black Creek seasonally flows. A scenic drive along the length of Antelope Creek leads to an extremely functional and comfortable, fully furnished, 1600 square foot cabin. Solar equipped with a 12,000 watt backup generator, water well, septic, wood burning stove and buried 1500 gallon propane tank the cabin sleeps 10 and has all the comforts of home while resting in a picturesque setting. A small lake fed by Antelope Creek provides fishing just below the cabin. A second, more primitive cabin, which was built in the 1800s, rests above a five acre mountain lake on the other side of the ranch. At this site there are unbelievable views of Wolford Mountain Reservoir and the surrounding peaks. Water and septic have been brought to this location and a prime building site has been prepared. A natural funnel for wildlife moving seasonally between elevations, and prime habitat for resident wildlife populations the ranch offers all a western hunter could ask for! Varied terrain and tremendous topography create a hunting experience that is much larger than most properties this size. Trophy Mule deer in excess of 200 inches have been managed for and harvested by the current ownership. Elk, moose, antelope, bear, mountain lion and various fowl are seen daily from the cabin and around the ranch. In addition, the well maintained rangeland and water sources will support 300 AU of cattle during the grazing season. An additional BLM grazing lease will be transferred with the sale of the property. **Contrary to the map view CR26 does not cross Coal Mountain Ranch. This is an error on the part of the mapping databases.
$4,284,000  •  1,190 acres
The last physical address on CR 2, Coal Mountain Ranch is an easily accessible, yet secluded sporting paradise! This particular offering is for 1190 acres of 1673 deeded acres which are surrounded by thousands of acres of BLM and State Land Board acreage, which is not easily accessible to the public. Elk, moose, antelope and phenomenal trophy mule deer take advantage of the abundant water sources the ranch boasts. Antelope Creek majestically meanders for two miles through the property providing a year round water source and Black Creek seasonally flows. A scenic drive along the length of Antelope Creek leads to an extremely functional and comfortable, fully furnished, 1600 square foot cabin. Solar equipped with a 12,000 watt backup generator, water well, septic, wood burning stove and buried 1500 gallon propane tank the cabin sleeps 10 and has all the comforts of home while resting in a picturesque setting. A small lake fed by Antelope Creek provides fishing just below the cabin. A natural funnel for wildlife moving seasonally between elevations, and prime habitat for resident wildlife populations the ranch offers all a western hunter could ask for! Varied terrain and tremendous topography create a hunting experience that is much larger than most properties this size. Trophy Mule deer in excess of 200 inches have been managed for and harvested by the current ownership. Elk, moose, antelope, bear, mountain lion and various fowl are seen daily from the cabin and around the ranch. In addition, the well maintained rangeland and water sources will support over 200 AU of cattle during the grazing season. An additional BLM grazing lease will be transferred with the sale of the property. **Contrary to the map view CR26 does not cross Coal Mountain Ranch. This is an error on the part of the mapping databases.
$2,400,000  •  1,190 acres
Situated in the heart of Middle Park, the 1190 acre Weimer Ranch straddles some of the richest hunting grounds in the state. Held for 3 generations by the Weimer family, the ranch offers a great blend of hunting and ranching. Middle Park is known for producing some of the best bucks in the state and the Weimer Ranch has produced multiple 180'+ every year. Included in the sale is a 6000 acres BLM grazing lease, which the new owner can use for themselves or continue to lease out. Located an hour from Steamboat Springs, 2 hours from Denver, and only 35 minutes from Grand Lake/ Rocky Mountain National Park and Winter Park Ski resort, the ranch is accessible year round.Situated in a combination of pines, aspens and sage/ grass meadows, the ranch sits at elevations ranging from 8,200ft to 8,900, at the base of Elk Mountain. Numerous springs as well as Smith and Jensen Creek run year round on the property, supplying water to the hay field and wildlife. Water rights support the hay fields and offer tremendous potential to develop future ponds for fishing. The Ranch has a good trail system making it easy to access all parts of the property as well as the BLM. This wildlife rich property is enclosed, by over 12 miles of BLM boundary. The combination of trails on the property and BLM makes it a desirable ranch for snowmobiling, four wheel rides and horseback rides.Large numbers 200-300 elk can be seen coming off of Elk and Grouse Mountain during the Colorado Rifle seasons and winter on the ranch. Located in CO GMU 18, over the counter elk archery and rifle tags are available to buy every year. Mule deer tags are through the draw and can be drawn every year also. In addition landowner buck tags can be allotted with this ranch each year. A conservation easement blankets the property protecting the ranching heritage and its sought after hunting grounds. The conservation easement however allows multiple building envelopes for one to build their dream home.The property also offers good hay pasture which produce up to 40 tons of hay annually for the owners livestock, or to sell. A highly valuable 6000 acre BLM lease adds additional value and allows 120 AMU to graze on and around the ranch. Currently the owners lease the grazing rights out to a nearby owner. Improvements consist of a 1200 sf cabin, hunters cabin, corrals, and a rustic.
