Start exploring Grand Junction, Colorado with these helpful articles. Find more information about unforgettable restaurants, outdoor adventures, wine tasting and many other ways to enjoy Colorado's Wine Country.

What's New in 2016/17 at Powderhorn Mountain Resort?Get the ultimate insider's guide to Powderhorn with the new Ski Patrol Ski Along. Ski with a professional Ski Patroller and learn some of the tools...
One of the best ways to explore wineries in the Palisade and Grand Junction area is on two wheels — here’s how to make the most of your tasting tour.Make it a multi-day affair.Since there are more...
The Fruita Fall Festival, celebrated annually the last weekend of September, has been around for over 100 years. The first festival held in 1914 was called the Cowpunchers' Reunion, and featured two...
Things to do in Grand Junction in summer include Colorado River rafting, fishing on the Grand Mesa and boating at James M. Robb-Colorado River State Park.Jet BoatingSatisfy your need for speed on a...
The Bureau of Land Management Ranger of the Year for 2015 works in the Grand Junction Field Office.Grand Junction Field Office BLM Ranger, Frank Stepleton is recognized for his efforts in building...
June 2017 marks the start of the fifth year for Mark Davison to serve as Chief Ranger at the Colorado National Monument; he previously served in that capacity at Scotts Bluff National...
Four-Wheel Driving/Off Road Motorcycling — The public lands surrounding Grand Junction are to be treasured, respected and enjoyed by all. It is our every day for some and a destination...
While many mountain regions are winding down from their winter season and drying out from what is fondly known as mud season, Grand Junction is at peak perfection with warm temperatures and plenty of...
The National Park Service (NPS) has launched a pilot program to sell entrance passes for Colorado National Monument online through the “Your Pass Now” website (www.yourpassnow.com). Visitors to the...