This large property near the top of Trout Creek Pass is heavily treed, surrounded by National Forest land, and gently slopes toward Hwy 24. Near the top of the property there is a large natural clearing that would make an excellent building site with great views of the Buffalo Peaks and the north end of the Collegiate Range. Currently there is no direct access to this property. From where you park on FS Road 329 it is approximately 0.2 mile to the property and an additional 0.1 mile to the natural clearing. The Forest Service has a process to lease easement access to property owners. Because of the unique access challenges the property cannot be subdivided. This would make an excellent off-grid property. The elevation at the top of the property is approximately 9,700 ft. The only house you can see for miles is a large log cabin on the adjacent property to the south. If you are looking for an easily accessible off-grid mountain property that is surrounded by National Forest and is still within 30 minutes of one of the coolest mountain towns in Colorado, then this property is the one you've been looking for!