$6,500,000

Trapper Divide Ranch

Craig, Colorado

In the heart of this unspoiled territory lies Trapper Divide Ranch, with over 3000 nicely-blocked acres of prime elk country, and only five miles from Craig itself.

Acres: 3000

Cattle Ranch, Hunting Ranch, Recreational Ranch

$6,500,000

Acres: 3000

Cattle Ranch, Hunting Ranch, Recreational Ranch

$17,150,000

Storm King Ranch

Montrose, Colorado

Few indeed are spectacular Colorado mountain ranches that remain large, honest-to-goodness cattle and horse operations, but Storm King Ranch just south of Montrose is a rare jewel in that category.

Acres: 6600

Cattle Ranch, Fly Fishing Property, Horse Property, Hunting Ranch, Production Ranch, Recreational Ranch

$17,150,000

Acres: 6600

Cattle Ranch, Fly Fishing Property, Horse Property, Hunting Ranch, Production Ranch, Recreational Ranch

Unlisted

Ponderosa Springs Ranch

Ruidoso, New Mexico

With its solid cattle operation, significant acreage, rich history and diversity of game animals, Ponderosa Springs Ranch stands apart as one of the last great New Mexico ranches.

Acres: 16

Cattle Ranch, Hunting Ranch, Recreational Ranch

Unlisted

Acres: 16

Cattle Ranch, Hunting Ranch, Recreational Ranch

$7,790,000

Spear U Ranch

Springer, New Mexico

The sweeping grasslands of northeastern New Mexico seem to have been created with cattle ranching in mind, and the Spear U Ranch, just outside of Springer, encompasses some of the best.

Acres: 9363

Cattle Ranch, Horse Property, Hunting Ranch

$7,790,000

Acres: 9363

Cattle Ranch, Horse Property, Hunting Ranch

$6,750,000

Grove Creek Ranch

Collbran, Colorado

Located at the end of the road, this remarkably private 1720-acre refuge adjoins Grand Mesa National Forest for 2.5 miles, giving it a rare “edge-of-the-wilderness” feel, yet is readily accessible year-round to Interstate 70 and the Western Slope metropolis of Grand Junction.

Acres: 1720

Horse Property, Hunting Ranch, Recreational Ranch

$6,750,000

Acres: 1720

Horse Property, Hunting Ranch, Recreational Ranch

$1,500,000

Palmer Canyon Ranch

Wheatland, Wyoming

Only a short drive west from Wheatland, Wyoming lies the 460-acre Palmer Canyon Ranch, an unspoiled chunk of the Laramie Range with remarkable potential as a hunting and backcountry recreation base camp in one of the states top trophy elk areas, Area 7.

Acres: 450

Hunting Ranch, Recreational Ranch

$1,500,000

Acres: 450

Hunting Ranch, Recreational Ranch

$25,000,000

Lonesome Bear Ranch

Steamboat Springs, Colorado

A massive, wildlife-rich ranch situated within minutes of one of the finest ski resorts in the world sounds like a nearly unbelievable find in the twenty-first century, but the Lonesome Bear Ranch, a short drive from world-class skiing in Steamboat Springs, is no myth.

Cattle Ranch, Fly Fishing Property, Hunting Ranch

$25,000,000

Cattle Ranch, Fly Fishing Property, Hunting Ranch

$7,390,000

Rocking JR Ranch

Cody, Wyoming

With over 16,000 acres (2,795 deeded) in its domain, the Rocking JR is a strong, diversified agricultural operation with significant bonuses of wildlife and a fishery as icing on the cake.

Acres: 16000

Cattle Ranch, Horse Property, Hunting Ranch, Production Ranch

$7,390,000

Acres: 16000

Cattle Ranch, Horse Property, Hunting Ranch, Production Ranch


Pick Your Western State

We operate throughout almost all Western states in the Rocky Mountain region. Between Colorado, Montana, Utah, New Mexico, and Wyoming, there is sure to be a spot you can call your own.

Weather it’s owning an alpine legacy ranch in Colorado set at the base of a remote wilderness area home to trophy mule deer, or a large elk hunting ranch in the piñon cedar county of southwest New Mexico, or even a well balanced year-round cattle operation in Wyoming, Harrigan Land Company would love to help you make your ranch ownership dream a reality.

Most Ranches Offer More Than Hunting

While hunting might be the main decision factor in choosing your ranch, it doesn’t have to be the only thing you do on your land. Our western ranches for sale can also offer incredible fly fike your cattle to market for a pretty priceshing, as well as opportunities to run cattle, board or train horses, or, ski, snowshoe, and snowmobile, in the winter.

Choose to hunt in the fall and through the winter season, and when the snow melts and the big game herds migrate, you can wet a line in your own private mountain trout stream or look after your own cattle herd.

We Can Make Your Dreams Reality

Any serious hunter dreams of the day he can walk out of his back door straight into world-class hunting grounds and not have to worry about coming across another hunter for the rest of the day. At Harrigan Land Company, we can make that dream a reality by helping you purchase your own western hunting ranch. Escape the crowds and get back to what you love doing at your own pace, on your own time, and on your own land.

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