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347 Overlook Trail Gunnison, CO 81230
347 Overlook Trail  , Gunnison
Colorado, 81230
Gunnison County
35.00 acres
Rustic contemporary home on 35 acres within the prestigious Ohio Creek Valley. This perfectly appointed home overlooks the most breathtaking sweeping meadow. Every room has views that transcend of Anthracite Mountain Range and Capital Peak. About 5 minutes from Gunnison proper you are in your own private oasis. Horse River Ranch is an idyllic Equestrian gated community with pristine fields as far as the eye can see, access to thousands of acres of BLM land, and fishing rights. Every inch of this 3,750 square foot home was built by master craftsmen. Each cabinet and door is custom made and solid wood - french oak wood floors throughout. The main living room feels boundless with 22 ft ceilings and a wall of windows and glass doors that open to a fabulous patio with ceramic fireplace overlooking the meadow. The exterior is composed of perfectly aged authentic reclaimed barn wood. The 'Shopnasium' is an additional 3,850 sq ft building on the grounds which is used for a workshop, has a loft and gym with a full bathroom, refrigerator and dishwasher. The gym has an in-ground 7' x 14' trampoline, in-ground tumble track and a custom golf simulator. Huge barn doors in the gym open up to overlook the meadow and horse coral with shelter - which has power and water! There is not a more peaceful place to exercise or do your morning meditation. State of the art kitchen with top of the line appliances, reverse osmosis water filter system - every detail from plumbing fixtures, to solar gain for energy efficiency, 3 car heated garage - has been carefully thought out andimplemented. Inquire for a list of all of the incredible features that were built into the design and build of this home. 347 Overlook Trail is an absolute dream property, truly a one of a kind must see!


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Snowmass Falls Ranch
Aspen CO  , Aspen
Colorado, 81654
Pitkin County
650.00 acres
Encompassing a picturesque mountain valley nestled at the base of towering peaks, Snowmass Falls Ranch offers the ultimate combination of natural beauty, seclusion, and access to world-class amenities. This stunning 650 acre ranch is highlighted by lush meadows, tumbling streams, aspen groves, and forested hillsides, all set against a backdrop of snowcapped summits. Mount Daly dominates the view from the ranch headquarters, and a fortuitous bend in the valley brings additional peaks into view, including Clark Peak and Snowmass Mountain. It is an incredible setting for a multitude of activities - fishing, hunting, riding, hiking, ranching, entertaining, or just relaxing.

Snowmass Falls Ranch is the last privately-owned property in the upper Snowmass Creek valley. The access road ends at the front gate, and surrounding the ranch is the Maroon Bells - Snowmass Wilderness. This massive 181,535-acre roadless area has over 100 miles of foot and horseback trails and six of Colorado's peaks over 14,000 feet, accessible right from the property. This not only creates a gateway to an enormous wilderness playground, but a desirable end-of-the-road setting removed from development and other private landowners. By nature of being surrounded by pristine wilderness, the ranch feels much larger than its deeded acreage.

Given the unspoiled scenery and secluded setting, it is hard to believe that the ranch is only minutes from the top summer and winter resort destination in the world. Yet this private valley is located only 10 miles due west of Aspen and less than one mile west of the Snowmass ski slopes. Snowmass is the largest and most visited of the four Aspen/Snowmass ski resorts. Everything you may need or want, from the commercial airport to the finest shopping, dining, and nightlife, is within 30 minutes of the ranch.

Snowmelt from the massive peaks and ridges above the ranch provides an abundant supply of water throughout the year. Snowmass Creek and West Snowmass Creek converge on the property. There are waterfalls on each stream, including the namesake Snowmass Falls. Ranch meadows are irrigated by senior water rights out of the creeks dating back to the late 1890s. Augmenting the aesthetic and agricultural uses, the extensive live water on the ranch provides recreation in the form of fishing for wild trout in the creek and beaver ponds.

