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Spring Gulch Ranch
#WY381095
Spring Gulch Road, Jackson, Wyoming 83001 , Jackson
Wyoming, 83001
Teton County
580.00 acres
Spring Gulch Ranch
Lot 5 Available. Lots 1, 2, 3, 4 & 6 SOLD.

Currently all parcels/lots remain unpriced and will continue to be marketed on a Call For Offers best price and terms submission basis.
All lots will be sold.

All interested parties and qualified persons should contact Icon Global Group as soon as possible via email or call 214.855.4000 to register for a bid package and for the stalking horse bid guidelines.

ABOUT

Spring Gulch Ranch represents an investment and lifestyle opportunity like no other in Jackson Hole. A rare and significant 600- acre parcel set within a 19-million-acre ecosystem in the heart of one of Americas most coveted destination towns, Jackson Hole, in Americas number one rated tax advantaged states, Wyoming.

Really? Yes really!

Ranch or estate living within 10 minutes of a town with art, music and fine dining, 10 minutes to an airport, 10 minutes to world class skiing, golf, fishing and short drives in every direction to incredible national parks and a plethora of outdoor and healthy lifestyle activities. 3 minutes to the prestigious world renowned Amangani Hotel.

Spring Gulch Ranch has been entitled to develop six estates on land parcels ranging from 35.5-acres to 162-acres, or a new owner could choose to build nothing and instead revert the land to ranching and conservation (tax credits possibilities) and watch the cows graze and wildlife thrive! Or perhaps something in between? Maybe, one home on the range overlooking a bucolic ranch and the unspoiled valley below framed by the Tetons, Sleeping Indian and the Snake River.

Anythings Possible You Choose

Whats Your Vision?

Its Selling Now!
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Red Reflet Ranch
#WY720815
Ten Sleep WY  , Ten Sleep
Wyoming, 82442
Washakie County
6,599.00 acres
Located six miles southeast of Ten Sleep, the Red Reflet Ranch can only be described as one of the most complete diversified recreational ranches that we have had the honor of representing. It operates on over 28,500 acres, which consist of a series of large deeded tracts (nearly 6,600 acres) with critical resources tied together with thousands of acres of public lands on which the ranch has grazing privileges. The lower end of the ranch adjacent to the paved highway from Ten Sleep contains the 5,000 foot paved and lighted airstrip, fuel depot, hangar and two houses for staff or pilots. The heart of the ranch includes the lodge and guest facilities, 580 acres of productive irrigated meadows, and a complete set of operating improvements and staff housing to support both a 500 animal unit cattle operation and a highly successful and profitable guest ranch. The ranch also includes stables and an indoor arena that support both the guest ranch and an equine training operation. The ranch rises from there to the very top of the Bighorn Mountains - an elevation change of approximately 3,800 feet. The ranch owns thousands of acres of deeded lands on top of the mountains that support summer grazing for the cattle operation as well as a location for a comfortable off the grid cabin for the use of the ranch guests. While the current owners do not offer hunting as part of the guest ranch experience, these lands offer extensive private hunting opportunities for deer and elk for the current owner and their friends. In summary Red Reflet currently offers a viable livestock operation and a profitable guest ranch business. It is important to note, however, that the facilities were designed to equally accommodate a family or corporate retreat as they include multiple free-standing homes and a magnificent lodge with an impressive owners suite on the top floor.

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$18,995,000

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Point of Rocks Ranch
#WY967419
Laramie
Wyoming, 82071
Albany County
13,500.00 acres
- 13,500+/- deeded acres
- Excellent hunting, fishing, cattle, & investment property
- Unique combination of extreme privacy & accessibility
- Trophy elk, mule deer, and antelope hunting
- Over 12 miles of creeks & two lakes with trophy trout fishing
- Approximately 40 minutes from Laramie, Wyoming

Some ranches receive Trophy status because of their massive building programs, but at Point of Rocks Ranch, only 40 minutes outside of Laramie, Wyoming, the trophies are of the old-fashioned variety: big game and trout of a quality and quantity seldom seen anywhere. If ever a ranch was created for world-class hunting and fishing, this is surely it. Point of Rocks Ranch is over 21 square miles (approximately 13,500 acres) of well-tendered habitat that grows elk, mule deer, pronghorn and trout of proportions that are worthy of magazine covers.

Wildlife thrives at Point of Rocks Ranch because it has been intentionally managed for years with big game and trout in mind. First, the ranch is completely private, with no public roads, public land, or public access anywhere within its well-blocked perimeter, allowing herds to live here relatively undisturbed. Second, an elevation of approximately 7000 feet in the foothills of the Laramie Mountains means cool summers and relatively mild winters, in which herds of elk, mule deer, and pronghorn can thrive year-round. Third, a blend of habitat types from rolling grasslands, granite outcrops, riparian areas, and scattered forest of pine and aspen, create variety that big game love. Fourth, water is abundant, with 12 miles of live streams, making this property a wildlife magnet, while at the same time, providing remarkable fishery potential. It is simply difficult to imagine a better combination of factors conducive to producing both big game and trout.

