Sprawling over 1,353+ contiguous, conserved and breathtaking acres, Broken Wagon Ranch is the perfect place to rest your wagon and explore a Colorado mountain paradise. The astonishing views of majestic Pikes Peak will stop you in your tracks. You will find remnants of the Colorado Midland Railway dating back to the 1800s, a historical flag-stop known as the townsite of Edlowe (now abandoned). On the property was also one of the first snow-skiing facilities complete with a ski jump and runs. The early stewards of Broken Wagon Ranch saw the values of ranching, forestry, agriculture and water conservation and ensured these concepts would be preserved for years to come by placing it in a conservation easement long before it was a popular notion. This rich landscape is painted with stands of colorful aspens, conifer pines and rolling grasslands. The ranch offers a diverse habitat for wildlife including; trophy elk, mule deer, black bear, coyote, badger, bobcat, mountain lion, bald and golden eagle, turkey and horned owl. Two creeks cross the property Trout Creek provides irrigation to 55+ acres of meadow that produce approximately 1 ton of hay per year and Williams Creek provides water for a 3 +/- acre lake named Lake Beatrice. There are also several springs and small ponds dotting the ranch. All existing water rights will transfer. Operating as a cattle ranch averaging 60-75 head, improvements include a barn, corrals, complete perimeter fencing, other outbuildings, a rustic two-bedroom cabin overlooking Lake Beatrice and two small rental homes. There are endless building sites positioned to take in the magnificent views of Pikes Peak. Brimming with outdoor recreation and privacy, Broken Wagon Ranch is a harmonious blend of attributes and vivid scenery promoting life in the Colorado mountains western style!