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Rugged scenery combined with trophy elk and mule deer herds makes the 21,700 deeded acre Sawtooth Shadows Ranch a New Mexico dream ranch for sportsmen with a special appreciation for Southwestern culture, history and landscape. Located in northeastern Catron County near the fabled mesa-top pueblo of Acoma, and the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundations Double H Ranch, the territory around Sawtooth Shadows Ranch remains largely unchanged from when it was settled by the ancestors of the Acoma and Navajo tribes millenia ago, and hardy ranchers a century ago. Even today, petroglyphs and artifacts of Native American culture are common on the ranch, as are remnants of several homesteads from New Mexico’s pioneer days.
The Sawtooth Shadows Ranch lies in the high New Mexico desert at elevations from 6700 to 7700 feet. Dominating the southern skyline are the rugged Sawtooth Mountains and the Datil Mountains in the Cibola National Forest, a refuge for some of the largest elk in the west. Fortunately for hunters, the ranch shares a 14-mile boundary with the National Forest and its elk (many bulls in the 400-plus class) freely range into the pinon/juniper and ponderosa forests of Sawtooth Shadows Ranch as well. The fact that approximately thirty landowner bull elk tags come with the ranch and that it lies in Unit 13, a primitive weapons area for elk, makes this ranch perfectly situated as a trophy elk ranch with a distinctive Southwestern flavor.
Other game abounds on Sawtooth Shadows, including huge mule deer in the 200-plus class (open to rifle hunting), mountain lion, black bear, pronghorn, turkey, and small game. A remarkable diversity of terrain from sweeping mesas, sandstone cliffs, rolling grasslands and arroyos invites days of exploration and gives the wildlife plenty of habitat from which to choose. An intermittent drainage, Alamocito Creek, runs through nearly 20 miles of the ranch and provides seeps and seasonal water to supplement numerous wells and tanks on the property.
Cattle ranching and trophy elk hunting combine well at Sawtooth Shadows, and numerous ranch improvements can support at least 200 head of cattle year-round. The ranch has power and phone and includes a roomy ranch house, a recently renovated bunkhouse, cookhouse, and an authentic Navajo hogan, fully renovated for guest use. Sawtooth Shadows Ranch is located equidistant from Pie Town, New Mexico to the southwest, Acoma Pueblo to the north. Year-round access is via well maintained roads about 16 miles from Pie Town, and 20 miles from Datil, New Mexico. Like all of the Southwest, Sawtooth Shadows Ranch is much better experienced than described. Harrigan Land Company would be privileged to introduce you to the very magical part of the Great Southwest called Sawtooth Shadows Ranch.