Big game hunting has been at the core of the Point of Rocks experience for generations. Guided trips have been conducted with quality in mind, with archery, black powder, and rifle hunters doing exceedingly well for trophy specimens of elk, mule deer, and pronghorn alike. The ranch qualifies for landowner tags for all three species, and as it is in General Elk Area 6, is also allows for over-the-counter elk tags for residents, and good drawing odds for nonresidents. With the number and variety of quality hunts available at Point of Rocks Ranch, a commercial outfitting business is a proven enterprise here.

Not to be outdone by the big game, the trout at Point of Rocks Ranch also weigh in as significant attractions here. Twelve miles of small cold streams are perfect habitat for pan-sized brook trout that have preference for dry flies, and several ponds and small lakes produce fish that test even the heaviest of tippets. Monster rainbows and brookies are most common and do exceedingly well in the food-rich cold ponds. Trout up to 5 pounds are not uncommon, and individuals over 10 pounds have been caught. These fish can be caught from shore, but a float tube can be a dream to fish every square foot of the lakes. Not surprisingly, big streamers will often elicit the most aggressive strikes.

Although the ranch is completely private and surrounded by other large private parcels, it is remarkably accessible to the bustling small city of Laramie, only a short distance away. The home of the University of Wyoming, Laramie has a population of 32,000 and is one of Wyomings cultural centers. In addition, Wyomings capital, Cheyenne, is only a little further, and Denver Colorado and Denver International Airport less than a three hour drive.

Although no improvements other than great fencing and quality roads presently exist on the ranch, power is less than a mile away from its southern boundary, and building sites are virtually unlimited. Visionary owners could construct a state-of-the-art home or lodge completely off-grid utilizing solar or wind power, or a combination of both. Even without a trophy lodge or home, however, Point of Rocks Ranch remains a trophy in our book. Just ask the many hunters or anglers who have been blessed to visit here over the years. Its hard to imagine improving on the trophy status of a ranch with a 66 bull in your sights or a 10-pound rainbow throbbing on the end of your line!

For more information, contact Dennis Magnusson at 307-640-6431 or dennis@harriganland.com.
$17,000,000

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Gunsight Ranch
#WY969163
Kelly
Wyoming, 83011
Teton County
110.00 acres
Truly a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, this unique 110-acre property is located in the sweeping wilds of the Gros Ventre river valley. In addition to stunning views, three ponds, a haying operation, multiple barns and equine facilities, and a ranch managers home, the propertys heart is a custom built 5,681sq ft log home. Inspired by the ancestral designs of Navajo hogans, this one-of-a-kind 6 bed/5 bath home includes a spacious great room with an open concept kitchen, living, dining space anchored beneath a soaring, geometrically-distinctive ceiling crowned by a skylight, around a handcrafted river rock fireplace and log mantel. It also boasts a three-car garage, peacefully-secluded meditation room, ample storage, an office, spacious decks, an outdoor kitchen, and indoor greenhouse.

I have been blessed owning this property, says current owner Etca R. White. I have truly been given an opportunity most people dont have. This land is not going to change, but it will change you.




A Location Apart
There are few opportunities to own an expanse of 110 acres so near to the heart of Jackson Hole, while enjoying the peaceful seclusion of the untamed Wyoming wild. 38 miles from the Town Square, the Gunsight Ranch is a historic ranch balanced on a bench above the Wild & Scenic Gros Ventre River. Originally homesteaded in 1911, the property offers 360-degree views of the distinctive Gros Ventre mountains, the sweeping river valley below, and one of the areas most beautiful perspectives on the Cathedral Group of the Teton Mountain Range.

Situated in a swath of fragrant native sagebrush, the property is an inholding within the 3.4 million acres of the Bridger-Teton National Forest which includes the pristine Gros Ventre Wilderness. Nearby, the free-flowing Gros Ventre River, which has been federally-designated as a Wild & Scenic waterway, is home to native cutthroat trout: a beautiful and robust fishery that offers hours of angling within minutes walk or drive.

In addition to excellent fishing, this propertys distinct location offers boundless choices for recreation year-round. Summertime includes millions of miles of trails for hiking, mountain biking, and horseback riding. The surrounding wild spaces invite practically endless wildlife and bird watching. Fall brings world-class hunting opportunities hunters from across the globe join outfitters to seek game in the Gros Ventre. Winter offers endless opportunities to cross-country ski, snowshoe, or ride snowmobiles.

