No private or commercial pilot can land a helicopter in an American national park without a license from the U.S. Government. But you can here. The property has a helicopter landing pad and the owner/pilot can fly anytime, in any direction, day or night, from this private property. It's just a five minute flight to the Montrose Regional Airport. Being able to fly to this property creates exclusivity.
The owner/pilot has full discretion as to altitude and approach for safety of ingress and egress.
This is a private property right and not a right granted by the National Park Service. The flight to and from this parcel is an exclusive experience and a breathtaking adrenaline rush . . . presenting the visceral beauty of the Black Canyon of the Gunnison that can only be seen from a helicopter.
The helicopter can send the corporate employee, friends and guests, to all points of the compass, such as: Aspen, Vail, Telluride, Silverton, Crested Butte, Ouray, Glenwood Springs, Gunnison, and Taos, to name but a few. You can fly to Las Vegas in two hours in a helicopter.