Bear Mountain Ranch
Bordering the Manti-La Sal National Forest in central Utah, lie 7,973 acres of endless recreational possibilities. The Bear Mountain Ranch has the feel of complete seclusion and privacy, yet is less than an hours’ drive from the Provo airport. New Listing in conjunction with Kerry Oman with Summit Sotheby’s
Situated in the heart of the ranch is a luxurious 8,424 sf lodge built with massive logs and boasting spectacular views. The lodge is perfect for entertaining with a huge great room and kitchen/dining area, 6 bedrooms, a fully finished basement, and a refined rustic atmosphere that makes you feel like you are in the heart of the Old West while enjoying all of the comforts imaginable. The lodge is ideal for extended stays, weekend visits, or as a central hub for entertaining and recreation on the nearly 12 square miles of the ranch.
Bear Mountain Ranch is a 7,973 acre ranch bordering the Manti-La Sal National Forest situated southeast of Mount Pleasant in Central Utah. Beginning at 6,200 feet in elevation, the western section of the ranch is farmland with irrigated pastures ideal for raising cattle. The property then rises through moderately sloping benches before climbing to a series of pine and aspen covered canyons and alpine peaks with the highest reaching an exceptional 10,300 feet.
Because of the unique nature of the size and terrain of Bear Mountain Ranch, the property provides exceptional elk and deer hunting. Bear Mountain Ranch is part of the Utah Cooperative Wildlife Management Units (CWMU) program. This program works with private landowners to help keep the lands open as wildlife habitat instead of developing them. It gives sportsmen more opportunities to take large animals while competing with fewer hunters. As part of this program, Bear Mountain Ranch receives 6 bull elk tags and 9 buck deer tags. In return the state receives 1 bull elk tag, 1 buck deer tag, and 15 cow elk tags that are placed in the state’s public drawing.