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GMU 39 - Jefferson, Clear Creek, and Park Counties

GMU 39 - Jefferson, Clear Creek, and Park Counties

The area ranges in elevation from about 5,100 feet in the east to over 14,000 feet in the west. The western part of the area is mountainous and includes many heavily forested areas, high alpine tundra, rocky outcroppings, shrubs, and open grasslands.

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GMU 37 - Summit and Grand Counties

GMU 37 - Summit and Grand Counties

The Continental Divide and the Gore Range Divide encircle Middle Park. Most of this terrain is steep to very steep. Sagebrush/shrubs are common on southern exposures at lower elevations.

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GMU 77 - Archuleta, Hinsdale, La Plata, and Mineral Counties

GMU 77 - Archuleta, Hinsdale, La Plata, and Mineral Counties

Elevations range from about 6,500 feet to more than 12,000 feet. Weather can change quickly and be severe.

69 /100
GMU 31 - Mesa, Garfield and Rio Blanco Counties

GMU 31 - Mesa, Garfield and Rio Blanco Counties

piñon-juniper, with pockets of sagebrush, cover most of area at lower elevations. Higher elevations are characterized by sagebrush interspersed with aspen stands and some dark timber. Terrain varies from rolling sagebrush to steep-sided canyons.

69 /100
GMU 24 - Rio Blanco and Garfield Counties

GMU 24 - Rio Blanco and Garfield Counties

White River offers variety and extremes. Several peaks in the Flattop Wilderness are 12,200ft in elevation. Elevation drops to 5,300ft near Rifle. The lower elevation vegetation starts out with sage, progressing to oakbrush/mtn brush, aspen, and e...

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GMU 18 - Grand County

GMU 18 - Grand County

The Continental Divide and the Gore Range Divide encircle Middle Park. Most of this terrain is steep to very steep. Sagebrush/shrubs are common on southern exposures at lower elevations.

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GMU 61 - Mesa, Montrose, Ouray, and San Miguel Counties

GMU 61 - Mesa, Montrose, Ouray, and San Miguel Counties

The Uncompahgre Plateau is a broad structural uplift within the Colorado Plateau physiographic province. The Uncompahgre Plateau consists of a relatively flat 9,000 - 9,800 foot summit that runs northwest from Ridgway to the Unaweep Canyon.

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GMU 131 - Routt and Rio Blanco Counties

GMU 131 - Routt and Rio Blanco Counties

From a low of 6,300 to 12,000ft along the Continental Divide. The Routt National Forest dominates the eastern 2/3 of the Upper Yampa units with coniferous forests and aspen. Mountain shrub and rolling sage cover the low country.

67 /100
GMU 7 - Larimer County

GMU 7 - Larimer County

Elevations range from 12,795 feet at the highest point in the southwestern part of the area to 4,921 feet along the eastern edge near Fort Collins. This area covers much of the northern part of the Arapaho/Roosevelt National Forest.

67 /100
GMU 421 - Mesa and Garfield Counties

GMU 421 - Mesa and Garfield Counties

Grand Mesa terrain ranges from high elevation (11,000ft) spruce/fir forests to low elevation (4,800ft) piñon-juniper woodlands.

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GMU 521 - Gunnison and Delta Counties

GMU 521 - Gunnison and Delta Counties

The Grand Mesa is heavily forested and offers a wide variety of terrain: from the spruce, fir and aspen forests up to 11,000 feet, to the piñonjuniper woodlands at about 4,800 feet.

67 /100
GMU 68 - Saguache County

GMU 68 - Saguache County

Vegetation types range from heavy timber to vast areas of grass and low shrubs. The San Luis Valley is a vast 8,000-square-mile area that provides a wide variety of terrain at elevations that range from 7,500 feet to 14,000 feet.

66 /100
GMU 54 - Gunnison County

GMU 54 - Gunnison County

Terrain is varied from sage brush hills to alpine tundra. Be prepared for cold and snowy weather during all seasons.

66 /100
GMU 40 - Mesa County

GMU 40 - Mesa County

This 750 square mile unit consists of a relatively flat summit leading to sloping mesas bisected by deep, rugged canyons. The highest elevation range is approximately 9,800ft.

66 /100
GMU 361 - Eagle and Grand Counties

GMU 361 - Eagle and Grand Counties

Elevation climbs from 6,000ft with sage and piñon to over 14,000ft with alpine vegetation starting at 10,500ft. Vegetation types in this unit are largely determined by elevation and aspect.

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GMU 74 - La Plata and San Juan Counties

GMU 74 - La Plata and San Juan Counties

Elevations range from about 6,000 feet near the New Mexico border to more than 12,000 feet near Silverton. An abundance of vegetation provides good summer range, but winter range is declining because of development.

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GMU 411 - Mesa and Delta Counties

GMU 411 - Mesa and Delta Counties

The Grand Mesa is heavily forested and offers a wide variety of terrain: from the spruce, fir and aspen forests up to 11,000 feet, to the piñonjuniper woodlands at about 4,800 feet.

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GMU 751 - Archuleta, Hinsdale, La Plata, and San Juan Counties

GMU 751 - Archuleta, Hinsdale, La Plata, and San Juan Counties

Elevations range from about 6,500 feet to more than 12,000 feet. Weather can change quickly and be severe.

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GMU 444 - Eagle, Garfield, and Pitkin Counties

GMU 444 - Eagle, Garfield, and Pitkin Counties

This area encompasses the Roaring Fork, Frying Pan and Crystal River drainages. The lower elevations (6500ft) are primarily developed or agricultural. Timberline is around 11,500ft and there are 14,000ft peaks in the Wilderness Areas.

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GMU 42 - Mesa and Garfield Counties

GMU 42 - Mesa and Garfield Counties

Grand Mesa terrain ranges from high elevation (11,000ft) spruce/fir forests to low elevation (4,800ft) piñon-juniper woodlands.

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