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SOLD! Secluded Colorado mountain cabin with fantastic views Those who know Colorado will tell you that the McClure Pass area on Colorado 133 between Carbondale and Paonia is one of the most beautiful spots in the entire state. Overlooking the south side of McClure Pass, this secluded mountain cabin sits in one of the most beautiful settings you'll ever see, with grand views of the Ragged Mountains, Marcellina Mountain, and Mount Gunnison. Built in 2008 by a custom builder, this 1,559-square-foot cabin is not "roughing it". It's very comfortable, with 3 bedrooms, wood stove, gas heaters, flush toilet, shower, refrigerator, well and cistern, generator, a spacious living room, an upstairs loft area, and expansive decks with stunning views. Mountain acreage in popular recreation area of Colorado GMU 521 hunting area Set on 36.5 acres, this mountain recreation retreat is spacious. there's plenty of room to roam the property. The HOA allows homeowners to archery hunt deer and elk, which are plentiful in the area, which is in Colorado Game Management Unit 521. Neighboring ranchers leave their gates open for property owners to snowmobile vast expanses in the winter, making it a great winter playground. Less than an hour from Carbondale and a half hour from Paonia, it's close enough to run up to the cabin after work. Winter access is by snowmobile only. Summer access is very good, with a good gravel road to the cabin. Hunting, fly-fishing, skiing, snowmobiling, horseback riding, mountain biking, and much more outdoor recreation is available nearby. Mountain cabin setting between Aspen and Crested Butte This cabin is located about an hour and a half southwest of Aspen in the Elk Mountain Range, looking straight across at the magnificent Ragged Mountains. Just a few miles away, below Paonia Reservoir, is the turnoff to Kebler Pass, which is a stunning summer and fall 30-mile drive to Crested Butte.