Building Site at The Village at Ski Hi
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Anne & Dale Pizel
Anne & Dale Pizel
Broken Arrow Ranch & Land Co., LLC
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Building Site at The Village at Ski Hi

$45,500 0.04 Acres
Property ID 5835244

Description

If you love the high country you will love this opportunity to build a mountain cabin at the Village at Ski Hi Ranch. This building site is located near the head waters of the Rio Grande River, just above the Rio Grande Reservoir. It is surrounded by more than 4.5 million acres of national forest. Come enjoy the beauty of the Southern San Juan's!

Wake up each morning and choose where you would like to fish or hike. Great high mountain fisheries are close; fish the Rio Grande River, Rio Grande Reservoir, Lost Trail Creek or Ute Creek. The Weminuche Wilderness, home to the Wiemenuche Ute Tribe is the one of the largest Wilderness areas in Colorado and accessible within walking distance from the Village. Other adventures are available from the ranch as well. Take a drive over one of the highest mountain passes in Colorado, Stony Pass (12,500 ft.) to Silverton or Ouray. Limitless recreational possibilities are available from your cabin site at the Village at Ski Hi Ranch!

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Located above the Rio Grande Reservoir at The Village at Ski Hi, Call listing Agent for more details.

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Anne & Dale Pizel
Anne & Dale Pizel
Broken Arrow Ranch & Land Co., LLC

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