Historic and Nostalgic
Countless elements of the property harken back to the genuine Western past of this distinctive slice of the Wyoming landscape. Though little sign remains of their visits, the area was once traversed by small bands of traveling Indigenous tribal groups including the Shoshone and the Sheepeater people. Historic homesteaders structures on the property include the original barn, settlers cabin & barn, and a ranch managers cabin. The adjacent ranch, the Goosewing Ranch, has been operated as a guest ranch since the early 1970s. The guest ranch, also for sale, was once a part of the Gunsight Ranch; currently, a buyer could once again reunite the properties and enjoy riverfront access and all of the guest ranchs amenities.

The 110 acres of the Gunsight Ranch also include three interconnected ponds and modern facilities for horse ownership. One pond, boasting a lengthy wood plank dock, is ideal for lazy afternoon canoe rides, swimming, fishing, or paddleboarding. A six-stall stable, paddocks with shelters, and a nearby recently-constructed barn make this the ideal spot for the classic Western vision of sunset horseback rides along the river, or day-long trail ride adventures into the National Forest.

I have been blessed owning this property, says current owner Etca R. White. I have truly been given an opportunity most people dont have. This land is not going to change, but it will change you.

Unique, Custom Home Inspired by Indigenous Tradition
While one-of-a-kind can be tossed about loosely, this home truly fits the description. The original owners were enamored with the cultural and spiritual traditions of the Indigenous Puebloan people of the American Southwest. As documentary filmmakers who dedicated years to chronicling Native stories, the original owners vision for the home sprang from the traditional Navajo Hogan: a hexagonal structure with a distinctively layered roof. The Hogan itself is based on an even older Indigenous architectural tradition called a Kiva similar in shape and roof construction, the Kiva was typically built underground.

Inspired by this Indigenous design, the home is built around a series of hexagonal shapes. The layered roof truly unlike any log-constructed roof in the region follows the hexagonal pattern to the top, where it is crowned by a skylight. At once deeply natural and elegantly geometric reminiscent of the mathematically-flawless fractals observed in ice crystals, wildflowers, and spiderwebs the fascinating shapes create a distinctive openness and sense of thoughtful design.

Central Space: The Great Room
The heart of this 6-bed/5-bath home is the largest hexagon. With an open concept floorplan, the spacious room encompasses a living room, kitchen, and dining room. The center of the hexagon a shape mirrored by tiles on the floor, crowned by an expansive skylight at the pinnacle creates a sense of balance and harmony. The living room portion is anchored around a handcrafted river rock fireplace with a custom log mantle. Expansive windows frame one of the most special and distinctive views of the Cathedral Group of the Teton Range, subtly framed by the unique geological patterns of the Gros Ventre Range.

The kitchen includes gas appliances, bountiful storage, and counter space, including a free-standing island and breakfast bar. Entirely finished in wood, it meshes seamlessly with the custom log construction of the rest of the Great Room.

Bedrooms
Upstairs, two Primary Bedrooms enjoy private fireplaces, incredible wilderness views, and access to the homes expansive decks. As the upper level of another hexagon, both of these bedrooms have soaring ceilings constructed in the same layered Hogan fashion, capped with a skylight. One bedroom boasts a marble fireplace, freestanding soaking tub, double closets, a stone-clad shower, and unobstructed Teton views. The second primary bedroom offers a river rock fireplace, a spacious tiled shower in the en suite bathroom, and ample storage space.

The lower level of the bedroom hexagon accessed by a one-of-a-kind spiral staircase, methodically wrapped around a rustic vertical log and intricately decorated with Western symbolic art includes four smaller bedrooms that share two bathrooms. This well-lit lower level enjoys hardwood floors with careful details, custom woodwork throughout, and expansive views.

Creative Design at Every Turn
In addition to the Great Room and bedrooms, this home was thoughtfully designed to create spaces maximizing its ambiance of peaceful retreat. A meditation room the smallest-scale hexagon in the home enjoys a skylight for daytime use and recessed lighting for evening and nighttime utilization. A perfect miniature replica of the Great Room, this space is cozy, welcoming, and invites relaxation and reflection.

Similarly, the library and office both include expansive windows that bring ample natural light and offer breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape. Thoughtful details like built-in floor-to ceiling shelving, easy access to the outdoor spaces, and sophisticated touches in the woodwork make these areas easy to utilize for work or pure relaxation.

One of the most unique elements of this one-of-a-kind home is the lengthy south-facing indoor greenhouse. Backed by a wall of river rock to retain the days heat, and offering a sink and workspace, this innovative design allows for growing flourishing plants, herbs, and vegetables all year round.

