Like most of Carbon County, this reclaimed Peerless Mine property is full of heritage and history. Peerless Mine was in operation from 1915-1953 at this location. The area was a small mining town above Spring Canyon that flourished with thirty houses, a store, an office, a post office, a very fine clubhouse for the officials of the company, and a school house. A tramway was built to carry coal from location to location. Now, post-reclamation, there are just moss covered foundations of the life that once thrived here. The property has been used for recreation purposes such as ATV riding, hiking the mountain ranges, and horseback trail riding. This investment could be used as a private hunting spot. The views from the mountaintops let adventurers take in panoramic views of Helper and the surrounding areas. There is a spring located on the property, but it would need to be replenished. The Spring Canyon paved walking/biking trail does cut through the property. The property can be accessed by both Spring Canyon Rd and Hardscrabble Creek Rd. The property includes 1 water right of Spring Canyon Creek. Listing also includes parcels 02-0026-0000, 02-0132-0000, and 02-0134-0000.
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