Located approximately 20 miles from the quaint mountain town of La Veta, Colorado sits a unique high alpine ranch. Viejo Ranch sits just below Iron Mountain and is comprised of 360 acres surrounded on three sides by 4,000 acres of BLM and State land, which has very limited access points. The ranch can be accessed off a maintained county road off Highway 160, just west of La Veta pass, providing a gateway to pristine private and public land. Viejo Ranch located in the exceptional Game Management Unit 861, known for its trophy 380 class elk, making this ranch a true hunters sweet spot. The acreage holds 3 springs, giving an abundance of water, creating an environment for many species of wildlife. Topography of the ranch varies from 9,200 to 11,200 in elevations with a mix of timber, valleys, fields, and aspen groves. Attached to the 360 acres is a 2 acre lot in the Paradise Acres Subdivision, with a community water system, covenants and HOA. You can choose to build your cabin there or choose a more remote spot on the ranch. This added 2-acre lot gives you another access point to the ranch and the vast public lands connecting to it. FIRE NOTICE: This Property was substantially affected by a fire, known as the Spring Creek Fire, in the summer of 2018. The Property`s appearance has been altered by fire. Furthermore, Seller does not know how the fire will affect various features of the property, such as but not limited to: variety and quantity of wildlife present; variety and quantity of fish in the water present at the Property and quality of fishing; variety and quantity of vegetation; erosion; water quality; etc. To the extent these and other fire-related issues are important to Buyer, Buyer should consult experts of Buyer`s own choosing.