Eagle Bluff Ranch
About this Ranch
Colorado Cattle Ranch in Guffey, Colorado
Just outside the unincorporated town of Guffey, Colorado, which showed its heyday between 1895 to 1902 when it was a part of the Freshwater mining district, and cattle ranching and lumber contributing to the economy, sits the Eagle Bluff Ranch. The ranch consists of 3,069± acres and has operated as a cattle ranch with hay production but has so much more to offer.
Eagle Bluff Ranch has many adjudicated springs, water rights to irrigate over a dozen hayfields, and multiple ponds. The water is key to cattle and hay production but also is important in wildlife migration. Over 3 miles of seasonal creeks and streams and dozens of ponds and small lakes can be found on the ranch. The ranch holds some historical improvements, including a small cabin. Accessibility to the ranch is year-round, running on both sides of County Road 71. The ranch has a road system throughout the property and is fully fenced and cross fenced. Topography is flat, rolling, and steep terrains with elevations ranging from 8,600 feet to over 9,600 feet. Eagle Bluff Ranch spans as far as your eyes can see from the rock bluffs with mature Aspens and Conifers to the hay meadows full of alpine native grasses.
The Ranch offers a unique opportunity to obtain significant hunting acreage in the Central Colorado mountains as well as cattle and haying operations. Located in GMU 581, the ranch is home to elk, mule deer, antelope, wild turkey, and more. It is not uncommon to see the 300+ resident elk herd and mule deer. Eagle Bluff Ranch is set up perfect for every season, from Archery with the food plots throughout the property and the heavy timber to the vast landscape for long-range shooting. The ranch sits in a significant migration area; as the seasons' progress, you'll hold and see more game. Not only is Unit 581 known for its giant bull elk, but the ranch also has several documented mule deer in the 200-220 class, along with several Boone and Crocket antelope. Eagle Bluff Ranch backs up to over 500,000± acres of public hunting land, setting up prime wildlife migration through the ranch. With the ranch’s water resources and habitat, you have the makings for a prime big game hunting ranch. Call today for your qualified showing.
1071 County Road 71
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