Effortless Indoor/Outdoor Transitions
This unique home does not sit apart or atop the Gros Ventre Mountain landscape, but rather immerses itself into the expansive outdoor surroundings. The main entrance an east-facing door as yet another homage to the visionaries profound appreciation of Indigenous traditions welcomes you with wood and stone, echoing the world outside, but offering a sense of comfort and retreat. Exposed beams, ample storage for outdoor clothing and gear, and easy access to the truly expansive outdoor deck reinforce the sense of indoor/outdoor flow.

The deck, which wraps around multiple sides of the home, is superb. With ample space for grilling, entertaining, or simply passing an afternoon in a hammock with a beloved novel and icy drink, the deck amplifies the sense of immersion in the surrounding mountainscape. An outdoor kitchen, though not yet completed, contributes further to the sense of invitation to live in the blurred lines between interior and exterior in this unique abode.

Ultimate Livability
Other thoughtful design elements contribute to the livability of this home. A walk-in pantry with wraparound floor-to-ceiling shelving and a freestanding island make it easy to ensure plenty of supplies without needing to travel to town. The laundry room offers bountiful counter space and an island in addition to double sinks and dozens of cabinets and drawers for storage.

The three-car garage includes plenty of space to store vehicles or recreational toys in addition to a bountiful cache of firewood.

The home runs on a pair of diesel generators, and thus is entirely off-grid.
$16,500,000

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Black Hills Mesa
#WY380511
49 Garnet Drive, Newcastle, Wyoming 82701 , Newcastle
Wyoming, 82701
Weston County
1,445.00 acres
BLACK HILLS MESA

Black Hills Mesa Ranch (formerly known as The Wyoming Club) is a 1,445-acre blank canvas of possibilities, potential uses and investment for a single owner, family syndicate, developer or private fund.

Purchased in 1998, the current ownership has invested millions of dollars in water wells, roads, grading, planning, permits and construction. The original vision was a world class golf development of estate homes centered around incredible topography, terrain, forests, cliffs, meadows, mesas and endless views.

Today, Black Hills Mesa, formerly known as The Wyoming Club, is poised and positioned to fulfill the dream of a new owner and/or investor in one of many different ways:
- Private Ranch with horses, cattle and wildlife
- Multi-family compound
- Investment / Conservation vehicle
- Public / Private Golf course and Housing Development (approved)
- Subdivide / Own / Enjoy / Enrich
- Private golf and ranch retreat for one or several individuals

This incredible property is multifaceted and easily accessed with amenities, technology and conveniences with secure privacy and luxurious living. Live, Love and Play in your own national park!
Keep it as it is Land Bank Invest Ranch - Enjoy Create a Generational Legacy

All interested parties and qualified persons should contact Icon Global Group as soon as possible via email or call 214.855.4000 to register for a bid package and for the stalking horse bid guidelines. Final offers are due on or before October 14, 2019**. (subject to change and advance)

ABOUT

There is something extraordinary about the American West. Told in books, television and movies, its stories have captivated our imaginations for decades. The beloved Western adventures have always depicted passion, bigger-than-life dreams and above all, true grit.

With those characteristics mind, the Weinreis family molded the property into a world-class hidden gem in the Black Hills of Wyoming. It is western elegance, defined.

This property is a slice of paradise, characterized by wide valleys surrounded by pine-covered slopes and capped by sandstone bedrock, which provides panoramic views as far as the eye can see.

The design, permitting, planning, zoning, wells, roads and initial construction are all completed to fulfill the Weinreis vision of implementing a luxurious, one-of-a-kind private or semi-private golf course amongst the stunning natural features of Wyoming.

Other:

Family
The Weinreis Brothers are third generation cattle ranchers with an extensive agri-business conglomerate, which provides deep ties to the region. Since 1976, the seven brothers have owned and operated a multi-enterprise family business, the Weinreis Brothers Partnership.

Today, the partnership operates in five states and is comprised of interests in farming, ranching, cattle feeding, land development and commercial hunting operations.

Vision
The Weinreis family originally visited the land that is now the property in 1999 and instantly fell in love with the unspoiled beauty and native geological landscapes. They closed on the property within a couple months after first seeing it. Soon thereafter, with a shared passion for golf, they realized the unique topographies amongst the top of the towering bedrock would provide a magnificent setting for an inimitable golf course layout. This is where the dream was born and the Weinreis brothers set their sights on developing a PGA style golf course to one day become the focal feature of the property.

In 2008, the Weinreis Brothers assembled a group of well-respected associates with extensive expertise in land planning, site engineering, architecture, golf course design, owner and guest hospitality, interior design and estate law.

