Pass Creek Ranch & Wolford Mountain Ranch
Shared Amenity Ranch Community in Kremmling, Colorado
Pass Creek Ranch & Wolford Mountain Ranch is located in northwest Colorado on the east side of Gore Pass between the world-renowned resorts of Vail, Winter Park and Steamboat Springs. Near the rural sportsman’s town of Kremmling, the 900-acre private, shared amenity ranch is located just off State Highway 134, three miles west of US Highway 40 along the Gore Range. The ranch has a half mile of Pass Creek along its west and north side as well as a small pond. The ranch is characterized by open parks and Evergreen and Aspen tree-covered hills providing excellent wildlife habitat and has outstanding views in every direction.
Location: Pass Creek Ranch & Wolford Mountain Ranch is located eight miles northwest of Kremmling off State Highway 134, less than a two-hour drive west of Denver. The historic ranching community of Kremmling has a population of 2,000 residents and offers most services including a private jet-accessible airport just minutes from the ranch. Conveniently located, Steamboat Springs is 44 miles northwest of the ranch, Vail is 70 miles south, and Winter Park is 50 miles east. The ranch is located on the north end of the shared amenity Grand River Ranches which are of similar size or larger and borders state land on the north and is only three miles from the 1.5 million-acre Arapaho National Forest and close to the Sarvis Creek Wilderness area.
Surrounding Area: The area around Grand River Ranch has traditionally been a rural ranching community – rich with an authentic western ranch culture and not affected by the ski resort influence. Of equal stature, the area is well known for its gold-medal waters for fishing, rafting and water sports along with trophy big game herds. All of the ranches around Pass Creek Ranch & Wolford Mountain Ranch are controlled and in strong hands providing a vast permanent open landscape that is rare in mountain areas with high scenic and recreational values. Several of the larger ranches in the area are already protected from development by conservation easements and are under stable, long-term ownership.