The family homestead of Lake Las Vegas developer Ronald Boeddeker, Cross Mountain’s 56,000± deeded acres and 168,000± leased acres were once home to Ute Indians. It now hosts North America’s largest elk herd. The ranch consists of two distinct ecosystems spanning four counties. The Upper Ranch with alpine landscapes includes the historic Pyramid Peak Guest Ranch, a former stagecoach stop at the base of the 13,000-foot Pyramid Peak. The Lower Ranch, with lush meadows and pastures fed by the Yampa River, includes the historic Victorian Sevens Ranch. “Cross Mountain Ranch is an incredible legacy ranch and investment,” says listing broker Ken Mirr of Mirr Ranch Group. “On their own, components such as water rights, hunting and recreation offerings, and agricultural operations make for a strong investment opportunity. But linked together, as they are at Cross Mountain Ranch, they create a property with invaluable potential. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to purchase one of the most significant and diverse properties in the West.”
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