Long Draw Ranch
SOLD | 316± Acres
Long Draw Ranch
Address: Cardwell Draw Rd
City/ST/ZIP: Powderhorn, Colorado, 81243
County: Gunnison County
Long Draw Ranch is located in one of the premier sporting areas in SW Colorado. Between hunting massive mule deer the area is renowned for, fly fishing for huge rainbow trout in the nearby Lake Fork of the Gunnison River, hiking many of the areas 14K ft peaks or snowmobiling the adjacent Alpine Plateau in the winter months, there's no shortage of activities! This 316-acre ranch is completely surrounded by national forest and BLM offering easy access to thousands of acres of public land. Additionally, there's a 3 bedroom/1 bath (+ 2,200 sq ft) cabin to come back to after a long day in the field!
As mentioned before, there is excellent hunting opportunities for truly world-class mule deer in game management unit 66. The elk hunting is good as well offering realistic chances to harvest mature 6pt bulls scoring over 300 plus inches. Since the property is over 160 contiguous acres and is zoned agricultural, the property will qualify for the state's "Landowner Preference Program". According to the 2017 stats, you can draw any unit-wide elk tag you'd like annually. Depending on the season, mule deer are a little tougher to draw. However, what may take a non-resident 7 preference points to draw an archery tag will only take a landowner 1 year. Give us a call and we can walk you through the various scenarios.
Location is between the towns of Gunnison and Lake City, Colorado. Gunnison has a regional airport, hospital, grocery store and is home to Western State College. The historic ski town of Crested Butte is 1 hour to the north of Gunnison and is one of the most charming ski towns in all of the West. Besides fantastic skiing, hiking, mountain biking, and golf, Crested Butte is known as the wildflower capital of Colorado. Lake City is not to be shortchanged either. Lake City is a jeeping paradise and has several nice restaurants and other amenities to choose from.
Las Animas County, ColoradoAs the springs in the forested mountains high above feed the streams and arroyos below, the terrain begins to open up all around this magnificent setting. From The highest elevations at Fishers Peak to the meadows to the foothills further north is where the wide-open spaces begin in Colorado. The front door to this magnificent big country is the Buffalo Creek Ranch. TREMENDOUS Investment Opportunity in an unbeatable setting! This rare combination of ranching, hunting, and recreation, with miles of a deep winding creek,is set in the magnificent Sangre de Cristo Mountains in unspoiled So CO! The approx8,076± acres$6,650,000
Montrose County, ColoradoBurro Creek Mesa consists of 160 acres of prime big game hunting in one of the most sought-after game management units in all of Colorado, GMU 61! Located near the town of Nucla, CO, this secluded ranch is completely surrounded by BLM which then gives way to thousands of acres of national forest up above on the Uncompahgre Plateau. With recently updated off-grid cabins and outbuildings, all you need to do is show up and enjoy the wildlife and mountains views! See below for further details on landowner vouchers, water rights, and ranch attributes. You'll be hard-pressed to find160± acres$750,000
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