Comer’s Hideaway Ranch offers the opportunity to own 320 private acres of some of Colorado’s finest big game hunting grounds. Rolling hills, Aspen groves, dark timber and more than a mile of creek-side and riparian areas characterize this extensive ranch. Creeks include: Trail Creek, Sheep Creek and a tributary to Little Blacktail Creek.
Located just 45 miles from Vail’s world-class skiing and resort amenities and 65 miles from skiing, boating, hiking and biking in Steamboat Springs, Comer’s Hideaway Ranch offers the best of both worlds: Secluded ranch living within the Rocky Mountain’s forests and streams, with nearby access to cultural, recreational and community events in Vail and Steamboat.
The ranch is adjacent to Colorado State Land, Bureau of Land Management Land and the Routt National Forest, making it literally the perfect “hideaway” to immerse yourself in nature and surround yourself among wildlife, which roam the expansive territory.
Wildlife and Recreation
Comer’s Hideaway is located in Game Management unit 15 in the southwest corner of Grand County. The mountainous elevation ranges from 9,200 feet to over 9,600 feet. Wild animals — large and small — thrive within the Aspen, Blue Spruce, Douglas Fir and Lodgepole Pine forests of Comer’s Hideaway. Three drainages and associated beaver ponds, all which run through the property for over a mile, provide ample water for livestock and wildlife. These lush creek beds, along with the heavily wooded cover, abundant grasses and plentiful watering opportunities throughout the 320 acres, provide a pristine habitat for several big game species, including Mule Deer, Elk, Moose, Bear and Mountain Lion.
Close to Recreational Activities in Vail and Steamboat
Comer’s Hideaway Ranch is located between the small mountain towns of Bond and McCoy, Colorado. Bond is an intimate town, located along a portion of the Colorado River used for kayaking, rafting and fly-fishing. McCoy is a ranching community, which lies between Vail and Steamboat. From Comer’s Hideaway near McCoy, it’s a short, 20-mile drive to the I-70 corridor. Both Vail and Steamboat Springs are internationally renowned ski resort towns, the furthest of which is no more than 65 miles from the ranch.
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