Colorado Mountain recreational property with irrigated meadows and GMU 521 big game hunting
This mountain recreation property is located within 40 minutes of the town of Highway 133, which leads to Paonia Colorado. It has good seasonal road access even with a 2WD vehicle and is accessible by snow machine or other tracked vehicle in the winter. Lots of wildlife are home to this area as it is in GMU 521. It provides excellent mule deer and elk hunting and borders USFS National Forest. At 155 Acres, this property will ensure you have no close neighbors.
Along with beautiful mountain views, this secluded property offers open meadows, aspen and spruce trees along with oak brush. The property has slopes and rolling hills but here are several nice building sites to choose from if you wish to build a nice mountain cabin as well as a nice spot to build a pond.
With approximately 20 irrigated acres and 3.5 CFS of the Wade-Allen ditch it provides good grazing for cattle, horses or sheep and is fully fenced with good fencing. Hubbard Creek runs through the property so there is live water for livestock.
This recreation property allows for hiking, fishing, horseback riding, and 4-wheeling as well as hunting and also comes free of any covenants or consevations easements. There are a couple private land access easments for the nearby land owners but no public easements.