TwoBuck Creek Ranch
Wallowa County Oregon

TwoBuck Creek Ranch is a northeastern Oregon recreational paradise situated in the high-country of the Wallowa Mountains. This hilltop property offers astounding views of the Eagle Cap Wilderness and the valley below. The Snake River cuts through Hell's Canyon, the deepest canyon on the North American Continent, east of the ranch below Idaho's magnificent Seven Devil's mountain range.

With a year-round spring-fed creek running across the property, this quarter-section (165 acres) of land is ideally situated for homesite and ranch development, with a panoramic view unequalled and unobstructable in all directions. High grass, water, wildlife, big timber and privacy are protected by controlled access. Presently, the ranch provides superb grass and water for registered grass-fed beef.

The ranch is located east of Joseph, a town named in honor of Chief Joseph of the Nimiipuu (Nez Perce) People. Nearby Wallowa Lake, a natural moraine lake dug by glaciers over 17,000 years ago is a popular recreation site and source for irrigation distribution throughout the lower valley.

Wallowa County is home to Rocky Mountain Elk, Mule Deer, White Tail Deer, Rocky Mountain Big Horn Sheep, Mountain Goat, Cougar, Bear, Bobcat, Wolf, Coyote, Pheasant, Grouse, Quail, and Turkey. Wallowa Lake offers world record Kokanee, Lake Trout (Mackinaw), and Rainbow Trout. Blue Ribbon trout streams throughout the County offer a fly-fisher's paradise in addition to strong runs of Steelhead and Salmon.

Joseph Airport is paved and jet capable with a 5200' x 60' runway at 4121 ft. elevation.

Seller/owner is an experienced rancher with land and residential development expertise. There is a pole-barn on the property. Architectural plans for a home and outbuildings are available.