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Comprised of 9,303± deeded acres and 65,919± leased acres, totaling 75,222± acres, the ranch is expansive, featuring 10.5± miles of the Lemhi River, a private, wild trout fishery, plus countless miles of spring creeks and mountain streams.
With proximity to airports and local conveniences, the ranch has all the benefits of a remote ranch without being remote. With a variety of recreational pursuits from hunting to fishing on the Bear River, this ranch is hard to match.
Champagne Creek Ranch is noted for its exceptional surroundings. Enjoy the rich bouquet of wildflowers, Quaking Aspen groves, and streams. Views of the Sawtooth National Forest and occasional outcroppings. The ranch has adequate water with 2 irrigation wells, 2 culinary wells, Champagne Creek and a backup reservoir for pivot irrigation.
This one-of-a-kind property offers world-class salmon, steelhead, sturgeon and bass fishing right out the front door, as well as excellent upland bird and trophy mule deer hunting. The ranch’s steep cliffs are home to hundreds of bighorn sheep and various species of birds including chukar and golden eagles, making for exciting year-round wildlife viewing.
This is highly desirable farm ground with soils that can produce a variety of crops along with cattle production. The gravity flow irrigation system is simple and very effective in keeping the water flowing and cost of irrigation at the bare minimum.
Teton Headwaters Ranch is without question one of the finest remaining parcels of land in the Teton Valley and is still owned by the original family. The property features easy county road access year-round, private surroundings and tremendous fishing and hunting opportunities in all directions. This parcel is prime for a conservation easement through Teton regional land trust with great benefits for preserving the natural habitat for wildlife and open-space, giving the new owners great potential for tax benefits.