Type or UseAgriculture
The Pete Suhit Mountain Property (pronounced sweet) is an exceptional offering in the heart of the Big Horn Mountains. Consisting of 1,001 +/- acres of which 921 +/- acres are deeded and 80 +/- acres are State of Wyoming lease, this parcel brings together a diversity of open grass range and timbered ridges providing ideal habitat for wildlife. Elk, Mule Deer, and a host of other species are abundant on the Pete Suhit. Fresh, free flowing springs throughout the property provide water, and the timbered slopes provide protection for wildlife as well as domestic livestock. Electricity is approximately ¾ mile away, coming from the Dullknife reservoir to the northwest corner of the Pete Suhit (Subject to easement). The proximity to recreational opportunities and aesthetics of this property make it an attractive acquisition, notwithstanding the property is a good investment quality piece with several exit strategies for the prudent investor.
The Pete Suhit Mountain Property is easily accessed by turning south off of U.S. Highway 16, and traveling down the Hazelton Road two miles past Dullknife Reservoir. The southwest corner of the property and access is directly across from the Rome Hill Road turnoff.