After two years of strategic background planning, the group began meeting with the appropriate city, county and state officials to secure the necessary permits for land use, zoning, roads and water and waste disposal. With all permits in place, work began in the spring of 2011 on road construction and well drilling, which were successfully completed in the summer of 2012.

In late 2015, the demanding and fluctuating nature of the cattle industry, the core business operations of the family subsequently required the sole attention of the brothers, placing their dream of the completed golf course and clubhouse on hold. However, with a significant portion of the heavy lifting already executed, their desire to finish what they started still burns bright. So much so that the Weinreis Brothers are willing to remain involved as a limited partner, should that appeal to the next owner or group of owners.

Land
The property is comprised of distinctive land. Understanding and respect are commanded as the land speaks of nature and of history; it speaks of struggle and triumph. Each element influences how we see the land, how we live with it and how we use it. Understanding reveals the gift this land can offer. Respect preserves that gift for generations to come. Improvement provides use and joy for people far and wide. Combined, they form the spirit of the property.

The physical features that compose the property include the bedrock rim, which generally ranges from 5,356 to 5,450 high. The soil resulting from this underlying geology is comprised of Lakota, Sundance and Gypsum Spring formations. Specifically, the site is located along both sides of the Salt Creek drainage, flanked with rolling hills, hidden meadows and dramatic rim rock ledges.

The elevation change over the entire property is approximately 950, with the highest point at 5,659 along the primary ridgeline. This ridgeline runs alongside the eastern portion of the property, where the rolling hillside offers excellent views in all directions, particularly southward towards the Salt Creek and Beaver Creek corridors. The land was historically used as cattle and horse range with hay production and logging.

Golf Course Design
Designated for a setting over 1,000 feet above the valley, the Hills & Forrest championship course is expected to garner a top 100 rating from discerning golfers and experts upon completion.

Mindful of preserving the high meadows, pine forests and cliff facings, Arthur Hills and Steve Forrest were respectful of the natural landscape in their design. Weaving along the edges of the plateau, its fairways and greens reveal amazing views, while the absence of residences ensures those fortunate enough to play it that they enjoy golf in its purest form.

Landscapes Unlimited, which boasts a portfolio of nearly 1,800 golf centric construction, development, management and irrigation projects worldwide has performed multiple site visits to the property and has completed a conceptual start-up and operations program for the completion, maintenance and management of the course.

Amenities/Improvements
Some of the existing amenities include:
Hills & Forrest-designed eighteen-hole, championship-quality golf course; partially-completed, cleared for the balance of construction
Fully irrigated golf practice range
Olympic-style clay trap shooting park
Two-acre trout lake with running water tributary
2.2 miles of roads designed and graded to scale
600+ GPM water well
Two fully furnished 4,000 SQFT smart homes (not included in the list price)

Planned Amenities
Full service clubhouse
An indoor recreational facility
Equestrian stables

Permits
All Local, County and State of Wyoming required permits related to the approved development plan are completed. These include:
Weston County Planning and Zoning Board
Weston County Commissioners
Newcastle, Wyoming Planning Board
State of Wyoming Environmental Planning

Wildlife
Elk, mule deer, pronghorn antelope and turkey are the main species commonly seen within the property boundaries.

Location
The property is located a short 6 miles north of Newcastle, Wyoming along highway 85 and highway 16 within Weston County. This property is ideally located to take advantage of the local amenities and attractions surrounding the Black Hills. Mondell Field Airport is positioned on the outskirts of Newcastle and can accommodate private aircraft with its 5,310 x 75 concrete runway.

The Rapid City, South Dakota Regional Airport is approximately 80 miles away with nonstop commercial flights to numerous large cities across the country.
This area offers a moderate summer climate with low humidity and averages high temperatures peaking in the mid 80s.

Taxes
A substantial portion of the property is under agriculture exemption.

Minerals
All owned minerals will convey with an acceptable offer. Contact broker for further details.

Documents Available Upon Pre-qualification:
Golf Course Design Package Arthur Hills & Steve Forrest
Gold Course Conceptual Start-Up and Operations Program Landscapes Unlimited
Private Unit Development Master Plan
Club Design
Warranty Deed
Property Report
Subdivision Improvement Agreement Weston County
$16,000,000

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Lazy River Ranch
#WY1009927
Boulder WY  , Boulder
Wyoming, 82923
Sublette County
3,421.00 acres
The Lazy River Ranch is a well-rounded cattle and hay operation with an incredible recreational component on its 12.5 miles of trophy trout water on the New Fork River. Framed by the majestic peaks of the Wind River Mountain range, the New Fork is the uppermost tributary of the Green River and is considered one of Wyomings best trout streams, perhaps best known for its healthy number of large and aggressive brown trout, in addition to rainbows, cutthroat, and cutbows. Comprised of 3,421 deeded acres in Sublette County, the Lazy River Ranch is located in Boulder, WY, just 12 miles south of Pinedale, WY, and 1.5 hours south of Jackson, WY. The Ralph Wenz Field FBO and its 8,900 x 100 foot paved runway is just 5.5 miles from the ranch.