The recorded history of Snowmass Falls Ranch dates back over a century to when Ms. Kate Lindvig acquired the property from the US Government in 1906 through the Homestead Act. She ranched it for decades and ultimately sold it to the Perry family in 1943. The Perrys have been commendable stewards of the land and kept the property relatively unchanged. Several historic off-grid cabins remain in use today. Although the Perry family has considered conservation easements to preserve the pristine setting and protect its extraordinary wildlife habitat, no such encumbrances have been placed on the ranch. The sum of their efforts is this extraordinary property that has served as a gathering place for multiple generations of the family a true legacy in every sense.

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Farm on the Colorado
Glenwood Springs
Colorado, 81601
Garfield County
1,123.00 acres
The Farm on the Colorado is a resource-filled, legacy investment opportunity consisting of a 1,123 acre ranch in the bustling Colorado River valley west of Glenwood Springs. The Farm is likely the largest flat, irrigated expanse on a single, private property in the entire I-70 corridor through the rugged Rocky Mountain stretch between Denver and Grand Junction and identified in Garfield Countys Comprehensive Plan as a prime location for future development. The area is primarily a Ski Country bedroom community, located an hour from the Aspen and Vail areas. While it possesses a Glenwood Springs address, the property is located within the Town of New Castles Urban Growth Boundary and adjacent to the town border, so depending on a new owners plans it can be ripe for annexation.

This is a large, versatile, farm & ranch in Colorado that is currently in agricultural use, with over 15 CFS of water rights (thats over 10,800 annual acre-feet) that irrigate over 300 acres of the valley floor, its boundaries stretching from the Colorado River to the south, all the way to rolling uplands to the north that border BLM lands. Over one mile of I-70 bisects The Farm and an existing interchange is within one mile, so this is a highly visible place. Currently, there is over $100K of rental income from a combination of agricultural, residential, and hunting leases. All utilities are either in place or immediately accessible.

There is definitely a lot happening on this property, but with nearly two miles of frontage on the Colorado River, a 10-acre lake for water-skiing and SUP, quality hunting, and scenic views, this asset is not only investment-grade real estate, but a sporting ranch to be enjoyed while a new owner positions the property to meet ones investment and development goals. Contact Tommy Latousek.

