Iron Mountain Ranch Wyoming: Under one hour north of Cheyenne lies one of Wyoming’s legendary ranches, equally famed for its history, cattle production, big game and fishing. Iron Mountain Ranch, once the stomping grounds of gunman Tom Horn, is 20,000 acres (15,184 deeded) of some of the best-watered grasslands in this part of the state. With over 30 square miles to its credit, Iron Mountain Ranch affords exceptional privacy and a well-managed ecosystem suited to a big game or cattle operation of the highest quality.
The topography of Iron Mountain is foothills terrain, with rolling grassland hills punctuated with limestone outcroppings, sagebrush and occasional pines. Located at an average elevation of about 7000 feet, the ranch avoids the extreme heat of summer and the extreme cold of winter, ideal conditions for thriving herds of cattle, mule and whitetail deer, elk, pronghorn and big horn sheep.