This ranch, located westerly of Cedaredge, Colorado, is one of the best hunting ranches that I have visited in quite some time! An end of the road property that is mostly surrounded by BLM lands gives a buyer of this land a great feeling of solitude and peace of mind. Entry to those same BLM lands surrounding this ranch makes it difficult for other hunters or people in general to hunt in the surrounding government owned land. Owning this property gives the added usage of thousands of acres of land free where you can ride horseback for many miles. It appears that three small streams dissect this property, thus attracting a great deal of wildlife. Approximately 30 to 40 acres have been fenced off which surrounds fields planted into alfalfa and other grasses. Also, a decent sized pond is within this boundary. Another small pond sits just outside this fenced in area. While inspecting this property, elk and deer tracks were everywhere, as well as bear signs including scat and tracks. Wild turkeys with little fear were walking around the ponds during my visit and answered my whistles with gobbles. With the abundance of wildlife you will never be bored. A blind has been set up on a rim overlooking these fields that allows a person the opportunity to see wildlife any tine of the day. I have looked at many properties over time and have found few that are comparable in location and convenience. Ground cover is mostly pinion/juniper, oak brush and some sage brush. With availability of water, cottonwoods also grow in abundance along these streams. The alfalfa fields attract all of the grazing animals thus allowing for the viewing of wildlife an easy proposition. There are thousands of acres to explore above the ranch, including running springs and old trails, perhaps used by early Americans, that are very interesting. You will have many interesting adventures on and off of this property. The improvements are of little or no value, although the location is great with a backdrop of large rock formations. Expansive views of the lower valley are spectacular! The entry roads are gravel and well maintained and appear to be useful all year, however there may be times that snow could block entry.