Ryman Canyon Ranch Trophy Mule Deer, Elk & Return on Investment The Montezuma and Dolores County areas of Southwest Colorado are world-renowned for trophy class Mule Deer and the 368-acre (+/-) Ryman Canyon Ranch delivers. Record book Rocky Mountain Elk have also been documented. The property is located just outside the farming town of Pleasant View and allows an owner to hunt and recreate on both exceptional private and adjoining public lands. The moderate elevation of 7,000 feet allows year-round accessibility. Immediate surrounding area farms contain some of the most fertile ground in the state. The ranch qualifies for Landowner Preference Mule Deer tags. Colorado Game Management Unit (GMU) 711 is an over-the-counter area for Elk (archery and two rifle seasons). Ryman Canyon directly adjoins the 1.8-million-acre San Juan National Forest along the northeast boundary. From the ranch, the San Juan National Forest is also bound by the Dolores River State Wildlife Area and thousands of acres of BLM lands. Additional recreational amenities include; Mesa Verde National Park, McPhee Reservoir and Recreation Area, Narraguinnep Reservoir and the Canyons of the Ancients. Previous ownership has already incurred the costs in subdividing and extending utilities into a gated 35-acre (+/-) lot development, restricting public access and providing the discerning buyer with a future sell-out strategy. Ryman Canyon Ranch offers a unique combination of big game hunt ability, investment potential and virtually endless recreational amenities. Call or email for additional information or to schedule a qualified showing. Co-brokers welcome.