$2,495,000  •  850 acres
This is a beautiful and very private setting w/850 +/- acres located on Glade Park in Utah. Includes a gorgeous big game Trophy House which is set up for entertaining family, friends, business associates and/or ?? Sleep Cabin is the current owners main ranch house w/two bedrooms & two baths – master bedroom is gorgeous and oversized at 23’x31’ w/beautiful views. Guest House is 4 bedrm/2 baths and recently was completely remodeled w/all new plumbing, electric, cabinets/granite countertops, flooring & more. Exterior 90 year old logs were all hand sanded, sealed & rechinked. Two newer shop buildings; the main shop is 40’x60’ w/10’ ceilings, insulated, finished, work benches, 220 volt, metal roof, automatic doors, and the 2nd shop is 30’x60’, three sided open faced, work benches, electric hoist setup and more. Newly refinished six stall horse barn w/outside runs, tack room, storage, and automatic drinkers. Hot walker and an outdoor riding arena. The Picture Gallery Ranch is an end of the road setting w/elevations of 6200’ - 6500’. Direct foot, horse or atv access to over 200,000 +/- acres of public lands via both Utah and Colorado. For Utah – it adjoins the LaSal/Dolores Triangle Wildlife Management Unit w/183 square miles of public lands. On the Colorado side of the property is a vast amount of BLM lands that tie into the McInnis Canyons National Conservation Area which by itself covers 123,000 +/- acres of public lands. Truly a recreational paradise out your front and back doors. Not to mention the trophy class hunting for huge bull elk, big muleys, excellent bear and lion hunting, plus lots of turkeys. There is a small amount of irrigation water for 70 to 80 +/- acres of pasture. Corporate or family retreat, horse facility, church camp or personal residence...the possibilities are endless! Privacy, views, wildlife, recreation and only a 40 minute drive to Grand Junction CO. Come take a peek – you’ll love it! This property is located on the border of Utah/Colorado, on the Utah side.
$2,400,000  •  522 acres
The Aspen Ridge Ranch is a beautiful and secluded sportsman’s retreat close to three of Colorado’s premier resort towns. The ranch consists of 522± acres bordered by Routt National Forest, 30 minutes from Kremmling, Colorado. The property has excellent habitat for Rocky Mountain elk, mule deer, black bear, moose, and mountain lion. The ranch also has live water in the East Fork of Blacktail Creek which has a handful of beaver ponds and contains native brook trout. Aspen Ridge Ranch has extensive water rights and approximately 150± acres of irrigated and sub-irrigated meadows. The ranch improvements include a beautiful home, luxury cabin, large shop and a yurt with large deck and views of the Gore Range. www.coloradoranchcompany.com/listings/aspen-ridge-recreational-ranch-for-sale-in-colorado/
$2,400,000  •  522 acres
Aspen Ridge RanchUnique opportunity to acquire a 522± deeded acre national forest inholding with attractive and turnkey improvements, big views, big game hunting, and a stream with small trout – all within easy striking distance of Denver. The aptly named Aspen Ridge Ranch features an outstanding mountain setting with stands of aspen and pine, sage, and nearly 150 acres of irrigated and sub-irrigated meadow within northwestern Colorado’s Routt National Forest. The natural beauty of this place is complimented by the tastefully constructed and off-grid 4 Bed/Bath residence, luxury owner’s cabin, large shop, and yurt. In addition to quality elk and mule deer hunting, the ranch and surrounding public lands offer limitless recreational opportunities including OHV, ATV, and snowmobile riding. Access is seasonal and the ranch is a 30-minute drive from the communities of Kremmling and Yampa as well as County Road 11/The Trough Road at Radium, Colorado. The ranch is a 1-hour drive from Vail, Beaver Creek, and Steamboat Springs. Offered in cooperation with William George, Colorado Ranch Company.
