The Alta Luna (meaning High Moon in Spanish) Ranch covers a vast area of approximately 6,419± acres. The ranch headquarters is impressive, offering a wide range of improvements. The acreage has multiple water sources. Located in Game Management Unit 46. Elk herds of 200 plus have been on the ranch, with sightings of 350 class bulls.
Coyote Creek Ranch Homestead consists of 3,042± acres with Coyote Creek traversing the property. Located in Game Unit 46, known for an exceptional elk population and quality bulls, the ranch receives Elk Permits annually, adding to the outstanding recreational access on this ranch and in this region.
Jarosa Creek Ranch is an exceptionally diverse property located near Angel Fire, New Mexico. The ranch is comprised of 152± acres with both sides of Coyote Creek and Jarosa Creek giving the ranch over .5± miles of live water
360± acre Ute Creek Ranch has everything to offer the outdoorsman. The ranch Is fully fenced and cross-fenced with pastures and good grazing land for a few head of cattle or horses. The ranch accommodates over ¾ miles of year-round live water on Ute Creek.
Jicarilla Ranch is located in "Unit 2B New Mexico," the heart of monster Mule deer country. This 97± acre ranch is nearly surrounded by National Forest and close by the prestigious Jicarilla Indian Reservation.
If you're an extreme Mule Deer hunter, you've likely heard of Unit 2B in New Mexico with more Boone and Crocket entries than any other unit in the state, and the biggest tipping the scale at over 300" non-typical mule deer.
This 987± acres in the high plains of New Mexico is a very diverse piece of ground with everything from pines to pinons, mesas, and mountain views. The Sabinoso 987 Ranch offers an extremely private part of the mountain west, a place where few people venture and private living is an absolute.
Located in Unit 10, this 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.