The Shirttail Creek Ranch is nestled in a hidden valley at the base of a large mountain and contains 2,021 acres, with timber and springs. From big game wintering range, to higher elevation timber, this property boasts a variety of habitats rarely seen on ranches of this size. Historically, this property has been a productive Mule deer location and over the past decade, elk numbers have dramatically increased. This property is eligible for 3 landowner preference tags for deer and elk. Upland game bird hunting opportunities include Chukar, grouse and quail. Surrounding the home are large open fields where the big game animals spend their winter months. The property is adjacent to both public and private land with several thousand acres of private land being contiguous. The topography on the ranch has a natural flow for livestock, with draws leading the animals up to higher elevation in the summer and natural trails leading them back to headquarters in the winter. Access to Ontario, Baker City and Boise is quickly accomplished with a 10 minute drive to the interstate. Boise, Idaho, which has a commercial airport, is only 99 miles away. It is the variety of wildlife, habitat, seclusion and immediate access to an interstate that make this ranch such an outstanding opportunity.