Moose Meadow Ranch- New Hazelton - 452.4 Acres
The Moose Meadow Ranch is located in the beautiful Bulkley Valley with its world-famous rivers for Steelhead fishing - Bulkley River, Suskwa River, Skeena River and the Kispiox River.
The property is sitting at the base of the Blunt Mountain Range and surrounded by crown land.
A year-round creek is running through the 452 +- acres property. There is a good stand of matured timber.
The current owners, who immigrated from Austria in 1999, bought and settled on this Ranch and cultivated and groomed it to this day. They operated a cow/calf operation on the property for several years until they switched to hay production for resale.
There is a great wildlife population, especially Moose, Deer, Bears. You can watch the Mountain goats right from your patio.
A large 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom home are in place. A total size of 2,200 square feet featuring a new sunroom, outside patio with pergola and walk-in cooler (160sqft.) which were installed 2018/2019.
Built in 2008
Cedar Post and Beam Construction with a Tin Roof
Built in 2010
Stick frame with a Tin Roof
Built in 2019
Post and Beam Construction with a Tin Roof
The Airport is only 30 minutes away, in Smithers. Great skiing areas in Smithers on one side and Terrace on the other. You can reach the ocean within 1.5 hours (Kitimat) or the Port of Prince Rupert in 3 hours.
Snow coverage - 2 to 3ft annually, mild winter climate because of the proximity to the Pacific.
New Hazelton has all basic amenities, like grocery store, Post office, Bakery, Restaurants, School, newly built Rec. Centre, Hospital with Dental Clinic, First Nations Art Museum
AREA DATA & History
Situated amidst a majestic landscape dominated by the 3000-foot walls of the rugged Rocher de Boule Mountain Range, New Hazelton is a wonderful stop on the Yellowhead Highway for visitors travelling between Prince George and Prince Rupert.
Named after the hazel bushes which paint the river-carved terraces, the towns of Hazelton, New Hazelton and South Hazelton are collectively known as The Hazeltons, and the Totem Pole Capital of the World.
The Hazelton area has nurtured northwest coast native cultures at ‘Ksan for over 7,000 years, with the Gitksan and Wetsuwet’en peoples always living here, where the Skeena River meets the Bulkley River. The Skeena River served as an ancient trade route, navigated by 60-foot cedar canoes travelling from the coast upriver to totem-filled villages with magical names like Temlaham, Gitanmax and Kispiox.
From 1886 to 1913, nearby Hazelton was the upriver terminus for a fleet of sternwheelers which plied the wild rapids of the Skeena, bringing people and supplies to the nearby mines, farms and settlements. In 1914, a transcontinental railway was pushed down the Skeena Valley, bringing thousands of construction workers and homesteaders. New Hazelton and South Hazelton were established as commercial centres on the busy railway.
After 1914, the Hazeltons area stabilized into a rural region of 14 small Native and pioneer communities, all of which have maintained the unique charm of their historic beginnings.
A visit to the Hazeltons today is a journey into the historic Heartland of northwest British Columbia.
Forage & Water Notes
A total of 200 cultivated acres.
3 tones of hay with one cut
Excellent soil and growing conditions, especially for Alfalfa;
Fields are surrounded by irrigation ditches with plenty of water, but good ground moisture, therefor hardly any irrigation needed.
BOUNDARIES / FENCES etc.
The Ranch is partially fenced with barb wire.
SERVICES to Property
Well, Septic, Power, Satellite Internet, Telephone line
$520.00 + approx. $452.00 / 2019
LEGAL with PID
Lot 1 DL 465 Cassiar District Plan EPP92359 and West 1/2 of DL 1064 Cassiar
030-993-725 and 015-696-669
- Acres: 452
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