This 320 acre parcel is a hunter's paradise. Located in GMU 58, this top shelf hunting property controls access to thousands of acres of very private BLM land. This limited draw area is home to an abundance of excellent quality elk. It is not uncommon to see elk herds of 200-300 head on the ranch, including heavy horned bulls measuring over 350 inches. Trophy quality mule deer also frequent the ranch along with black bear, antelope, and merriam turkeys. The property is located just 1 hour west of Colorado Springs and the same distance from Canon City, Colorado, which makes it a desirable off grid property with easy access to modern luxuries. Colorado Springs is the second most populous city next to Denver and offers an abundance of amenities including it's own national airport. Canon City, on the other hand, is much smaller and more low keyed with restaurants and shopping along with the coveted mountain feel. Nearby Highway 9 offers easy access to Denver, which is a short 2 hour drive away. The county roads are well maintained making the ranch accessible most of the year barring large snow storms. The terrain consists of excellent aspen meadows and pine covered habitat with good water to support the wildlife. It is absolutely the best small acreage elk hunting property I have ever seen. The ranch is in a conservation easement for limited development, which allows for a home or cabin to be built on the property. As you look at the mapping, you will soon see why the property lives so big. It truly is the gateway to the north side of Waugh Mountain and the range behind the neighboring Stirrup Ranch. Public access behind the property is very difficult which gives you privacy and seclusion. Great views of Pikes Peak and the Collegiate Mountain Range are also visible from high points on the property. If you are looking for a top of the line private hunting ranch with access to untouched BLM land then look no further. Call Dax Hayden for a tour today.