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Trull Creek Ranch
41705 County Road 44  , Steamboat Springs
Colorado, 80487
Routt County
1,140.00 acres
Location, Location, Location! When thinking of the perfect ranch, the 1,100+ acre Trull Creek Ranch is everything you have dreamed of and more in a legacy property. Just 10 minutes to Downtown Steamboat Springs and its famous ski resort, this offering is very private and boasts everything you would want in a World Class property!
The backdrop to this amazing ranch is Sleeping Giant Mountain, a historic landmark just west of the Elk River Valley. The centerpiece of the ranch is a gorgeous 15,000 +/- square foot custom home. This home is located in its very own private valley with big views of Steamboat Springs ski area and the surrounding mountains. This exquisite home has everything the very discerning buyer would expect. The floorplan is the best I have ever seen, and it showcases big views of Sleeping Giant mountain and Steamboat Ski Area throughout the home. Internal views of the ranch offer lush hay meadows and beautiful vistas with aspen and oak brush in all directions. This end-of-the-road estate is exceedingly rare this close to town. To find this type of privacy, luxury, and seclusion with river so close to a world class destination is virtually unheard of, a once in a lifetime opportunity. The home was designed with entertaining and time with family in mind. The details of this custom home are unprecedented, and it truly offers all the amenities of your own private resort. The indoor pool is fitted with a diving board and a gradual shallow end for children. The pool area is very well equipped with showers, a hot tub, and many amenities you would find in the best resorts. The kitchen is very well appointed with a custom island and opens to a beautiful great room with an enormous rock fireplace. So Colorado, and so well done, you will want to spend all your time there. Whether it is enjoying the private balconies off each suite or your morning coffee on the flagstone patio overlooking the beautifully landscaped grounds, there is plenty of room to take in that clean mountain air! Thehome has 7 unique well-planned suites and 7.5 baths all decorated with the most amazing touches. Just behind the main home in the valley is the large barn with indoor arena and stalls. There are two caretaker homes on the front of the property adjoining the main road and the river.
The ranch is very well watered with good hay production for cattle and wildlife, and the current owners have a cattle and hay lease in place with a local rancher. If enjoying time in the outdoors is important, this ranch truly has it all. With Miles and miles of improved horse and mountain bike trails along with the indoor riding arena; the current owners enjoy a variety of outdoor activities, such as mountain biking, horseback riding, hiking, fishing for trout on the river and skiing their own private valleys and chutes to name a few. On any occasion expect to see abundant wildlife including elk, mule deer, antelope, black bear, sharp-tailed grouse, blue grouse, and varmints. Rugged and refined this ranch has great access to downtown Steamboat Springs and fine dining just minutes from all this enjoyment!
The waters of the Elk River are stunningly beautiful and known for their tremendous numbers and quality of fish. Over a third of a mile of river have been enhanced for maximum habitat and the current owners practice catch and release fishing. The fishing in this stretch of the Elk River is outstanding. The ranch is bordered upstream by a shared amenity ranch that regularly stocks good size fish to augment the numbers. Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout, Brook Trout and the occasional Cutbow inhabit this section of the Elk River. The Elk River is a freestone river that is 34.2 miles beginning in Northwest Colorado. It flows from a confluence of the North Fork Elk River and Middle Fork Elk River in Routt National Forest north of Steamboat Springs to a confluence on the Yampa River.
Located on the edge of the two largest elk herds in Colorado, the White River herd and the Snake River herd hold huge numbers giving the ranch plenty of resident animals as well as migratory elk moving through the property all season long. Elk and deer hunting are excellent on the ranch with good numbers of mule deer and great numbers of elk. Deer permits are a draw in all parts of Colorado while the elk hunting is in an over-the-counter unit for Archery, 2nd, and 3rd seasons. Elk are very prevalent on the ranch and for the right owner the ranch could produce some genuinely nice animals with good success rates. Mule deer inhabit the ranch and are also trophy quality. Good numbers of both would make for nice hunting opportunities in the fall months. Varmints and upland game also inhabit the ranch in good numbers and would provide the hunting enthusiast good opportunities outside of big game hunting. The ranch will qualify for one regular mule deer landowner application as well as one private land only application. Additionally, the ranch has been home to numerous black bears of multiple color phases as well as the occasional moose. The moose populations continue to rise in the area surrounding Steamboat Springs.
For the upland hunter or the serious bird watcher, the Columbian Sharp-tail Grouse population on the ranch has historically been exceptionally good and will produce many fantastic days in the field. The large Gamble Oak/Aspen and sagebrush ridges offer prime habitat and excellent lek sites. The booming of the leks in the springtime is one of the most amazing experiences in the outdoors. Bald Eagles, Sandhill Cranes and Blue Herons also inhabit the property. Duck hunting can be excellent for a short season prior to winter weather.
The ranch is just 25 minutes from jet service at Yampa Valley Regional Airport and 5 minutes from the smaller Steamboat airport that can handle local and small jets. From mid-December to first of April, there are direct flights on Alaska Airlines, American, Delta, JetBlue, and United Airlines. United Airlines offers direct flights between Steamboat/Hayden and Denver year-round. Jet It and other shared private air service companies also fly into the local airports.
The historic town of Trull, once a bustling stagecoach stop with boarding house, livery and post office and was settled in 1881 on the ranch property. It had the first telephone in Routt County, and was up against Steamboat Springs for county seat. This kind of history truly evokes the spirit of the old west! This history with photographs of the town of Trull can be found on YouTube and in the local Museum.
The town of Steamboat Springs is located at 6,732 ft in elevation in Colorados Yampa Valley. It is home to the Howelsen Hill ski area and the Steamboat Ski Resort. Not only is Steamboat known for its legendary skiing & snowboarding, but the nearby hot springs are therapeutic in nature, especially after a long day on the slopes. Located near the city center, the long-standing Old Town Hot Springs is equipped with swimming, soaking pools, and water slides. This experience is worthwhile and fun for all ages.
This legacy ranch offers all the amenities one could want in a world class property. It is the kind of property that only comes available once in a generation. To summarize, it is simply the best.