The New Fork River is certainly the focal point of this incredible ranch. With its origins at nearly 10,000 feet above sea level in the Wind River Mountains, it flows through a narrow glacial canyon into the New Fork Lakes at the head of the drainage. From here, it makes its way south through Cora and Pinedale, picking up several springs and creeks along the way until it reaches the ranch some 38 miles downstream. There are two ways to experience the New Fork River as it meanders through the Lazy River Ranch, either through drift boat floating the 9.25 miles of the main stem of the river, or via comfortable and easy wade fishing throughout its bends, gravel bars, cottonwood and willow-lined islands, and braids on the lower reach of the ranch. Big brown trout are the name of the game on the New Fork. Considered by some local experts as having the highest population of 14 to 19 inch brown trout in the State of Wyoming, the New Fork is known for producing monster browns over 24 inches and seven pounds in size. Not to be overlooked, there are also healthy numbers of rainbow trout, cutthroat, and hybrids pushing 22 inches in size.

From a production standpoint, the Lazy River Ranch is a year-round, owner-rated 220 head cow/calf operation with 1,000 irrigated acres under a total of seven irrigation pivots with average yields of 1.5 ton/acre on the pivot ground. There are 12 rotation pastures throughout the ranchs contiguous acreage, all with water development for livestock. The ranch borders BLM on two sides and has a two-month BLM grazing permit on the Fremont Butte range along the southern boundary. There are two landlocked BLM parcels on the interior of the ranch.

The ranch headquarters was methodically laid out and built by the current owners to complement the ranchs cattle operation. There is a complete set of working and handling facilities which include a barn, shop and large machine storage, above-ground fuel tanks, extensive corral system, and a certified scale. In addition to various other outbuildings, including an equestrian area with horse shelters, paddocks, and an outdoor riding arena, there is also a 14,400 square foot indoor riding arena built in 2010 complete with stalls, tack room and a bathroom.

There are several residences throughout the ranch. The owners home is a 1940s Elks Lodge cabin from Lander, WY, which was relocated to the ranch in 2001. Set on a slightly elevated bench overlooking a beautiful bend in the river, the cabin was completely restored and remodeled into a charming two-bedroom, two-bath residence complete with all modern amenities. The managers home located next to the headquarters and overlooking the river corridor is a 3,200 square foot four bedroom, two and a half bath home built in 2000. Located towards the southern end of the ranch by the Lozier field is a three-bedroom, two-bath bunkhouse with two large, detached shop/garage buildings.
$13,500,000

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Tea Kettle Ranch
#WY1013093
Road 94 , Torrington
Wyoming, 82240
Goshen County
19,998.00 acres
This sprawling cattle ranch in eastern Wyoming is comprised of 19,358 deeded acres and 640 State of Wyoming lease acres for a total of 19,998 contiguous acres. Significant consideration has been given to the water development on this ranch over the years which consists of approximately 45 stock tanks connected to an extensive underground pipeline, providing ample water throughout the ranch for livestock. Reliable water is provided by submersible wells with additional water sources in the form of windmills and solar well. The Tea Kettle Ranch is cross-fenced into 26 pastures with 80 total miles of fence line allowing for excellent grazing rotation. The improvements on the property include a modular home, working corrals and barns. The topography of the ranch features heavily-sodded grass pastures that historically provide excellent gains on livestock. The rolling to rough hills and buttes offers cover throughout the ranch providing ample protection for livestock as well as excellent habitat for several species of wildlife including mule deer and antelope. The Tea Kettle Ranch has been well-managed over the years and is owner-rated at 800 cow/calf pairs year-round with supplemental winter feed, or approximately 2,000 head of yearling cattle during the summer months.
$13,195,000

