Views Galore! 35+/- acre building site with 360 degree views of mountains and valley. This property sits on Highway 65 just below Powderhorn Ski Resort. You could not ask for a more gorgeous location to build the home or cabin of your dreams. This acreage is the perfect location for the outdoor enthusiast. Just a few minutes from skiing, fishing, hiking, 4-wheeling, hunting, boating, camping and more. Great year round property with Hwy 65 being maintained by the State and a gateway to Grand Mesa National Forest. Owner carry or Seller financing is available. Call for details or to schedule your private showing today.
The Plateau Valley in the center of Western Colorado
Surrounded on the north and east by 9,000 foot Battlement Mesa, and on the south and west by 11,000 foot Grand Mesa, the largest flat-topped mountain in the world, the Plateau Valley is a hidden gem you'll want to find. The top of the Grand Mesa covers an area of roughly 30 by 50 miles, has over 200 stocked trout lakes, over 85 miles of roads and at least 269 miles of hiking, mountain biking, ATV, jeep, 4WD, and/or horseback trails.
Powderhorn Mountain Ski Resort
Tucked alongside the northern edge of Western Colorado's beautiful Grand Mesa, Powderhorn Mountain Ski Resort offers breathtaking views, over 1,600 acres of mountain terrain. Enjoy a stress-free, relaxing getaway.
Powderhorn ski resort averages over 250 inches of light, dry Colorado skiing powder each winter and also boasts the best tree-skiing in the Rocky Mountains. Powderhorn mountain resort is a hidden gem resort in the Colorado Rockies, known for great snow, friendly staff, minimal lift lines and only 45 minutes from Grand Junction. Powderhorn mountain ski resort offers all levels of terrain, a full-service, professional Ski and Ride Center, rental equipment, base area dining, shopping, and lodging. Powderhorn mountain resort is a perfect destination for families, couples, groups and friends seeking a winter adventure.
Hunting in Colorado often feels boundless, with public lands that include 23 million acres of pristine pines, plentiful pocket meadows and pure-water ponds, so it's no wonder Colorado hosts the world's largest elk herd and the best chance at hunting, or simply viewing, these majestic animals in motion. Mule deer in the mountains, whitetail on the plains or the legendary elk of the Rockies -- these are only some of many species that call Colorado home. Go primitive with a longbow, stay modern with a centerfire rifle or split the difference with muzzle-loading. Colorado is accommodating to most types and styles of take as long as you have that handy hunter education card (from Colorado or your home state). It's hard to resist hunting among golden aspen leaves in early season bow-and-muzzle-loading seasons, but cool weather and snow often help in a successful hunt. Big-game seasons run from August through January.