La Sal Mountain Gramlich Homestead
A rare opportunity to own 160 beautiful hunting and cattle-ranching acres on The La Sal Mountains. The available property is located a short distance from the recreation mecca of Moab, Utah, and nearby National Parks. There is easy road access from Forest Road 0072 leading to the gates of the fenced property. The water sources on the ranch are early seasonal creeks and a spring located near the old cabin. Tall Cottonwoods and magnificent pines offer cover for the well-placed Gramlich Homestead's cabin.
The property offers outstanding views of the La Sal Mountain Range and its peaks. Mt Peale is breathtaking in the sunrise or sunset. The Manti-La Sal National Forest surrounds the property and provides excellent habitat for the numerous species and animals that frequent the property.
- Tall Cottonwoods and pine trees provide plentiful shade and seclusion throughout the property. The 160 +/-acres of sagebrush, willows, & grass meadows provide feed for wild and domestic animals.
- Creeks run across the ranch from several directions and are active during the early spring runoff. There is a spring on the property near the old cabin that comes and goes. The new owner can pursue drilling a well if so desired.
- The Manti-La Sal National Forest and its 80,000 +/-acres surround the property on all four sides.
- Buckeye Rd / Forest Road 0072 is a quality dirt road that turns off Hwy 46 in the town of Old La Sal and leads to the western portion of the property. Buckeye Rd transitions into R1 Rd and intersects with S2 Rd in Colorado. Two Mile Rd and Buckeye Rd are the same roads.
- Cattle ranching has been the primary use of the property during the early summer. Private-land hunting could be a beneficial use as well. Mineral rights are shared with current owners, and shares will be transferred with the sale of the property.
- There are no easements on the property at this time.
HOA? Bylaws? Other Restrictions? Not applicable at this time.
- The cabin built many moons ago is not in use today. The actual square footage of the house is to be determined, and it's a shell of its previous existence. Sellers are not sure when the cabin construction took place.
- A barbed-wire fence is contiguous around the property's border. There are multiple gates established throughout the property allowing for entrance or exit from different areas.
- There are ranch roads providing access throughout the property.
Well / Septic:
- The new owners would need to incorporate these into the property if so desired.
- The La Sal Mountain Gramlich Homestead is in Utah's La Sal, La Sal Mountain Hunting Unit. The La Sal area is considered to be one of Utah's premium hunting units.
- Deer Unit: 13A La Sal, La Sal Mountains.
- Elk Unit: La Sal, La Sal Mountains. Bull Elk & Cow Elk Hunts are available through the state DWR.
- Black Bear: Tags are available through the Utah DWR.
- Mtn. Lion: Tags are available through Utah DWR.
- Utah DWR: https://wildlife.utah.gov/hunting/main-hunting-page.html
- The Manti-La Sal National Forest has over 1,600 miles of perennial streams and 8,100 surface acres of lakes & reservoirs. Various types of fish inhabit these waters. For current information, visit the Ut. Div. of Wildlife Resources webpage: (http://wildlife.utah.gov/hotspots/reports_se.php)
Other Recreational Opportunities:
- Nearby is Moab, Utah, and its plethora of activities is awaiting the adventurer. Moab, Utah, is just 35 minutes from La Sal, Utah. The La Sal Mountains are twenty minutes south of Moab, Utah, and are Utah's second-highest mountain range. More than a dozen mountains in the mountain range have peaks over 12,000'. Mount Peale, which can be viewed from the property, is the highest peak at 12,721 feet. The 60 mile La Sal Mountain Loop Road is a paved two-lane highway with hairpin turns and sharp corners running through the Manti-La Sal National Forest and the Rocky Mountains.
- Moab's rich tradition of Hiking, Mountain Biking, RV'ing, and world-renowned photography landscapes will keep you entertained if you need more than the property and its immediate area can offer. Arches National Park offers over 2,000 stone arches for viewing. Delicate Arch is one of the widely recognized symbols in the State of Utah. Delicate Arch's opening measures 46' high and 32' wide. Other names for the arch formed from Entrada Sandstone are "Cowboy's Chaps," "Old Maid's Bloomers," and "Salt Wash Arch." The red color is from iron oxide. The hike to see the arch up close is about 3 miles.
- Hike along streams, see sandstone arches, and take the family with you. There are plenty of suitable walks for all.
- Dinosaur Field Trips start in downtown Moab, at the Museum of Moab. Venture through a half-mile hiking trail of state-of-the-art life-size dinosaurs.
- Rock Art sites on Federal Lands are protected areas. There are strict guidelines when visiting these areas. Please read the prepared literature about area sites before your visits.
- Dead Horse State Park, 4-Wheel Driving, La Sal Mountains Hiking, River Whitewater Rafting, Sand Flats Recreation Area, and an area some consider the best Mountain Biking on the planet. These are all close by to the "La Sal Mountain Gramlich Homestead."
- La Sal, Utah, is the closest town in Utah. Bedrock, Colorado, is also nearby. Sky Ranch & Canyonlands Field airports are in Moab, Utah, near La Sal, Utah. Monticello, Utah's City Airport, is also nearby. Salt Lake City International Airport or Grand Junction Regional Airport is within easy driving distance for international flights.
- La Sal, Monticello, Moab, Cortez, Grand Junction, or Naturita can provide for any shopping needs of any property owners or their guests.
The La Sal Mountain Gramlich Homestead is an outstanding property that very rarely becomes available. In an area known for excellent hunting, this property is fully fenced, has some water is accessible from good roads, and is loaded with fantastic foliage and recreational opportunities.
To make this yours, please contact:
"DUKE" Kent D Boyington