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Olson Ranch
#WY958644
423 HWY 11  , Laramie
Wyoming, 82070
Albany County
1,600.00 acres
The Olson Ranch is a rare property that doesnt come along very often. This magnificent 1600 acre ranch has everything one would want in the Westpremier fishing, great hunting, spectacular views, productive hay meadows, and a true western legacy. It has almost four miles of the Little Laramie River and Kelly Creek meandering through its meadows. This ranch lives big, bordering the National Forest providing access to high country elk hunting. LandThe ranch is approximately half river bottom and half high country pasture. Sitting at 8000 feet the ranch produces some of the best native grass hay. The ranch is irrigated with spring runoff and senior water rights through ditches from the Little Laramie River. The high country pasture is a good mix of grasses and offers additional grazing with breathtaking views and excellent access to the high country of Sheep Mountain for recreation and hunting.
ImprovementsThe 3000 square foot ranch home is a remarkable two-story, log-accented home with an open floor plan and impressive fireplace built with local sandstone. It is not uncommon to see elk, deer, and moose in the surrounding meadow with a breathtaking view of the Snowy Range Mountains. This three bedroom, two bath home with its western flavor would serve well as the main headquarters or a managers residence.
RecreationWith almost four miles of blue ribbon water, fishing in this stretch of the Little Laramie River is truly legendary. The owners are excellent stewards of the land and understand fish and fisheries very well. They practice catch and release angling and that combined with streambed improvements has enhanced, maintained and improved one of the Wests truly great streams. The Little Laramie in this area produces many fish up to and over 30 inches in both Brown and Rainbow Trout. Kelly Creek (or Spring Creek as the owners call it) also feeds into the Little Laramie and produces some amazing fish with its beautiful waters. A variety of trout including Brown, Rainbow, Brook and Cutthroat can be caught at the Olson Ranch.
Hunting on the Olson Ranch is extraordinary and offers good elk, mule deer, pronghorn and varmints. Bull elk into the 370s are taken annually. The ranch has had very little hunting pressure and this helps insure a quality herd. The ranch is located in a general unit in Wyoming so tags are available by draw. Please see game regulations in the State of Wyoming for details and accuracy.
AgricultureCurrently, the ranch is running a cow/calf operation year round and produces on average 500 tons nutritional, high country native grass hay.
Water/Mineral Rights & Natural ResourcesThe water rights from the Little Laramie River date back to the late 1800s providing excellent ditch irrigation.
Region & ClimateHome to the University of Wyoming, the Albany County Campus of Laramie County Community College, and WyoTech Automotive School, Laramie sits at 7,000 feet elevation with less than 40,000 residents. The surrounding area offers year-round recreation in the Medicine Bow National Forest and Curt Gowdy State Park, to include downhill (Snowy Range Ski Area) and cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, hiking, jet skiing and paddle board, fishing, ATVing, horseback riding, and rock climbing. Laramie on average gets 12 inches of rain per year and 64 inches of annual snowfall. Summertime is beautiful with average temperatures around 80 degrees and little or no humidity. Laramie has a regional airport and is 150 miles from Denver.
HistoryIn 1900, John and Hulda Olson moved to the ranch. The original purchase was so small that the Olsons soon began buying land nearby. The lower and upper meadows to the south were bought in 1905 and 1909. Land was also available for homesteading east of the Olson Ranch, on the west side of Sheep Mountain, and at intervals John, Hulda and Charley Olson, Johns brother, and eventually John and Huldas son, Harry, proved up on land.
For many years, the Olson Ranch was a station for the exchange of passengers and mail on the way to and from Albany and Keystone, and during the stop the passengers always enjoyed a hot meal of Mrs. Olsons Scandinavian cooking. Many of these travelers were timber workers and they developed a kindred feeling with the Olsons for they, too, were from Sweden, the old country.
The Olsons realized early the quality fishing on the ranch and have had anglers since the 1930s.
In 1927, Wana Clay, a widow with her four little boys, moved from Missouri to Laramie to be closer to her father who owned acreage just outside of Laramie. Wana taught in rural schools and was very active during her 40 years involvement in education in Wyoming. After a long courtship, she married Harry Olson in 1954.
After the death of Harry Olson and retiring from her teaching career in 1964, Wana was the driving force behind the dude business. Guests came from all over the world to experience the beauty of Centennial Valley, life on a working cattle ranch, and, of course, great fishing. Wana would stand on the back porch waving good-bye to fishermen while one dollar bills were peeking out of her apron pocket.
The Olson Ranch is a family-owned and -operated ranch. At one time, there were four generations living and working together raising mother cows and their calves, and putting up hay. The ranch is still operated the cowboy way riding horseback and using stock dogs on the annual cattle drive moving cows to the USFS summer pasture after wintering the cattle in the valley on the river. The Olson Ranch is proud of their heritage and being good stewards of the land.
LocationThe ranch is located just 30 minutes west of Laramie, Wyoming and 7 miles from the small town of Centennial, Wyoming. It is very well located off of a well maintained paved County Road and offers excellent access. Laramie has good commercial air service along with ample runway lengths for small private planes and jets. The University of Wyoming is located in Laramie and offers excellent amenities and activities for the folks living in and around Laramie. There are many things to do and see in this great historic Western Town.
$13,000,000

