About this Ranch
Located in Unit 10, these vast 548± acres are perfectly situated in the center of elk country, backing up to a full section of New Mexico state ground on the west and Navajo Nation on the north and south borders. This ranch consistently draws one highly coveted bull tag a year. The ranch is made up mostly of heavy timber between the juniper and pinyon pines, and out of the north, you'll find a big arroyo that provides water seasonally. Comes with a unit-wide elk tag.
Unit 10 is a sleeper in the elk world but consistently proves to be a top producer with bulls tipping the scales between 290-340 with a handful of giants that show up. This unit is made up of 28% private ground and sits roughly 4 miles from 225,000 acres of Cibola National Forest. You'll be able to overlook the Zuni Mountains right from your property, with the elevation of the ranch starting at 7,100 feet and extending up to 7,500 feet, providing several high-country meadows for the wildlife.
Located just outside of Ramah, New Mexico that was established in 1876 to minister to the Zuni and Navajo communities. Ramah is more of a high desert that is a destination for all types of outdoor enthusiasts from hunters, hikers, rock climbers, and bicyclists. Call today for a qualified showing.