Posts Tagged ‘Steamboat Springs’

Colorado Ranches for Sale!

January 6th, 2012

John Denver had it figured out when he sang about the Colorado rocky mountain high! Live Water Properties features breathtaking ranch properties throughout Colorado. These Colorado ranches for sale are the finest recreational properties available, whether set on one of the state’s famed rivers, shoulder to shoulder with pristine national forest, or perched above a spectacular mountain vista, opportunities abound. With endless opportunities for skiing, fishing and hunting enthusiasts alike, Colorado is the destination for outdoor lovers interested in owning ranch real estate.  » More: Colorado Ranches for Sale!

Angling Legend Stu Apte Fishes Yampa TailWaters Preserve

September 12th, 2011

Come fish with us on the Yampa TailWaters Preserve!

Fly fishing legend Stu Apte enjoyed sensational dry fly fishing last week on the Live Water Properties listing Yampa Tailwaters Preserve in Steamboat Springs, Colorado.  While Stu is most widely recognized for his success chasing tarpon in the Florida Keys, he still enjoys the peaceful respite and grand splendor of site-casting to eager rainbows in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. » More: Angling Legend Stu Apte Fishes Yampa TailWaters Preserve

Announcing Egeria Creek Ranch

March 12th, 2010

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Live Water Properties announces it newest listing in Toponas, Colorado – Egeria Creek Ranch.  Located in northwest Colorado, less than 45 minutes south of Steamboat Springs, the property is set in the picturesque Yampa Valley.  With 8,818 acres, this one-of-a-kind property is adjacent to the White River National Forest and is home to the White River Elk herd that is 40,000 strong and the largest in North America. Upland birds can also be found on the ranch including Blue grouse, Sharptail grouse, ducks and geese.  The Egeria Creek Ranch is also known for its extensive cattle operation.  A rancher’s dream, the property is equipped with livestock facilities in addition to stack yards and fencing.  Cattle can graze on the ranch or on over 100,000 acres of neighboring leased national forest.  The Egeria Creek Ranch also boasts a productive hay operation averaging 1,500 tons of mountain grass per season.  » More: Announcing Egeria Creek Ranch