The home is centered on a 320-acre cattle ranch in the foothills of the Elkhorn Ridge of the Blue Mountains. The house is at 4,200 ft elevation and the ridge rises to 9,000 ft. Two small streams flow through the property where you can fish or wade or 'swim' in a deep spot. Hiking, riding, snowmobiling, mountain biking, sledding, hunting and cross country skiing are as close as the front door while Baker and Union counties offer countless more opportunities. Anthony Lakes ski area is famous for powder snow and is only is 19 miles away. Water skiing and sail boarding are nearby.
4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths
Sheralyn Hulegaard (Chandler)
100% refund for cancellations more than 30 days before check-in date. 50% refund for cancellations more than 14 days before check-in date.
The house was so nice, spacious and in a picturesque location! We loved how secluded it was. Great stay-loved it!
Great place to relax!
A little tricky getting here as we had to drive through a lot of slushy snow, but was worth it! House is very comfortable
Arnold Group 2/28-3-3
A nice stay again. I have been there twice before. One negative, No one knew about the discount vouchers we used the last 2 times we stayed there. I communicated with Sherlyn and she said they are probably on the counter but she was no longer in charge. Then I talked to the ski area and they said the property management Chandler Ranch did not sign up as an Anthony Lakes lodging partner. Disappointing.
Everything else was very nice.
Wonderful home in a beautiful location.
A fun winter getaway. Close to Anthony Lakes for skiing (downhill and cross country), sledding and snowshoeing. But also great snowshoeing right around the ranch. Fit 9 of us very comfortably.
Nice house with a good view of the mountains and fields
It Was Super
Everything was just perfect and met our needs for the best ever reunion place to be.
The City of Haines, population 420, is 8-miles away, with Baker City, population 9,800, 20-miles away providing the comforts of small town needs. Baker Valley, an agricultural center of industry, was a thriving gold mining center in its history with numerous ghost towns to explore. The Oregon Trail passed through the valley below the Ranch where the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center is about 25-miles away. Deer, elk, coyote, turkey, bear and other wild animals live on the Ranch and can be seen from the comforts of the house or outside on the decks. The Ranch includes both forest and open fields. During the summer cattle graze just outside of the yard. This home was designed and built for vacations, and was completed in January 2003. We have tried to include everything to make your stay comfortable. The nearest neighbor is 1/2 mile away so privacy and quiet is assured.