Upper Trail Creek Ranch is 722 acres of sportsman’s paradise. The ranch has access to the adjacent Bureau of Lands Management Lands which is adjacent to Routt National Forrest and the adjacent Radium State Wildlife Area for hunting, horseback riding, and ATVing. The ranch also has access to the Colorado River in Radium and hundreds of miles of ATV trails.
Trail Creek runs through the property for over 4400 feet and provides ample watering opportunities for wildlife. The wildlife habitat on this property is very diverse from the wide-open sagebrush meadows to the irrigated meadows and up into the dark timber.
The ranch does have 3 CFS of water in the Tyler Ditch out of Trail Creek, Tributary to the Colorado River Priority number 226 Adjudication date 11/10/1913. The ranch has exceptional views down the Trail Creek Valley to the Colorado River Drainage to the east.
This is a phenomenal hunting property that’s well known for the third and fourth season mule deer migration as well as access into what’s know in the area as the Honey Hole for Rocky Mountain Elk. Access to this property year-round could be possible with some road improvements.
Upper Trail Creek is located less than 50 miles from Vail, Colorado, and less than 45 miles from the commercial and private air services located at the Eagle Regional Airport.
The Upper Trail 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.