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Many folks who come here want more privacy than Salida and the outskirts. In this case, the entire county and Fremont County (in a future post) open up to you. We have more rural than City, which is why so many come here to play. 85% of Chaffee County is Public Land and the remaining 15% is mostly rural.
There are three different terrains for our rural property.
1. First, the Valley. The Arkansas Valley runs through the entire county and on into Fremont County. Valley land tends to have stunning views of the surrounding mountains, fewer trees, and more grassland. The collage below gives you an idea of having a home or land in the valley.
2. 2nd, the Foothills. Foothill land has more trees, including Pines, Aspens, Pinon Pines, Junipers, and more, depending on how high up in the foothills you are. The views from the foothill can be territorial (you see trees, little creeks, cliffs, etc) or vistas (the valley below, mountains on the other side, etc). This land tends to be more private because of the rollling hills and the trees. The collage below will give you an idea of our foothills homes and land. 3. Mountain property. Although a bit harder to find and a bit harder to get to, some love the complete isolation of the mountains. Some places have to be entered by snow machine in the winter. The terrain is more rugged with lots of aspens and pines. Many people here think this is what they want until they realize that privacy is easily attainable, even if you are no more than 5 minutes from town.