The Gutierrez Ranch In Southeast Colorado



The Gutierrez Ranch, an incredible offering here in Southern Colorado. The property has been in the Gutierrez family for over 100 years, making this a rare opportunity to own this beautiful ranch. The terrain on the ranch varies from heavily treed and rocky upland mesas and plateaus to steep rocky caprocks and canyons to gentle sloping and rolling canyon bottoms. The canyons include Yeiser Canyon, Stinking Hole Canyon, Reed Canyon and several smaller canyons not named on the map. Elevations vary from 4,900’ to 5,500’. The vegetation of the ranch is made up of Western Red Cedar with some Pinon Pine, grasses such as Blue Grama, Western Wheat, and June Grass together with minor forbes and shrubs. The ranch water sources for the livestock and wildlife are provided by windmills, earthen ponds, and spring water. The property consists of good habitat for mule deer, elk, mountain lion, and the occasional bear and antelope. Due to the rough terrain and trees, the stocking rate of the ranch is around 100 animal units, making the best use on the ranch the hunting. There is a hunting history on the ranch of producing trophy mule deer and elk. There are some historic, archeological and geological features on the ranch including dinosaur tracks, bones, tepee rings, Indian writings and numerous old homesteads, which add to the appeal of this property. Contact me today for your private tour of this amazing offering.

Property Details

  • Located 30 miles northwest of Kim, 39 miles south of La Junta, 214 miles to Denver, 231 miles to Amarillo, TX
  • Access via county roads
  • Private interior ranch roads provide access to remote areas of the ranch
  • Waters source from wind mills, earthen ponds, and springs
  • Located in GMU 136
  • Over-the-counter Plains Elk rifle tag unit, Sept. 1 – Jan. 31
  • Apply for the Land Owner Preference Program to draw your deer tags
  • Seller’s mineral rights will convey to buyer

CR 177.9
Kim, Colorado 81409