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640 Acres, Access, Borders Blm Land

Fremont Canyon Road : Beaver, UT 84713

Iron County, Utah

640 Acres
$1,920,000 USD
$3,000 / ac
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Ranch Description

Enjoy pristine alpine beauty on 640 acres near Beaver, UT, bordering BLM land. Nestled on the slopes of Fremont Mountain, this property looks out over the breathtaking valley. This coveted location with panoramic mountain views is ideal for a mountain home, seasonal retreat, or hunting cabin less than an hour from the Eagle Point Ski Area. Perfectly spaced evergreens, junipers, and native sagebrush thrive on the mountainside for year-round beauty and vegetation.

Located along the rocky Tushar mountain range, you get a front-row seat to Utah's year-round beauty. As the third-tallest mountain range in Utah, this quieter, scenic range offers rivaling recreational opportunities away from the state's largest and busiest resorts.

Accessibility & Property Info

Away from the hustle and bustle of larger mountain towns, you can still hop on I-15 North to get to Beaver, Provo, and Salt Lake City. Provo is about 2.5 hours away, and Salt Lake City is slightly over 3 hours.

The property has approximately 1,055 feet of access on Fremont Canyon Road.

From I-15, take Fremont Canyon Road east for 7.3 miles directly to the property. Coyote Bench Road and Fremont Canyon Road (Fremont Iron County Road) intersect at the property's southwest corner.

Livestock is permitted, and nearby ranchers have a few cattleguards, gates, ATV trails, and fences along Coyote Bench Road and around the property.

For extra privacy and scenery, the northern boundary borders BLM land.

Fishlake National Forest is only 1.7 miles north of the property and is accessible by road along the eastern boundary of the property.

Recreational Opportunities

During the winter months, Eagle Point Resort in Beaver, Utah, is fun for families and experienced winter sports enthusiasts alike, with green, blue, black, and backcountry ski/snowboard trails available in season. Wind through the Tushar forests via snowmobile, take ski lessons, or try backcountry snowshoeing.

Zion National Park is also just an hour away and boasts some of the most scenic hiking trails in the state, with jaw-dropping canyons and towering red peaks.

Pull out your hiking boots during the summer months. Locals enjoy exploring Beaver's quieter, less-traveled mountain trails. Watch for wildlife, hunt, fish, mountain bike, kayak, or enjoy a scenic drive on a sunny day. The views never get old, and leaf peeping is spectacular in the fall. The mountains and landscape transform with each passing season, so there are always new sights and adventures to uncover.

The east and west sides of the Beaver valley feature distinct landscapes. To the east, discover miles of hiking and biking trails, camping areas, highland lakes, alpine ponds, rushing mountain rivers, aspen woodlands, and wildflower meadows. These mountain lakes and rivers are known for world-class trout fishing.

If you're up for a challenge, Beaver boasts the 23-mile Skyline National Recreational Trail for avid hikers and backpackers. The 12,000-Foot Tushar summits are nothing short of spectacular.

In addition to trout fishing, Utah offers hunting seasons for elk, mule deer, moose, pronghorn antelope, mountain goat & bighorn sheep, and upland game & turkey.

Experience Utah's Wild West near Frisco, just west of Beaver. This arid basin (aka Ramblers) is known for gem hunting for prized opal, blue beryl, and quartz in the Mineral Mountains, rock climbing and bouldering at the granite Milford Domes, trout fishing at Minersville Reservoir, and blazing trails through the Wah Wah Mountains.

Don't forget to take a ghost tour through Utah's historic Old West town of Frisco. The vacant Horn Silver mine was once the richest silver mine in the world.

Property Specifications

Parcel Size: 640 Acres M/L

Landio Property ID: Ut_Iron_00001

General Elevation: 7,000 - 7,760 feet

Title: Free & Clear

Conveyance: Warranty Deed

Nearby Points of Interest, Towns & Cities

1.7 mile to Fishlake National Forest

18.9 miles to Beaver, UT : Population 3,600

13.7 miles to Dixie National Forest

31.1 miles to Parowan, UT : Population 3,200

46.5 miles to Cedar Breaks National Monument

49.5 miles to Bryce Canyon National Park

50.4 miles to Cedar City, UT : Population 35,000

67.7 miles to Zion National Park

101 miles to St. George, UT : Population 95,000

110 miles to Capitol Reef National Park

167 miles to Glen Canyon National Recreation Area

217 miles to Salt Lake City, UT : Population 200,000

Gps Coordinates

Northwest Corner: 38.115575, -112.515468

Northeast Corner: 38.115562, -112.497056

Southeast Corner: 38.101053, -112.497065

Southwest Corner: 38.101066, -112.515458

Center Point: 38.108361, -112.506469

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