Raton Pass East Parcel 15,116.04 acres
Raton Pass East Parcel of Ranch I of Crazy French Ranch is located in Las Animas County, Colorado on the New Mexico border and includes 15,116.04 deeded acres. This part of Crazy French Ranch is recognized as a jewel of southern Colorado, with breathtaking landscape that includes grassy meadows, mountainsides of Ponderosa pine, fir and aspen, rugged rock escarpments, steep ravines, and much of the top of Fishers Peak, which at over 9,600 feet may be the highest point in the U.S. from Trinidad, Colorado east to the Atlantic Ocean. The original Santa Fe Trail wound through this parcel.
Highlights: Hunting/conservation ranch; no existing conservation easements. Multiple water features including ponds, seasonal streams, adjudicated springs, and a well. Borders James M. John and Lake Dorothey State Wildlife Areas. Has a long history of big game hunting. Prime habitat supporting big game animal species including elk, deer, puma, bear, and turkey. Subject to 30-day right of first refusal.