The China Wall Ranch, located in scenic Sybille Canyon, Wyoming, is made up of two parcels totaling 8,136+/- acres. The diverse topography of the ranch ranges from high rolling hills to deep canyons with cottonwood lined creek bottoms. With 6,535+\- deeded acres, 551 State of Wyoming lease acres and 1,051 Bureau of Land Management lease acres the ranch is divided into 6 different pastures. Water is abundant on the ranch with various year round springs as well as a pipeline feeding various water tanks. The North Sybille Creek runs through 2 miles of the western part of the property and School Creek runs through 2 miles of the eastern part of the ranch. Trout can be found in both creeks. There is also a stocked trout lake on the ranch. Mule deer, antelope, and bighorn sheep are plentiful on the ranch. The ranch lies on the southern border of the ever so popular area 7 elk hunting unit and is starting to see more and more elk every year. Historically the ranch has been used for summer pasture for 275-300 pairs or up to 500 yearlings. Improvements on the ranch include several small garages and a 3-bedroom house. Rarely in recent years has a ranch in Sybille Canyon of this size come on the market.