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Hunting Unit Descriptions
GMU 15
Mountainous with Colorado River is forming south boundary. Pinyon Juniper and sagebrush ranging upward into Aspen and Spruce/Fir. Elevation ranges from 6000 to 10,000 feet. Southerly aspect. Good access with 4X4 vehicle.

GMU 22
Canyons, draws and rolling hills ranging from 4500 feet to 8500 feet. Predominant vegetation is pinyon and juniper with interspersed sagebrush parks. Higher elevations and north slopes have mixed mountain shrub with pockets of spruce and fir and aspen. Variable Aspect. Good access with 4X4 vehicle.


GMU 23
Unit dissected by White River. Mountainous with pinyon juniper and sagebrush at lower elevations grading into mixed mountain shrub and aspen/conifer at upper elevations. Elevation ranges from 6,000 to over 10,000 feet. Predominant aspects are northerly and southerly. Fair access with 4X4, better with horse.

GMU 25
Rolling hills predominantly pinyon and juniper at lower elevations moving into sagebrush, aspen and spruce/fir at upper elevations. Aspect is easterly. Elevation ranges from 6,000 to over 10,000 feet. Good access with 4X4 vehicle.

GMU 26
High plateau with rolling hills dropping down to the Colorado River. Predominantly pinyon and juniper at lower elevations moving into sagebrush, aspen and lodgepole pine at upper elevations. Aspect is southerly. Elevation ranges from 6,000 to over 10,000 feet. Fair access with 4X4 vehicle, better with horse on King Mountain.

GMU 32
High plateau directed by canyon country. Side slopes characterized by steep, exposed shale cliffs, covered on the north aspects by dense mixed mountain shrub with pockets of fir. Pinyon-juniper woodlands and mountain shrub at mid-elevations with sagebrush and greasewood along the base. The top of the plateau is rolling with a diverse mixture of high mountain sagebrush, mixed mountain shrub, aspen and spruce/fir stands. The general aspect is southerly with elevations ranging from 4,500 feet to 9,000 feet. Good access with 4X4 vehicle to the top of the plateau; however access to lower elevations is often limited to foot/horseback.

GMU 33
Rolling hills directed by the Grand Hogback. Prominent vegetation is sagebrush, farmland, grading into pinyon and juniper and mixed mountain shrub. Pockets of aspen and spruce/fir occur on north aspects and at the upper elevations. Elevation ranges from about 5,000 to 9,000 feet. Aspect is generally southerly. Good access with 4X4 vehicle.

GMU 34
Mountainous area directed with deep canyons and limestone cliffs. Predominantly southern aspect. Lower elevations covered with pinyon and juniper, grading into mixed mountain shrub, aspen and spruce fir with open sagebrush parks on top of the plateau. Access is good with 2X4 up the CoffeePot road during mild weather. Transfer trail is the only other major access point and is 4X4 only. Elevation ranges from 5,500 feet to 10,500 feet. Aspect is generally southerly.

GMU 35
Castle Peak is dominant feature dropping off on all sides through rolling hills to the Colorado and Eagle rivers. Lower elevations dominated by pinyon and juniper with interspersed sagebrush parks grading into aspen and spruce/fir and high elevation sagebrush. Aspect varies. Elevation ranges from 6,500 feet to over 11,000 feet. Two wilderness study areas occur in the area. Access varies from 2X4 to foot and horse only.

GMU 36
Rolling hills to mountainous. Lower elevations dominated by sagebrush with upper elevations mostly aspen and spruce/fir. Southwesterly aspect. Elevation ranges from 6,000 feet to 10,500 feet. Access is fair for 4X4 in upper elevations but much of lower elevations are landlocked by private lands.

GMU 42
Mountainous with northern portion of unit flatter ranch lands. The Battlement Range is the dominant feature along the central portion of the unit. Vegetation varies from low elevation sagebrush; fields and Pinyon juniper, grading up into mixed mountain shrub, aspen and spruce/fir at the upper elevations. Dominant aspect is northerly and southerly. Elevation ranges from 3,000 to over 10,000 feet. Access is fair for 4X4 throughout most of the unit and for 2X4 in some areas.

GMU 43
Mountainous (includes part of the Grand Hogback) ranging in elevation from 6,000 to over 12,000 feet. Lower elevations dominated by pinyon and juniper with interspersed sagebrush parks, grading up into mixed mountain shrub, aspen and spruce/fir with upper reaches alpine tundra above timberline. Aspect variable. Access is fair for 4X4 and better for horse/foot traffic.

GMU 44
Mountainous with a northerly aspect. Lower elevation dominated by pinyon and juniper with interspersed sagebrush parks grading into mixed mountain shrub, aspen and lodgepole pine. Elevation ranges from 6,500 to over 10,000 feet in elevation. Good access for 4X4 and for 2X4 in some areas.

GMU 444
Rolling hills to mountainous. Aspect generally southwest. Lower elevation dominated by pinyon and juniper with interspersed sagebrush parks grading into mixed mountain shrub, aspen and spruce/fir. Elevation ranges from 6,000 to over 11,000 feet. Good access for 4X4 and foot or horseback.

GMU 47
Mountainous with elevations ranges from 6,500 to over 12,000 feet. Vegetation varies from pinyon and juniper through mixed mountain shrub and sagebrush to aspen, lodgepole pine, spruce/fir and alpine tundra. Access is fair for 4X4

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