So, What’s the Colorado Weather Like? and Other FAQ’s
The weather is something everyone here talks about, so if you’re looking to buy the perfect Colorado mountain property you’ll need to know about the rapidly changing Colorado weather and these other FAQs!!
We’re here to help you make the best decisions about buying your Colorado dream property.
This page will answer a few of the most frequently asked questions we get from our clients looking to buy land for sale in Colorado – even the ones about the Colorado weather.
BLM land is available for all kinds of recreational activities such as hunting, fishing, horseback riding and more, similar to what you can do in a National Forest. Having property the abuts BLM land is a wonderful advantage.
See more detailed information on the BLM website.
If your land has a creek or stream on it (called surface water or live water) the right to use that surface water is deeded separately from the land.
For more information on water rights, you can find a guide here or visit the Colorado Division of Water Resources.
If you plan on raising any livestock including horses, chickens, goats, cattle, etc. you would need to apply for a domestic well which allows usage of water outside your home for your domestic animals, your lawn and gardens, etc. You can store water in a stock tank or irrigate up to one acre for a crop or gardens on a domestic well.
In the summer months the Colorado mountains are famous for beautiful sunny mornings with thunderstorms rolling in the afternoon. The winter months bring our fair share of snow as well as bright sunshine. There’s a saying in Colorado that if you don’t like the weather, wait 15 minutes!
For more detailed, up to date Colorado weather information click the below links.
- Colorado Climate Center
- National Weather Service
- Weather Underground
- Road and Weather Conditions
- Wx USA Weather Hub for Colorado
Colorado mountain properties offer some of the state’s best hunting and fishing. From the South Platte Dream Stream Gold Medal waters, to hunting elk, deer, big horned sheep and more you will find what you’re looking for in the Colorado Mountains. For detailed information on hunting and fishing in Colorado please visit the Colorado Division of Wildlife.
We hope you’ve found these FAQ and their answers useful. Please feel free to send us any questions you have that we didn’t answer and we’ll post them here with the answers to help other visitors.