604 acre ranch, 11 titles, 500 acres production and pasture 3.6 km frontage on the Fraser River in the spectacular Robson Valley. 5 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom home, large shop, outbuildings, corrals, spectacular views and abundant wildlife.
604 acre cattle ranch in a picture perfect setting surrounded by 3.6+ km of Fraser River frontage in the Robson Valley between the majestic Rocky and Cariboo Mountains.
The 2,530 ft2 5 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom home has a large living room with vaulted ceiling, kitchen with maple cabinets and a dining area ideal for large family and guests. The bright comfortable basement has in-floor heat, 4 bedrooms, bathroom, entertainment room and large windows.
The house is heated with an outdoor Heatmore wood fired furnace that provides comfortable in floor heat that is backed up with a new efficient propane furnace. The glycol heat exchanger in the propane furnace also circulates the hot air warmed by the wood fired boiler saving on propane and creating a very energy efficient system.
Improvements include large workshop, extensive corrals, animal shelter buildings, storage and numerous outbuildings.
With about 500 acres in hay/tame pasture the ranch produces enough haylage to winter over 100 cow/calf pairs. The owners take one cut of haylage then rotational graze the cattle on the fields. The ranch previously operated as a registered bison game farm and could be converted back.
In 2020 the ranch was leased out for grazing cattle which could be an option for a buyer.
This is a great hunting property and area with wildlife thriving in the forests surrounding the ranch and on the islands in the river.
The river frontage has a boat launch to access excellent jet boating on the Fraser and Morkill Rivers.
The CN Railway to the Port of Prince Rupert runs through the ranch. VIA Rail provides passenger pick up or drop off at the ranch heading east to Jasper or west to Prince George adding a fun and super scenic travelling experience at your doorstep.
10272 Loos Road on the Fraser River between Loos and Dome Creek, BC at the west end of the Robson Valley between the Cariboo and the Rocky Mountains.
From Prince George, go east on Highway 16 toward McBride. From 7-Eleven (the old Mr. G’s) at the top of the hill at km 155 turn left at Crescent Spur (green sign) onto Loos Road. Deeded land starts just past Snowshoe Creek Bridge on Loos Road. From McBride go west for 48 km on Highway 16 and do as above it is about 20 km from the ranch to the highway.
Crescent Spur–Loos is made up of several communities which grew and faded as sawmills came and went. It now attracts back country enthusiasts from all over the world. From grizzly bear watching in the Morkill to hiking the historic Goat River Trail, the unspoiled wilderness offers a true challenge to the adventurous at heart. For a more relaxed trip, take a walk through the many old growth forests, or visit La Salle Lakes. Little la Salle is a popular fishing destination and la Salle Lake campground offers rustic camping with a swimming dock, non-motorized boat launch and beach.
The Spur with a population of about 15 permanent residents is located on the Fraser River just west of McBride. The community also boasts a world class heli-ski lodge that operates from January thorough to April. Postal services are available and a school bus brings children from Crescent Spur to the schools in McBride.
The Robson Valley Region is a collection of communities nestled on the edge of the Rocky Mountains in northern British Columbia, between Prince George, Jasper, and Kamloops. The Robson Valley Region includes: Dome Creek, Loos , Crescent Spur, McBride, Dunster, Tête Jaune Cache, and Valemount. The communities and lifestyle is a great opportunity to step back and enjoy life; the outdoors, nature, fresh air, wildlife, and close neighbours.
Living in the Robson Valley is your chance to step away from the busy pace of city life, and embrace space, serenity, scenic views, community, outdoor adventures, and a life that anyone can afford.
Hay production land, pasture and forested land.
Area recreation includes hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking, geocaching, hunting, fishing, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and the Robson Valley is renowned for world-class snowmobiling and heli-skiing. The Ancient Forest, with 1,000+ year old cedars and the Morkill River Falls are just 50 minutes away from the main ranch house. The tourism and hunting possibilities are endless, and the abundance of wildlife and scenery are breathtaking. This is the ideal country getaway with excellent income generating potential.
Like most properties in the valley the ranch was originally cleared for the timber value. Originally homesteaded by the Spooners in the 1940s, the property was then purchased by a Mennonite family in the early 1960s who cleared some of the land and began farming. In 1970 “Abe,” a local logger/outfitter, purchased the property and cleared more land. With a larger amount of arable land Abe ran cattle and horses on the property. The ranch house was built in 1980/81. In later years Abe ran bison on the ranch. The current owners have also run bison on the property and with some extra fencing the property can be converted back to a game farm for bison.
Please see mapping section all boundaries shown on Google Earth are approximate.
53°37'53.35"N and 120°46'34.84"W
Operating cattle ranch 11 titles. Can be purchased with Big Game Territory
Domestic water well(s), Hydro, telephone, satellite TV and Internet.
2,530 ft2, 5 bedroom, 2.5 bath ranch home with great river and mountain views. Spacious open living room with vaulted ceiling and kitchen with maple cabinets.
Large shop, shelter buildings, storage and numerous outbuildings.
RU5 Fraser Fort George Regional District
All deeded land is in the ALR.
11 titles of deeded land call Rich for list of legal descriptions.
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