The Ransome Ranch and its neighboring Donahoe Tract are the largest remaining undeveloped
parcels of an historic Sierra National Forest in-holding called the OConner Ranch (formerly the
Yosemite Lumber Companys Miners Tract).
Bordering spectacular Yosemite National Park and just minutes from the valley floor, Glacier
Point, Badger Pass ski area and other park features, these ranch lands were included in the original
1905 Park boundary and are accessed through the park gates. They were pulled from the park
boundaries in 1906 due to their timber value.
The combined 897 acres along the Henness Ridge offer beautiful topography with conifer forests
and granite outcroppings. Hiking trails, panoramic views, abundant wildlife, and natural springs
provide a Yosemite experience without the crowds.
Ransome House, a two-story cabin, has served as a primary residence. Additional locations are
ideal for a homesite, lodge, guest quarters, or corporate retreat.
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