The family homestead of Lake Las Vegas developer Ronald Boeddeker, Cross Mountainâ€™s 56,000Â± deeded acres and 168,000Â± leased acres were once home to Ute Indians. It now hosts North Americaâ€™s largest elk herd. The ranch consists of two distinct ecosystems spanning four counties. The Upper Ranch with alpine landscapes includes the historic Pyramid Peak Guest Ranch, a former stagecoach stop at the base of the 13,000-foot Pyramid Peak. The Lower Ranch, with lush meadows and pastures fed by the Yampa River, includes the historic Victorian Sevens Ranch. â€œCross Mountain Ranch is an incredible legacy ranch and investment,â€ says listing broker Ken Mirr of Mirr Ranch Group. â€œOn their own, components such as water rights, hunting and recreation offerings, and agricultural operations make for a strong investment opportunity. But linked together, as they are at Cross Mountain Ranch, they create a property with invaluable potential. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to purchase one of the most significant and diverse properties in the West.â€
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