Lying at the top of Currant Creek Pass, above all other private land holdings, is the 1,540+/- acre Currant Creek Pass Ranch. The ranch is available in three configurations: as a single 1,540+/- acre offering, as the 640+/- acres east of HWY 9 or as the 900+/- acres west of HWY 9. The ranch boasts classic South Park, Colorado sweeping views of mountains in the Mosquito Range including it's 14ers and the added unique characteristics of timberland found above 9,000 feet in elevation. A short two-hour drive from Denver and an even shorter hour and twenty minute drive from Colorado Springs will find you at the heart of the ranch. Currant Creek Pass Ranch is draped on three sides by Pike National Forrest. More than half of the ranch's 7 mile perimeter borders the National Forrest. The ranch rests on the shoulder of the hulking, heavily treed 11,548-foot Thirtynine Mile Mountain. As a result the ranch is a private haven for all the wild game that take advantage of its high-altitude timber. Elk, Mule Deer, Bear, Pronghorn and other species reside on and around Currant Creek Pass and they all water themselves on the ranch's four ponds. Nearby attractions and amenities include Antero, Spinney Mountain and Elevenmile Canyon Reservoirs and their rivers including the Dream Stream collectively feature an abundance of world class fishing opportunities to appease conventional and fly fisherman alike. The town of Guffey, the ranch's hometown, is just south of ranch by 7 miles. About 30 minutes south are the conveniences and attractions of Canon City including restaurants and grocery stores as well as Colorado's Royal Gorge. About an hour north is the ski town of Breckenridge. With international air service about an hour away, nearby conveniences and attractions, sporting and adventure in the National Forrest outside the ranch's backdoor and the agricultural opportunities to run cattle, the Currant Creek Pass Ranch truly affords it's owner the opportunity to do it all.