Ranch Creek Valley is a secluded 377± acre mountain ranch bordered by the United States Forest Service Indian Peaks Wilderness Area to the east and the James Peak Protection Area to the south. A true sportsmen’s paradise with abundant wildlife and big game including mule deer, elk, bear and moose along with ⅔ mile of virgin riparian Ranch Creek creating ideal habitat for Brook Trout and the native Colorado River Cutthroat Trout. The ranch also grants spectacular views of Mt. Epworth, James Peak, Byers Peak, and the Never Summer Range and all within a 15-20 minute drive to the resort towns of Fraser and Winter Park, Colorado.
Great Wildlife Habitat
Hunting & Fishing
Winter Park and the Fraser Valley is a year-round mountain destination resort in the heart of the Colorado Rocky Mountains with breathtaking scenery just 67 miles from Denver.
The resort towns of Fraser and Winter Park are tucked against the Continental Divide ensuring dependable snow all winter long and two ski resorts. Once-in-a-lifetime activities like back country snowcat ski tours, hot air ballooning, and snowmobiling all within arms reach.
Summer time here is just as beautiful as winter and offers everything from hiking and mountain biking to rafting and fishing. A great deal of locals claim, "they came for the winter, but stayed for the summer."
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