Embedded remotely in picturesque mountainous terrain, this property is beautifully timbered with Colorado blue spruce, aspen and pine. Open meadows are adorned with wildflowers in the summer and two creek branches cross the property and meet at a fork. Bugle Bluff, a magnificent rock outcropping where bull elk bugle during rut, is visible from the cabin deck. Wildlife, including resident elk, deer, bear and moose, drink at the creek just across the meadow in front of the cabin. There are abundant turkey, ptarmigan and blue grouse as well. A nearby outbuilding securely houses a 5,000-gallon water storage tank into which ice-cold water is pumped from a deep well. This building, with ramp entry, is used to store ATVs and snowmobiles and also serves as a bunkhouse and hobby shop. Hiking, camping, hunting, horseback riding, snowshoeing, snowmobiling and exploring the vast adjacent public land is enjoyed year around on and from this fenced property. Downhill skiing is just 90 minutes away and access to trophy river and lake fishing is within easy 20 to 40 minute drives away. By virtue of its sizable land area, the property is eligible for Colorado State Landowner Preference Permits for big game hunting within the highly-desired (but restricted draw-only) hunting unit (GMU 66). Its immediate adjacency to vast BLM, national forest, and wilderness areas contributes greatly to its exceptionally high recreational quality. The 260 acres is made up of two parcels (180 acres and 80 acres) separated by a narrow strip of BLM land and is isolated by locked gates during hunting seasons.