HIGHER ELEVATION PARCELS
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Sattler Mountain Land is selling Alpine and Higher elevation camping and hunting parcels - listed below. We specialize in this type of property high in the Sangre De Cristo Mountains in Southern Colorado.

Click a Link Above for more information about us and to arrive on pages to contact us, reserve a property, and seek out information about the area, including building codes. You cannot live permanently in this area due to the high snow fall totals in the winter. We do not show parcels in this area until late April or mid-May at the earliest.

You can reserve a parcel sight unseen, but have 30 days to come view it or proceed to close. Only one reservation per customer if financing We show land all summer and fall by appointment. Use the "contact us" form or call for an appointment Additional maps at bottom of page - click to enlarge all photos.

 

 

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SCHEDULE #

SDCR-LEGAL

 SIZE

 

 ELEVATION

TAXES

 PRICING

 

COMMENTS

 

             

70218760

E-3.292.6649

5.5 Acres

 

11,400'

$284

$23,700 Cash/Fast-Pay - $27,000 Financed

             
             

Intersection of Forbes and Moose from NE corner
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Bristle Cone Pines looking back toward Forbes Rd.
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Another view of Bristle Cone Pines looking West
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Looking West on Forbes Rd., Lot on Left
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View of pine stand looking East
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Ravine near bottom of lot
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Ridge View Looking South-Southeast
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Aspens nestled with pines
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SDCR Unit E-3, Block 292, Lot 6649 -- 11,400’ Elevation --  5.5 Acres.  $23,700 Cash or Fast-Pay ($11,700 down and balance paid within 20 months) -- or $27,000 Financed, with $10,800 down and 54 monthly payments of $300.

This lot is accessible from approximately Memorial Day through December. It is located in an area with beautiful alpine meadows and Bristle Cone Pine stands. This area is a favorite for its commanding views from what feels like the "Top of the World."

 

There is about 100' near the road, with a less-than-10% slope, that could be used for camping or building.  The lot is approximately 800' in length from the road (elevation 11,400') to the southern corner (elevation 11,260').  In late Auguest and early September, several types of mushrooms grow beneath the trees and in the meadows in this area.

There is a very nice cabin located across Forbes and east of Moose, but for the most part this area is used for camping and recreating during the warmer months.

Directions to SDCR E3.6649:  Please Note: These directions lead to an alpine parcel above 10,000'. This parcel is not accessible by vehicle with muddy or snowy roads.  Portions of Forbes have a very slippery silty clay surface and it is easy to slide into the ditch.  If these conditions are present, please chain up or forget it.  From Fort Garland head south on Colorado Hwy 159 for about 10 miles and after passing Mile Marker #22, turn left at Jasper Road.  Take the next right, go 1/4 mile and turn left at Rito Seco Road.  Head east on Rito Seco for about 5 miles, passing some Battle Mountain Gold Mine buildings on your left.  Then turn right on Forbes Road.  Forbes Road is the main road into the high country.  Zero odometer as you turn right on Forbes Road and go up the mountain for about 8.8 miles, just past Moose Road on your right.  Lot begins on left side of Forbes Road and runs about 580 feet along the road to the northwest corner.  See plat and gps maps below.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Plat map
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Aerial map with coordinates
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Elk Hunting Information

Colorado Department of Wildlife

   

  • Alpine Parcels are between 9,500 and 11,600 feet
  • Accessible by car or truck between Memorial Day and New Year's Day
  • Steep, Remote, Hunting areas
  • Tall trees, lush meadows in places, wildlife
  • Not suitable for year-round living

High Country- Memorial Day, 2011 You Tube Video

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