Cowboys will lead the cattle drive from Moore & Titan Road south through Providence Gulch on Sunday, November 21st, at 11:00 AM.
Join us at the Overlook Clubhouse for a bird’s eye view of the cattle drive. Bring a chair as seating is limited in and around the clubhouse on the trail.
After the cattle drive, residents can meet the riders at the Overlook. We will have free Woodhill BBQ sandwiches for the first 150 people and hot dogs for the kids!
To watch the Cattle Drive you can park on Moore Road or you can see it from the Regional Trail. Map of the path will be available soon!
As a reminder for your safety, please make sure to keep your family and your pets a safe distance from the cattle drive. Please avoid walking in Providence Gulch and the Excel easement between 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM.
Sterling Ranch’s development plan embraces Colorado’s Western Spirit. Cattle and ranching are important parts of our history and a sustainable future. Embracing this history is bringing a cattle drive to Sterling Ranch. Cowhands will move cattle from their summer grazing pasture through Sterling Ranch to their winter grazing pasture. Rotational grazing isn’t a new idea when it comes to moving cattle. Rotational grazing is healthier for the land and plants. When done properly, pasture rotation can prevent overgrazing, create fire mitigation, aid in optimal regrowth of plants, and allow the same piece of ground to be grazed several times during their growing season. Moving livestock around improves ecosystem health.