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Pass Creek Ranch
Colorado, 80497
Summit County
1,292.00 acres
This is one of the most coveted river valleys in Colorado with world-class fly fishing and spectacular panoramic views of the Gore Range all within 20 miles of skiing and 80 miles of Denver. Bordering the White River National Forest for 3 miles, the Pass Creek Ranch offers exclusive Blue River frontage, lush irrigated fields, and exquisite improvements.

* Sitting at an elevation of 8,150 feet to 9,200 feet, nearly 3 miles of the property borders National Forest
* Excellent fly-fishing along 0.7 miles of the Blue River and another .5 miles on adjoining National Forest
* 5,741 sq. ft. main home designed by Snowden and Hopkins
* Approximately 180 acres of irrigated fields produce an average of 8,000 bales of hay and 750 bales of alfalfa bales a year
* Only 15 miles outside of Silverthorne, 80 miles from Denver, and within an hour drive from Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone, and Copper
* Unencumbered and protected views of the Gore Range
* Leased and owned water rights totaling nearly 30 cfs with 8.9 cfs senior to the Colorado River Compact
* Extensive wildlife and within migration corridor for elk and deer
* The property has extremely high conservation value as it adjoins thousands of acres of private land protected by conservation easements in addition to the National Forest

Contact Ken Mirr or Woody Beardsley

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Bear Mountain Ranch
Golden CO  , Golden
Colorado, 80401
Jefferson County
327.00 acres
Bear Mountain Ranch offers 327 acres of refined ranch land in the rolling foothills west of Denver, Colorado. The property encompasses undulating terrain, including steep tree-lined ridges and grassy valleys. Thick swathes of fragrant ponderosa pine interspersed with evergreen trees muffle the sound of the nearby city. Close by, American buffalo roam in protected pastures, and mule deer and elk graze freely throughout the property. The allure of the Wild West is alive and well on Bear Mountain Ranch.

Situated on the summit of a former ski area, the Bear Mountain Ranch encompasses varied terrain, including rocky slopes, wooded valleys, and grazing fields that overlook panoramic views of the Front Range. The sprawling residence is designed for formal entertaining yet comfortable enough for family life. A handsome horse barn, a state-of-the-art riding arena, and a practical ranch hands quarters have all been meticulously designed for ease and efficiency.

The ranch supports 50 head of cattle and several working horses, and additional ground could be leased. Hunting and horseback riding opportunities are plenty, and nearby ski areas offer world-class recreation. The residences oversized swimming pool, covered patios, cozy fireplaces, and spectacular views make a welcome retreat atop a private parcel of western frontier land. At a mere 20 minutes from Downtown Denver, Bear Mountain Ranch is situated at the Gateway to the Rockies and has perfected the art of traditional ranching blended with the desire for cultured living.

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Owl Canyon Irrigated Farm
1608 County Road 72  , Wellington
Colorado, 80549
Larimer County
794.00 acres
Owl Canyon Irrigated farm is +-795 total acres. It features 380 acres of pivot and flood irrigated land that is highly productive. The farm is highlighted by 17 shares or North Poudre Irrigation Company and four irrigation wells that are able to produce 6.05+cfs of water 365 days a year. The wells are adjudicated to irrigate 500+ acres. The property is well located just 1.5 miles West of I-25 and 1/2 mile North of Owl Canyon Road. It is 3 miles North of Wellington Colorado and 10 miles North of Fort Collins Colorado. The access is via good county roads and is just 15 minutes to downtown Fort Collins.

