Canyonlands National Park, Moab, Utah USA
Historic Ranch — Private Acreage At Canyonlands National Park
Horsethief Ranch, a completely self-sufficient compound overlooking Canyonlands National Park in the world famous mountain biking, river rafting, and rock-climbing mecca of Moab Utah. Nestled in a secluded canyon toward the tip of the red rock plateau known as “Island in the Sky,” Horsethief Ranch is the site of a unique geological formation that produces some of the purest spring water on earth. The entire ranch from the wood fired hot tub built into the cliff face to the 1/4 acre organic garden is spring fed via an ingenious gravity and solar pump powered irrigation system.
Located near the confluence of the Green and the Colorado Rivers, the ranch site was once a basecamp for Anasazi hunting parties and eventually a frequent hideout for the legendary outlaw Butch Cassidy. A classic and completely self-contained horse property preserved as a private retreat for your family for generations. There is nothing similar to this property available anywhere in the world.
The property includes 5 acres hidden in a box canyon framed by red stone cliffs and surrounded by 11,000 acres of grazing land, an historic hand built stone ranch house with 500 year old cedar beams and an oasis of organic fruit trees and spring-fed gardens.