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The Bluff Park

The Bluff Park

The Bluff Park is one of the most beautiful locations to walk in Colorado. Located at the west end of Main Street in Westcliffe, Colorado, the Park is one block west from the heart of the downtown district.

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Brandenburg Ranch, Custer County Colorado

Brandenburg Ranch

Moritz Brandenburg, my grandfather, arrived in America from Germany in May, 1880. He homesteaded his 160 acres in Custer County the same year, acquiring a patent to the land November 20, 1884. There were three requirements for homesteading: “fence, plow and construct”, all to be completed and pass inspection within five years time from application.

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Humboldt Peak Ranch, Custer County Colorado

Humboldt Peak Ranch

Humboldt Peak Ranch is a working hay and cattle ranch dating back to the late 1800’s. Originally settled by Elisha Horn in 1869, and later consolidated with several other homesteads, this 400-acre ranch is known for its #1 priority water rights, productive pastures, and elk breeding habitat.

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M66 Ranch outside Westcliffe, CO

M66 Ranch

Located along Highway 69 North outside of Westcliffe, M66 Ranch is part of an original homestead dating back to the late 1880s. Composed of 199 acres situated at the base of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, the property boasts glorious pastureland and multiple buildings constructed of rough-cut lumber dating back to the early 20th century.

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Music Meadows Ranch, Wet Mountain Valley Colorado

Music Meadows Ranch

Situated in the southern Wet Mountain Valley abutting the dramatic Sangre de Cristo Mountains is the beautiful Music Meadows Ranch. This 3,800 acre working cattle and horse operation was originally homesteaded in the late 1800’s by the Beck family, a German colonist family whose heirs owned the property until the 1960’s when Bill Parker purchased it.

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San Isabel Scout Ranch, Pueblo County near Rye, CO

San Isabel Scout Ranch

High in the Wet Mountains of Pueblo County near Rye, Boy Scouts and their families travel from over a dozen states to camp, hike, climb, boat and explore the San Isabel Scout Ranch each summer.

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Spring Valley Ranch

Spring Valley Ranch

For nearly 100 years, Spring Valley Ranch has been a productive hay and cattle ranch, complete with 5 beautiful springs, lush meadows, including 65 acres of sub-irrigated pasture, forestland and scenic views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains.

 

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Texas Creek Ranch, Wet Mountain Valley Colorado

Texas Creek Ranch

Texas Creek Ranch, a premier cattle ranch in the Wet Mountain Valley with productive hayfields and pastures, senior water rights, and picturesque location close to Westcliffe, was permanently protected with a conservation easement in 2012.

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  • “Open space does not keep our cities apart; it holds our country together.”

    – Claricy Rusk, fourth-generation rancher