The Black Hills Ranch is located in Las Animas County near the ranching community of Trinchera.
2,645 +/- Deeded Acres.
The Black Hills Ranch offers all of the elements a hunter would desire, being topography, habitat and abundant wildlife.
The topography of the Black Hills Ranch is diverse with elevations ranging from approximately 6,000 to 6,600 feet. The ranch has pockets of grassy open meadow country, but an estimated 70% of the property has a moderate to fairly dense canopy of juniper and pinon, offering outstanding protection for native game such as mule deer and elk. Turkey are also common in this area and are sighted at on the ranch at times.
Water is furnished by several earthen ponds, seasonal creeks and a remote spring found in the higher elevations of the ranch.
Average rainfall in this area of Colorado is approximately 15 inches per year, with the ranch receiving several feet of snow during the winter months.
Access is provided by graded county road.
The ranch is fenced and there are no structural improvements.
The Black Hills Ranch is located in Colorado Parks and Wildlife game management unit 140. The Colorado Parks and Wildlife Southeast Region, which includes Unit 140, has hunting seasons allocated for antelope, deer and elk. Unit 140 has antler restrictions on elk which require 4 points or more on one side, which aids bull elk to reach maturity and full horn growth potential. Further, being all deeded, there is no public access through the Black Hills Ranch.
Elk hunting in Unit 140 consists of an archery season, a muzzleloader season and several rifle seasons. Mule deer hunting consists of an archery season followed by multiple rifle seasons. Over the counter licenses are available for whitetail deer in Unit 140, and whitetails have been viewed frequently on the Black Hills Ranch along the creek bottoms, as well as the occasional black bear and mountain lion.
Antelope will frequent the more open prairie lands located on the northwestern portion of the property.
It is seldom we list a good hunting ranch for under $2,000,000, and if a property of this size fits your pocketbook, you should give the Black Hills Ranch serious consideration.
The Black Hills Ranch is economically priced at $725 per acre.
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