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$4,500,000 3,000 acres
Egnar, CO 81325 - San Miguel County

Dry Creek Legacy Ranch

Dry Creek Legacy Ranch*$4,500,000     *3,000 Plus-or-Minus Acres     *San Miguel County, COThe Dry Creek Legacy Ranch is approximately 3,000 acres of prime grazing and elk and mule deer hunting ground. Located in southwest Colorado near Norwood and 60 miles from Telluride, 2 hours from the Montrose airport and 1-1/2 hours from Cortez, it has excellent first-priority water rights that will irrigate hundreds of acres of pasture, which, if planted in alfalfa, could turn this into an elk magnet. Bordering BLM ground, the property includes a BLM permit integrated with deeded land. Located just off the west side of North Mountain, known for its sheer quantity and quality of elk, this hidden gem has the potential to be one of the region’s best elk
Phil Phillips Hayden Outdoors
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$444,000 444 acres
TBA, HWY 141, Egnar, CO 81325 - San Miguel County

(444 +/- Acres) San Miguel County

Magnificent views of the La Sal Mountain Range, Disappointment Valley, Uncompahgre Plateau, Dry Creek Basin, and the San Juan Mountain Range. Open sagebrush parks offer excellent locations for viewing eastern Utah and western Colorado and potentially harvesting big game. Numerous locations on the ranch will provide you to locate your camp, yurt or cabin. Year-round access is available from Hwy 141. Location: Remote Western Colorado yet very accessible on Hwy 141. Closet town is Egnar, Colorado. Durango, Telluride, and Moab, Utah are within a 2-hour drive. Topography: Estimated elevations 6800 ft. to 7300 ft. Diverse - open park, rolling hills, and beautiful rim lookouts. Vegetation: Pinyon Pines, Junipers, Oak Brush, and Sage.
Mike Lewis St. James Sporting Properties
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$210,000 200 acres
Egnar, CO 81325 - San Miguel County

ANCIENT HUNTING GROUNDS (200 +/-acres)

Native Americans survived by following the migration of wildlife. The remnants of Native Americans and their search for game can be found on the Ancient Hunting Grounds! This secluded area of South Western Colorado has historically and presently produced an abundance of wildlife! Terrain: Consists of lookout cliffs to open parks, perfect for watching and waiting for game to move through the property or surrounding area. Vegetation: A mix of pinions, junipers, oak brush, sagebrush, a few mountain cottonwoods and native grasses and plants. Water: There is an old earthen dam and historic spring located on the property. Unfortunately, due to years of owner absence, the spring is not producing and would need to be improved. Views: Marv
Mike Lewis St. James Sporting Properties