Salmon River Mountain Ranch
Idaho County, Idaho
6,285.01 ± Acres · $3,980,000
- Joins the Salmon River for approximately 9 miles.
- Near the quaint town of White Bird, ID.
- Comprised of 4,664.01 ± Deeded Acres, 1,531 ± BLM Acres and 90 ± State Acres
- Spectacular views of 27 canyons and numerous mountain ridges
- Diversity of habitat supports many hunting opportunities including a resident elk herd, mule deer, bear, upland birds, etc.
- Unique combination of good grass with fencing and numerous mountain timber slopes.
- Highway frontage.
- Elevation change of over 3,000 ft.
This magnificent 6,285.01 +/- acre ranch is a pristine jewel located along the Salmon River near the quaint town of White Bird, Idaho. The ranch joins the Salmon River for approximately nine (9) miles, including public lands managed by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and State of Idaho. With spectacular views of twenty-seven (27) canyons and numerous mountain ridges with one major mountain ridge peak running through the ranch which has the multitude of mountain ridges and creeks running off of it, this ranch has an enormous feel and hunting presence to it making it feel much larger than 4,664 deeded acres.
The Salmon River in Idaho is the longest free-flowing river in the contiguous United States and fishing on the adjoining Salmon River is an absolute fishermans dream. Fishing includes Chinook Salmon (ocean-going), Steelhead (ocean-going), Sockeye or Kokanee Salmon, Cutthroat Trout, Mountain Whitefish, Bull Trout, Brook Trout, Kokanee, Sturgeon, Bass, Tiger Muskie, and other species. The diversity of habitat supports many hunting opportunities including a resident elk herd, mule deer, bear, upland birds, and other wildlife.
The property offers a unique combination of good grass with fencing which supports an excellent grazing program and numerous mountain timber slopes with the north facing side of the slopes holding the oldest and largest volume of the timber. Named features include Pealy Flat, Woodruff Flat, Woodruff Gulch, Lee Flat, Lee Creek, The Knob peak, Shutt Canyon, Shorts Bar (on Salmon River), Lightning Creek, Big Foot Island (on Salmon River), Lyons Bar (on Salmon River), Soards Gulch, Giants Nose peak, and Owens Gulch.
The Salmon River in Idaho is a premier family vacation destination in the Northwest, providing jaw-dropping scenery, excellent fishing and hunting. Views from the ranch include the Nez Perce National Historical Monument and nearby White Bird, ID. With highway frontage, an elevation change of over 3,000 ft., a multitude of springs and spring fed creeks, over 27 canyons and the Salmon River running through it, this ranch is truly one-of-a-kind.
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