This high Chihuahuan Desert ranch has elevations ranging from 4,600 feet to 5,800 feet and is a series of canyons, peaks, and valleys, creating a rugged yet accessible terrain. The higher elevations of the Eagles are to the north at 7,400 feet. The Rio Grande valley to the south, with the Mexico mountains beyond, creates extraordinary geology and rock outcrops, one of which, Sawtooth, towers over the ranch. Sunrises and sunsets on this ranch are nothing short of stunning and you can see into the distance for 100 miles.
At this elevation there is a lush grassland matrix with brush, cacti, and Pion trees creating a
Davis Mountains appearance. There is a series of 4x4 roads shown on the map which get you around to the various features on the ranch. An excellent well and a new hunting lodge with six private rooms, each with a private bath, make this a comfortable and functional hide-a-way.
Eagle Pinon Ranch sits on the southeast shoulder of the Eagle Mountains and was a pasture at one time in a much larger ownership named Pion Pasture after the extensive Mexican Pions found on this ranch. Just nine miles west of Van Horn is the Allamoore exit on I-10 where you head south on a well-maintained gravel county road for 4.5 miles, then over the Union Pacific Railroad and into a 40,000 acre ranch where a deeded easement on a paved and gravel road gets you to this ranch in 11 more miles. Eagle Pion Ranch is tucked into a very isolated part of the Eagle Mountains, yet you have excellent access and, at the same time, extreme privacy.
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