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Colorado marble quarry and recreation property bordered by National Forest Historic Osgood Quarry in Marble, Colorado Borders National Forest Adjoins famous Colorado Yule Marble Quarry 62-acre mining claim in 6 parcels Historic barn Creek frontage on Yule Creek Skiing, hunting, fishing, recreation Historic marble deposit, 6 patented claims on 62 acres The historic Osgood marble deposit is an intriguing Colorado mountain property that has a fascinating combination of recreational assets, stunning mountain beauty, history, and a valuable mineral deposit. The first marble quarry ever patented in Colorado, the Osgood quarry has over 350 million cubic feet of marble deposits. The property adjoins the world-famous Yule Marble Quarry, which is currently producing first-class white marble that is being shipped to Carrera, Italy, for milling. The property is 62 acres that is divided into 6 rectangular patented mining claims. Each claim is independent from the other and there is no need for further subdivision. There is an old portal on site, where marble was extracted in the early 1900s. There is excellent potential for marble mining on the site. world-class recreation on this Colorado mountain retreathunting, fishing, backpacking, backcountry skiing If youre looking for a place to have fun, this is it. The Osgood Quarry is located on the slope of Treasure Mountain, which is located between Marble and Crested Butte. Yule Creek plunges through the property. It is a significant clear-flowing creek that carries a lot of water, but it also has a good population of brook and cutthroat trout. Hard-core skiers from the Aspen area park their cars right across the way from the property so they can hike up 11,900-foot Raspberry Ridge across the valley. It offers pristine powder lines through gladed forests and open mountainsides. In the summer, hikers take their choice of several routes into the Raggeds Wilderness, with the choice of cresting Anthracite Pass and heading into North Anthracite or heading over Yule Pass to Crested Butte. Hunting in the area is excellent for mule deer, elk, mountain goat, and blue grouse. historic barn with modern improvements, hydro-electric power Perched on a rocky knob above Yule Creek is a rebuilt 1830s barn from timbers brought from back East. Consider it a cabin retreat, with bunks, woodstove, power from the hydro generator, and enough accoutrements for a comfortable summertime stay. It is accessed by a private bridge over Yule Creek. Marble is a small Colorado town between Crested Butte and Aspen Marble, Colorado is a small town of about 200 people at the upper end of the Crystal River Valley between Aspen and Crested Butte. There are several lodges, a good barbecue restaurant, a firehouse, and a small charter school. The Maroon Bells/Snowmass Wilderness borders the north side of town and the Raggeds Wilderness borders the south side of town. Mountain adventures beckon from all sides. Marble is known for excellent four-wheeling, clear-flowing streams, big mountain views, great hunting, and a small-town atmosphere. 05022-10132
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