A 224,000-acre (90,650 hectare) ranch in northwest Colorado is being offered for sale with an asking price of $100 million.
The Cross Mountain Ranch is owned by the family of the late real estate tycoon Ronald Boeddeker and is a working cattle and sheep ranch.
The ranch is composed of 56,000 deeded acres and 168,000 acres of leased national forest, BLM and state land. Including more than 20 miles of riverfront on the Yampa, Little Snake and Williams Fork rivers, the ranch can support 2,000 cows and 10,000 sheep.
The ranch also is part of an area that contains the largest concentration of sage grouse in Colorado and ranch also has a large elk herd.
The ranch includes several homes, including an 11,000-square-foot, nine-bedroom log lodge and a hunting lodge.
Portions of the ranch can be purchased separately, by contacting the Mirr Ranch Group.