DAVID'S LAND on FROZE CREEK Remote and private with somewhat difficult winter access, due to the current road taking you to Froze Creek being on a north slope. A new owner could build a driveway from the top (south) road and switch-back down to the creek and forest, or build above them and shorten the site access. There are good build-sites on either side of Froze Creek and really no obligation to build. Camping is allowed for owners who want to use their land seasonally and recreationally. HOA dues are $100/lot/year offering road maintenance only, there is no snow plowing by the HOA. But, that is what makes this area of Custer County so attractive to individuals wanting privacy, and folks who rely solely on themselves. Elk, deer, black bear, antelope, coyote, bald eagle, golden eagle and mountian lion make the mountains their home and you're sure to see most of them. Hunting is allowed on your own land and on absentee owner's land, with their permission. San Isabel National Forest is just 3 miles east of the land with loads of forest service roads for atv's, vehicles, exploring and hiking. Aspen Mountain Ranch is too far from traditional utilities, so solar or generator power is the way owners live. This self-sufficient life offers dark, quiet nights and peace filled days. The sun shines 360 days of the year making even winter confortable. Air conditioning is NOT NEEDED, as the evenings are cool and the days mild. Custer County is a friendly, easy-to-get-along-with rural county and does not allow for commercial growing of marijuanna. The biggest industries are high-protien grass-hay, beef cattle and tourism. Westcliffe is located approximately 75 miles from Colorado Springs with incredible wildlife-viewing, big game hunting, boating, fishing and first-class fly-fishing and rafting on the Arkansas River just 30 minutes from town. Skiing at Monarch Ski Area is 90 minutes from Westcliffe. For hikers & backpackers, the Rainbow Trail (which runs from Westcliffe to Salida covering nearly 100 miles along the base of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains), can be accessed just west of town.