Brown Canyon Imnaha Ranch
Descend over 2,200' in elevation from the Wallowa Valley to the rugged town of Imnaha, OR where the Brown Canyon Ranch is known to many as one of the best fall, winter and spring grazing spots for livestock alike. Once used as an important wintering spot for the Nez Perce Indians, the gentle high-volume grass slopes are filled with flush thickets, creeks, and springs providing optimal habitat for livestock and wildlife during cooler months. Backed to the East by the Forest Service, the recreational opportunities are limitless within the Snake River Unit. With power at the property, choose from multiple buildable sites that span over 4,404.57 +/- deeded acres that overlook one of the Pacific Northwest's premium Steelhead and trout fisheries.
For more information Contact - Todd Longgood, Timothy "Scott" Coe, or Christopher Stuvland