With over 2800 acres to its credit, Sybille Ranch north of Laramie, Wyoming, is an ideal haven for elk, pronghorn, and trout. Sportsmen with an eye toward an unspoiled and undeveloped piece of the Laramie Mountains with underutilized hunting and fishing resources would do well to have Sybille Ranch in their sights. With great year-round access and power nearby, this property begs for the addition of a cabin or lodge to transform it into a retreat to satisfy the hunter and angler in search of a remarkable Wyoming retreat unscathed by the passage of time.
The southern end of the Laramie Mountains is a mix of rolling grasslands, picturesque granite outcrops, and occasional groves of limber pine. Sybille Ranch, at about 7500 feet, includes all of these features, plus over 3 miles of Middle Sybille Creek, which is key to the big game and the trout that live here. Three reservoirs along the creek and numerous other springs and seeps serve as permanent water sources for large herds of both pronghorn and elk. Hunting is consistently good for both of these species on the ranch, with herds of elk frequently numbering in the hundreds. Over the counter cow elk tags make annual success a virtual certainty.