The property offers two farmsteads with 5 homes 3 outbuildings/shops and a large outdoor arena. The main home, built in 1994, is a 2 story, brick home, with an oversized 2 car garage and has 2BD, 3 BA, and is 3,294 sq ft. The home is a complete remodel and offers an excellent open concept that is highlighted by a beautiful rock fireplace.
The property boasts excellent mountain views from the entire property and has a 14 acre pond in the Northwest corner for great fishing right in your backyard. The pond is stocked with trout, bass and perch.

This is the premier farm in Northern Colorado. This highly productive farm offers excellent, level farm fields and good soils. The owners have taken incredible care of this property and it is one of the cleanest you will find in Colorado.

The city of Wellington has just expanded their city limits to the southern edge of the property which offers an excellent opportunity for development in the future.

The best thing about this beautiful property is the abundant water rights. The 17 shares of North Poudre Irrigation Company offer considerable value. The properties irrigation wells give the property plenty of water on their own. The shares or North Poudre are easily sold off if a buyer would like to reduce the price of the farm.

Call today to set up a showing on the incredible property located in one of the hottest markets in the country.

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Grizzly Ranch
Colorado, 80480
Jackson County
22,686.00 acres
The iconic Grizzly Ranch is located between Walden and Steamboat Springs, CO, in what's commonly known as North Park, in Jackson County. Surrounded by the Park Range, Rabbit Ears Pass and the Never Summer Mountains, it is home to 4.5 miles of headwaters of the North Platte River below the confluence of 5 miles of Grizzly Creek and 7 miles of Little Grizzly Creek. The ranch is easily accessible year-round off of paved Highway 14 immediately southwest of Walden. Along with exceptional water rights, four year-round ponds of various sizes, and hay meadows and improvements including 6 homes, 33 livestock sheds, an events center/sale barn with 19,000 square feet, and 11,250 square foot calving barn, machine shops and corrals.

This trophy ranch, farm, and recreation property consists of 9,286 +/- deeded acres and 13,400 +/- BLM lease acres. There are approximately 4,749 irrigated acres with over 70 miles of irrigation ditches, 14 wells, and 16 miles of creek frontage producing 4,500 tons of grass hay. The Seller is currently running 950 cow/calf pairs and between 400 - 500 yearlings on the property.

In addition to the cattle operation and hay production, there are a variety of potential income opportunities on the property. The Sellers have benefitted from water sales, permitted gravel sales, and have hosted a variety of events in the exquisite improvements on the property.

North Park, Colorado is known as the "Moose Viewing Capital of Colorado" and moose can almost always be found along the 16 miles of live water and willows on the ranch. The resident elk herd, trophy antelope, mule deer, and exceptional fishing make this an incredible recreational resource as well as a balanced high-altitude cattle operation.

