BLACK-MUNRO UNCOMPAHGRE RANCH PROPERTY
Colorado historic cattle ranch located in trophy hunting units and surrounded by National Forest. Step back in time and operate your livestock operation in today’s world. 7 parcels with a combined total of 834+ acres with cow camps complete with cabins, corrals, storage sheds strategically located for wranglers and/or hunting guests. Numerous springs, ponds and creeks with fenced natural grass pastures and irrigation throughout some of the parcels. Mountain high elevations range from 8,000-9,000 feet. Drive scenic graveled roads through pine forests, valleys, rocky bluffs, and look for numerous wildlife sightings.
If you like to hunt elk and deer, this is a dream property that you won't see come up for sale again. Completely surrounded by the Uncompahgre National Forest, this property features 834+ acres with four cabins to make an exceptional location for your outdoor recreation. There is an abundance of water on this property with several springs and ponds that attract wildlife. Excellent grazing, hunting and outdoor activities with top-tier mountain pasture and timber.
There are approximately 680 acres in Game Management Unit 62 which is a popular OTC elk unit and limited draw deer unit. Significant bear population with easy to obtain tags. Excellent access throughout the unit. This property qualifies for the Landowner Preference Program for buck deer tags as well as Private Land Only tags for elk and deer. Excellent habitat with sage flats, scattered oak brush, large stands of aspen timber and an abundance of water. The location is secluded, private and holds game during the hunting season.
This ranch also includes a 155-acre parcel in Unit 61 surrounded by national forest. Unit 61 is a limited draw unit that offers outstanding elk, deer, and bear hunting, widely considered to be some of the best in the State of Colorado. Tags are difficult to draw but this unit boasts high success rates. This parcel is primarily mountain pasture, but it would also be a great location to access and explore the national forest. Everything you could want in a mountain vacation getaway!
COLORADO HISTORIC RANCH IN TROPHY HUNTING UNITS
Live the history on this turn of the century ranch located in trophy hunting districts surrounded by National Forest. Step back in time and operate your livestock operation in today’s world. 5 parcels are adjoined and 2 outlying parcels for a combined 834+ acres with historic cow camps complete with cabins and antique furnishings. Pole corrals to gather and work livestock. Some storage sheds are hand hewn logs of yesteryear craftsmanship with date carvings back to 1910. Barbed wire, electric fence, and split rail fence around pasture and other areas. These dwellings are strategically located for wranglers and/or hunting guests. Numerous springs, ponds and creeks with fenced natural grass pastures and irrigation throughout the property. Towering pine and aspen, oak brush, choke cherry bushes create a perfect haven for livestock and wildlife. Mountain high elevations range from 8,000-9,000 feet.
Acreage contains 7 parcels.
Louis Pasture---155 Acres
Mont's Draw---160 Acres
Home Pasture---120 Acres
Home Pasture---160 Acres
Munro Pasture---151 Acres
Douglas Munro Cabin—48 Acres
From highway 50 drive scenic graveled roads through pine forests, valleys, rocky bluffs, and look for wildlife and bird sightings. Distance mountain ranges include the LaSalle, Utah mountains, Grand Mesa, aka the largest flattop mountain in the world, and on the faraway horizon stretches the majestic San Juans. Nearby Grand Junction and surrounding communities offer a regional airport, major shopping and services and more. The I-70 corridor leads to Denver and accesses more locations Colorado is known for. Work and play beneath blue mountain skies and star studded nights.
COLORADO OUTDOOR RECREATION
The Western Slope of Colorado has all year recreation for all outdoor enthusiasts. Travel the Rim Rock Drive of the nearby Colorado National monument. Enjoy the magnificent views of rock formations, canyons, plants, birds and wildlife along the drive or hiking trails. Photo opportunities for the photographer, and don’t forget the selfies. Stop at the visitor center for information on picnic and campground areas, hiking trails, youth learning opportunities, and the history of this valley’s treasure of beauty.
The surrounding high desert offers off road, ATV, hiking, biking, and horseback riding trails with valleys of dinosaur finds and diggings, river rafting, boating, and fishing.
Within an hour’s drive along I-70 and Highway 65, also known as the scenic byway of Grand Mesa, sits the largest flat top mountain in the world with over 300 lakes for fishing, boating, camping, lodges, and thousands of trails for hiking, ATV, biking, horseback riding, cross country skiing, snowmobiling, and hunting districts. Photo opportunities abound for the amateur or professional photographer. A visitor center on top of the Grand Mesa has information and a gift shop. Powderhorn Ski Resort sits at the base of Grand Mesa with ski slopes for all ages and skills with winter and summer activities.