Encompassing a secluded mountain valley at the base of Sand Mountain, this picturesque retreat is nearly surrounded by national forest, yet located less than 30 miles from Steamboat Springs. The gently sloping alpine meadows of the 160 acre property are cradled by aspen and timber covered hillsides. Several small creeks flow from the forest through the property while cascading through numerous beaver ponds. The rich habitat of the area is home to abundant elk, mule deer, moose, black bear and grouse. Sand Mountain Retreat is bordered by Routt National Forest on three sides, providing a tranquil and private setting with excellent access into adjacent public lands that are difficult for the general public to get to. From the property there are striking views of Sand Mountain above as well as Hahns Peak and other nearby mountains. Steamboat Lake and the town of Clark are located within 5-10 minutes and the full services and resort amenities of Steamboat Springs are a scenic drive of approximately 45 minutes.
-160 acres encompassing a secluded mountain valley at the base of Sand Mountain
-End-of-the-road location and nearly surrounded by national forest
-Gently sloping alpine meadows are cradled by aspen and timber-covered hillsides
-Several small creeks bisect the property while cascading through numerous beaver ponds
-Steamboat Lake and the town of Clark are located within 5-10 miles
-Full services and resort amenities of Steamboat Springs are a scenic drive of approximately 30 miles
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