The Ranch Landscape
South-T-Bar Ranch boasts unique rock outcroppings and thick old growth Ponderosa and Fir forests. The views vary from the majestic Pikes Peak to the local mountains and valleys surrounding the ranch. Higher elevations provide a view of the Sangre de Cristo Mountain range and the Wet Mountain Valley. Two minor mountain passes surrounding the ranch help create the changing landscape and influence the local weather. Snowfall and rainfall vary greatly from one part of the ranch to another and the same can be said for wind speeds and temperature.
South T-Bar Ranch is a 5200-acre private, gated community 13 miles SW from CO HWY 9 along South Tallahassee Road at the end of County Rd 21. The ranch is just west of Canon City CO. South T-Bar Ranch proper is comprised of over 100 parcels, all at least 35 acres each, of which, about 15 are occupied by full-time residents and many more seasonally. Protective Covenants maintain the property values with minimal restrictions, and a Grazing Lease keeps the property taxes low. All parcels have access to electricity and year-round road access. There are 20 adjacent parcels that surround the South T Bar Proper Filings 1-6 that use the private gate as access to their properties.
The critters, like everything else on this ranch, come in a wide assortment. Elk, mule deer, antelope, bear, mountain lion, lynx, bobcat, coyote, turkey, eagles, hawks, prairie dogs and badgers all share this abundant land we call South T-Bar.