HUGE PRICE REDUCTION!!!!!!! Rimrock Rose Ranch, 94 miles east of Santa Fe, was originally organized in the 1870’s by pioneer rancher Antonio Baca. Nestled on the edge of Comanche Territory, the canyon lands of the Canadian River and Canon Largo provided security for the Hispanic homesteads and settlements between Trujillo and Sabinoso. In-depth analysis of the Baca ownership strategy continues to reveal his genius and explain the awkward ownership configuration. The 1934 Taylor Grazing Act permitted custodial rights, grazing leases from the federal government and was the first to fence the open range and define the boundaries of the extreme topography in Canon Largo. Rimrock Rose Ranch consists of +/- 4,176 deeded acres plus +/- 7,249 leased acres. Canon Largo stretches 16 miles from Trujillo to Sabinoso where it drains into the Canadian River. The bottom of the canyon is a meandering quarter mile wide riparian strip of green meadows, cottonwoods, ponderosa pines and 92 live springs. In 2009 the U.S. Congress designate 16,030 acres of public lands adjacent to Rimrock Rose Ranch as a National Wilderness area. (Sabinoso Wilderness). The Wilderness Area is surrounded by private ranches that provide no legal access to the public. The Ranch maintains approximately 7,249 acres of custodial leases and grazing permits with the BLM and the State of New Mexico mostly inside the Wilderness. Wildlife - Mountain Lion, Black Bear, Mule Deer, Aoudad Sheep, New Mexico Dahl Sheep, Blue Heron, Rio Grande Turkey, and Migratory Dove, Duck and Water Fowl. Recreation - Exploration, hiking, horseback riding, camping, hunting, swimming, rock climbing, warm water fly fishing, wildlife spotting, shooting, tracking, archeological and nature studies. Rimrock Rose Ranch is one of the few treasures remaining in the west. Co-brokers welcome.