Cole Mountain Ranch is a spectacular mountain hunting ranch located 20 miles SE of Salina, Utah via I-70. This Utah ranch is a private inholding, surrounded on three sides by the Fishlake National Forest. The property is bordered on the east by the Johnson Mountain Cooperative Wildlife Management Unit (CWMU) which is famous for its high densities of world-class bulls. The elk and deer habitat here is ideal, with north-facing, gently rolling aspen slopes interspersed with grassy meadows, seeps, and springs. The ranch is chuck full of wildlife- especially elk and deer. Cutthroat, brown, and rainbow trout inhabit Salina Creek which runs along the ranch's northern border for a 1/2 mile. Cole Mountain Ranch is located within the Plateau Fishlake/ Thousand Lakes Elk Unit, which enables the owner to buy spike elk tags over the counter. Bull tags are obtained through a limited entry drawing. Mule deer also thrive on this property, and the landowner receives 4 deer tags annually. Established 4x4 roads and trails traverse most of the land which is uncommon for a mountain property of this size. Many trails connect to the adjacent Fishlake National Forest equestrian trail complex adding to the recreational value of this unique offering.