Wolf Springs Ranch is one of Colorados largest ranches, nestled under the high peaks of Colorados Sangre de Cristo Mountains and extending across both Huerfano and Custer counties. Wolf Springs Ranch is its own vista, with 85 square miles of deeded ground rising from valley floors at elevations of between 7,500 and 9.500 feet, boasting 18,800 acres of the Sangre de Cristo Wilderness area. This ranchs vast terrain varies from Pine-timbered canyons to Pinon-dotted mesas to rolling grass plains, providing the ideal habitat for all types of Colorado wildlife as well as cattle, bison and horses. This historic and iconic ranch provides some of the finest big game, elk & deer hunting the American West has to offer, with an estimated resident elk herd of over 1,000 in residence across the acreage. The ranch is a true sportsmans paradise as is currently enrolled in the Colorado Parks and Wildlifes Ranching for Wildlife program, which allows the ranch to set its own hunting seasons and weapons preferences with guaranteed licenses. Conveniently located in south-central Colorado, Wolf Springs delivers the best of both worlds easy access to community amenities and a sense of infinite privacy. A 15-minute commute from cockpit to ranch, Wolf Springs lies 16 miles south of the mountain town of Westcliff, Colorado, which hosts the jet-capable Silver West Airports 7,000X55 paved air strip at 8,300 of elevation. With over 55,486 deeded acres, this premier western legacy ranch represents opportunity to purchase a working ranch with an expansive western skyline that inspires the feeling of owning everything the light touches. Based on its extensive scope of resources and capital improvements, this vast western ranch boasts the capability to function as a profitable working ranch, with world-class horse facilities, state-of-the-art bison and beef handling operations, 4 guest homes as part of the main lodging complex, a modest owners home, numerous homes for ranch management and staff, 3 remote mountain cabins as well as multiple equipment facilities and barns. All hunting areas and facilities are accessible via an exceptionally well-maintained network of roads and trails.