Grizzly Gulch is a stunning mountain property with two wild creeks, timber and big mountain views. The property is located in Warm River, 12 miles east of Ashton, Idaho, and 35 miles north of Driggs. It is bordered by national forest and State of Idaho lands. Comprised of 160 deeded acres, the ranch enjoys over ¾ mile of trophy fly fishing. Robinson Creek and Rock Creek converge on the property with excellent wild trout fishing on the deeded land with miles of additional fishing on the adjacent national forest. Both creeks originate in Yellowstone National Park, which is 7 miles to the northeast. Robinson Creek joins the Warm River 4 miles downstream of the property, and it immediately flows into the Henry’s Fork of the Snake River, one of the West’s most storied fisheries. The property is a mix of natural riparian zones along Rock Creek and Robinson Creek and high timbered ridges looking over the respective drainages. The highest point of elevation is Huckleberry Ridge, which divides the two creek drainages. Huckleberry Ridge is forested with aspen and conifer trees and affords views to the south and the east including views of the majestic Teton Range. Grizzly Gulch represents a truly wild setting with close proximity to town and unrivaled recreational access to the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.