With a rich cattle ranching history, Bear Creek Ranch is a unique legacy property located along the western slope of the Big Horn Mountains in Big Horn County, Wyoming. Stretching from the base of the mountains to the Big Horn River, Bear Creek Ranch is comprised of approximately 55,000 acres. The core of the ranch includes 1,834 deeded acres surrounded by over 43,500 acres of BLM grazing lease, 2,886 acres of State lease, and approximately 6,600 acres of private grazing. Ranging from 4,000 to 6,500 feet in elevation, the ranch’s irrigated pastures, open rangelands, creeks, springs and canyons, are home to an abundance of Rocky Mountain wildlife. Bordered by over one million acres of the Big Horn National Forest, the ranch and surrounding area offer unlimited recreational opportunities, including big game, bird and varmint hunting, fishing, horseback riding, hiking, and snowmobiling. Bear Creek Ranch represents all facets of a Wyoming legacy ranch with 250 irrigated acres, senior water rights, and year-round cattle operations for approximately 300 cow/ calf pairs. All of this is within reach of commercial air service in Billings, Montana, or Cody, Wyoming. Flowing out of the mountains, Bear Creek is framed by towering cottonwood trees and provides water for wildlife, livestock and irrigation.
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