Lamoille Canyon

Unobstructed views of the nearby Ruby Mountains to the east and equally clear views in all other directions. Wildlife, expanding, natural groves of quaking aspen and Russian olive, along with shade trees and evergreens along the meadows. Property includes the headwater of Spring Creek, which feeds the marina in the bordering Spring Creek property owners' association.

Also bordered by the undeveloped N. Pleasant Valley Road and a two-thousand acre portion of the Sustacha Ranch's grazing lands.

Multiple, excellent homesites on the property with plenty of land for the horses to roam and great development potential. Master planning for this area allows for subdivision.

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Location

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From Elko (blue route) turn off at Spring Creek Pkwy (1), 14 miles along the Lamoille Hwy from Elko. Then it's a right turn onto Greencrest Drive (2) and another right onto Ashburn Drive (3). Follow Ashburn until you hit the property.

From Lamoille (red route) leave the Lamoille Hwy with a right turn at Canyon Road (1). Then you'll need to turn left at Hog Tommy (2). Follow that until it runs into Ashburn Dr. (3) and turn left. Follow Ashburn until you hit the property.


Here are some more shots of this spectacular ranch property.

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Straight across from Lamoille Canyon, a magnificent glacial valley with national renown, shown carving it's way out from the spine of the Rubies.


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One of the property's canyons, with more Ruby Mountains in the background.


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Ready for livestock. And no irrigating, it's watered naturally from mountain snowmelt which surfaces on the property.


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Looking northwest, it's a ways to the neighbors, who are sitting on some of the best lots in the Spring Creek subdivision, a private property owners' association.


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This shows some of the regional land uses.


One of the ponds ...

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Which are open and running year round:
dead of winter and heat of summer and fall.

 
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Well, it's not forest land, but this old juniper sports a redtail hawk's nest...


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And this grove of aspen overlooking another pond wouldn't make a bad campsite.


Sometimes you can't decide which way to turn at sunset.
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