Chalk Bluff Ranch

600 Acres, Bishop, California

Last of the Great Eastern Sierra Ranches

Almost one square mile of breathtaking terrain.

Chalk Bluff Ranch is located just 4.25 miles NW of downtown Bishop, prominently situated on Chalk Bluff.

One-half mile from Owens River.

Spectacular panoramic vista views of Owens Valley and Mountains made famous by John Muir and Ansel Adams; and the White Mountains, home to the oldest living things on earth: the Ancient Bristlecone Pines, some of which were still living when the Pyramids of Egypt were built.

Close to World Class Skiing, Stellar Rock Climbing, Ancient Bristlecone Pines, Outstanding Year-Round Fly Fishing, Crowley Lake, Mono Lake, The Gorge, Mt. Whitney, Yosemite, Ansel Adams and John Muir Wilderness Areas, Kings Canyon and Sequoia National Parks. 

Elevation ~ 4,600 feet.

Uniquely situated, in an island-like setting surrounded by tens of thousands of acres of pristine lands and adjacent to Wilderness Study Areas and nearby  Fish Slough Area of Critical Environmental Concern (ACEC), Chalk Bluff Ranch is close to both beautiful wildlife habitats and the convenience and amenities of the scenic town of Bishop. The unique stradling of proximities and the privacy of Chalk Bluff Ranch provides unique access and the rare opportunity for recreational enjoyment of these extensive scenic lands while still providing convenient access to Bishop and Mammoth Lakes and surrounding environs.


Several escarpments of Bishop Tuff are found on the property. Bishop Tuff is a building material which can easily be cut and can provide natural stone finishes to building projects.