Overview of GMU 36 Hunting Facts
Planted in Eagle County in the mid-northwestern territory of Colorado, Unit 36 possesses all of the elements that keep hunters coming back every year! First of all, there is a series of rivers and creeks that weave throughout, providing a necessary gathering area for wildlife. The Piney River is the largest water source in Unit 36. Secondly, the elk and antelope tags are OTC and easily obtained. Third, of the approximate 177,000 acres, 84% of the unit is public land, allowing for the multitude of hunters that congregate to this unit every year to have more space to spread out. The hunting pressure is high in this unit, mostly credited to the OTC elk and antelope tags. The proximity of the Cross (Meadow Mountain) Ranger District Office in Minturn allows for hunting information for Colorado Unit 36 to be easily obtainable. For more Colorado Unit 36 hunting information, check out the Info for Cities Near Unit 36 section on the right.