Seven Diamonds Ranch

Seven Diamonds Ranch


The 542-acre Seven Diamonds Ranch lies in the heart of Colorado’s renowned Wet Mountain Valley at the confluence of Grape Creek and Swift Creek, the valley’s two main drainages. This beautiful hay and cattle ranch is prime agricultural land with 350-acres of irrigated hay ground, and the balance of upland pasture.

The ranch is the first private property upstream of the DeWeese Reservoir, and includes both sides of a mile and a half of Grape Creek, the quiet pleasure of local fly fishermen. As part of the 10,000-acre Wet Mountain Valley Ranchland Preservation Program, including six contiguous ranches just west of the property, the ranch is assured its historic rural setting and spectacular protected view shed for generations to come. Seven Diamonds ranch is protected by a conservation easement held by San Isabel Land Protection Trust.

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For more info, contact:

Woody Beardsley
Mirr Ranch Group
O: 303-623-4545
C: 303-909-2486

  • "The Hood Family placed a conservation easement on our ranch because it gave us a chance to preserve the land as undeveloped property while allowing the operation of the ranch to continue to make ranching decisions as we have always done. It also provided funding to establish retirement funds and an investment portfolio, providing long-term income."

    – Keith Hood, fifth-generation rancher

We have protected more than 42,000 acres through 134 conservation easements.

Conservation easements guarantee long-term protection – through generations of landowners.