Year-Round Access. It’s easy to access the South Fork Wilderness Ranch from McCall, Idaho, via a scenic backcountry road to the historic mining town of Warren and then via Forest Roads #340 and #337, descending 12-plus miles and 4,200 vertical feet to the ranch property. The spectacular drive takes approximately two hours from McCall. In the winter months, the road can be used for overland travel via snowcat or snowmobile.
Easy Access by Aircraft. It’s a 20-minute flight to the South Fork Wilderness Ranch from McCall, and a 60-minute flight from the Boise Airport. The ranch has a private airstrip to accommodate aircraft access.
Colorful History. The South Fork Wilderness Ranch is steeped in history – beginning with the Native American Indians who occupied the canyon for thousands of years. And then came the original homesteaders and settlers, who were quite enterprising! The original homesteaders at the South Fork Wilderness Ranch raised food for nearby miners in the 1800s, and then a series of owners raised horses and cattle on the property.
The ranch is presently unencumbered in terms of terms of any protected easements. The seller seeks to preserve the ranch’s pastoral and wilderness qualities with input from the buyer prior to closing.