Colorado Hunting Ranches For Sale
Nestled between notorious fourteeners and renowned mountain towns lie some of the best Colorado hunting ranches the Centennial State has to offer. Boasting world-class deer and elk hunting, along with other unique game, our team at Harrigan Land Company has Colorado hunting ranches for sale that fit all of your outdoor recreational wants and needs. From quiet, lesser-known corners of the Northern Colorado Rocky Mountains, to acreage minutes away from some of Western Colorado’s best ski-resorts, Harrigan Land’s Colorado hunting ranches are perfect for seasoned hunters, beginners, or those just looking for their own mountain escape. Why Buy A Hunting Ranch in Colorado? A Colorado hunting property offers buyers two opportunities: An alternative form of investment The chance to hunt your own private ranch with no hunting pressure
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.”
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.
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.
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.
Steamboat Springs, Colorado$14,750,000 || 797 acres
Sky River Ranch
“Magnificent” well describes both the setting and the remarkable home of Sky River Ranch, on the Elk River north of Steamboat Springs. The trout-filled Elk River runs through this this 797-acre property, home to large numbers of 14- to 18-inch brown and rainbow trout that entice even the most discriminating fly angler.
Creede, Colorado$13,750,000 || 600 acres
Located in a beautiful broad valley at 8,900 in the San Juan Mountains, Broadacres Ranch was established in 1892 and is approximately 600 acres of meadows and riparian woodland straddling both sides of the Rio Grande about 5 miles southwest of Creede.
Pagosa Springs, Colorado$10,750,000 || 760 acres
Hidden Lake Ranch
Set in the scenic foothills of the San Juans at about 9000 feet, Hidden Lake Ranch contains about three miles of improved stream that is favored by brown and rainbow trout that grow in excess of 20 inches.
Steamboat Springs, Colorado$8,400,000 || 748 acres
Royal Springs Ranch
Located only 30 miles south of Steamboat Springs, Royal Springs Ranch sits in the middle of prime elk habitat. Its 748 deeded acres and 640 leased acres encompass everything a trophy bull elk would love. A luxurious two-story home with 5 bedrooms is the hub of the ranch, with first-class views in every direction.
Creede, Colorado$7,950,000 || 241 acres
Broadacres Ranch – Rio Grande Tract
Broadacres Ranch, established in 1892, is approximately 241 acres of meadows and riparian woodland straddling both sides of the Rio Grande about 5 miles southwest of Creede.
Steamboat Springs, Colorado$7,750,000 || 2,579 acres
Pyramid Peak Ranch
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.
Collbran, Colorado$6,750,000 || 1720 acres
Grove Creek Ranch
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.