Black Mesa Inholding
$600,000 | 160± Acres
Black Mesa Inholding
Address: TBD I83 RD
City/ST/ZIP: Crawford, Colorado, 81415
County: Montrose County
Lifestyles: Bear, Elk, Mule Deer
Are you looking for an affordable tract of premium hunting ground with a small cabin? Look no further! This dynamic hunting parcel is completely surrounded by national forest and is well watered with a small pond, seasonal creek, and a freshwater spring. There is phenomenal mule deer hunting right out your back door, not to mention great hunting opportunities for Elk, bear, and turkey. Recent road closures in the adjacent national forest will only further enhance the quality of hunting.
Additionally, an 8,000-acre ranch to the south does not allow hunting to reduce the hunting pressure even more so. As a bonus, this property qualifies for a Colorado landowner deer voucher.....did I mention phenomenal mule deer hunting??? The terrain is rolling with oak brush, and there is a small canyon with aspen trees at the bottom. There are agricultural fields on the valley floor, which help keep the wild game in the surrounding area. You can access Black Mesa from the property on snowmobiles in the winter months.
This Ranch is a hunter's dream; the 160 acres inholding of diverse terrain and vegetation with lush feed make a wildlife attractant as you've never seen before. The Ranch has virtually no human contact and has established an excellent bedding ground for the animals coming off the nearby irrigated land. Black Mesa has all the makings between the access to thousands of acres of public ground without the big ranch cost, and the numerous food plots planted by the local farms quite frankly make this one of the finest ranches available. Numerous water supplies complete this Ranch for that ultimate BUG OUT property.
- Mule Deer
- Merriam Turkey
- Mountain Lion
Incredible road access to the Ranch with a newly fixed up road from HWY 92.
Located 10 miles from downtown Crawford, Co, and 45 miles from Montrose Regional Airport, this 160-acre Ranch is in the heart of everything recreation from ATVing, Snowmobiling, Bike Riding, some of the best Skiing around; Crested Butte and Aspen ski areas are just under a two-hour drive. Montrose offers a wide array of amenities, including restaurants, retail shopping, hardware stores, hotels, event center, museums, and libraries. Call Blayne St. James at St. James Sporting Properties for a tour of this masterpiece of a property 877-354-7247.
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