GRAZING AND HUNTING LAND: 440 acres of mountain grazing and hunting land accessed by Highway 90 west of Montrose, on the slopes of the Uncompaghre Plateau. This property is newly fenced all around with stout 4-strand barbed wire, and divided into two grazing pastures, one 200 acres and the other 240 acres. There are several ponds and springs on the property, two of which have been rebuilt and dug deep enough so that they can hold trout year-round. Hunting for mule deer is excellent on this mountain parcel, as this area has been known for its trophy mule deer for many years. This GMU 62 property can be enrolled in the landowner voucher program and should get a couple of tags a year. Elk inhabit the property as well, with good opportunities during archery and muzzleloader seasons. Bear hunting is excellent. For the small cattleman looking for mountain grazing, these two parcels will carry up to 40 pairs of cattle May to September, even later if needed. There is a small, very rudimentary cabin on the property. Access is seasonal unless you plow in the winter. No power to the site. Terrain is a mix of open meadows, sage, oak brush, pine, and a sprinkling of aspens.
|Year Built||0||Community||Iron Springs/Horsefly|
|Elementary School||Open Enrollment|
|Jr. High School||Open Enrollment|
|High School||Open Enrollment|
|LOTDESCRIPTION||Boundaries Marked, Corners Marked, Off Grid, Pastures|
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