Own a Rare Slice of Big Horn Beauty
Nestled into the mountainous Bighorn terrain, Upper Gallatin Ranch is a property unlike any other. If you’ve been searching for the right opportunity to own a piece of Wyoming’s stunning landscape, this rare parcel offers plenty of business and recreational options that you won’t find anywhere else.
All 890 acres of Upper Gallatin Ranch showcase breathtaking vistas, but the biggest perk of this property has to be the farming potential. Here, you can take advantage of 130 acres of irrigation, 400 tons of annual hay production, and even 94 shares of Park Reservoir Company.
If you’re ready to experience the finest aspects of Big Horn living, we’d love to welcome you home to Upper Gallatin Ranch. Your next adventure awaits.
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More Details on Upper Gallatin Ranch
Take a quick drive outside of Big Horn to encounter Upper Gallatin Ranch, an 890 acre property that’s overflowing with raw beauty and potential. Here, you can live, work, and play in one spot, all while taking in the undisturbed beauty of the Bighorn National Forest.
As a functioning ranch, Upper Gallatin comes with 130 acres of irrigation, as well as gravity fed water to the entire ranch. Annually, the ranch produces 400 tons of straight grass hay, which can be used to sustain your own farm or turned into a profitable business. And to top it all off, the property also comes with 94 shares of Park Reservoir Company.
Upper Gallatin Ranch is also subject to a nature conservancy easement, with the exception of a 6-acre building envelope in the northeastern corner of the property. The southernmost 160 acres is also not affected by the easement.
About the Ranch
Although you’ll feel enveloped by the beauty of nature at Upper Gallatin Ranch, you’ll still be less than 20 minutes from the town of Big Horn. A variety of attractions await in this growing Sheridan suburb, including The Brinton Museum, Last Chance Bar, and the Big Horn Mercantile.
Upper Gallatin Ranch features a plethora of new and historic structures, including a barn and main house. However, the property is largely a blank slate and is ideal for anyone looking to make their mark on a placid parcel of pure Wyoming beauty.
Mountains, valleys, plains, and so much more dot the terrain of Upper Gallatin Ranch. Here, awe-inspiring views await at every turn, and each acre is filled with boundless opportunities and rugged landscapes.
Operations & Resources
Multiple freshwater springs and efficient irrigation create an ideal farming setup at Upper Gallatin Ranch. The property also has 130 acres of irrigated land, gravity fed water to the entire ranch, and 94 shares of Park Reservoir Company.
This working ranch offers plenty of room for animals to roam. And historically, the temperate climate around the Bighorn Mountains and the relative seclusion of the ranch have created an ideal environment for raising livestock.
Upper Gallatin is also a great place for hunting, fishing, and other recreational opportunities. During peak season, you’ll find elk, mule deer, white-tailed deer, and pronghorn antelopes roaming through the property.
As of 2019, Upper Gallatin Ranch produces a jaw-dropping 400 tons of straight grass hay per year. This is a fantastic opportunity for anyone looking for an established ranch that comes with plenty of irrigation and production potential!
Around the Ranch
Whether you’re hiking through the Bighorns, tending to the land, or just taking in the beauty of Wyoming, you’re sure to fall in love with everything Upper Gallatin Ranch has to offer. Browse the photos below to learn more about the opportunities that await at this property.
Experience the Land
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 Upper Gallatin through the following virtual tours to see what this land has to offer.