Bordered by the free flowing Elk River, Steamboat River Ranch is 490 acres of prime irrigated and grazing land just outside Steamboat Springs, Colorado. Luxury improvements are clustered in traditional ranch style with multiple buildings scattered along the cottonwood lined river corridor. Access to the National Forest is across the county road and the ranch is 5 paved miles from town. With nearly 2 miles of live water, Routt National Forest access and close proximity to quaint shops, fine dining and world class skiing, the Steamboat River Ranch strikes the perfect balance of productive ranchland, quality improvements and first rate recreational amenities.
Dunckley Flattops Ranch is a 1,268+/- acre working cattle and hunting ranch located 35 miles southwest of Steamboat Springs. The ranch consists of two sets of working facilities; new improvements include perimeter and cross fencing, several large ag buildings and pipe corrals with good water distribution. The ranch is rich in history - the site of the Dunkley (sic) post office built in 1900 - with water rights dating back to some of the original area settlers. Direct access on USFS Trail 1111 at the southern end of the ranch leads to the Dunkley Flattops, a geologically unique range characterized by flat mountains loaded with dense forests, open meadows, streams and lakes. 150+/- acres on the ranch are irrigated native hay meadows; the balance is a good mixture of ridges and valleys that support livestock and big game. The Dunckley Flattops Ranch is a year-round cattle and hunting ranch with the right proportion of hay production, water and grazing preferred in a quality ranch.
The Hatt Ranch is 580 acres in the Steamboat-Vail corridor. Located 45 scenic miles south of Steamboat Springs, the ranch has easy, year-round access. The front gate is less than a mile off of paved State Highway 131 on a well maintained gravel road. Approximately 180 acres are irrigated and King Creek flows through 2 miles of the ranch. A reservoir is under construction and will provide storage water for irrigation and stockwater. The ranch is ideal for a livestock operation and has eye-popping views of the Flattops to the west and the rugged Gore Ranch in the distance to the east. Bordering thousands of acres of public BLM land, the property is well-located for big-game hunting, riding and hiking. With easy access, stunning scenery, productive meadows and so many recreational opportunities, the Hatt Ranch is well priced for the ranch land buyer.