The Cochetopa Dome CabinPrivate mountain tranquility surrounds The Cochetopa Dome cabin's +/- 53 deeded acre park-like setting. This private, seasonal offering is located between the towns of Gunnison to the North and Saquache to the south and is accessed along Highway 114, considered to be one of the most scenic highways in all of Colorado. The Gunnison Regional Airport and the world class skiing of Crested Butte are a short 40 and 75 minute drive away and the endless recreational adventures are steps from the cabin's back door. Improvements: The off grid, solar powered 896 sf cabin is fully furnished, livable and mostly complete with a large, picturesque bedroom overlooking the Cochetopa landscape. A four person sleeping loft, bathroom with shower, two kitchens and a living room make for a comfortable hunting or family recreational escape. There are two garage spaces for your atvs, skis, snowmobiles, tack and gear and the second kitchen could be transformed into another private bedroom suite. The well, underground propane and water storage tanks, and back up generator round out the total off-grid package. At one time, a main house/ hunting lodge was permitted and planned for a bluff on the property with panoramic views of the Cochetopa Dome, Sawtooth Mountain and the La Garita range. Land/ Access: The Cochetopa Dome Cabin is a breathtaking 40 minute drive south from Gunnison along Highway 114 between Gunnison and Saguache. The +/- 53 acres is at 9500ft elevation and is absolutely serene with a seasonal creek, pine and aspen pockets surrounded with views of grass filled meadows, Cochetopa Dome and the La Garita Range. The Cabin is easily accessed via a county road in the summer and by snowmobile in the winter. The Cochetopa Dome Cabin adjoins BLM land and The Gunnison National Forest providing thousands of wide open acres and abundant recreational opportunities. Hunting:The Cochetopa caldera was the ancient hunting ground of the Ute Indians. Healthy herds of mule deer and elk as well as pronghorn and Rocky Mountain big horn sheep surround the property in GMU 67, known for high harvest rates and quality animals. A seasonal creek runs just steps from the cabin, providing live water and nutrient rich grass for wildlife. Thousands of acres of BLM and National Forest land abut the Cochetopa Dome Cabin's property making the recreation rare and seemingly endless. If you are looking for seclusion and privacy with excellent hunting and recreation, call or email Chadwell Miller for a private showing on this once in a lifetime opportunity. Co Brokers welcome.