Froze Creek Hunting Ground
Froze Creek Hunting Ground is 116 Acres of open land that has Frozen Creek running through it to the south and borders 640 acres of State land to the north of the property.
Froze Creek Hunting Ground is just that! A big draw with tall pines and the shorter pinons and buck brush that offer great shelter for the elk and they love to hang out in there! I saw fresh tracks in the new snow the day I went out to take my photos. And my pictures do not do the property justice! Absolutely breathtaking views from this property! Almost the entire Sangre De Cristo mountain range spans 180 degrees from the south to the west and on to the north! Looking south you can almost see to New Mexico! On a clear day you'll see the Spanish Peaks to the south and the Collegiate Peaks to the north west! As you look southeast you will see the towering snow-capped Greenhorns! In the foreground you can almost feel the muscled rolling landscape as it opens it's self up to tall prairie grass waving in the breeze... It's hard for me to explain the feeling you get from breathing in these huge views!
Hunting and Fishing
This property is in GMU 84.
Sangre De Cristo Mountain Range has 52 high-country lakes with decent trail for walking or horse-back.
The Arkansas River is about 45 minutes from the property. So if you are a fly fisherman or want to try your hand at it, this river will get you in the money!
This property is off the grid and one could live a self-sustaining lifestyle in quiet solitude. And the historic town of Westcliffe is about 25 minutes away. Westcliffe offer everything one needs to sustain life! Come take a ride with me to experience all this property has to offer!