In the forest that divides Baker and Union County in Eastern Oregon, Frazier Mountain, a haven for wildlife and vegetation, overlooks both the Eagle Cap and Elkhorn mountains. The 5,350 acre ranch encompasses several distinct ecosystems, providing a superior habitat for both big game animals and livestock. Early season grasses thrive in the lower elevations. The southern side of Frazier Mountain consists of sagebrush and Ponderosa pine, while the northern slopes grow dense timber stands. Rocky Mountain Elk, mule deer, turkey and livestock find favorable forage from spring to late fall. An extensive road system through the 5,350 deeded acres highlights the exquisite landscape comprised of open meadows, ponds, rock features, streams, and alluring forests. Frazier Mountain provides an unparalleled opportunity to combine forestry with both agricultural and recreational endeavors.
Frazier Mountain is listed for 3,445,000. Call for a private showing 541-519-9360