Listed for sale on March 12, Williams Fork Mountain Ranch is an impressively complete Rocky Mountains recreational property that’s just a stone’s throw from the four-season mountain-resort amenities of Steamboat Springs.
Covering over 21 square miles of amazingly productive elk and deer habitat, the landscape of rolling grassland slopes and stands of aspen oakbrush offer food and cover for several hundred resident elk, part of the broader White River elk herd that’s considered to be one of the biggest in the world.
Offering elevations between 6,900 to 7,900 feet, the 15,445 contiguous acres (13,395 of which are deeded) are home to other notable wildlife species including pronghorns, black bears, mountain lions and grouse. A quarter-mile of the East Fork of the Williams Fork River nourish rainbow and cutthroat trout to rival the state’s other blue-ribbon fly-fishing streams.
Several “glamping” structures dot the property to offer its new owners accessibility and accommodations in amidst all this mountain beauty, home to a year-round roster of outdoor adventures that range from snowmobiling and cross-country skiing to ATVing and hiking depending on conditions underfoot.
Routt County sits amidst some of the most epic mountain scenery of the American West, smack-dab in the heart of the Rockies. Steamboat Springs is the county seat and gateway to the region’s biggest and best outdoor adventures. The 2,965 acres of Steamboat Resort cover six peaks and an impressive 165 trails that regularly top ski magazines’ best-of lists for everything from epic powder to family-friendly skiing.
Contact Dave Harrigan and Hunter Harrigan of Harrigan Land Company to find out more.
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