Halligan Hills on the Red Rock consists of 3,003+/- acres and serves as a monument to the northeast entry into the famed Centennial Valley. Of those 3,003+/- acres there are 2,132+/- deeded acres, a 547+/- acre state lease, and a 324+/- acre BLM lease. This area is known for hardy grass, heavy calves and excellent recreation. Located in many of the draws and ravines are mountain springs, making this area very inviting to wildlife and a cow's walk to water short. This acreage makes up the majority of the property and allows the operator a very easy to use and highly productive summer range. The river portion of the property consists of 240 +/- acres astride the Red Rock River. With both sides of the river for 3/4 +/- miles and located just below the spillway of Lima Reservoir, this unique scene couldn't be more perfectly set. Flood irrigated grassy meadows and hillsides choked with beautiful Aspen trees as the river meanders downstream.