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$5,500,000  •  6,284 acres
Located approximately 19 miles southwest of Laramie, Wyoming and surrounded on three sides by the Laramie Mountains, the Spiegelberg Springs Ranch consists of 6,281± total acres of which 5,019± acres are deeded and 1,262± acres are State of Wyoming lease acres. With water rights consisting of 21± CFS (200 AF of storage) and a reliable well with over 7 miles of pipeline, this well-watered ranch is owner rated at 300 head of mother cows year-round with a reliable hay base. Approximately four miles of live water via Spring Creek and Sand Creek create elk and moose habitat for the hunting enthusiast while an 89-surface acre private lake provides exceptional recreational opportunities including fishing, jet skiing and water skiing. With great access off Brubaker Lane and a very functional set of improvement this would make a tremendous year-round cattle operation with exceptional recreational opportunities.
$18,875,000  •  3,360 acres
3,360 deeded acres with senior water rights Three miles of excellent fly fishing on the Little Laramie River Elk, mule deer, whitetail deer, moose, turkey, bear, & more Adjacent to Medicine Bow National Forest Ranch house, manager’s/guest house, wedding/entertainment barn, corrals, garage, shop, & outbuildings 20 minutes from Laramie, Wyoming & regional air service Tucked away in an unspoiled ranching valley in southern Wyoming is the Little Laramie River, one of the state’s best-kept secrets – a trophy trout fishery only 2.5 hours from Denver. Approximately three miles of this fabulously productive river runs through Bow Fiddle Ranch, a cattle operation spread over 3,360 acres of irrigated and sub irrigated meadows, cottonwood bottomlands, and native rangeland. The ranch’s elevation of 7,600 feet keeps the water and the summers cool, ideal for producing both fat cattle and big rainbows and browns. The Little Laramie can be considered an ideal freestone river and a wild trout fishery, as a mid-sized 30-foot wide river with excellent tree cover and an enticing mix of riparian habitat. Located well upstream in the valley, Bow Fiddle Ranch is also protected from significant irrigation draw-downs, and is bordered by private ranches both upstream and downstream. Fly fishers in particular will find the Little Laramie an ideal stream in which to wade and cast dries, nymphs, and streamers to browns and rainbows that exceed 16 inches, and many of which grow up to several pounds. Local outfitter Erin Hale has fished this property for several years and offers this assessment: “In 12 years of guiding clients in Wyoming, Colorado, and Idaho I have experienced many of the best fisheries in the west. The three-mile stretch of the Little Laramie River that runs through the Bow Fiddle Ranch in Wyoming is on another level. Wading this river offers a diversity of habitat from undercut banks, skinny riffles to deep oxygenated runs that keep wild browns and stocked fish healthy and happy. The prolific bug hatches of mayfly, caddis, stone and salmonfly make for a dry fly fisherman's liquid heaven. The Bow Fiddle is a unique fishery that I have enjoyed guiding on with novices and experts alike.” Big game also thrives on the ranch and the adjacent Medicine Bow National Forest. Pronghorn, mule deer, and elk frequent the property, along with moose and black bear on an occasional basis. The ranch borders three miles of the Medicine Bow National Forest to the south, and it controls most of the access to the northern slopes of Sheep Mountain, a regional landmark. As a cattle operation, the Bow Fiddle Ranch excels. The ranch has a successful history as the summer home to about 800 yearlings, and the stock grows well on the rich grass diet on the ranch. Miles of buck and rail and barbed wire fencing, a newly constructed shop, outbuildings, and corrals round out the agricultural improvements and the ranch is well-accessed via an intricate network of roads. The buildings on the ranch are well-kept, historic, and luxurious. The ranch house, with three bedrooms and two baths, was originally built in the early 1900s but has been recently updated and renovated, including the additional of a new detached garage. The ranch manager’s or guest home, built in the late 1800s, is on the edge of the river and includes two bedrooms and one bathroom. A historic barn has been recently renovated to accommodate weddings and its upgrades include a large entertaining area, great room with fireplace and modern kitchen. This structure is in demand for weddings, entertainment, and group retreats. The Centennial Valley remains one of the finest historic ranching areas in Wyoming. Filled with large ranches and scenic views, it is easy to forget what century you are living in. History abounds on every hand, but recreation remains a draw as well, with hiking, hunting, and horseback opportunities in the nearby National Forest in the warmer months, and in the winter, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, and downhill skiing at the Snowy Range Ski Area, only minutes away. A couple of miles west of the ranch lies the small community of Centennial, and one of Wyoming’s largest communities, Laramie, is under a 30-minute drive away. Laramie offers a full complement of businesses, medical facilities, and services, and is home to the University of Wyoming. As such, it offers cultural and athletic events throughout the year. The Laramie Regional Airport has daily flights to Denver, which itself is a 2.5-hour drive from the ranch. Bow Fiddle Ranch is one of the finest ranch/fishing properties in Harrigan Land Company’s roster. A superb location in an historic valley, a solid cattle operation, abundant wildlife, and second-to-none river fishing make this property a blue-ribbon winner among Rocky Mountain ranches on the market today.
