Located 56 miles from Vail and 70 miles from Aspen, the 1,017-acre Colorado River Ranch has it all – fishing, horseback riding, hunting, rafting, ATVing and traditional cattle ranching.
In April 2012 a group of building professionals joined forces to achieve the Owner’s mission: transform the 146 acre parcel into a year-round “playground” for adults.
Piney Valley Ranch is one of the last, and largest, working ranches in Eagle County Colorado. Being within 30 minutes of two ski resorts (Vail & Beaver Creek) makes it very unique.
Family compound/ranch house with irrigated hay/horse pasture and supporting working ranch structures. A family legacy property shared with many friends in the valley as well.
A cooperative management approach among private, federal and state land managers that set a new paradigm for western range management.
A true timber frame constructed home on this beautiful ranch property located just 30 minutes from downtown Edmonton. This property comes complete with an indoor one lane lap pool and a garage sized to house two cars and one Zamboni. The owners had different inspirations for the build; she grew up at a ski resort … Continued
Impeccably managed/maintained working cattle and hay production ranch with a conservation easement held by Colorado Cattleman’s Agricultural Land Trust. Designed & built multiple structures including: Ranch manager’s house, cookhouse, bunkhouses, horse barn/events center, mechanic shop, equipment storage facility, and owner’s residence.
A working cattle ranch in North Central Colorado at an altitude of 8,300 feet on the eastern slope of the Park Range Mountains, this ranch features 30 miles of private headwaters of the North Fork of the North Platte River.
When the excavator pulled up that first massive bone, the whole game changed. What began as a simple reservoir enlargement and wetland mitigation project for the Town of Snowmass, Colorado, became a national sensation after the Denver Museum and National Geographic got their heads around the significance of the site. The Town switched gears and … Continued
With 1/3 mile of Chalk Creek fly fishing water and several beaver ponds, Wellspring Ranch is tucked away near the San Isabel National Forest. Buildings include: lodge, main cabin, guest cabin, and Solitude cabin. All are reclaimed, relocated, restored historic log structures.