Located approximately 16 miles west of Montrose, this large parcel of land is a mix of sub-alpine vegetation and steep draws due to Dry Creek along the east border and Cottonwood Creek running through the southern portion of the ranch. Primary use of the ranch over the years has been livestock grazing and big game hunting. There is an additional 200 acres of BLM grazing land withing the boundaries of this ranch parcel which is a unique asset. With an elevation of 8300 feet near the southwest boundary to 7500 feet at the canyon floor, this property is a combination of native grassy meadows, sage and oak along with Pinion, Juniper and Cotttonwood trees in the creek drainage. Very private with sweeping views of Grand Mesa, West Elks, Cimarrons and San Juans.
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