$4,500,000  •  2,800 acres
2,800 deeded acres Three miles of Middle Sybille Creek & two large lakes Trophy elk, mule deer, & antelope hunting Year-round county road access 30-minutes from Laramie With over 2800 acres to its credit, Sybille Ranch north of Laramie, Wyoming, is an ideal haven for elk, pronghorn, and trout. Sportsmen with an eye toward an unspoiled and undeveloped piece of the Laramie Mountains with underutilized hunting and fishing resources would do well to have Sybille Ranch in their sights. With great year-round access and power nearby, this property begs for the addition of a cabin or lodge to transform it into a retreat to satisfy the hunter and angler in search of a remarkable Wyoming retreat unscathed by the passage of time. The southern end of the Laramie Mountains is a mix of rolling grasslands, picturesque granite outcrops, and occasional groves of limber pine. Sybille Ranch, at about 7500 feet, includes all of these features, plus over 3 miles of Middle Sybille Creek, which is key to the big game and the trout that live here. Three reservoirs along the creek and numerous other springs and seeps serve as permanent water sources for large herds of both pronghorn and elk. Hunting is consistently good for both of these species on the ranch, with herds of elk frequently numbering in the hundreds. Over the counter cow elk tags make annual success a virtual certainty. The reservoirs of Sybille Ranch have been stocked with brook, rainbow, and brown trout, and were once leased by a fishing club. With the passage of 15 years since, some of these trout have undoubtedly grown to stunning proportions! Both shore and float fishing are possible here, with a chance of small stream fishing for brookies as well. This 2806-acre ranch has been leased to a neighboring ranch for summer cattle grazing, which is enhanced by an additional 160 acres BLM lease. This use could continue, along with its hunting and fishing opportunities, but the property really cries out for the addition of a lodge near its western boundary (power is 1/2 mile distant), or an off-grid cabin on the shore of one of the lakes. Year-round access is available in the southwestern quarter of the property via State Highway 34 and County Road 12. Boasting a great private feel, Sybille Ranch is nonetheless very convenient to Laramie, only 30 minutes away, and Cheyenne, Wyoming’s capital, is 90 minutes distant. Laramie, as one of Wyoming’s larger cities, has all of the expected amenities, plus the bonus of the University of Wyoming, and the cultural opportunities that it brings. At Laramie, Interstate 80 and Laramie Regional Airport keep you easily connected with the rest of the world. With its excellent big game hunting and trophy stillwater fishing already in place, Sybille Ranch is “good to go” as an excellent big game and fishing location. With a bit of vision and the addition of a cabin or lodge, it might become your Wyoming dream destination for decades to come. Contact Dennis Magnusson for more information: 307-640-6431 or dennis@
$2,500,000  •  1,383.2 acres
The 3 Bar Ranch was established in 1933 and is being offered to the public for the first time in 91 years. The ranch encompasses a total of 1,383.2± deeded acres offering endless possibilities for exploration and adventure. Located just 14.5 miles northwest of Laramie, Wyoming, the ranch offers convenience of proximity to town while offering the seclusion and peace that only a ranch in Wyoming can offer. Enjoy fly fishing and other recreational opportunities along nearly three miles of the Little Laramie River and Brown Creek, indulge in waterfowl hunting, and utilize the lush meadows for hay production. The ranch has traditionally run 250 cows September through May and produced 600 tons of hay. The blend of high plains pasture paired with the low laying areas and irrigated ground add to the flexibility of any operation. Abundant wildlife and native flowers adorn the land, providing glimpses of Wyoming’s natural wonders, including pronghorn, deer, waterfowl, beavers, muskrats, and other native creatures thriving within the willow habitats. Two Rivers Road intersects the north end of the ranch, offering year-round access via county road. This ranch does not have any buildings but offers multiple building sites to build your dream home or lodge. Access to power can be found along Two Rivers Road as well. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own a pristine stretch of the Little Laramie River just minutes from town. Whether you’re seeking a private retreat, a thriving ranching operation, or a captivating piece of history, this remarkable property offers it all. Don’t miss your chance to immerse yourself in the breathtaking beauty and unmatched tranquility of this extraordinary ranch.