$1,932,000  •  483 acres
Breathtaking views, prime wildlife habitat and quality cattle grazing are all offered on this phenomenal 483-acre ranch. Bordered by State Land Board acreage the property is a refuge for wildlife during hunting season. Elk, moose, antelope and phenomenal trophy mule deer take advantage of the abundant water and prime habitat the acreage offers. The current ownership has managed for and harvested 200" mule deer. The normal carrying capacity for cattle is 50 AU during grazing season. A primitive cabin, which was built in the 1800s, rests above a five-acre mountain lake. At this site, there are unbelievable views of Wolford Mountain Reservoir and the surrounding peaks. Water and septic have been brought to this location and a prime building site has been prepared. The topography of the acreage creates many hidden areas and gives the ranch a larger feel than most tracts its size. This ranch is contiguous with 1190 acre Coal Mountain Ranch and is being offered independently or as part of a purchase of 1673 acres.
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$23,500,000  •  350 acres
$28,500,000
Aspen Grove Ranch's 24,000 square foot family lodge was designed to conform to the land's topography, as well as to capture the entire panorama and breathtaking views of the surrounding Gore and Williams Fork mountain ranges and of the expansive valley below. The home's plan has a private wing for the owners, a spacious and dramatic gathering, dining and activity area and a connected guest house. The landscape plan is as beautiful as the home's interior, with a covered bridge, cascading waterfalls, ponds and stone decks. Aspen Grove Ranch is one of 17 ranches within the 18,000 acre shared ranch community of Grand River Ranch. There are five common area amenities at Grand River Ranch including the Lodge; Fishing Camp; Tailwater Fishing Camp; Headquarters and Equestrian Center; and Sporting Clays Shooting Ranch. The Ranch is only a 60 to 90-minute drive from the renowned resorts of Keystone, Breckenridge, Copper Mountain, Vail Beaver Creek and Steamboat Springs. Aspen Grove Ranch must be seen to be truly appreciated.
$975,000  •  320 acres
Longshot RanchLongshot Ranch is 320 Acres of beautiful mountain property in the Bookcliffs area. Located in Grand County, Utah, the ranch is 1 1/2 hours from Vernal, Utah and approximately the same distance from Roosevelt, Utah. This ranch is secluded, yet only about 3 miles from a paved road. The elevation starts at approximately 7200 feet and rises to around 8000 feet.When you journey to the property you will go through thousands of acres of the Uintah and Ouray Reservations, along with Federal land and you will see bison, elk, mule deer, antelope, wild burros, and wild horses!Pelican Lake, known for its great fishing, is only 1 hour away!The Bookcliffs are known for their beauty and diverse terrain with canyons, fantastic vistas of sagebrush parks, along with aspen and pine forests. When you come here you will see hundreds of thousands of acres of wildwest beauty! The Bookcliffs are known for trophy hunting. Tags are a premium and are highly coveted by big game hunters!Longshot Ranch is a gem in the middle of this western wonderland! It features multiple cabins including a log home erected by the current owner. Solar power with a backup generator allows for all the comforts of home.Two streams converge near the newly constructed log home and are a magnet for wildlife. The Longshot Ranch is a part of the home range for elk, deer, black bear and an occasional mountain lion, bison, turkey, grouse and multiple raptures. Hawks and eagles are frequently observed on the ranch.Rarely does any private property within the Bookcliffs become available for purchase! This is a perfect ranch for you, your family and guests to enjoy so call Bill Rodgers today for your private viewing.
$450,000  •  79.09 acres
Here is that little slice of hunting paradise and end of the road seclusion you have been waiting for. Consisting of 80 acres in the heart of some of Colorado's finest big game country the property is rich with Elk, Moose, and Deer. Just 4.5 miles from the Williams Fork Reservoir and 10 miles to Parshall this gem boasts spectacular views of the reservoir and Rabbit Ears Pass and is situated behind a locked gate. Located in big game unit 28 the property borders BLM and the Arapahoe National Forest on two sides allowing it to hunt much bigger than one would expect from a tract this size. A newer 32' 5th wheel camper is included and equiped with an Onan generator providing all the comforts of home. Two elevated hunting towers are heated and provide the warmth you need while hunting. The owner has recently cut new roads throughout the property opening access to several spectacular build sites. Elevations range from 8,600' to 9400'. Copper Creek flows from nearby Copper Mountain rounding out the many great features of the Rix Ranch and keeps the deer and big bull elk hydrated and close to home! A Caterpillar D5 Dozer, Backhoe, and Dumptruck are optional and can be included at an additional cost.