The Upper Sheep Creek Ranch is a very well-watered, 892-acre recreational ranch property located less than 55 miles from Vail, Colorado, and less than 45 miles to the regional Airport in Eagle, Colorado.
The ranch has excellent habitat for Rocky Mountain Elk, Mule Deer, Moose, and Black bear as well as over 6,320 feet of Sheep Creek and over 3,000 feet of a tributary to Little Blacktail Creek. The ranch would make an excellent high country retreat for families or hunters and has several excellent locations for a backcountry cabin. The ranch is unencumbered by conservation easements and has access to adjacent Bureau of Land Management Lands which are adjacent to Routt National Forest as well adjacent Radium State Wildlife Areas and access to the Colorado River in Radium.
The recreational opportunities for the ranch include big game hunting, fishing, ATVing, horseback riding, mountain biking, hiking, snowshoeing, and snowmobiling.
The Upper Sheep Creek Ranch is located between the small mountain towns of Bond and McCoy, Colorado. McCoy, Colorado is a short 20-mile drive from the I-70 corridor and is only 41 miles from Vail, Colorado and the world-class Vail Resorts. Steamboat Springs, an internationally known winter ski resort town, is less than 60 miles from the ranch.
There are commercial and private air services located at the Eagle Regional Airport located just 40 miles from the ranch.