$2,950,000  •  588 acres
Located halfway between Laramie and Cheyenne Wyoming, tucked out of the way and at the end of the road, sits the Shimmerhorn Ranch! The Ranch is a rare find of its size and location and is nestled into a setting that is rich in history and full of opportunities! Take in the never-ending views and stunning sunsets from the secluded location at the southern end of the Laramie Mountain Range!
$1,550,000  •  366 acres
The best of back country recreation with a live stream and adjacent to the Medicine Bow National Forest on two sides. This remote 366-acre location on the eastern slope of the Laramie Mountains is just two miles from the summit of Laramie Peak. Cottonwood Creek meanders through the property for over one mile. A two-bedroom cabin is situated on a private ridge offering outstanding views. An incredible opportunity in an area synonymous with outdoor recreation. Several roads and trails lead through the countryside to destinations like Esterbrook Campground, Friend Park Campground at Laramie Peak and North Laramie River Trailhead. Diverse mixture of high plateaus, rocky gulches, hidden parks and over one mile of a mountain stream. Cottonwood Creek is lined with a variety of native bushes, aspen trees and pockets of pine. The open plateaus and ravines are covered with remarkable rock formations. In addition to Laramie Peak, many well-known landmarks rise out of the nearby hills including the Haystack Peaks, Albany Peak and Bear Head Mountain. !! Property Highlights !! - Remote location in northern Albany County. - Southeast of Laramie Peak. - Mountain Stream. - Borders Medicine Bow National Forest. - Two bedroom cabin with electricity. - Wildlife- The surrounding area has deer, bighorn sheep, black bear, elk. - Elevation 6,600 to 7,100 feet. Visit for maps and more info or call listing broker, Jim Pederson at 307-746-2083.
$985,000  •  172 acres
With the Colorado state line as its southern border, this 172± deeded acre property sits south of Laramie, Wyoming, just off Sand Creek Road. The property has direct access to over 200± acres of BLM land and 640± acres of State of Wyoming land and live water from Antelope Creek making this a beautiful legacy family retreat or an exceptional elk (Area 8) and deer (Area 77) hunting property. Access is provided off Running Water Ranch Road to the custom log cabin with 748 sq. ft. on the main floor, a 448 sq. ft. loft and a private will providing excellent drinking water. This one bedroom and one-bathroom cabin is set on a permanent 5 ft. crawl space and is powered by a 7,500 KW Generac, Guardian propane powered generator. Overlooking a series of beaver ponds on Antelope Creek the cabin is the perfect spot to sit by the fire and watch a number of species of wildlife while enjoying all the tranquility that nature and seclusion can provide.
$450,000  •  150 acres
Welcome to views, freedom, and breathing room! If you’re looking for an investment property in Wyoming with fantastic mountain views and wide-open spaces, look no further! Located 20 miles west of Laramie, WY towards the Medicine Bow National Forest, the Big Hollow 150 offers multiple awesome homesites, hunting opportunities, and NO covenants! That's right! The property is already subdivided into 4 lots offering convenient resale opportunities.
$785,000  •  148.35 acres
Located halfway between Laramie and Cheyenne Wyoming, tucked out of the way and at the end of the road, sits the Ramshorn Ranch! The land is a rare find of its size and location and is nestled into a setting that is rich in history and full of opportunities! Take in the never-ending views and stunning sunsets from the secluded location at the southern end of the Laramie Mountain Range!
