Sand Point Ranch, straddling the Rio Blanco and Routt County line in Northwest Colorado, encompasses over 3,000 acres of Rocky Mountain terrain. Consisting of a mixture of conifer and deciduous forests interrupted by open parks and an alpine stream, the ranch epitomizes a Colorado high mountain ranch. Sand Point ranch has traditionally been used for sheep and cattle grazing, irrigated native grass hay production and big game hunting. A long national forest boundary on the Rio Blanco side of the ranch provides access to the Routt National Forest, the Flattops Wilderness and the White River National Forest. Located in a prime area for recreation, the ranch is easily accessible via year-round maintained county road. Commercial and private jet service is within 30 miles as is the world-class skiing, boutique shopping, and fine dining in Steamboat Springs.