Stake your claim in Colorado! This patented mining claim is just off Forest Road 295, only .7 miles from the parking area for the Alpine Tunnel Trail. This valley is steeped in mining history, in fact, a property bordering this one to the north was once an active mine. The property is gently to steeply sloping, heavily wooded, and loaded with lush, green undergrowth and abundant wildflowers. This could make an awesome camping property, or possibly a yurt getaway. The property consists of more or less 2 mining claims--the Little Ella Lode and most of the Kentucky Lode--for a total of 15.6 acres. There are massive mountain and valley views, and this location is just a few minutes from the trail over Chalk Creek pass. Forest Service Road 295 is open seasonally, and is an active route for snow machines in the winter, so this is not likely to be a year-round getaway for the faint of heart. A recent survey from 2020 is included to help locate property boundaries and historic, stone monuments. Come and see it while the wildflowers are still in bloom! Ask your Broker to see the Table of Allowed Uses for Recreational Zoning in the attached Supplements.