$730,000  •  120 acres
120 acres adjacent to BLM land Year-round creek with beaver pond Abundant wildlife Off-grid cabin 30 minutes from Laramie Epic history, abundant wildlife, and endless recreation surround Hidden Springs Ranch, located between Laramie and Cheyenne, Wyoming. With 120 acres with a small year-round stream, and a cabin already in place, Hidden Springs Ranch well-positioned as a multi-purpose recreation outpost, yet convenient to two of Wyoming’s largest communities. The hills around Hidden Springs Ranch were alive with the sound of railroad construction in 1867-68 with the arrival of the nation’s first transcontinental line, the Union Pacific, that reached its high point of 8247 feet just four miles west of the location of Hidden Springs Ranch. Today a large pyramid structure marks the high point, named the Ames Monument in memory of Oakes and Oliver Ames, Union Pacific financiers. Hidden Springs Ranch lies at about 8000 feet, and the surrounding hills are a mix of grasslands, limber pine, aspen groves, and picturesque granite rock outcroppings. The most significant feature of this property is its small permanent stream, for the valley of Hidden Springs Ranch is a magnet for wildlife. Thick riparian vegetation borders the stream, sheltering songbirds of many varieties, and healthy herds of mule deer and pronghorn frequent the valley as a water source. From time to time, elk and even moose can also be seen on the property. The mule deer and pronghorn on the ranch are natural quarries for big game hunters, and the property borders an additional 160 acres of BLM, adding to its privacy. Hunting is a prime feature here, but fishing is available as well, for the wild brook trout that inhabit a small pond on the creek. In addition to the hunting, fishing, and wildlife viewing on the ranch itself, just four or five miles north rises the famed Vedauwoo recreation area, renowned for its massive exposed granite rock formations, popular with climbers, and a large network of hiking, horseback, and mountain biking trails. Nearby Curt Gowdy State Park offers reservoir fishing, boating, and camping. A log cabin has been built at Hidden Springs Ranch, which is about 1000 square feet and includes sleeping space for 4 to 6 persons. Solar power and a generator exist at the cabin, and power has been extended to it as well, but is not yet connected. Only three or four miles south of Interstate 80, Hidden Springs Ranch is easily accessible to both Laramie, 25 miles to the west, and Cheyenne, 40 miles to the east. Even the major metropolitan area of Denver is only about two hours’ driving time away. Hidden Springs Ranch is an ideal retreat for those wanting moderate acreage with hunting and fishing, but a location that is not painfully distant from civilization. When the rush and noise of the city get to be too much, escape to this retreat called Hidden Springs where your nearest neighbors will be pronghorns and coyotes! Contact Dennis Magnusson for more information: 307-640-6431 or dennis@
$145,000  •  80.29 acres
This acreage offers frontage on the Laramie River with sloping hills and direct access from the county road. This land is suitable for horses and cattle and offers many potential building sites with elevated western views of the river and views of Wheatland Reservoir 2. This property is perfect for those looking for privacy and is a short drive to excellent all-season fishing at Wheatland Reservoir 3 and has many opportunities to hunt antelope.
$225,000  •  80 acres
The North Laramie Grasslands presents 80 unimproved and buildable acres approximately 20 miles northwest of Laramie, Wyoming!
$209,900  •  56.64 acres
A rare opportunity to own lakefront property in Wild Horse Ranch, a wild horse sanctuary in southern Wyoming. Located 20 minutes from Laramie on the southwest bank of Twin Buttes Lake, this parcel offers spectacular views of the lake and Sheep Mountain to the west. With multiple elevated home sites, the parcel wraps around the lake with nearly 1,600 feet of shoreline and is accessible directly from the private Lone Mountain Road.
$450,000  •  44.95 acres
Absolutely stunning vacant 45-acre lot at Wild Horse Ranch. This lot offers private access to thousands of acres of National Forest Land at the base of Sheep Mountain and would be a perfect cabin site for hunters. There are multiple building sites with stunning views of Lake Hattie.
$175,000  •  40 acres
Very scenic 40-acre lot on the south side of Wild Horse Ranch with fantastic views of Lake Hattie and Sheep Mountain. This lot is mainly rolling hills with multiple options for a great building site. This lot is located due south of Lake Hattie on Maverick Way and a walkable distance to State of Wyoming Land.  The current seller never looked into drilling a well, so the potential for a well is unknown.
$995,000  •  39.83 acres
WHAT A DEAL! This newly built home is a spacious 5,200 finished square feet of comfortable living space complimented by a heated garage and shop that offer ample space for parking, working, and playing. Located west of Laramie, WY, in Wild Horse Ranch, this property consists of vast rolling hills at the base of Sheep Mountain.
$1,200,000  •  20 acres
Surrounded by a working cattle ranch, Rock Creek Overlook is a unique, well-maintained in-holding just a little over a mile off the highway on a private road outside of Rock River, Wyoming. This 20± acres, which utilizes city water, is a productive piece of ground with no covenants or homeowners associations. The closest neighbor is half a mile away and not being part of a subdivision provides the opportunity to live a lifestyle without restrictions. Wake up to the lush meadow views and cottonwood trees along the creek from the 4-bedroom, 3-bath home, which captures the spectacular views in every direction, especially along Rock Creek to the east and south of the property. Although the property is close to town, this is an ideal opportunity to live a completely self-sufficient lifestyle by taking advantage of the fenced pastures, barn, chicken coop, well-established garden, and productive ground.
$475,000  •  1.54 acres
6 Golden Lane is a two bedroom + loft home nestled in the aspen trees of the North Fork community in Centennial, WY. Located on the east boundary of the neighborhood, the property has spectacular views of the Centennial Valley and Sheep Mountain. A dense aspen greenbelt with a small seasonal creek provides privacy from neighbors. This secluded property is within minutes of the Medicine Bow National Forest and less than 30 minutes to Laramie.
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