Smith Canyon Ranch – North Parcel is located just outside of the small town of Kim and within the highly-coveted Plains Elk Units of southeast Colorado. From Kim, the nearest sizable cities include Trinidad (1-hour west) and La Junta (1-hour north). Denver and Colorado Springs are 3.5 and 2.5-hour drives. The 238-acre +/- tract provides a combination of gramma grass and cedar covered meadows, rim rock-lined canyon land, draws and a seasonal flow creek extending along the western boundary. The parcel is remote, private and surrounded by larger ranches, serving to restrict public access and hunting pressure. Access agreements with adjacent property owners will convey. There are no improvements to maintain and the land is not encumbered by a conservation easement. The parcel is partially fenced with a grazing lease in-place (lease can continue with the new owner or terminate).Plains Elk Units – Colorado GMU 136:Unlimited over-the-counter elk tags (either sex)Five-month season spanning September 1 – January 31Bow, muzzleloader or rifle (weapon of choice) In addition to the elk hunting, an owner can apply for (1) landowner deer tag annually. Mule deer and antelope licenses are draw only, though typically require nominal if any preference points in GMU 136 (check State of Colorado regulations and draw results).Land prices in the Kim area have been trending upward over the past several years due to the affordability, access and unique hunting characteristics. Call Brent Hedrick for additional information or to schedule a qualified showing.*This parcel can be acquired along with the southern tract that totals for 340 additional acres +/- (see Smith Canyon Ranch – South Parcel).