A STUNNING RANCH WITH UNBELIEVABLE VIEWS
The Hidden Valley Ranch located near Big Horn Wyoming encompasses 1,291 +- deeded acres. The ranch is abundant with wildlife habitat and agricultural production. Striking improvements set in the valley so appropriately named Hidden Valley just under the backdrop of the Big Horn Mountains. The foothills of the mountains provide bountiful feed and water for livestock, as well as wildlife. The abundance of wildlife coupled with the diverse terrain, running water, and protected boundaries, makes for an incredible outdoor experience whether hiking, horseback riding, hunting or fishing. Conveniently located 12 miles south of highly coveted and celebrated Sheridan, Wyoming, The Hidden Valley Ranch has created a name for itself in an area where fabled American entrepreneurs, sportsmen and European aristocracy have resided for generations. If your imagination leads you to what a true western paradise is, then you will find it here. The Hidden Valley Ranch is currently one of the few offerings in the local area providing an owner with a turnkey situation located in an area that has been tightly held and sought-after real estate for years.
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The Bighorn Mountains in north central Wyoming have been sought after for their quality wildlife resources since the earliest days of Native American inhabitance. The generally temperate weather patterns along the eastern slope of the Bighorns provide abundant water, strong grass and plentiful protection from weather and predation.
Rich wildlife populations include trophy whitetail and mule deer, as well as antelope. The Hidden Valley Ranch is a paradise for small game, both upland and songbirds, as well as native airborne and fur bearing predators. An abundance of wildlife coupled with the diverse terrain, running water, and protected boundaries, makes for an unmatched outdoor experience whether hiking, horseback riding, and hunting.
The current owners of the Hidden Valley Ranch have chosen to lease grazing while they conduct their own production. The foothills of the Bighorn Mountains provide bountiful feed and water for livestock, as well as wildlife. After the Spanish introduction of the horse to the new world, the Native Plains Tribes evolved into horse cultures and referred to this country as “Bots Sots” or the “very best” due to its superiority of feed.
Current estimates indicate approximately 140 acres of irrigated ground of which 90 acres is under center pivot irrigation systems. The Hidden Valley Ranch has numerous water rights. One of the most significant aspects of the ranch is the foresight by the current owner to develop a deep water well to the Madison formation that serves drinking water for the entire ranch, irrigation, and fire protection. The well is located at the southern end of the ranch near the mountain and it gravity flows back the to the ranch without the need for electric pumps. Carrying capacity would range widely depending on the management plan of the new owner. The current cattle herd run on the ranch is owned by key employees and that arrangement could continue if the new owner desired.
About the Ranch
Hidden Valley Ranch boasts one of the most scenic and convenient locations in all of Wyoming. Just minutes away from the ranch, Sheridan's historic downtown offers ample shops, restaurants, art galleries and heritage events for year-round enjoyment.
The Hidden Valley Ranch has a variety of improvements that will comfortably enhance your living experience. This ranch offers a charming owner's residence that has been meticulously cared for. The ranch also has several other barns, shops, ranch office and several employee homes. Once you visit the ranch you will immediately notice the condition and care that has gone into maintaining the ranch.
The elevation of the ranch varies from the high point along the side of the mountain of 6,000 ft. to a the lowest of 4,300 ft. at the East end of the Croghan Pasture. Hurlburt Creek runs through the upper end of the ranch they down past the owner’s residence which provides a great back drop for Mother Nature’s handy work.
Operations & Resources
Current estimates indicate approximately 140 acres of irrigated grass/alfalfa mix and native hay are being produced on the ranch.
The generally temperate weather patterns along the eastern slope of the Bighorns have historically provided abundant water, strong grass and plentiful protection from weather and predation.
The rich wildlife populations include trophy whitetail and mule deer, and antelope. The Hidden Valley Ranch is a paradise for small game and both upland and songbirds, as well as native airborne and fur-bearing predators.
The current owners of the Hidden Valley Ranch have chosen to lease grazing. Hay production could continue with current ranch employees or subcontracted out to a neighboring rancher. For a turnkey situation ranch equipment, vehicles, and tools can be purchased separately outside of the real property transaction.
Around the Ranch
From outdoor recreation to agricultural production, Hidden Valley Ranch offers a myriad of opportunities. Browse the photos below to learn more about resources on the property.
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We look forward to showing you around what we believe is one of the finest ranches in genuine American ranch country. Explore portions of the Hidden Valley Ranch through the following virtual tour.