The Mantle Ranch is 525 acres of spectacularly remote landscape surrounded by the largest National Monument in Colorado. The ranch is a living display of time – human and geologic. It is wild, scenic, remote and rich in history. Consisting of two non-contiguous parcels, the ranch has continuously operated as a horse and cattle ranch for the last hundred years. The lower acreage is just over 5,100 feet in elevation and is known as The Mantle Ranch parcel; lush irrigated meadows flank the Yampa River here as it flows toward its confluence with the Green River about 10 miles downstream. The upper acreage, known as the Red Rock Ranch parcel, is several hundred feet higher in elevation and consists mostly of sagebrush pasture with water supplied by springs and a drilled well. Grazing rights on the adjacent public land are appurtenant and complement the livestock operation. Both parcels are accessed via seasonally maintained county roads. Located in Colorado’s largely unspoiled northwest corner, the ranch is unlike any ranch on the market today.