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Slash Broken Box Ranch
42995 RCR 44  , Steamboat Springs
Colorado, 80487
Routt County
1,400.00 acres
This amazing 1400+/- acre ranch has it all! Located 15 minutes north of Steamboat Springs, Colorado, the property features world class hunting and fishing as well as excellent livestock and hay producing capability. The northwest portion of the ranch backs up to the Sleeping Giant, (which has been a fabled landmark of the Yampa Valley for decades) and is bound the south east side by over a mile of the pristine Elk River.LandSlash Broken Box Ranch sits at the base of Sleeping Giant, also known as Elk Mountain, west of Steamboat Springs, Colorado. The legend of the Giant is responsible for the Yampa Valley Curse which makes visitors long to return to the valley. The mountain is a key landmark in the valley and is home to an abundance of wildlife. Notably there are large numbers of elk and mule deer that call the ranch home and its not uncommon to see black bear and pronghorn antelope frequenting the area as well. The Elk River flows for over a mile on the south end of the ranch and offers exceptional fishing for a variety of trout species. The Elk river is a freestone river that flows cold out of the Zirkel Wilderness and is one of the most coveted fishing destinations in northern Colorado.
Elevations on the Slash Broken Box range from 6600-7600. The terrain is very diverse and includes Cottonwood river bottom, moderate pasture land, and extreme mountainous terrain on the upper end of the ranch extending up the side of the Sleeping Giant. The pastures have been strategically grazed and enhanced to produce the highest quality feed. Intermediate areas on the ranch include Gambles Oak groves and aspen pockets. Consisting of 1400 +/- deeded acres, the ranch also joins over 1200 acres of BLM and an additional 400 acres of State Trust hunting land.
The Slash Broken Box has a 7 CFS water right off the Elk Valley Ditch dating all the way back to 1892 for irrigation and livestock needs. The current owners have meticulously maintained the ranch, developing multiple springs and ponds on the property to offer plenty of locations for livestock and wildlife to get water. Access to the ranch is very good with a network of two-track roads throughout the property. Fencing on the property is in excellent condition and consists of 4 wire perimeter and cross fencing.
ImprovementsThis excellent 3000 +- square foot home is very well finished and was completed in 2014. This home consists of 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, and a large open floor plan in the main living area. It has fine craftmanship and is build to withstand the test of time. Outside you will find an expansive 3 side wrap around deck surrounding the home that is sided with volcanic rock that has been sourced from the ranch, with views of the historic homestead it possesses. Additional improvements include a large 70x 100 steel equipment shed with a caretaker unit, 60x120 hay shed, a historic barn and many other outbuildings. The ranch has multiple locations for additional homes sites if the new owner decides to add other homes to the property. This ranch is truly one of the best places and anyone will enjoy spending time taking it all in.
RecreationThe Elk River valley is a famous valley located just northwest of Steamboat Springs, Colorado. This freestone river is known for its excellent fishing for Brown and Rainbow Trout. Its crystal clear waters and gentle flows offer excellent dry fly opportunities for trophy fish. Occasionally one will catch a brook trout or a cutthroat trout stocked by a neighboring ranch. The river has extensive habitat restoration work done to create a narrow channel and deep holes to maintain cool water temps and maintain the quality of such an amazing piece of river.
The hunting and wildlife viewing on the ranch is excellent as it is in and over the counter unit for elk for Archery, 2nd and 3rd rifles seasons. and the ranch has no shortage of quality elk hunting. The deer hunting on the ranch is also excellent for Mule Deer and Antelope are also seen on the ranch during many times of year and the landowner can obtain transferable landowner tags. There are a good numbers of Sharptail Grouse and Blue Grouse on the ranch. Several types of predatory animals call the ranch home as well, including black bear, bobcat, mountain lion, coyote and fox.
Additionally the ranch is a fantastic setting for horseback riding, ATV adventures and Mountain biking. Winter sports in this area and on the ranch can be abundant. Snowmobiling and Cross Country Skiing and just enjoying Steamboat Springs famous Champaign Powder !
