Framed by the majestic Teton Mountain Range to the east, the 613+/- acre Badger Creek Canyon Ranch represents a truly unique offering in southeast Idaho's coveted Teton Valley. Located at the north end of the valley, the ranch offers a diverse blend of rolling cropland set atop the tree-lined canyon rim with both sides of 2.5+/- miles of Badger Creek flowing through at the bottom. An excellent trout stream, this section of Badger Creek is unique in the sense that it is fed by large natural springs flowing out of the canyon walls, thus improving the habitat for the native Yellowstone cutthroat trout that call these waters home. Bordering public lands along its western and northern boundaries, the ranch provides excellent habitat for the area's big game species, including elk and mule deer. The canyon serves as a critical migration corridor for big game as they head west in the late fall to their winter range along the Teton River Canyon and lower elevations. For the avid wing shooter, healthy numbers of native sharp-tailed grouse and Hungarian partridge can also be found on the ranch and adjacent public lands.