Walton Ranch, situated in the shadow of Wyoming’s magnificent Grand Teton Mountain Range, is one of the most exquisite, authentic working cattle ranches in the American West today. The 1,848-acre ranch has its own resident elk herd, which can be seen on the property daily, and is home to deer, eagles and bears. The three miles of Snake River running along the ranch’s western boundary supports native and resident trophy rainbow and brown trout.
Nestled in the middle of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, this area is densely populated with many rare and spectacular wildlife species including elk, moose, mule deer, grizzly and black bears, mountain goat, antelope, bighorn sheep, foxes, coyotes, eagles, great owls, mountain lions and wolves.
Its proximity to Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks offers a wide array of recreational opportunities, from mountaineering and fly-fishing to white-water rafting, wildlife expeditions, and hiking.
Surrounded by natural beauty, Walton Ranch offers a rare opportunity to own a sizable ranch in one of the most sought after locations in the world.
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November 23, 2011 by Land Report Editors
Filed under Agriculture, Cattle, Conservation, Developers, Farming, Feature, Field Reporters, Hunting, Public Land, Recreation, Residential Property, Water, West, Wyoming
Jackson Land and Cattle Ranch is a remarkably beautiful 1,750± acre ranch literally on the edge of the town of Jackson, Wyoming. Known as the premier resort community in the Rocky Mountain West, Jackson Land and Cattle Ranch takes full advantage of the most magnificent views for which the area is so famous. This is arguably Jackson’s most desirable ranch that remains essentially unencumbered by development restrictions.
This ranch is the finest offering available in arguably the nicest resort communities in the country. Its world-class cutting horse and cattle operation is situated in the most remarkable setting one could ever hope to find. Large productive hay meadows and pastures span the valley floor and give way to hills and mountains covered by large aspen groves and dense green timber slopes that provide exceptional habitat to the abundant wildlife. Three large trout-filled ponds have been developed close to the equestrian center and a beautiful spring creek meanders down through the valley. The backdrop is the famous Teton Range with its centerpiece, the Grand, in full view from the ranch.
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