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Ranch at the Canyons at Smith Rocks - Central Oregon

A working preservation ranch ‌


The view from Sawtooth No. 23 Photo by Lee Hicks


Rich geological history… Spectacular views… Vineyard and Hayfields … Lakes…River…Trails… Stables…Clubhouse


A river view from Sawtooth No. 23


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1,700 acres More than 500 acres dedicated through an easement to the Deschutes Basin Land Trust Approximately 600 acres set aside for 60 home sites; 44 either purchased or available; 16 additional planned. Nearly 600 acres in agricultural use or open space. On the Crooked River adjacent to Smith Rocks State Park, Oregon, 25 miles north of Bend.


From “Eye of the Canyon Viewpoint” near Landholding 21

Photo by Lee Hicks


The view across the river from Balancing Rock No. 2 Photo by Lee Hicks


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15 minutes to Central Oregon’s regional airport; nonstop or direct service to Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, Denver and Los Angeles 25 miles north of Bend, the regional commercial hub; 8 miles to Redmond. More than 25 golf courses in a 40 mile radius including many public, public-private or private courses by designers including Nicklaus, Fazio, Jacobsen, and McLay-Smith. 50 minutes to Mt. Bachelor, the Northwest’s premier ski mountain. Fly fishing on 13 ranch lakes and the Crooked River. Within approximately 1 hour or less to fly fishing on such premier waters as the Deschutes, Metolius, and Fall rivers or Hosmer, Davis, Sparks, Buckhorn and Suttle lakes.


Only 25 miles from Bend, the hub of Central Oregon, and 15 minutes to the regional airport.


The view from The Pointe No. 33


Crooked River runs full with early Spring runoff and attracts expert kayakers.

Photo by Lee Hicks


Lake Overlook No. 41


Miles of handlaid native stone form the perimeter of the ranch.

Photo by Lee Hicks


By the first hay cutting the Crooked River reveals rocks that create pocket water for trout.

Photo by Lee Hicks


Crabapple blooming in the Spring near Monkey Face Vineyard Photo by Lee Hicks


One of 13 fly fishing lakes


Photo by Lee Hicks


Photo by Lee Hicks


Photo by Lee Hicks


Photo by Lee Hicks


Photo by Lee Hicks


A fly fishing lake near the Ranch entrance.


The Three Sisters peaks that define the Central Oregon Cascades as seen from the ranch.


Wildflowers are profuse at the Ranch as in this view to the Old Winery Clubhouse. Photo by Lee Hicks


A long view to the stables

Photo by Lee Hicks


Special events for residents and invited guests are held at the stables

Photo by Lee Hicks


Monkey Face Vineyard and The Orchards home, a traditional Tuscan-Napa style design.

Photo by Lee Hicks


Monkey Face Vineyard

Photo by Lee Hicks


Photo by Lee Hicks


Vineyard manager Kerry Damon explains the emergence of new grape clusters.

Photo by Lee Hicks


Ranch residents can bottle their own wine under the “Monkey Face� label

Photo by Lee Hicks


The Old Barn No. 47


Livestock grazing is part of the Ranch’s agricultural use.

Photo by Lee Hicks


Tennis courts, a swimming pool, spa and exercise room are part of the clubhouse facilities. Photo by Lee Hicks


The Three Sisters peaks in the Oregon Cascades from the Old Winery Clubhouse lake. Photo by Lee Hicks


The ranch clubhouse completed in 2010 is open to residents and guests for catered events and lodging. Photo by Lee Hicks


Photo by Lee Hicks


The clubhouse atrium Photo by Lee Hicks


Photo by Lee Hicks


Clubhouse dining room

Photo by Lee Hicks


Clubhouse library-parlor Photo by Lee Hicks


The stables tack room Photo by Lee Hicks


A reception in the stables.

Photo by Lee Hicks


Attention to detail is evident in such items as imported statuary and roof tiles, window shutters, doors and columns.


Osprey, quail, heron, Canada geese, eagles, deer, coyotes and badger are among wildlife sharing the ranch.

Photos by Lee Hicks


View to the clubhouse from the stables.

Photo by Lee Hicks


This home under construction reflects a style compatible with the highdesert landscape.

Photo by Lee Hicks


Homes take advantage of impressive views and the outdoor lifestyle. Photo by Lee Hicks


Open fields below Coyote Butte at the Ranch. Photo by Lee Hicks


Reflection on the Crooked River on a Fall afternoon hike. Photo by Lee Hicks


Above the starting point for a hike below to the Crooked River in Smith Rock State Park Photo by Lee Hicks


Late afternoon shadows on the Crooked River Trail below the Ranch. Photo by Lee Hicks


Iconic Monkey Face across the Crooked River from Ranch at the Canyons poses a formidable challenge for expert rock climbers.

Photo by Lee Hicks


From the Ranch you can watch climbers begin their ascent of Monkey Face across the Crooked River.


A climber nears the mouth of Monkey Face while another waits in the mouth. A telephoto view from No. 2, Ranch at the Canyons.


Rock climbers hone their skills on practice faces at Smith Rock State Park across from Lot 1 at the Ranch.

Photo by Lee Hicks


Photo by Lee Hicks


Another flying object other than eagles and hawks occasionally takes in the sights over the Ranch.

Photo by Lee Hicks


Swordfish (2001) with John Travolta and Halle Berry and The Postman (1997) starring Kevin Costner are among several films with settings around the Ranch. Among other movies featuring Ranch views are The Indian Fighter, Kirk Douglas; Tonka, Sal Mineo; Rooster Cogburn and the Lady, John Wayne and Katherine Hepburn; and Even Cowgirls Get the Blues, Uma Thurman and Angie Dickinson


There are 21 unique landholdings remaining for purchase at Ranch at the Canyons. Call or e-mail for more information.

Presented by

R. Lee Hicks 541-588-6614 Principal Broker

206-953-041(vm)

Licensed in Oregon and Washington

Metolius Property Sales 290 E. Cascade Avenue Sisters, Oregon 97759

www.rleehicks.com leemvnews@aol.com www.bendisbetter.blogspot.com The information herein is deemed reliable but not guaranteed. Interested parties are advised to seek advice from government agencies and independent counsel regarding land use, zoning, water rights, utilities and other issues related to the acquisition of real estate.

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