Strap on some comfortable walking shoes and grab some trail mix because the Grand Junction area is a paradise for hikers of all skill levels. Whether you want to take an afternoon stroll to marvel at the Colorado National Monument’s magnificent red rock formations or spend a few days exploring the area’s state and national parks, you’ll find exactly what you’re looking for on the trails around Grand Junction.
If an easy stroll is more your style, don't miss the Riverfront Trail System. Visit the Colorado Riverfront Commission's website to view and download an updated map, www.riverfrontproject.org.
The Trail Through Time in Rabbit Valley offers a mix of the area’s breathtaking natural beauty with a dinosaur quarry where old fossils are being unearthed.
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Kokopelli’s Trail was named after Kokopelli, a magical being recognized by Native American groups of the Colorado Plateau. He’s the curved-back flute player...
In a region known for vast, spectacular national parks, such as Arches and Canyonlands, Colorado National Monument near Grand Junction might seem like the...
Just eight miles northeast of Grand Junction, the Little Book Cliffs Wild Horse Area encompasses more than 36,000 acres of rugged canyons and plateaus. This is...
One of the main geological features of the Grand Valley is the Bookcliffs, a dirt-covered mountain range extending 200 miles, beginning where the Colorado...