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Moffat County Colorado Hunting Land for sale

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$6,500,000 2,188 acres
2251 County Road 179, Hamilton, CO 81638 - Moffat County

Spring Gulch Ranch (2188 +/- acres)

Very rare opportunity to own (+/-) 2188 private acres of choice elk hunting land in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. Many consider this to be the elk hunting capital of the world! Moffat County, Colorado boasts two of the largest migratory elk herds in North America as well as being a premiere hunting hot spot for mule deer, bear, mountain lion, and a variety of small game. With an Upper Main Log cabin (1782 sq ft, 2 bed, 1 loft/bed, 1 & 3/4 bath), Lower Original Homestead cabin (892 sq ft. 1 bed, 1 loft/bed and bath), 40x60 Metal Shop/Barn, this mass of land will provide the all of the necessities from operating a cattle ranch, to running a world class hunting retreat. The property elevations range from 7300 feet to 8400 feet. Vegetat
Mike Lewis St. James Sporting Properties
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$194,500 320 acres
Lay, CO 81625 - Moffat County

320 Acres N/W Colorado - Mineral Rights

Childress Ranch is located just north of the historical town of Great Divide. This area in North Western Colorado has been hunted for 1000s of years by the Native Americans who followed the migrating antelope, deer and elk. Today elk, deer and antelope are still abundant in this isolated area of Colorado. Within minutes of arriving on the 320 acres of the Childress Ranch, deer and antelope can be found on the property. Adjoining BLM north of the property has excellent cover consisting of pinyons, junipers and a topography that allows deer, elk and antelope to migrate through the area, providing them with shelter during the hard winter months. Juniper trees on the adjoining BLM have the scars of elk and deer that use them for shedding thei
Mike Lewis St. James Sporting Properties
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