The Ochoco Ranch is a legendary property in Central Oregon that is more than twice the size of Manhattan. Situated in the foothills of the Ochoco Mountains, this rolling forest property consists of 40,040 acres of timbered high country bordering the Ochoco National Forest. Preliminary timber analysis shows approx. 523M board feet gross inventory with potential of approx. 8.2M board feet of sustainable timber harvest annually. The ranch has over 100+ miles of all surface roads, with panoramic and spectacular views of the Cascade Mountain Range from various locations. Nineteen miles of live water creeks are located on the ranch, offering exceptional fishing opportunities. There are approx. 65 springs on the property. Elevations range from 3600 in the lower meadows to 5700 ft at Lookout Mtn fire tower. Meadows are sub-irrigated from creeks, springs and pond restoration, creating an exclusive sporting and recreational sanctuary. Trophy herds of elk, mule deer and antelope reside on the ranch, as well as black bear, cougar, bobcat and upland birds. Grouse, quail, and turkey provide great fall sporting opportunities. Up to ten Rocky Mountain elk and ten mule deer LOP tags, in addition to general draw tags may be available. (verify through ODFW. The ranch features a lodge complex with a well-appointed three-bedroom home, a six-stall horse barn and tack room, with mountain elegant living quarters above, a separate two-bay workshop and two cozy cabins. An ideal sportsmans paradise! This rare 40,040acre timber ranch is an ultra-private, pristine recreational property with multiple spectacular estate homesite locations on high peaks and along meadows. The sustainable timber growth offers considerable longterm profitability. Property excludes the So1/2 of the SW 1/4 of Sec 9, 15S, 19E and the No 1/2 of the NW 1/4 of Sec16, 15S, 19E and home on subject property.