SOLD - Dinosaurs, Cattle, and Elk!
As seen in the Wall Street Journal and multiple outlets, Three Springs Ranch offers a high-quality hunting unit with a private tag allocation, dinosaur fossils, and a historic cattle ranch.
A True Sporting Paradise: Seven Lakes Ranch
Regarded as one of the finest trophy big game hunting and fishing ranches in Colorado, Seven Lakes Ranch is a true sporting paradise. The ranch is located in the coveted White River Valley of the Flat Tops Mountains, prized for its outdoor recreation, bucolic landscape and unspoiled beauty.
Featured Ranches: Mountain Retreats
Diamond Tail Ranch embodies the iconic image of an authentic Rocky Mountain ranch, encompassing a secluded valley at the base of snow-capped peaks, with a trout-filled river flowing through lush meadows and pastures dotted with abundant wildlife grazing alongside ranch livestock.
Featured Ranches: Destination Properties
Located approximately 11 miles northwest of Aladdin, the Go Away Ranch is described by many as “The Pearl of Crook County.” This extraordinary retreat property contains 1,661± acres more or less and is bounded on the southwest, west and northwest boundaries by the Black Hills National Forest.
Featured Ranches: Colorado Legacies
Berrien Ranch is a 456± acre historic ranch enclave just south of Evergreen and an easy commute from Denver. It features lush meadows, healthy forests, prime elk habitat, and rocky outcrops with stunning views to Mount Evans. Berrien Ranch is equally attractive as a primary Front Range residence, executive retreat, or close to town private recreational ranch.
Spring Branding at Historic Colorado Ranch
Spring branding on northwest Colorado’s Motherwell Ranch is an annual tradition that represents the region’s sense of community and ranching heritage. For generations, local families have gathered here, along the banks of the Williams Fork River, to rope, brand and vaccinate the new crop of calves before they are turned out to summer pasture.
Springtime in the Rockies
Spring is perhaps one of the best times of the year to view wildlife on Colorado mountain ranches and retreats. While the closing of ski area lifts and the receding of snow brings a short window of calm and quiet to communities throughout the Rockies, the region’s wildlife is awake and on the move. The warming and greening of valleys and mountain slopes brings an influx of animals migrating to spring and summer grounds as well as the awakening of hibernating denizens.