Hunting Ranches for Sale
The Rocky Mountain region is known for several things, but one outweighs them all, and that is the access this area grants to you to world-class, outdoor recreation space. However, if you’re a hunter, you know how strong a draw this area of the country has, and you understand that with great hunting opportunities comes higher hunting pressure. We can offer a solution to escape that hunting pressure, and that solution is to own your own hunting ranch. Enjoy privacy, seclusion, and, best of all, separation from the crowds of other hunters on your own property that offers the same, if not more, opportunities to big once-in-a-lifetime game that the West is known for. At Harrigan Land, we understand the need for hunters to own their own property, and we know good hunting land when we see it. We are a team of land brokerage with decades of experience buying and selling ranches in the West. We can help you find the hunting ranch of your dreams that will put top-notch bagging opportunities right at your front doorstep.
Steamboat Springs, Colorado$33,500,000 || 10,350 acres
The 10,000-plus acre Motherwell Ranch can rightfully lay claim as one of Colorado's legendary properties.
La Veta, Colorado$25,500,000 || 17520 acres
Trophy hunting, copious water resources, mild climate, development potential, easy accessibility and proven ranching record all add up to make Citadel Ranch a rare Colorado property that truly “has it all.”
Chama, New Mexico$25,000,000 || 16309 acres
Broken Butt Ranch
Never before offered on the market, the Broken Butt Ranch easily qualifies as one of the largest remaining elk-rich mountain ranches in the state.
Steamboat Springs, Colorado$25,000,000 || 14,000 acres
Lonesome Bear Ranch
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.
Pie Town, New Mexico$21,250,000 || 50000 acres
World-class" is no exaggeration when describing the exceptional trophy elk hunting on the renowned Mangas Ranch in west-central New Mexico. On the Mangas Ranch, geography, genetics, and habitat have combined to create an entire ecosystem that produces some of the largest bull elk on the planet.
Laramie, Wyoming$20,975,000 || 26056 acres
Thunder River Ranch
"Magnificent" is the adjective that comes to mind when describing the Thunder River Ranch north of Laramie, Wyoming.
Montrose, Colorado$17,150,000 || 6600 acres
Storm King Ranch
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.
Laramie, Wyoming$17,000,000 || 13400 acres
Point of Rocks Ranch
If ever a ranch was created for world-class hunting and fishing, this is surely it. Point of Rocks Ranch is over 21 square miles (approximately 13,400 acres) of well-tendered habitat that grows elk, mule deer, pronghorn and trout of proportions that are worthy of magazine covers.
Steamboat Springs, Colorado$16,500,000 || 3745 acres
Only minutes west of Steamboat Springs, Ghost Ranch offers trophy fishing for wild rainbow and brown trout on the Yampa River, and excellent big game hunting on its 3,745 acres.
Cheyenne, Wyoming$14,750,000 || 20000 acres
Iron Mountain Ranch
Under one hour north of Cheyenne lies one of Wyoming's legendary ranches, equally famed for its history, cattle production, big game and fishing.
Glenrock, Wyoming$8,000,000 || 1785 acres
Pole Mountain Ranch
Wyoming ranches for sale: Ever since the days of the Plains Indians, the Laramie Mountains of Wyoming have been known as a place of plenty. Abundant water, grass, and big game won these rugged mountains a special place in the hearts of the Cheyenne and Shoshone tribes and the settlers that followed. Today, the Pole... Read more »
Creede, Colorado$7,950,000 || 214.6 acres
Broadacres Ranch, established in 1892, is approximately 214.6 acres of meadows and riparian woodland straddling both sides of the Rio Grande about 5 miles southwest of Creede.