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Flying Horseshoe Ranch
#WY960653
TBD Deerwood Rd.  , Centennial
Wyoming, 82055
Albany County
2,400.00 acres
The 2,400 acre Flying Horseshoe is a historic ranch offering everything one would want in the Westpremier fishing, great hunting, spectacular views, productive hay meadows, and a true western legacy. It has almost four miles of the Little Laramie River and Kelly Creek meandering through its meadows. This ranch lives big, bordering the National Forest providing access to high country elk hunting.LandThe Flying Horseshoe Ranch is an incredible opportunity to own a historic ranch that was settled in 1872. This spectacular 2,400 acre ranch has everything one would want in the Westpremier fishing, great hunting, spectacular views, productive hay meadows, and a true western legacy. It has almost 2 miles of the Little Laramie River and Kelly Creek meandering through its meadows. This ranch lives big, bordering the National Forest providing access to high country elk hunting and includes 1,600 acres of leased land.
The ranch is consists of 1,100 acres of irrigated pasture that is watered by historic decreed water rights dating back to the ranches founding . The ranch has another 600 acre of sub-irrigated pasture that is fed off seep and spring run off. Sitting at 8,000 feet the ranch produces some of the best native grass hay.
ImprovementsThe ranch has the original homestead built in the 1890s. There is a historic home and barn and several functional outbuildings. The ranch also has a 3 bedroom, 2 bath home built in 1998. There is an excellent set of corrals and cattle working facilities.
RecreationWith almost four miles excellent fishing in this stretch of the Little Laramie River and Kelly Creek this pristine ranch offer incredible fishing. The owners are excellent stewards of the land and and there has been very limited fishing on the ranch. The Little Laramie in this area produces many fish up to and over 28 inches in both Brown and Rainbow Trout. Kelly Creek (or Spring Creek as the owners call it) also feeds into the Little Laramie and produces some amazing fish with its beautiful waters. A variety of trout including Brown, Rainbow, Brook and Cutthroat can be caught at the Flying Horseshoe Ranch. The ranch also includes a 15 acre lake that is spring fed and is 28 feet deep at the bottom.
Hunting on the Flying Horseshoe is extraordinary and offers good elk, mule deer, pronghorn and varmints. Bull elk into the 350s are taken annually. The ranch has had very little hunting pressure and this helps insure a quality herd. The ranch is located in a general unit in Wyoming so tags are available by draw. Please see game regulations in the State of Wyoming for details and accuracy.
AgricultureCurrently, the ranch is running a 225 cow/calf operation year round and produces on average 650 tons nutritional, high country native grass hay.
Water/Mineral Rights & Natural ResourcesWater rights on the ranch are from the Little Laramie and they are senior rights and provide excellent ditch irrigation from head-gates. All tributary and non-tributary water rights associated with the property transfer to the buyer with land.
Region & ClimateHome to the University of Wyoming, the Albany County Campus of Laramie County Community College, and WyoTech Automotive School, Laramie sits at 7,000 feet elevation with less than 40,000 residents. The surrounding area offers year-round recreation in the Medicine Bow National Forest and Curt Gowdy State Park, to include downhill (Snowy Range Ski Area) and cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, hiking, jet skiing and paddle board, fishing, ATVing, horseback riding, and rock climbing. Laramie on average gets 12 inches of rain per year and 64 inches of annual snowfall. Summertime is beautiful with average temperatures around 80 degrees and little or no humidity. Laramie has a regional airport and is 150 miles from Denver.
HistoryThe Flying Horseshoe Ranch was settled in 1872. In the 1890s there were several houses for owners and workers and featured a school house for the children. The ranches border has not changed since the founding. The current owner has owned it for 28 years and the ranch has been run by the same hired hand for the duration.
$12,500,000

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Solitude Ranch
#WY954752
Devils Tower
Wyoming, 82714
Crook County
3,495.00 acres
Located less than 5 miles from the amazing spire known as Devils Tower, Wyomings most famous landmark is the incredible Solitude Ranch. During the last 20 years, Solitude Ranch has been specifically managed to maximize wildlife trophy quality while sustaining and effectively running a productive cattle operation. This management program of wildlife and livestock coexistence has placed Solitude Ranch as being among the best ranches for both world-class hunting and outstanding agricultural production throughout the western United States. Solitude Ranch consists of approximately 3,495 deeded acres including 800 acres of dryland grass/alfalfa fields, 120 acres of strategically placed food plots providing for the ranchs abundant wildlife, timbered ridges full of Ponderosa pine, rolling hills and red rock canyons filled with bur oak, multiple springs, ponds and seeps. In addition, the ranch can comfortably run 225-250 AUs, produce upwards of 1,300 ton of hay annually and facilitate every aspect of an agricultural operation with its functional and complete infrastructure of working improvements. Solitude Ranch is truly an elite sportsmans paradise offering unlimited hunting opportunities while generating a healthy annual income from the cattle operation.
$12,300,000