The contiguous 24,337 acre Rudio Mountain Ranch is located in Grant County, Oregon, between the North Fork John Day and the John Day River drainages, and near the riverfront communities of Dayville and Kimberly. Ranch ownership extends approximately 14 miles from northwest to southeast and contains ridgetops of Rudio Mountain at over 5700. Highlights include the headwaters of Rudio Creek - a tributary of the John Day River - numerous springs, stock ponds, and over 25 miles of year-round and seasonal creeks, some that are both fish-bearing and tributaries to the John Day River. This mountain ranch is one of Oregons largest timber parcels with over 21,980 acres of timberlands. The primary tree species are Ponderosa Pine, Douglas Fir and Western Larch. The topography is spectacular, filled with ridgetops, grass meadows, and some of the best elk and deer hunting in the western US.