Private mountain property in northeastern Wyoming on the western side of the Bear Lodge Mountains. This remote location has amazing scenery and is adjacent to Black Hills National Forest and State Land.
The land consists of 160 acres, which lies in one contiguous block. It joins a vast amount of Black Hills National Forest on the east boundary and a section of State Land on the south.
The terrain varies greatly and provides remarkable scenery, excellent wildlife habitat and several wooded cabin sites. The landscape includes secluded hills with pine, aspen and bur oak, along with canyon lands and high plateaus. Jim Wayne Canyon runs through the property from north to south. The elevation is in the range of 5,500 to 6,000 feet above sea level.
No utilities are currently installed for service to the property.
The property does not have any covenants.
The surroundings provide excellent wildlife cover and browse for whitetail deer, elk and wild turkeys. It is currently in Elk Hunt Area #116, which is a general area, and Deer Hunt Area #2.
Access and Location:
The property is located northwest of Sundance, Wyoming in a secluded setting with seasonal access west of Warren Peak. The property is on Bear Lodge County Road about 1.5 miles from a maintained gravel road. It’s about 8 miles to Highway 14 and 9 miles to Sundance.