AgricultureThis ranch is home to one of the finest quality red angus cattle herds around. Slash Broken Box cattle are highly sought after among red angus producers across the country and the property has been well taken care of and improved by one of the best ranchers in the west. This ranch has been in the same family since 1946 and the meticulous attention to detail it can be seen over every part of the ranch. The improved high country pastures and the production off of an excellent hay bottom make this place special. With an average of over 300 tons of hay production annually with much higher yields on the wet years. Fertilization, soil management and senior water rights make it possible for this place to be so well done. Currently, the ranch owner cuts approximately 5 ton of world class prairie hay off the 200 acres of bottom ditch irrigated land along the river. The ranch is separated into several pastures to allow for ease of handling livestock and productive rotation of grazing. The fencing, roads and improvements are all in fantastic condition and completely turn key ready for the new owner to take their turn. There are two working facilities to handle cattle on both the north and south sides of the ranch.
Water/Mineral Rights & Natural ResourcesWater on the ranch is plentiful with 7 CFS ditch right off the Elk Valley Ditch which flows through the entire length of the hay meadow on the lower portion of the ranch. Several springs have been adjudicated and enhanced to produce water for livestock and wildlife in multiple locations across the property . Senior water rights along with good snow and rainfall in the area traditionally allow this ranch to maintain their excellent herd and the wildlife inhabiting the ranch.
General OperationsCurrently the ranch is operated as a cattle and hay production ranch. The ranch has a carrying capacity of approximately 200 cows and hay production averaging 300 tons, but has been as high as 500 tons on an extremely wet year. The current owner is an example of true land stewardship. The family has spent tremendous time and effort in working the land in a manner that has increased the productivity and appearance of the entire property. The hunting has been an income producer as well with the current owner allowing 16 trespass hunters annually.
Region & ClimateNorthwest Colorado is surrounded by endless beauty and filled with history. From Native Americans that summered in the Yampa Valley to the first homesteaders that settled the area, people have been affected by the Yampa Valley Curse. Steamboat Springs and the Yampa Valley have become one of the most popular destinations for winter and summer recreation over the last few decades. Once a quiet western town , the wide streets are a product of the old cattle drive days where area ranchers would push cattle through town to be loaded on the train. Steamboat still has classic small town charm but now the downtown area is a bustle of activity filled with a very diverse mix of shops and restaurants . There is never a shortage of activities in and around Steamboat Springs, the area is so diverse it can cater to all types of outdoor recreation from exceptional hunting and fishing, mountain biking, skiing, snowmobiling, horseback riding, tubing the Yampa, golf, and much more. There are are also community events most every weekend throughout the year, Steamboat Pro Rodeo Series, Mustang Roundup, Triple Crown Baseball, Cowboy Downhill , Music Fest and to many others to mention.
Climate- The area is known for 300 plus days of sunshine and Champagne Powder snow. The area averages 154 inches annually of normal accumulations. Winters are beautiful with the valley remaining snow covered for most of the season, but the summer and fall are what keep people coming back year after year to visit the beautiful Yampa Valley.
LocationThe ranch is located in the heart of the Elk River Valley just a few minutes from downtown Steamboat Springs, Colorado. Steamboat Springs is known for its endless outdoor recreation opportunities. From snow skiing the famed Champagne Power and snowmobiling miles of back country and trails to world class fishing and hunting and everything in between. There are multiple exceptional restaurants, shopping, and the famous hot springs in Strawberry Park and downtown Steamboat. Steamboat Springs is always busy with the Summer Rodeo Series, Mustang Roundup, Cowboy Downhill, Winter Carnival and many other events filling the calendar throughout the year.

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The Lower Ranch at Cross Mountain
Colorado, 81625
Moffat County
27,566.00 acres
An ecological and geological jewel, the Lower Ranch at Cross Mountain lies west of Craig, Colorado near Cross Mountain and the entrance to the Dinosaur National Monument in Moffat County. The ranch is named after the nine mile long and 8,000 foot high Cross Mountain that towers above the irrigated fields and pastures of the ranch. This portion of the overall ranch consists of 27,566 deeded acres that adjoin and are intermixed with over 113,000 of acres of Bureau of Land Management and State land, on which they hold grazing permits for sheep and cattle. In addition to habitat for livestock, the area is also known for its critical range for big game including elk, mule deer and antelope and is home to one of the largest migratory elk herds in North America.

The Lower Ranch is part of Cross Mountain Ranch, one of Colorados premier ranches that effectively balances livestock production, agriculture, water resources and wildlife management. Contact Ken Mirr.