Dominated by views of the 11,500-foot mountain that is its namesake, Pyramid Peak Ranch between Steamboat Springs and the Flat Tops Wilderness Area contains 2,579 deeded acres of Colorado’s choicest high county. At the end of the road, and bordering 4.8 miles of Routt National Forest, Pyramid Peak Ranch is a very private piece of prime elk and mule deer habitat, with a blend of grass meadows, aspen, and dark timber throughout. Access to the National Forest creates a vast playground perfect for big game hunters, hikers, anglers, and snowshoers who favor getting away from the crowds. Two miles of Bunker Creek are native cutthroat trout habitat, and water rights are sufficient for irrigating 395 acres of lush hay meadows. Cattle and/or sheep grow fat on the ranch in the summer, and hunters enjoy the lodge and guest home on the property in the fall. Excellent County roads reach the Yampa Valley Regional Airport, about 30 minutes distant, and the famed resort community of Steamboat Springs, only about an hour away.
Harrigan Land Company represented the buyer.