Taos Range Ranch, +/- 322 Acres, is an absolutely gorgeous BLM inholding that all others are compared to! The Range is one of the sweetheart properties that can be found only by accident. Taos Range Ranch is located in Taos County, approximately 2.5 miles from paved access with 2 different BLM routes to the property. This very exclusive inholding, comprising of +/- 322 acres, is surrounded by +/- 245,000 acres of public land overlooking the Rio Grand Gorge. The Range has not been enrolled in ANY conservation easement programs. Due to the massive native Pinion Pine Grove on The Range, some approaching 500 years old, it has been awarded by the state as New Mexicos only USDA Wild Crop Certification. The Range draws an annual landowner authorization bull elk tag in coveted BGU 50. The mule deer population is significant and tags are unlimited landowner tags. The property has an excellent well (30 GPM) keeping a 300 gallon wildlife watering tank full, meadows seeded with native grass plots, 2 tripod stands and some of the best game documentation of trophy bull elk, mule deer, pronghorn antelope & some of the largest Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep one will ever find. Merriam's Turkeys, coyotes, bobcats and the occasional mountain lion are seen passing through. Millions of acres of adjacent BLM roads, and beyond that the Carson National Forest, to hike or play with the family ATVs or Side-by-Sides. This family getaway and playground is turnkey, with a existing 25 ft. Arctic Fox travel trailer (2002) with covered deck, a separate bedroom with queen bed, a full bath, hot and cold running water, 1000 gallon buried water tank/lines, 2 solar panels, microwave, refrigerator, furnace, and sleeps six. Taos Range Ranch is a full off-grid facility, hosting what most sportsmen only dream of in an exceptional hunting adventure property. The ranch and surrounding terrain is rolling mesas with views to the Colorado peaks, the Rockies, the Rio Grande Gorge, the Ute Mountain Wilderness, some Ponderosa and pine forest ridges, massive and tall 500 year-old Pinon Trees, 1,000 year-old Juniper and rolling sage and mixed grasses meadows. There are the remains of a pre-historic pit house to explore and also a 150 foot massive rock dam that may be more than 100 years old. Its not difficult to relax with a novel on your deck and reminisce about what attracted great artists like Georgia OKeefe to north central New Mexico. The Ranch is surrounded on three sides by Public Land and the fourth is private property. T
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