The rugged, wild terrain known as Pisgah Mountain in Central Colorado is perfect for visitors yearning to explore the areas rich history of gold mining. Once home to the Ute tribe, the mountain now includes two grazing allotments. Despite the grazing facilities, the land remains quite remote with thriving wildlife and vegetation. The soil is some of the state’s most fertile due to the mountain’s location in the Central Colorado Volcanic Field. Home to some of the state’s most prized scenic views, Pisgah Mountain is emblematic of Colorado in its most natural form with flourishing wildlife, breathtaking views, and rich plant-life.