This outstanding Wyoming ranch consists of 4,000 deeded acres and approximately 1,000 acres of BLM grazing allotment. The ranch borders additional BLM and state land that is not included in the grazing allotment, totaling nearly 2,000 acres. Historically, the ranch has been used for summer livestock grazing of yearlings and cow/calf pairs. The terrain is diverse with a mix of willow-lined creek bottoms, sagebrush ridges and aspen groves along with deep draws and heavy timber. The Rim Ranch offers stunning views of the Wyoming Mountain Range, the Gros Ventre Mountain Range and the Wind River Mountain Range, which is home to Gannet Peak, the highest peak in Wyoming at 13,804 feet.Middle Beaver Creek flows through the ranch for approximately 2 miles, and typically the creek holds water most of the summer. Additionally, there are 3 ponds that hold water year-round, which are supplied by springs and small creeks. The water provides an excellent resource for wildlife and livestock.The famous Green River, a popular river for float fishing, and the Warren Bridge boat launch are 5 miles from the ranch. The upper section of the river, above Warren Bridge, offers fantastic areas for wade fishing that is open to the public. Many anglers visiting northwest Wyoming rank the Green River first on the list for fishing destinations. The headwaters of the Green River are at the Green River Lakes located in the Bridger-Teton National Forest, a short drive from the ranch.
Sublette County abounds with recreational opportunities such as fishing, hunting, golfing, rodeos, horseback riding, camping, hiking, climbing, biking, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing and ice fishing. Rendezvous Meadows Golf Course is located on the west edge of Pinedale, and White Pine Ski Area, east of Pinedale near Fremont Lake, provides downhill skiing and many other winter activities. The upper Green River area, a few miles north of the ranch offers some of the best snowmobiling that Wyoming has to offer.
The Rim Ranch is home to many elk, Mule deer and Pronghorn antelope as well as moose, bear, mountain lions, waterfowl, coyotes, Red foxes, wolves, badgers, rabbits, eagles, hawks, osprey, songbirds and other small game animals. Many trophy elk, deer and antelope are harvested on the ranch, and it is a rare opportunity to own a trophy sporting ranch in this area of Wyoming. The Rim Ranch borders approximately 2,000 acres of BLM and state land providing an incoming owner additional acreage to hunt and explore. The ranch qualifies for landowner licenses for elk, deer and antelope, which is a huge benefit for the non-resident landowner.
The Rim Ranch offers some of the finest big game hunting in western Wyoming. Many trophy quality elk, deer and antelope are consistently seen on the ranch. Located one hour south of Jackson Hole, and 25 miles from Pinedale, this ranch consists of 4,000 deeded acres and approximately 2,000 acres of adjacent BLM and state land. First class fishing is available on the nearby Green River 5 miles from the ranch. Great summer livestock grazing, tremendous mountain views, beautiful homesites and world-class hunting make The Rim Ranch a rare opportunity to own a unique sporting property.
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The gateway to Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks, Jackson Hole is a thriving town nestled at the base of the Teton Mountain Range. A haven for outdoor enthusiasts, it offers fly fishing, climbing, hiking, biking, paddleboarding, white water rafting, and kayaking in the summer and skiing at the world-renowned Jackson Hole Mountain Resort in the winter. The area consists of a proud local population and hosts millions of visitors each year. Hole was a mountain man term for valley, so Jackson Hole consists of the town of Jackson and other small communities including Kelly, Moran, Teton Village and Wilson. With direct flights from 13 cities including New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago and Atlanta, Jackson Hole is “the most accessible destination resort in the Rockies.”
Grand Teton National Park is a 20-minute drive and Yellowstone National Park’s southern entrance is an hour and a half to the north. Both national parks and the ample amount of public lands nearby make up 97% of Teton County, creating endless opportunities for outdoor recreation during all seasons.