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Little Bear Ranch
Kamas, Utah(Summit County)
A 446-acre mountain ranch with park-like meadows, Little Bear offers spectacular views of the High Uinta’s and provides a dramatic setting for a family homestead or guest lodge.
Located just 60 minutes from world renown Park City Utah and 90 minutes to the Salt Lake International Airport.
Situated in the Whitney area of the Uinta Mountains, access to Little Bear Ranch is easily accessible from the Mirror Lake Scenic Byway.
Zoning allows for up to 3- 5 dwellings contingent upon proposed access as well as local ordinances.
Recreational opportunities available year-round and include camping, hiking, mountain biking, snowshoeing, snowmobiling and ski-touring.
Little Bear provides prime habitat for moose, elk & mule deer for hunters and access to incredible fly fishing in many of the streams and lakes within the Mirror Lake Highway corridor.
Wasatch Peaks Ranch
Peterson, Utah(Morgan County)
12,740 acres / 20 square miles of pristine alpine terrain within Utah’s famed Wasatch Mountains, featuring elevations ranging from 4,820 to 9,570 feet
Located just 35 minutes from downtown Salt Lake City and the Salt Lake International Airport, the ranch is also 15 minutes from downtown Ogden and 10 minutes from the world class Snowbasin Resort.
The ranch, combined with the adjacent National Forest, has a continuous ridgeline of 11 miles that includes 24 peaks, 15 bowls and cirques, plus a 4,600 foot vertical rise.
Stunning scenery includes alpine, subalpine, montane forests, gambel oak woodlands, sagebrush, steppe, meadows/pasture and riparian areas.
25 miles of boundary within the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest provides additional recreational opportunities including heli-skiing.
Potential uses include a private year-round club, a destination resort, or alpine retreat.
Eleven creeks weave through the ranch for 35 miles from their alpine origin to the Weber River, 80 miles of hiking, mountain biking, ATV, and equestrian trails.
Average annual snowfall of 400+ inches
Unique geological features include the Deep Creek & Line Creek gorges plus an alpine glacier.
Currently zoned for one residential dwelling per /160 acres, the ranch is also considered a candidate for a master planned development (MPD) under Morgan County’s Forestry and also Multiple Use with options to include within Resort Special District (RSD) ordinance.
A private wildlife preserve provides big game hunting within a Cooperative Wildlife Management Unit (CWMU) with permits for mule deer, elk and moose.