In the heart of wild Wyoming, where the Wind River Mountains rise along the Continental Divide, lies a secluded canyon, with tumbling streams and migrating elk and a few rare pieces of private land available for your idyllic retreat. This 40 acre parcel, with views of Wolf Point and juniper-clad red rock cliffs, adjoins public land for easy access to vast tracts of U.S. Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management and Wyoming state wildlands.LandWhether it's hunting, world-class rock climbing, horseback riding or backpacking, the recreation opportunities are endless. A small ravine waters a stand of trees and vegetation, drawing wildlife for twilight viewing from the property's south-facing bench. A hunting expedition is just a hike or four-wheel spin out the back door up the mountain face, and a climbing adventure awaits through this property's unique access to Wolf Point Quad, where cave and rock climbing routes are still being explored. With a Nature Conservancy preserve to the south, and restrictions on development nearby, this is a rare opportunity to own one of the last substantial pieces of private land in Red Canyon.
ImprovementsThis rugged, untouched parcel is a blank canvas for your future dream home, cabin, camping or recreational retreat.
RecreationWorld class hunting, rock climbing, backpacking and horseback riding are endless and accessible for miles directly from this property.
Region & ClimateLocated just a few miles south of the charming and charismatic western town of Lander, Wyoming, this property offers the convenience and access to one of the West's most up and coming towns, while still offering the privacy, recreation and access of a mountainside retreat. Enjoy year-round recreation on this property and in the surrounding Lander Valley area. On average, there are 239 sunny days per year in Lander.