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$8,500,000 20,000 acres
Cora, Wyoming 82925 - Sublette County

Bar Cross Ranch

The Bar Cross Ranch operates on over 20,000 acres with breathtaking views of the Wind River Mountain Range, 13 miles north of Pinedale and an easy one-hour drive from Jackson. The historic ranch headquarters sits along the banks of the New Fork River and provides private access to over two miles of outstanding wade fishing with strong populations of brown, rainbow and cutthroat trout. Over 1,000-acres of productive irrigated native hay meadows provide a base for a ranch that has historically run 400 mother cows plus bulls and replacement heifers. The Bar Cross Ranch is an exceptional sporting ranch with extensive world-class fly fishing on one of Wyomings renowned fisheries as well as easy private access to big game hunting. The Facts Loca
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$8,750,000 1,246 acres
Cody, Wyoming 82414 - Park County

Four Bear Ranch

Located 25 miles west of Cody, this 1,246 acre historic mountain ranch lies at the end of the road in its own very private basin adjoining the Shoshone National Forest. Jim Mountain literally towers over the ranch, whose upper reaches include dramatic cliffs and lush timbered hills. The views are the most breathtaking we have ever seen and include only dramatic mountain peaks. One is totally unaware of any human habitation. Elk, deer, bear, mountain lion, wolves and coyotes are at home here. There are many springs and lakes, and a mountain stream passes through. Improvements include the historic Olive Fell house, a four-bedroom caretakers house, a magnificent architect-designed 6,800 square foot owners home, plus a barn and dance hall cabi
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$15,000,000 1,749 acres
Livingston, Montana 59047 - Park County

Dancing Wind Ranch

Located 10 miles south of Livingston on the east side of the appropriately named Paradise Valley, the 1,750 acre all-deeded Dancing Wind Ranch occupies the prime location in the lushest and most beautiful section of the valley. It essentially runs from just off the main north/south highway at an elevation of 4,800 feet, where the operating headquarters and 495 acres of meadows are located, to the Absaroka- Beartooth Wilderness boundary at over 6,700 feet. The ranch lies between the Deep Creek and Pine Creek valleys and encompasses the entire Pool Creek valley from the point that it exits the national forest. The headquarters area includes two attractive homes, a shop, helicopter storage, calving barn and corrals that support the entirely se
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